Children's Aid New York City

Children's Aid Society After School Programs Help Teach and Mentor Kids In Need

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Through the Lens of a George Lucas video... Why Community Schools Work

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"Public education is the foundation of our democracy -- the stepping-stones for our youth to reach their full potential.” – George Lucas

Children's Aid NYC Goes Fresh in NYC!

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Children's Aid Society Community School Student has the "Right Stuff"

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The Children's Aid Society Celebrates 75 years of Family Homemaker Program

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Why an Angry CEO Is the Best CEO

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When I announced my retirement earlier this year, I had one main suggestion for the committee looking for my replacement: Find someone who's "angry."

"Angry?" they said. "What do you mean?"

Promoting Safe and Stable Families: The Children's Aid Society Provides Legal Advocacy Services for Children and Families in Crisis

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Business of Giving: Accountability Is Key

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You know how retailers are battling it out over the few dollars consumers are willing to spend? It’s no different in the nonprofit world. Merely grabbing a donor’s attention isn't enough. We have to make a solid argument for why our cause is the one worthy of your hard-to-part-with dollar.

Keeping Kids on the Right Track The Children's Aid Society's Juvenile Justice Programs

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“Treat people as if they were what they ought to be, and you help them become what they are capable of becoming." – Goethe

Summer Frolic and Theater Camp at Children's Aid Society Philip Coltoff Center

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