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Ashley Dean: Doing the Most Good

At The Child Center of NY, we simply wouldn’t be able to provide the same level of service were it not for the generous support of donors at all giving levels.  Part of the challenge we — and all non-profit organizations — face is how to engage and maintain engagement with millennials, who often feel removed from the tangible results their philanthropic efforts might yield.  Younger people may give less money, perhaps because the amount they can spare is a proportionately greater share of their assets and income.  But they give thoughtfully and strategically, and their gifts make a big difference.

Ashley Dean, an audit associate with KPMG’s Asset Management division, is only 25 years old. But having grown up in a poor, “socially oriented” family, she already knows the intrinsic value of giving back. Continue reading

Supporter Spotlight: Katie Brennan

When Katie Brennan was first introduced to The Child Center of NY, it was a particularly difficult moment in her life. Her second child had just been born and had to go back in the hospital with an illness, her first was still young, and like any mother at least occasionally does, she was grappling with some stress. Continue reading


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