The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up.”
– Pablo Picasso
Our Culture of Good works to positively impact the community through every TCC, Verizon Authorized Retailer store across the United States. In one of our largest donations ever, we gifted $1,000,000 to the Riley Children’s Foundation. But our desire to help these kids went beyond signing a check. As a result, we partnered with the Foundation to sponsor and celebrate the creativity of the children at the Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health.
The collaboration between the Riley Foundation and TCC’s Culture of Good produced microfiber cloths. These cloths feature artwork created by children who have successfully defeated their diseases. The gifted Riley children who created these art designs include - Layla Cunningham, Olivia Pierce, Nina McCrary, Dejon Walker, Braden Tamosaitis, BJ Yoho, Max Heffernan, Sophia Collier, and Tomeek Smith. These nine different microfiber cloth designs are available at TCC stores.
Where can you get it?
Every cloth comes packaged with the story of the child who designed that cloth’s artwork. Each 100% microfiber cloth has two sides. The plush side wipes smudges on phones, tablets, glasses, computers, and cameras. The cloth's silky side buffs smudges out. Most importantly, all money from the purchase of these special cloths goes towards supporting the Riley Children’s Foundation.
Fortunately, this means you can go into your local TCC, Verizon Authorized Retailer store and actively support Riley Children’s Hospital. The cloths created by these children retail for $10 each. And you’ll walk out our doors feeling good like you've contributed to helping these children.
We're so excited about these special kids' creativity, the TCC blog will be releasing stories about each Riley child and the artwork they created. Watch the TCC blog for more on the Riley series in the next few months. And be sure to stop by a neighborhood TCC store to choose your own microfiber cloth.