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A Time for Children, the children’s boutique that donates 100% of its profits to The Children’s Aid Society’s youth services, celebrated its first birthday in July.

Randi Weingarten addressed the delegates with a speech that envisioned federal support for community schools!

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.

Some trout found unlikely new habitats during the past school year - five Children’s Aid Society community schools in the Bronx, East Harlem and Washington Heights.

Parents and staff from Children’s Aid’s East Harlem Center’s Head Start program visit Gracie Mansion to celebrate Cinco de Mayo with Mayor Michael Bloomberg.

Twenty-year-old Donnie Malloy’s powerful essays about his experiences in foster care have won him a Grand Prize of $1,000.

The Children's Aid Society’s Senior Chorus won first place in the high school division and then went on to take first place overall at the “Music in the Parks Festival” in Largo, Maryland.