Welcome to Kids' Chance of Pennsylvania
At Kids' Chance of Pennsylvania, we're dedicated to helping our kids who need it most - those who need assistance for college or vocational education because a parent was killed or injured in a work-related accident. Please help us fulfill our mission by donating to our organization or becoming a partner today! To see what difference you can make, read what past scholarship recipients had to say about Kids' Chance.
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Kids' Chance of PA 5/10 K Walk/Run
Kids’ Chance of Pennsylvania is happy to announce that the 2014 5/10K Walk/Run events held in Pittsburgh, Philadelphia and Harrisburg were once again a resounding success in raising funds for the organization and in helping to spread the word about our mission to provide scholarship assistance to children whose parents have suffered a workers’ compensation injury or fatality.
Save the Date!
The 10th Annual Kids’ Chance of Pennsylvania Golf Outing is already accepting registrants.
Thank you, Bruce and the HCA
Bruce Reeher from Arthur Reeher Associates donated his $175 50/50 prize back to Kids Chance of Pennsylvania.
Central PA iDay Scholarship
Each year Central PA iDay presents a scholarship. For 2013, our Scholarship Award went to Kids' Chance. Doug Tierney, a member of the board, received the check. Central PA iDay is a current sophomore partner for KCPA.
Kids’ Chance of Pennsylvania Surpasses $1,000,000 in Scholarship Awards for Children of Pennsylvania Workers
Unique Scholarship Program Targets Students in Need Due to Parents’ Catastrophic Work-Related Circumstances
Pottstown, Pa. (November 1, 2012) – Kids’ Chance of Pennsylvania, Inc. recently announced that with the scholarships it awarded to students for the 2012-2013 academic year, it has surpassed the $1 million mark in total support since its inception in 1997. Kids’ Chance of PA, (www.kidschanceofpa.org), is a non-profit organization which provides scholarship grants for college and vocational education to children of Pennsylvania workers who have been killed or seriously injured in a work-related accident.
This milestone was met after 48 scholarships totaling $145,000 were awarded to students for the 2012-2013 academic year.