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The Iron Go! Chefs competition exemplified the best of Children’s Aid: programmatic innovation, project based learning, youth development, healthy eating and lifestyles, and – of course – fun! Not only was each participant a winner but each team stood out for their delicious culinary creations.

Read the DNAinfo.com article detailing the ongoing efforts of the Children's Aid Society to establish greater trust between undocumented immigrants and the NYPD.

The broadcast explored the history of the proven-effective 25-year old program, jumping off from the Obama administration’s decision to fund an “evidence-based approach” to reducing teen pregnancy.

Richard R. Buery, Jr., Children’s Aid’s new President and CEO, was profiled by The Crisis Magazine in its Fall 2009 issue.

Children’s Aid extends our deepest sympathies to the people of Haiti. Our hearts go out to the children and families struggling to survive in the wake of the devastating earthquake.

ACS wants to eliminate 3,000 preventive service slots currently serving families - jeopardizing the safety of NYC's children. In just one minute you can send a letter to our city leaders, urging them to make child abuse and neglect prevention a priority in NYC.

On Wednesday evening February 24, I had the privilege of attending the opening of our 9th Annual Children’s Art Show at the National Arts Club in Gramercy Park. I was blown away!

This spring marks The Children’s Aid Society’s New Acting Company’s 10th anniversary of staging high quality family theater and providing a creative outlet for children and adults.

Children’s Aid’s Michael Roberts Honored by MSG with Hero Award

Children’s Aid’s 2006 Annual Report, “The Need to Succeed: Teens Chart Their Course,” introduces the agency’s many teen initiatives and their common goal – to help teens achieve the independence they need to develop and gain the skills and knowledge they will need to use that independence successfully. This annual report introduces a dynamic, growing part of Children’s Aid’s innovative programming. You can read this essay and the full report by clicking here.