Make a Difference in the life of a child

As a non-profit, your help is critical in making Kids’ Chance of New Jersey a successful organization.

“You have helped me tremendously. I cannot tell you in so many words how I feel. I am just very happy to see that I can afford my education, but without your help I would have had to struggle for the money. Now, I can worry less about money and more about school. I have a caring Mother and Father by my side that helps me out a lot, but they can’t always help financially due to my father’s accident. That is where Kids’ Chance steps in and helps me fulfill my dreams and goals. I am overwhelmed.”

Samuel, Indiana

“I would like to say thank you once again, for you have granted me so many opportunities that I would not have had if it were not for your generous scholarship. Thanks to you I have been able to complete two years of my college education, and make myself, my parents, and my family very proud of my accomplishments.”

Samantha, Pennsylvania

“I am writing to thank you again, for the wonderful scholarship you have given me this year. Fall quarter I made the Dean’s List and I have been accepted in a Psychology major and a Communications major. So, I am working very hard with a dual major, and hopeful this will help when I apply to graduate school. Needless to say, none of this would have been possible without the aid of this scholarship. I can’t express enough how grateful my parents and I are for the scholarship.”

Holly, Washington

“I worked two jobs last year and realized mid-semester that it was too much working 30 hours a week, taking a full load and trying to travel to Indianapolis or Carmel to spend as much time as I could with my father. He didn’t want my grades to suffer so he told me not to come and see him. I didn’t want to because I know after all this that the time I have left with him is very precious. With the money you so generously gave me, I can concentrate on school. It means a lot to me because this is my last year. Hopefully, I can bring my grades up and graduate on the Dean’s List again.”

Jean-Ann, Indiana

“I want to say thank you for awarding me a scholarship. This scholarship is very important to me because I will get one step closer to becoming a psychologist and helping people with emotional issues. My goal is to help them cope with their issues and become better human-beings.”

Brittany, Pennsylvania