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You might not expect an auditorium full of elementary school students to pay rapt attention to a classical violinist on a sunny spring afternoon, when the playground is calling. But that’s exactly what happened at Children's Aid's Community School P.S. 152.

The Children’s Aid Society is delighted to announce a new partnership with the Lisa Beth Gerstman Foundation, which will allow physically disabled children to attend its Wagon Road Camp in Chappaqua, New York this summer.

In a colorful ceremony full of rich cultural significance, C. Warren Moses, CEO of The Children’s Aid Society, was among 100 people honored by NECO (National Ethnic Coalition of Organizations) with the Ellis Island Medal of Honor on Saturday, May 12.

On Saturday, April 21, a warm sun blazed over the Bronx after days of clouds and a drenching nor’easter. One hundred students from many Children’s Aid locations who gathered there for a conference on global warming pointed repeatedly to the very variable weather we had had this winter as suspicious – is climate change already here?

The Children’s Aid Society Frederick Douglass Panthers traveled to Fairfax, Virginia March 30 – April 1 for an AAU Tournament of Champions and came home victorious.

New York State Governor Eliot Spitzer, Lt. Governor David Paterson and Marian Wright Edelman, founder and president of the Children’s Defense Fund, visited Children’s Aid’s Dunlevy Milbank community center in March to announce a budget proposal that would help expand access to health care for all children.

On Wednesday, January 3, The Children's Aid Society's Assistant Executive Director Patricia Grayson rang the first closing bell of 2007 at the NASDAQ Stock Market. She was joined at the podium by teens and staff from Children's Aid's Hope Leadership Academy and Dunlevy Milbank Center.

Each holiday season, The New York Times publishes daily articles that highlight the travails facing many of the city's neediest children, disabled and elderly. In recent years, this fundraising campaign has raised more than $8 million annually from 12,000 readers. The proceeds are distributed among The Children’s Aid Society and six other participating agencies.