INDIANAPOLIS – The Indianapolis Colts hosted a group of 12 Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health patients and their family members at training camp in Anderson on Sunday, August 10th. During their visit, families had the opportunity to enjoy food and refreshments while watching the Colts practice from reserved seats in the VIP tent.
When practice concluded, patients went down on the field to meet Colts head coach Chuck Pagano. After greeting the families, Coach Pagano and players signed autographs and took photos with each Riley patient. Families also had the opportunity to enjoy Colts City prior to practice, which includes inflatables, games and activities, sponsor booths and more.
The Riley children had a wonderful time and were all smiles as they each left training camp with quite the souvenir, a Colts football signed by their favorite coach and his players.
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 IU Health and its strong affiliation with the Indiana University School of Medicine make Riley Hospital for Children the leader in pediatric care in the state and the region. For more information, visit www.RileyKids.org.
The Colts hosted Riley Hospital patients and their family members at training camp in Anderson this past weekend.