Riverview Health Foundation Receives $500K for Expansion

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Riverview Health Foundation has received a gift of $500,000 from Dave and Jackie Cox, Courtney Cole, and Darren and Monica Peck to support the expansion of the Infusion Center at Riverview Health in Noblesville. The foundation says the center will feature private rooms and an open floor plan with windows and natural light.

The Cox, Cole and Peck families have maintained a longtime history with Riverview Health. Jackie Cox was executive director of the Foundation from 1988-1997, Dave Cox served on the Foundation Board and as Chair in 2011-2012, Monica Peck was a member of the Foundation Philanthropy Council and Courtney Cole has been a patient and continued advocate for Riverview Health and the Foundation. 

“We are so grateful for the generous support of Dave and Jackie Cox, Courtney Cole, and Darren and Monica Peck for this important and impactful project,” said Megan Wiles, executive director of Riverview Health Foundation in a news release. “We have several other families, along with the Riverview Health Auxiliary, who have already made naming gifts for this project, but the Cox, Cole and Peck families’ gift is our significant lead gift and it’s so appropriate given their history and connection to Riverview Health as well as to our community.” 

Construction is slated for completion later this year.

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