Events and Announcements

Associates Council Fundraiser Moves Early Childhood Programs FORWARD

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Last week the Associates Council hosted their First Annual Spring Cocktail Party, FORWARD—raising $15,000 that will go directly to The Children’s Aid Society’s Early Childhood Programs, exceeding the event’s goal by 50% and making it a huge success!

2011 Youth Speak Out on Education Conference

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Rhinelander Saturday Program for Deaf Children and Teens Honors Lost Participant

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Children’s Aid Society and Diverse Coalition Demand City Reinstate Funding for After-School Programs

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The Children’s Aid Society, along with representatives from CAMBA, The Educational Alliance, The After-School Corporation, YMCA of Greater New York, United Neighborhood Houses, Good Shepherd Services, UJA-Federation and other advocates, was joined by Council members Lew Fidler and Jumanne D. Williams at a press conference on the steps of City Hall this morning to demand the City reinstate the $23 million proposed reduction in vital after-school programs.

Richard Buery, Children’s Aid Society President and CEO, Addresses Mayor’s Executive Budget

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Community School Honors the Memory of Jobis Ozoria

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2011 Iron Go! Chefs Competition: Teamwork, Healthy Cooking and Fun!

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The Associates Council: Young Professionals Making a Difference for Children's Aid

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Milbank Center Student Shares His Experiences, Speaks out Against Federal Budget Cuts

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Richard Buery, Children's Aid President and CEO, Responds to Calls for ACS Commissioner's Resignation

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The Children’s Aid Society serves tens of thousands of New York City children every day, including more than 4,000 children and families in the child welfare system. Ensuring the safety and well being of our city’s most vulnerable children is difficult work. It requires serious leadership, and I believe that John Mattingly, Commissioner of the Administration for Children’s Services (ACS), has been such a leader.

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