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Kosair Charities: Who we are
Since 1923, Kosair Charities has helped children reach their potential while overcoming their obstacles. By advancing healthcare, research, education, social services, and child advocacy, our focus is on what children need to succeed.
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Thanks to KECC supporters like you, Kosair Kid, Itzzy (Itzel) received hearing aids and other medical care through the Kosair Kids® Financial Assistance Program. She now has the resources she needs to help with her auditory processing disorder. Her test scores are up 50% and her comprehension has significantly improved. Your KECC gift helped provide Itzzy with everything she needed to reach her full potential. Thank you for making a difference for Itzzy and thousands of other children in Kentucky!
Learn more about how you make a difference for Kosair Kids by checking out our:
2020 Impact Report:
Non-profit grant partners:
Kosair Kids Stories:
Your workplace gift to the Kosair Kids® Financial Assistance Program will directly impact the affordability and accessibility of healthcare for kids across Kentucky and Southern Indiana. Pledge your support now via payroll deduction in your Employee Self Service (ESS) portal.
$3 per paycheck covers one session of occupational, physical, or speech therapy for a child with special needs.
$6 per paycheck provides a t-stool cushion and a move-and-sit disc for kids with autism; allowing them to work on their balance and focus.
$10 per paycheck covers a SPIO vest for children with sensory processing disorder to become calm in therapy and everyday life.
$15 per paycheck covers auditory evaluations for children that are experiencing hearing loss or hearing impairment.
$25 per paycheck covers the cost of converting a child’s current wheelchair to one that will expand and it the child as they grow.
$50 per paycheck covers the cost of a therapy tricycle for a child with special needs.
Kosair Charities Committee, Inc.
EIN: 60-0514703—Protects the health and well-being of children in KY and Southern IN by providing financial support for pediatric health care, medical research, education and child advocacy services.