Events and Announcements

Children's Aid Families Speak Out Against Proposed Cuts to Youth Programs

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Children's Aid Celebrates National Social Work Month

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The Herman Rosenberg Digital Experience Center Opens in East Harlem

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Community Schools Celebrate Diversity

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New York Times Neediest Cases Fund and Children's Aid Help Families In Need

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TransCanada Supports Deaf and Hard of Hearing Program

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For youngsters who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing (HOH), it can be especially challenging to develop relationships with their peers and engage in social activities, but the experience of communicating and connecting is an important part of countering feelings of social isolation. It is important for every child to engage in social and recreational activities with peers to help him or her develop a sense of self-worth and belonging.

Celebrate National Black History Month With Your Children

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Children’s Aid Welcomes Kathleen Connelly as Director of Volunteer Services

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Give It Back For Jobs Turns Tax Cuts into Charitable Donations

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The holidays have come and gone leaving little trace of the red wrapping paper or the fresh pine tree scent. The fun and excitement of giving gifts to loved ones might be over, but there is still much to do to help those struggling in a down economy.

Children’s Aid Youth Get Exclusive Look at The Radio City Christmas Spectacular

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Radio City Music Hall

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