I had the pleasure of treating a young man named Joseph Maley for many years. Joseph had cerebral palsy and was later diagnosed with leukemia. He always brought a smile to everyone he met and while he passed away in 2008, his spirit will always remain with us. To honor his memory, the Joseph Maley Foundation (JMF) was founded to “serve children with all abilities.” It is a wonderful organization that grows stronger each year, and in 2014 it had served more than 4000 children. I am proud to have been a part of Joseph’s life and enthusiastically support the work of the JMF.
Dr. Sanders and his family and staff are proud supporters of Give Kids the World. During our yearly Halloween candy buyback, Give Kids the world benefitted from our candy donation.
The office staff and Dr. Sanders volunteer at the village in Kissimmee, Florida, “Where Happiness Inspires Hope.”
|The Indiana Hemophilia and Thrombosis Center (IHTC) proudly serves infants, children and adults with bleeding disorders. Providing comprehensive dental care can be stressful to any patient, however it is particularly challenging to those patients with bleeding disorders. Partnering with the team of physicians, nutritionists, therapists, nurses and hygienists at IHTC has been part of my strong commitment to the community. It is my hope that we provide the greatly needed services to those patients with bleeding disorders while bringing to the forefront the daily struggles these patients face.|
|Riley Children’s Foundation has been consistently named one of the best children’s hospitals in the nation. The hospital has been an integral part of my career as a teacher at Indiana University. I support the work of the Riley Foundation because of their dedication to pediatric research and their involvement in the community. Riley Children’s Foundation makes a difference by providing comfort and care to the children of Indiana.|