here at the Foundation's website.
I am thankful that Indiana children (and children from all over the world, actually) have such a fantastic hospital, and thankful that all Hoosiers can easily help Riley by tossing their change into Speedway buckets, dancing in marathons or buying a Riley license plate for their car. None of our kids or grandchildren have needed Riley services, but I am so thankful that if they do, Riley is there.
PS Bonus thanks -- I got to say hi to Anne Ryder in the bathroom, and told her she did a lovely job as the MC. Anne did the very last filmed interview with Mother Teresa before she died, and I've always been a fan. She had closed her remarks at the luncheon with something she learned from Mother Teresa: "It's not how much you do that matters, it's with how much love you do it."