Riley Children's Foundation picks up Purdue development official

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A top university fundraiser has joined the $274 million Riley Children’s Foundation as chief development officer.

Robin Bellinger comes to the foundation from Purdue University, where she was associate vice president of advancement, senior director of development and, in 2009 and 2010, interim vice president of advancement. She was a member of the management team for “The Campaign for Purdue,” which raised $1.7 billion.

The Riley foundation supports Riley Hospital for Children, Camp Riley and the James Whitcomb Riley Museum Home. Last year, the foundation gave nearly $9.5 million to the hospital.


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