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Children’s Aid Society

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New Brighton »

Mayor Bill de Blasio added $11 million in the budget to buy the last piece of land to turn into a park.

Kips Bay »

"Host Homes" will help the agency move older children out of its troubled Kips Bay Children's Center.

East Harlem »

A Harlem swimming program is working to create the next round of Olympic champions.

Bed-Stuy »

The Brooklyn Emerging Leaders Academy Charter High School would help empower young women, founders say.

Morrisania »

The partnership is called South Bronx Rising Together.

New Brighton »

The city paid $14.5 million to add 11.5 acres of land for the New Brighton park.

Civic Center »

Richard Buery, of the Children's Aid Society, will oversee the city's UPK efforts as a deputy mayor.

Upper East Side »

The children's center has to move from its East 88th Street home by the end of June.

Yorkville »

The center is looking for a new location as the Children's Aid Society prepares to sell the building.

Claremont Village »

Bronx Youth Council students surveyed 256 peers about bullying, street violence and police relations.

Washington Heights »

Uptown advocates said drastic budget cuts to after school and childcare programs are devestating. 

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

The Children's Aid Society's popular nursery school on Sullivan Street will end classes in June.

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

The New Acting Company's take on "Jack and the Beanstalk" uses a theater for sale instead of a cow.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Madison Avenue stores donated 20 percent of proceeds Sunday to Children's Aid Society

Harlem »

A group of young people spent a year developing seven points that need to be addressed to stop violence among their peers.