Events and Announcements

Children's Aid First to Receive 11th Consecutive 4-Star Rating from Charity Navigator

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The Children’s Aid Society is thrilled to be the first organization to earn an 11th consecutive 4-star rating from Charity Navigator! For over 150 years, our organization has worked tirelessly on behalf of New York City’s underserved children and families. At the same time we strive to maintain the fiscal integrity which our donors have come to expect.

Children's Aid Youth and Parents Rally to Save After-School Programs

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By: Keyla Espinal

Children’s Aid Community School Honored with Excellence in School Wellness Award

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By: Stefania Patinella

Children’s Aid Youth Stand Up for After-School Programs, Present Petitions to Council Member Jackson

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Photos and Text by Keyla Espinal

Children's Aid Rallies to Save OST After School Programs

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On Tuesday, May 31st more than 200 youth, parents and after-school staff rallied at The Children’s Aid Society’s Dunlevy Milbank Community Center to save after-school programs for thousands of children across New York City.

Children’s Aid Keeps the Arts Alive!

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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.

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