Kids' Chance of Michigan

$5,000

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  • Scholarship Description
  • Kids’ Chance of Michigan is dedicated to helping Michigan kids who need it most – those who need assistance for college or vocational education because a parent has been killed or catastrophically injured in a work-related accident. Our mission is to raise funds to provide need-based scholarships to qualifying kids ages 17-22 to pursue their educational dreams at a college, community college, trade or vocational school in Michigan. Applications are accepted year-round. Scholarships are awarded in June or July annually. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Susan Delong
  • 300 E. Long Lake Rd
  • Suite 200
  • Bloomfield Hills, MI 48304-2376
  • admin@kidschanceofmi.org
  • 248-205-2760

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Brad H  on 1/14/2016 8:53:15 AM

I really need that money, I don't really want to work that much, please!

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