Events and Announcements

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.

New York City Council Member Ydanis Rodriguez Talks About the Importance of Early Childhood Education

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Richard Buery, Children's Aid President and CEO, Addresses the New York State Budget Agreement

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The New York State Legislature and the Governor reached an agreement late Wednesday night on the Fiscal Year 11-12 budget, where a $10 billion shortfall was closed by spending cuts in education and health and human services. Most of these cuts will have a profoundly negative effect on New York's most vulnerable citizens.

Richard Buery, Children's Aid President and CEO, Responds to the Recent Indictment of Two Former ACS Staff

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New York Jets Star Santonio Holmes Visits Children's Aid Center

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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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