What happens when a child loses a parent to a work-related fatality? How do families cope with a dramatic decrease in income because Mom or Dad cannot return to work due to an injury? In many cases, pursuing higher education seems unattainable. No student should be denied the opportunity to pursue an education due to […]
NCCI has been presenting donations to Kids’ Chance state organizations across the country. NCCI is proud to be a Kids’ Chance of America partner as well as to support the state organizations individually. Illinois State Advisory Forum Featured in this picture are Terri Robinson, NCCI’s State Relations Executive for IL, Jennifer Wright and Lisa Ulrich of Kids’ […]
The first Kids’ Chance chapter was started in Georgia in 1988. Since then, thirty-three states and 3 affiliates have organized Kids’ Chance programs and have collectively awarded over 5,479 educational scholarships and distributed over $14 million in scholarship funds to workers’ families.
Who can Illinois Kids’ Chance help?
- The 18-year old Illinois girl who dreamed of becoming a nurse, legal assistant or cosmetologist, who cannot now attend a vocational/technical school to learn a trade.
- The Illinois high school graduate who wanted to be the first in the family to obtain a college degree and now finds the college doors closed.
- The Illinois college student who began the goal to obtain a college degree but now has no funds to complete the journey.