The Children’s Aid Society. Children’s Aid is among the seven New York charities that benefit from the Times’ annual fundraising campaign; the funds raised are used for emergency assistance of all sorts across the agency.
The Children’s Aid Society and The New York City Bar Justice Center have been collaborating for over a year to bring much needed citizenship and immigration services to children, youth and parents free of charge.
Summer campers at The Children’s Aid Society East Harlem Boys & Girls Club were treated to demonstrations of the “sweet science” when the eight members of the U.S. Olympic Boxing Team visited the center on July 10th.
The history of 307 East 12th Street in Manhattan, built by The Children’s Aid Society in 1892 as the Elizabeth Home for Girls, reveals an interesting slice of the agency’s mission and work in the late 19th century.