Last Chance to Give: #GiveHope with Andrew Luck before the New Year

Thursday, December 31 is the last day to make your Gift of Hope to Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health through The Gift of Hope Happens Here year-end giving campaign. This year, Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck is serving as the Giving Ambassador for the campaign—and asks you to join him in making a year-end gift to Riley.

Your gifts help Riley kids like Sawyer Kelly. She was born with hypoplastic left heart syndrome—which essentially means she had half of a heart. The medical team at Riley Hospital saved her life many times through multiple open-heart surgeries, ventilators, ECMO life support, and, ultimately, a successful heart transplant when she was just 9 months old. Today, Sawyer and her “hero heart” are doing great. As Sawyer’s mother Samantha says, “We are so grateful to everyone who considers spreading a little hope, joy and love to Riley families.”

Please make a gift of hope before midnight on December 31 to help Riley Hospital give children like Sawyer bright futures.
By making a final, tax-deductible gift for 2015, you are making a direct impact on Riley Hospital’s world-class family-centered care, its cutting-edge pediatric research and the new Riley Maternity and Newborn Health program.

The Gift of Hope Happens Here campaign, supported statewide by Fifth Third Bank and Indiana Blood Center, raises funds and provides hope to thousands of families seeking help for seriously ill and injured children – care that only Riley Hospital can provide. You can #GiveHope to Riley Hospital through donations at RileyKids.org.

About Riley Children’s Foundation
Riley Children’s Foundation supports Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health, Camp Riley and the James Whitcomb Riley Museum Home. As Indiana’s only comprehensive hospital dedicated exclusively to the care of children, Riley Hospital has provided compassionate care, support and comfort to children and their families since 1924. Each year children from all 92 Indiana counties turn to Riley Hospital and its regional clinics throughout the state more than 300,000 times. Riley Hospital’s partnership with Indiana University Health and its strong affiliation with the Indiana University School of Medicine make Riley Hospital the leader in pediatric care in the state and the region. For more information, visit RileyKids.org.

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