Upcoming Events & News

Thank you to everyone who helped make the 2022 MWCEA Ocean City Kids’ Chance Fun Walk & Run a success. A BIG thank you to MWCEA and to all the “Take Your Tern” $100 donors who signed our donation pledge board!

See the photo from the walk/run here!

Chesapeake Employers Insurance hosted their annual Ravenstown event on Oct. 6th to thank its insurance agents and raise donations for Kids’ Chance of Maryland. Highlights included: Current scholarship recipient Arianna Jewell spoke to the attendees, Raven’s player Chuck Clark posed for photos and a silent auction was held.

See all party photos here:
2022 Ravenstown Photos with Chuck Clark
2022 Ravenstown & Kids’ Chance Party Photos

Bowl With the Bench!
Where: Bowlero Bowling
2165 York Road, Timonium, MD 21093
When: Wednesday, March 8th, 2023
6:00-6:30 P.M. Check-in & Socialize
6:30-8:30 P.M. Time to Bowl!

Bowling Fundraiser PDF Flyer

Join the Maryland Workers’ Compensation Commissioners, our “Celebrity Bowlers” for a fun night of competition all for a great cause. Teams representing the defense bar and claimant bar law firms, along with teams from the medical, insurance and business community are forming now!

See bowling photos from 2020 and 2022!

Form your corporate team of 5 bowlers for $500. Individual bowlers cost is $100.
Cost includes bowling rental shoes, party food & non-alcoholic beverages. Cash bar will be available.

Register your team by filling out the registration form here and sending to:
Debbie Liberto, Kids’ Chance of Maryland, Inc.
P.O. Box 20262
Baltimore, MD 21284

Gold Sponsors: NEW
St. Paul & Biddle Medical Associates
John Parkerson, MD MS

Silver Sponsors: NEW
Macht Medical Group
Tarpine, Heller & Pendergrass, LLC

Bronze Sponsor: NEW
Sinai Hospital, A LifeBridge Health Center

Kids' Chance of Maryland Partner and Sponsor Outreach

Learn about our four high-profile annual sponsorship levels.

We reached out to our recent Kids’ Chance student alumna, Josie Grant Sova, who became a nurse, to hear about her life during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Josie Sova, R.N., a Chance to Care for Others