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“Creative people are curious, flexible, persistent, and independent, with a tremendous spirit of adventure and love of play.”
- Henri Matisse

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“Think left and think right, and think low and think high.
Oh, the thinks you can think up if only you try!”
-Dr. Seuss

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Imagination is more important than knowledge.
-Albert Einstein

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“If you hear a voice within you say,
‘You cannot paint,’
Then by all means, paint,
And that voice will be silenced.”
-Vincent Van Gogh

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… And she said,
'Flowers are red, young man,
Green leaves are green,
There's no need to see flowers any other way,
Than the way they always have been seen.'
But the little boy said,
'There are so many colors in the rainbow,
So many colors in the morning sun,
So many colors in the flowers,
and I see every one.'
- “Flowers are Red”, Harry Chapin

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With Veteran's Day just around the corner, you might want to do something to support the troops. Well, one of the biggest challenges soldiers face during deployment is having limited access to phones. Keep in mind, there are many requirements for communication devices that make it impossible to buy a cell phone for a soldier. But there are other ways you can use your old devices to support U.S. military. Think about it. You might have several older cell phones collecting dust in your home or taking up space in a drawer. Why not put them to good use?

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The Riley Children’s Foundation recently collaborated with Our Culture of Good to promote and celebrate the creativity of the children at the Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health. The resulting microfiber cloths spotlight the inspirational artwork of nine child artists with ties to Riley. In this Riley blog series, we’ll burrow deeper into each artist’s story and how that might inspire their artwork. Here is Layla Cunningham’s story:

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Our Culture of Good recently partnered with the Riley Children’s Foundation to sponsor and celebrate the creativity of the children at the Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health. The resulting microfiber cloths spotlight the inspirational artwork of nine child artists with ties to Riley. In this Riley blog series, we’ll delve deeper into each artist’s story and how that might inspire their artwork. Here is Nina McCrary’s story:

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Our Culture of Good recently partnered with the Riley Children’s Foundation to sponsor and celebrate the creativity of the children at the Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health. The resulting microfiber cloths spotlight the inspirational artwork of nine child artists with ties to Riley. In this Riley blog series, we’ll delve deeper into each artist’s story and how that might inspire their artwork.

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Our Culture of Good recently partnered with the Riley Children’s Foundation to sponsor and celebrate the creativity of the children at the Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health. The resulting microfiber cloths spotlight the inspirational artwork of nine child artists with ties to Riley. In this Riley blog series, we’ll delve deeper into each artist’s story and how that might inspire their artwork.

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“Every child is an artist.
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 artists

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.

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We sat down with TCC’s CEO Scott Moorehead, along with Culture of Good co-founder Ryan McCarty, to discuss the origins of TCC’s backpack giveaway, and what this annual event means to each of them personally.
Editor’s Note: This transcript has been adapted for a better reading experience.

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Child poverty continues to be a growing problem in the U.S. Just how big is the problem? Roughly 22% of all American children are dealing with this very real issue on a daily basis. That equates to over 16 million children who grow up without access to educational and social opportunities that other children might take for granted.

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“Each generation takes the earth as trustees.” – J. Sterling Morton

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There are countless moments every day when school teachers go above and beyond, and we know that these moments often go unnoticed or unrecognized. That’s where our Culture of Good movement steps in; to show our teachers that we see and appreciate what they’re doing and thank them for all that they do for us, our children, and our communities.

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