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Testimony: Oversight: DYCD Programs (SYEP, COMPASS NYC & SONYC)

CCC is grateful for the City Council’s longstanding commitment to youth services.  The Council has been a steadfast ally and partner to protect and expand the programs that provide youth with positive social, academic, and career-development supports t …

Summer Camp Restoration Helped Thousands of Middle School Children, But Abbreviated Timeline of the Partial Restoration Left Thousands of Children Without Camp

CFY 2019 Funding was for One Year Only—So Thousands of Children, Families and Providers Will Face This Cut Again and Districts Set to Lose the Most Summer Programs Have High Rates of Child Poverty Despite the well-known fact that summer camp programmin …

Every student deserves an after-school and summer program

CCC and the Campaign for Children have released the second PSA in our “In Their Own Voices” series. The new video, Every NYC Student Deserves an After-school and Summer Program, highlights the importance of summer and after-school programs in the lives …

Council Members, Providers and Advocates Rally at City Hall to Save Summer Programs for Over 34,000 Children — Again

For Immediate Release Contact: Elysia Murphy, (212) 673-1800 x18, emurphy@cccnewyork.org   Council Members, Providers and Advocates Rally at City Hall to Save Summer Programs for Over 34,000 Children — Again City Council Poised to Question the de …

Hundreds of Children, Youth, Providers and Advocates Return to City Hall To Save Summer Programs for Over 34,000 Children Again

For Immediate Release Contact: Elysia Murphy, (212) 673-1800 x18, emurphy@cccnewyork.org Mayor’s Preliminary Budget Cuts Summer Camp for Over 34,000 Middle School Students Again  New York, NY:  Despite the one-year reprieve last summer, the de Blasio A …

Maps: The City FY 2019 Budget Proposes To Cut Summer Programming For 34,000+ Middle School Children Throughout New York City

Since the summer of 2015, the Campaign for Children, parents, youth, providers, and have had to advocate annually to maintain summer programming at the now over 34,000 middle school after-school slots created by the de Blasio administration.  In prior …

CCC Testimony: New York City Council Finance and Youth Services Committees Regarding the Fiscal Year 2018 Preliminary Budget

CCC testified at the New York City Council Finance and Youth Services Committees hearing on March 6, 2017 regarding the Fiscal Year 2018 Preliminary Budget. The Preliminary Budget includes three important proposals to strengthen youth services: 1) Add …

CCC Testimony: Oversight: Summer Programs for Elementary and Middle School Students

CCC testified before the New York City Council Youth Services Committee on April 19, 2016 regarding summer programs for elementary and middle school students. While CCC continues to applaud the administration for its successful expansion of middle scho …

HELP us FIGHT Cuts to Summer Programs for Nearly 31,000 Middle School Students

Yesterday, CCC stood on the steps of City Hall with City Council Youth Services Chair Eugene and our partners in the Campaign for Children to object to the Administration’s plan to cut summer programs for nearly 31,000 middle school students.  Watch NY …

Maps: The City FY 2017 Budget Proposes to Cut Summer Programming for 31,000 Middle School Children throughout New York City

CCC is very disappointed that the Preliminary Budget failed to include $20.35 million to enable nearly 31,000 middle school students to attend summer programs this year. Summer programs prevent summer learning loss, while enabling parents to work knowi …

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