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Children’s Aid Benefits from 103rd New York Times Neediest Cases Fundraising Campaign

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The Children’s Aid Society is proud to be one of seven New York City charities that benefit from the Neediest Cases Fund, the annual campaign begun in 1911 by the publisher of the New York Times. Every year since then, the Fund has provided relief for emergency needs, including food, clothing, rent and utilities.

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MSG Classroom: Where Teamwork isn’t just a Concept

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CAS and Phipps Neighborhoods Announce $1MM Grant from JPMorgan Chase

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Mon, 2014-05-05

New York, NY - Phipps Neighborhoods and The Children’s Aid Society today joined forces to announce a $1,000,000 expansion grant from JPMorgan Chase to support their cradle-through-career collective impact initiative in the South Bronx.

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Fostering Youth Success Alliance

The mission of the alliance is to improve the socioeconomic, health, housing, and educational outcomes and foster a successful transition to independence for youth in care and aging out of care in NYS through collaborative efforts, effective advocacy strategies, and youth empowerment. The alliance’s steering committee is comprised of concerned stakeholders committed to advocating for policy changes, programs and services for youth in care and youth aging out of care in New York.

Fostering Youth Success Alliance

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All children need a lot of things

A trip to the dentist, homework help, a good place to go after school...They need these things when they need them, not when their families can afford them. If basic needs go unmet, children could miss out on good health, success in school and something just as important: the chance to be a kid.

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