Peyton Manning Children's Hospital at St. Vincent
   
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Hosting a fundraiser for Peyton Manning Children's Hospital is an easy and fun way way to support and encourage the patients in the hospital. These spotlights provide a sampling of the amazing individuals, groups and businesses that give back to Peyton Manning Children's Hospital every day!   
       
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5K Family Fun Run

Since they were born Ellie (age 8) and Lilly (age 6) Cooley have been patients at Peyton Manning Children's Hospital. In appreciation of the care they receive, their family organizes an annual race as a way to give back to the hospital. This year marked the fifth year for the Family Fun Run, with over 250 participants and $12,000 raised for the St. Vincent House! The 2017 event will be Saturday, April 22 at Butler University. You can register for the Family Fun Run here!

       
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Touchdown for Kids Golf Outing

Touchdowns for Kids is a young professionals group focused on fundraising for Peyton Manning Children's Hospital through an annual golf outing, and also planning special parties for patients in the hospital. Founded in 2008, they have raised over $160,000 for the kids in the hospital. 2017's outing will take place in June or July at Prairie View Golf Club. For more information about Touchdown for Kids , visit give.stvincent.org/tfk.

       
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Toy Ride

The goal of the Harley Owners Group (HOG) Indianapolis Chapter No. 1 is simple - to ride and to have fun. They have taken their fun to a new level and have dedicated themselves to giving back to the community. Begining in 2014, the HOG Indianapolis Chapter No. 1 has organized an annual Toy Ride for Peyton Manning Children's Hospital. This past year, they raised nearly $12,000 and collected over 2,800 new toys from their members and local businesses.

       
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Prairie Trace Elementary School

Giving back to the community is something that Prairie Trace Elementary School teaches kids at a young age. Through different initiative this year, the students collected toys for kids in the hospital through their Jingle Jog, and also $1,800 through a sucker sale. The funds raised by the students were used to purchase a new wagon to help make the walk around the hospital a little easier and more fun for patients, as well as iPads to be used by the Child Life team with patients.


To see a list of upcoming events that benefit Peyton Manning Children's Hospital please visit our Upcoming Events page here.