TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - Wabash Valley students show their support for Riley Hospital for Children.
Students at Indiana State University teamed up with IHOP in Terre Haute.
On Wednesday, they held a fundraiser for the hospital.
20 percent of all checks went right back to Riley Hospital.
Organizers say one their main goals is raising awareness for everything the hospital does.
They also say the hospital depends on your donations.
Students chose to hold the fundraiser in conjunction with Giving Week.
It's the week many decided to give back after all of the holiday shopping.
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