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TCC Supports Riley Children’s Hospital

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TCC Supports Riley Children’s Hospital

A few years ago, we wanted to find a way to support Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis, Indiana, so we partnered with them to create screen cleaning cloths. Original artwork was drawn by children at the hospital and printed onto microfiber screen cleaning cloths.

Now, we’re growing the program to make an even bigger impact and are calling it Cloths for Cures. 100% of the proceeds from these cloths will now go toward pediatric research. They help support doctors, like Anthony Firulli, the Director of Cardiac Development Biology, as they find cures.

There’s original artwork on each one of these cloths. Brylee, a Riley patient born with 9 congenital heart defects, created one of the designs. She created art for Cloths for Cures because she hopes that someday kids like her won’t have to spend so much time in the hospital.

You can get these Cloths for Cures in TCC stores across the country now. Help support cures for kids like Brylee! Each cloth costs $10 and all of that money will help fund pediatric research.

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  • ringtonesdump.com 10/22/2019, 00:55:00 AM

    IU student Kelsey Haas skydives with an assist from a staff member of Skydive Indianapolis. Attached to her is a stuffed bear that will be donated to a Riley Hospital patient. Haas and 45 participants in IU’s Dance Marathon were raising money and awareness for this year’s marathon, which supports Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health. (Photo: Skydive Indianapolis)

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