Kid President once said: "You don't need a cape to be a hero. You just need to care."
What many people don't know is that, like many of our Riley kids, he struggles with severe health problems of his own. However, despite his own struggles, he wants to make the world better for others. We see this same drive for life in our Riley kids, who are constantly trying to stay positive, raising awareness and fundraising in order to give back.
Here on the Riley Relations Committee we strive to make Dance Marathon the best experience possible for the kids and families we serve. We are the bridge between Riley Hospital and those who have been impacted by it and want to share their story.