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Kids’ Chance of Georgia Receives NCCI Donation

Cathy Booth, NCCI’s State Relations Executive for Georgia presents Forrest Hale of Kids’ Chance of Georgia with a donation at NCCI’s Georgia State Advisory Forum on November 5, 2014. These forums are designed to promote education and provide a greater understanding of both national and state workers compensation issues. To learn more about Kids’ Chance of […]

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LBF Presents Kids’ Chance Scholarships at Golf Tournament

The Louisiana Bar Foundation (LBF) presented mock checks to two of 18 Kids’ Chance Program scholarship recipients for the 2014-15 school year. The checks were distributed at a golf tournament hosted by Louisiana Workers’ Compensation Corporation (LWCC) at the Country Club of Louisiana in Baton Rouge on Monday, September 22. All proceeds from the tournament were […]

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Kids’ Chance of Arizona Receives NCCI Donation

  Maggie Karpuk, NCCI’s State Relations Executive for Arizona, presents a donation from NCCI to Jeremy Bethancourt of Kids’ Chance of Arizona at the State Advisory Forum on October 16, 2014. These forums are designed to promote education and provide a greater understanding of both national and state workers compensation issues. To learn more about […]

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Kids’ Chance of Mississippi Receives NCCI Donation

  Cathy Booth, NCCI’s State Relations Executive for Mississippi, presents Kids’ Chance of Mississippi with a donation at NCCI’s Mississippi State Advisory Forum on October 14, 2014. Byron Carter of Kids’ Chance of MS and Board Member of Kids’ Chance of America accepted NCCI’s donation and presented about Kids’ Chance to the audience in attendance. […]

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