Videos from Children's Aid
Karina and Nativa are brought together by Children's Aid to talk about the success that can come from having a support system at a young age.
Zorraida Torres explains why she fosters teenagers and the benefits that come with it.
Maria Serrano talks about being raised around a foster family and how it influenced her to become a foster parent in the future.
Krystine Dykes remembers the day she found out about two brothers close to being separated in the foster care system.
Children's Aid takes you inside Wagon Road Camp, a place where children are encouraged to interact and play with others despite cultural background or identity.
Children’s Aid offers a variety of volunteer opportunities at all of their 40+ sites. Whether you are an individual or a group, able to volunteer once or are interested in projects that call for ongoing assistance, all levels of commitment are welcome. Help Children’s Aid provide for children and families with the tools and support they need to fulfill their promise.
Children’s Aid also offers a number of programs that help youth and adults obtain their High School Equivalency diploma. Programs are free and accessible to non-native English speakers. Classes are currently offered in English and Spanish.