Kids’ Chance of California Calls for Scholarship Applicants

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Kids’ Chance of California is seeking new applicants for the 2015-16 school year. For the child of a California worker who was seriously injured or killed on the job, this opportunity could provide critical financial assistance for higher education and open up new possibilities for the future.

Kids’ Chance of California is a non-profit charitable organization whose mission is to provide need-based educational scholarships to the children of California workers who have been fatally or seriously injured on the job. In December 2014, Kids’ Chance of California received WorkCompCentral.com’s Comp Laude™ with honor award of distinction, an award that recognizes integrity, success and achieving meaningful results that impact the entire system of workers’ compensation.

Since 2012, Kids’ Chance of California has provided 11 scholarships for the 2013-14 and 2014-15 school years, helping eight students realize the dream of a college education. The goal is to build on that success and continue to positively impact the lives of young people in California.

Kids’ Chance of California is seeking new applicants for the 2015-16 school year. For the child of a California worker who was seriously injured or killed on the job, this opportunity could provide critical financial assistance for higher education and open up new possibilities for the future. If aware of any potential applicants, please urge them to learn more and apply.

Scholarship Details

  •     Annual scholarship amounts range from $2,500 to $10,000
  •     Applications are being accepted now for the 2015-16 school year
  •     The application and detailed eligibility requirements can be found online at kidschanceca.org/scholarships/
  •     If aware of potential applicants, please encourage them to apply

Contact
To donate, visit Kids’ Chance of California online or mail your tax deductible donation to:
    Kids’ Chance of California, Inc.
    P.O. Box 192052
    San Francisco, CA 94119-2051

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