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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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  • Two Cities, Two Dates, Too Much Fun to Miss!

    2015 Walk/Run logo.It’s time for the 2015 Kids’ Chance of Pennsylvania 5/10K Walk/Runs. These are fun, family-friendly opportunities to support the Kids’ Chance mission.

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  • 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

    Doug Tierney receives a check from Central PA iDayEach 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.

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  • 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, (, 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.

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