Welcome to the Kids' Chance Portal on WorkersCompensation.com
Kids' Chance is the "Designated Charitable Endeavor" for WorkersCompensation.com.
Kids' Chance envisions a time when all children affected by a parent's work related injury or death can pursue their educational dreams without financial burden.
What is Kids Chance?
Kids' Chance of America, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) organization that was created for the
purpose of establishing, assisting and supporting Kids' Chance state organizations throughout the United States that provide
educational opportunities and scholarships for the children of workers
seriously injured or killed on the job.
Their supporters are a unique coalition of groups within the workers'
compensation system, including labor, plaintiff and defense attorneys,
judiciary, insurance industry, medical providers, vendors and other
supportive businesses, which have come together to meet their collective
Promoting the establishment of Kids' Chance organizations in all
states that as of yet do not have existing programs by providing
organizational and monetary start-up assistance
Soliciting financial support and in-kind donations at the national
level and distributing these funds to member organizations for
scholarship use and program development
Increasing public awareness of Kids' Chance and its member
organizations by providing information to foundations and
corporate-giving programs and conducting research and gathering
information to further this purpose
Guiding member organizations on best practices in how to operate a non-profit organization
Providing training, educational programs and other support to member Kids' Chance organizations.
Kids' Chance is working to establish and
grow Kids' Chance organizations throughout the United States, so that
each and every child of a seriously injured or killed worker has access to higher
education and the opportunity to achieve their educational goals.
They believe that by investing in our children's future, we can provide
them with the tools and opportunity to be successful in the workplace,
so that they can make a difference in their own and other people's
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