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Ken Martino, president of Kids' Chance of America, said. "NCCI has been a national partner for many years, often going above and beyond through opportunities like this one. Their commitment enables us to make a difference in the life of a child whose parent was seriously or fatally injured on the job." (Credit: GP PIXSTOCK/Shutterstock) Ken Martino, president of Kids’ Chance of America, said: “NCCI has been a national partner for many years, often going above and beyond through opportunities like this one. Their commitment enables us to make a difference in the life of a child whose parent was seriously or fatally injured on the job.” (Credit: GP PIXSTOCK/Shutterstock)

The National Council on Compensation Insurance (NCCI) has donated $25,000 to students through the Kids’ Chance of America organization, a nonprofit that provides educational opportunities and scholarships for children who have been affected by a parent’s work-related injury or death.

“Kids’ Chance makes a real difference for deserving young people, helping them and their families deal with the challenges of a catastrophic work injury,” Bill Donnell, president and CEO of NCCI, said in a release.

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