Fourteen teens from community schools and centers across The Children's Aid Society visited City Hall on April 30th at the invitation of New York City Deputy Mayor for Education and Community Development Dennis Walcott.
Children’s Aid’s East Harlem Center’s Keystone Club were honored with a total of four awards for their inspiring activities at the Boys & Girls Clubs of America’s National Keystone Conference in Atlanta.
Over 1,000 joyous visitors to the Salomé Ureña de Henríquez Campus in Washington Heights to see performances by students at nine Children’s Aid community schools, designed to co-celebrate African American and Dominican Heritage.
A vocal group of 20 students, parents and staff from four of Children’s Aid’s community schools - Mirabal Sisters Campus and P.S. 8 in Washington Heights and I.S. 98 and C.S. 61 in the Bronx - participated in this year’s After-School Advocacy Day in Albany on February 24th.
Youth at The Children's Aid Society’s community schools and centers across New York City are in the midst of a series of celebrations and community service projects in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s birthday in January and February’s Black History Month.
Mark Bittman, chef, author and New York Times columnist, joined aspiring teen chefs in the South Bronx to prepare a unique tasting experience for a special reception at The Children's Aid Society’s Next Generation Center on February 3rd.
The 22nd annual Miracle on Madison Avenue presented by The Bank of New York Mellon was held on Sunday, December 7, 2008 and drew crowds of festive shoppers to the avenue. Over 100 participating Madison Avenue establishments generously contributed 20% of the day’s sales to The Children’s Aid Society’s health care programs.
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.