When you establish a named fund or make a significant gift to Riley Children’s Foundation, you create a legacy of hope and healing.
This type of leadership-level funding is especially critical right now, since Riley is broadening its reach to provide the state’s highest level of pediatric care to even more children.
Thank you for considering these opportunities to leave your permanent mark on Riley Hospital. We look forward to showing you how your gifts will make a difference for kids at Riley Hospital.
Establishing a named fund at Riley Children’s Foundation gives you the chance to create a meaningful source of support for a Riley program close to your heart. You and others can make additional gifts to these funds at any time.
- Current Use Funds
With a gift of $10,000 or more, you may establish a fund in your name or in the name of a child, caregiver or friend you wish to honor. Your donation is made available immediately to the designated fund director, who may choose to use the funds all at once, or over time.
- Endowment Funds
Your gift of $100,000 or more can be used to establish an endowment, which becomes an asset held in perpetuity by Riley Children’s Foundation. An endowment fund is different from a current use fund in that your gift is not immediately disbursed. Interest generated from your investment creates a steady stream of funding for the program of your choice.
When you make a gift of $100,000 or more to Riley, you have the option of naming a space at Riley Hospital. From patient rooms, to treatment areas to play rooms, Riley has naming opportunities to fit many levels of leadership gifts.
If you are interested in more information about naming a space or setting up a named fund at Riley Hospital, please call Assistant Vice President, Planned Giving and Major Gifts, Jim Williams at (317) 759-6914 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Goodbye Caiden July 18, 2017
Six-month-old Caiden Rogers went home from the hospital for the first time in his life with a singing send-off. Mom Shakiyla Rogers says of Riley, “If we didn’t come here, he wouldn’t have made it.”×
Meet Ava Richards June 6, 2017
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A Magical Night Under the Sea May 18, 2017
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Riley Hospital Autism Hub April 4, 2017
Learn how Riley is working to help increase early diagnosis of autism in Indiana.×
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Simon Skjodt Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health Unit at Riley Hospital February 10, 2017
Thanks to a visionary donor, Riley Hospital has a brand new wing. Here’s a behind-the-scenes look before patients arrived in November 2016.×
2016 Hope Happens Here Luncheon Finale Video December 20, 2016
Watch our 2016 Hope Happens Here Luncheon Finale Video presented by Barnes & Thornburg LLP.×
John Andretti honored as Champion for Children December 20, 2016
Congratulations to John Andretti on receiving the 2016 Dr. Morris Green Champion for Children Award.×
Meet our 2017 Riley Champions December 15, 2016
Each year, several special children who show courage and selfless dedication to others through philanthropic efforts are selected to serve as Riley Champions.×
2016 Hope Happens Here Luncheon Recap November 22, 2016
Watch our recap video from the 2016 Hope Happens Here Luncheon.×
Meet Kyle Thompson November 18, 2016
Riley kid Kyle Thompson's story shows the importance of supporting Maternity and Newborn Care.×