Riley’s Commitment to Donors
Gifts at all levels are needed and deeply appreciated by Riley Children’s Foundation. We respect the privacy of our donors and protect their information.
You have our commitment that your gift will be used as effectively as possible according to your specifications to help the many children who seek Riley services. While unrestricted gifts are most useful in meeting Riley’s needs, you may also designate your gift for Riley Hospital for Children, Camp Riley for Youth with Physical Disabilities or the James Whitcomb Riley Museum Home.
We respect the requests of our donors who choose to remain anonymous. Riley Children’s Foundation is also committed to protecting your personal information. We do not sell or exchange mailing lists including your information.
At Riley Children’s Foundation we adhere to:
- All relevant points within the federal HIPAA law
- The Donor Bill of Rights
- The Association for Healthcare Philanthropy Statement of Professional Standards and Conduct
As a general policy, no personal information is automatically collected from users of this Web site. However, certain non-personal information is recorded by the standard operation of the Riley Children’s Foundation Internet server and/or Internet server provider. Information such as the type of browser being used, your operating system and your domain name is gathered.
Personally identifiable information that may be collected from forms you voluntarily complete is kept confidential and secure.
This site has security measures in place to protect the loss, misuse and alteration of the information under our control. All forms that collect information from you use the SSL (Security Sockets Layer) protocol to provide privacy for the data flowing between your browser and the Riley Children’s Foundation Web site, www.RileyKids.org.
At any time you have the right to contact us with questions or concerns, or to request that you be removed from postal or electronic mailing lists.
In This Section
Riley Chastain November 18, 2015
On March 9, 2015, Riley Marie Chastain became one of fewer than 20 babies ever delivered in a Riley Hospital for Children operating room. She had a 10 percent chance of survival. Her heart surgeon had just minutes to save her life. Riley defied incredible odds and we celebrate the hope you provide to grateful families like hers.×
Bo Meagher November 17, 2015
Bo Meagher is a lover and a fighter. He cuddled with Riley Hospital staff members before ringing the bell to celebrate his completion of treatment for acute myeloid leukemia (AML). You give hope to children like Bo by helping Riley physicians scientists use genetic sequencing to uncover more precise and effective treatments. We celebrate Bo as we watch and reflect on his Riley journey.×
Bob Yenna November 16, 2015
Congratulations to Bob Yenna on receiving the 2015 Dr. Morris Green Champion for Children Award.×
2015 Hope Happens Here Luncheon Finale Video November 13, 2015
2015 Hope Happens Here Luncheon Finale Video presented by Barnes & Thornburg LLP.×
2015 Hope Happens Here Luncheon Recap November 13, 2015
Thank you to everyone who joined us for the 2015 Hope Happens Here Luncheon. We truly appreciate your support and enjoyed celebrating with you.×
2015 The Gift of Hope Happens Here Commercial November 9, 2015
#GiveHope at RileyKids.org this holiday season.×
Thank you IUDM! November 2, 2015
Thank you Indiana University Dance Marathon for 25 years of continuous support!×
Riley Dance Marathon Promo October 8, 2015
Riley Dance Marathon is a student-run organization that supports Riley Hospital for Children through year-round fundraising efforts. The fundraising culminates in a multi-hour event where students are awake and on their feet to honor the kids we serve. The Riley Dance Marathon program is the largest and highest fundraising Dance Marathon program in the country. In the 2014-2015 school year, 76 Riley Dance Marathons raised more than $5.5 million dollars for Riley Hospital.×
Hayden Dietz September 21, 2015
When he was just a few months old, Hayden Dietz, of Fort Wayne, was diagnosed at Riley Hospital for Children with a heart condition called mitral valve regurgitation, which was caused by a congenital heart defect. Hayden has had three open-heart surgeries at Riley, all performed by Riley Pediatric Cardiothoracic Surgeon Mark Turrentine, M.D. Today, Hayden is doing well and continues follow-up appointments with Riley Pediatric Cardiologist Mark Hoyer, M.D. Hayden’s experiences have inspired his family. His grandmother, Valli Dietz, serves on the Northeast Indiana Riley Leadership Committee. Valli and her husband Dave also made a generous gift in support of Riley cardiology research that was combined with a retirement gift from Dave’s employer, Do it Best Hardware. As Valli explains, “If it wasn’t for Riley, Hayden wouldn’t be here.”×
Thank you Jeff Gordon! July 24, 2015
Four-time NASCAR Cup Series champion and five-time Brickyard 400 winner Jeff Gordon continues his support of pediatric cancer research at Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health. On July 23, Gordon announced his 24th gift to Indiana’s only comprehensive and nationally ranked children’s research hospital. Gordon, founder of the Jeff Gordon Children’s Foundation, has now contributed $3.8 million to Riley Hospital for Children.×