Help us as we raise more money to help more kids go to school! We have two Raffles going on from now until December 31, 2017. Ringler donated 4-tickets to a Northwestern Wildcats Basketball game and MedRisk donated a Blackhawks and a Cubs Banners along with Ornaments!
Cubs and Blackhawks, or Wildcats Basketball...Why Choose? Enter to win both prizes and help raise more money for more kids!
The goal of this week is to increase visibility through outreach events and social media campaigns in order to spread the word about Kids’ Chance scholarship opportunities.
There are currently 39 Kids’ Chance state organizations with several others in development. Collectively, Kids’ Chance organizations have awarded over 6,000 scholarships across the country, totaling over $18,000,000. In 2016-2017 alone, we awarded 497 individual scholarships nationally, with an average of $4,400 per student.
We are kicking off Awareness Week 2017 this Friday with a Paint Party!
Awareness Week is one of the best times to do a quick fundraiser to help our IL chapter.
Come join us this Friday at 5:30pm – Event Sign Up
Fox & Hound
4320 E New York St, Aurora, IL 60504
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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 lack of finances.
Thank you to all of our partners who participated in our “Change to Change Kids Lives” campaign in July! Our goal was to raise money and promote awareness within our community by placing banks at different companies and you all agreed to help. Special shout out to our gracious contributors:
Kids' Chance Incorporated Of Illinois
Illinois Kids’ Chance is the state chapter of a national organization that awards college scholarships to kids whose parents have either been killed or seriously injured in work-related accidents.