ISU students jump to help bravest kids in the world


TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) – A group of Indiana State University students decided the best way they could raise money for Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis is to skydive!

Indiana State Dance Marathon participants jumped from 13,000 feet to freefall at 120 miles an hour.

They weren’t alone in the jump.

Strapped in for the ride was a teddy bear.

Once the bears land, they’re declared the bravest bears in the world.

Then, they go to the bravest kids in the world at Riley Hospital, to give the kids courage and support.

This is the first year that ISU Dance Marathon has worked with the Canopies for Kids organization.

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