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
- State Nonprofit Disclosures
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
Meet Rowan Breyts March 19, 2019
A baby dies in Indiana about every 14 hours. Rowan Breyts was not one of them. However, he came dangerously close.×
Riley Leadership Message December 19, 2018
Hear from Riley leadership about supporting Be the Hope NOW: The Campaign for Kids.×
Sheila and Jameson's Story December 19, 2018
Sheila Dolan shares how the donor-funded Riley Maternity and Newborn Health team saved her life, and her son’s life.×
Christian's Research Story December 19, 2018
Learn how Riley research helped save Christian Daugherty's life.×
Be the Hope NOW: The Campaign for Kids December 19, 2018
We have launched a $175 million campaign for Riley Hospital to save kids’ lives through three high-priority programs.×
Kennedy's Story: How Family Support Helps December 19, 2018
Watch the Strayer Family's story about their Riley journey.×
2018 Race for Riley October 8, 2018
Congratulations to Race for Riley on 22 years and nearly $4 million raised for the kids at Riley Hospital.×
Meet Hunter Schermerhorn September 27, 2018
A phone call from Hunter’s school nurse turned a life changing cancer diagnosis for the Schermerhorn family. See how Riley research is helping kids like Hunter and his family find the answers they desperately need.×
Women for Riley 10th Anniversary August 28, 2018
Congratulations to Women for Riley on 10 years of service and the legacy you continue to build.×
Meet Tyler Trent July 16, 2018
Riley patient Tyler Trent has everything going for him, except a cure. Note: Tyler passed away on January 1, 2019. We are so thankful we knew him and were touched by his story.×