- "It's one of my many small contributions to the Good Cause. Healthy bodies, healthy souls, or so one hopes. I pick up barrels of hot soup at the kitchen, and I deliver them hither and thither-- Hill Valley Orphanage, the Saint Francis Xavier Ranch for Unwanted Children, Foggy Mountain Home for the Incurably Insane, Shady Acres Rest Home... oh, I can barely keep track of them all! It's a very big job."
- —Edna Strickland
The Hill Valley Orphanage was an establishment in 1931.
Edna Strickland made regular trips to the Sisters of Mercy Soup Kitchen, where she collected barrels of soup and delivered them to less able people around town. One such location that she delivered to was the Hill Valley Orphanage.
When Cue Ball discussed her activities, he gave delivering to an orphanage as an example, but did not list Hill Valley Orphanage specifically.