Events and Announcements

Papers and Pencils and Pens, Oh My!

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JCPenney Gives Back to After-School Programs at Children's Aid Society

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Teens Talk Education with Children's Aid NYC and the New York City Council, Department of Education

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Children's Aid Announces New CEO

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The Children's Aid Society is excited to announce the appointment of Richard R. Buery, Jr. as our new President and Chief Executive Officer. He will succeed C. Warren "Pete" Moses, who will retire after our annual meeting in October. Buery, 37, will be the organization's first African-American leader.

Taking Time to Honor Academic Achievers and Civic Minded Youth

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New York's Children's Aid Society Teens Speak Out-On Education

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Fourteen teens from community schools and centers across The Children's Aid Society visited City Hall on April 30th

Keeping it Fun: Coach "Hammer" Stevens Teaches Kids Basketball, Integrity and the Value of Education

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Children's Aid Recognized for Its Century of Service to the Greenwich Village Community

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Children's Aid's Philip Coltoff Center received a prestigious Village Award from the Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation for its long service to the community - 117 years and counting!

The neighborhood has evolved over the years, but Children's Aid's commitment to the community has remained the same.

"Wild Thing" play a real theater-going experience at the Children's Aid Society's Philip Coltoff Center

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In the Kitchen Youth Learn about Cooking, Life

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