Briefly: Colts Community Tuesdays, presented by WTHR Channel 13, is a season-long outreach program in which players participate in activities every Tuesday.
The Indianapolis Colts are passionate about volunteerism and activate their players and staff each year to support numerous important causes, including literacy, holiday assistance and hunger relief. Presented by WTHR Channel 13, Colts Community Tuesdays occur every Tuesday during the regular season to support the team’s community initiatives. Using their only day off from practice, Colts players take time to give back to various non-profit organizations across Indiana. From school and hospital visits to beautification projects, Colts players, cheerleaders, staff and team mascot Blue take the time to volunteer and share joy with those in need.
The Colts go caroling at Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health.
Defensive Lineman Jamaal Anderson, Blue, and Colts Cheerleaders visit the Indiana School for the Deaf.
Colts players and Blue spread cheer and distribute gifts to the children at Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health.
The Colts and WTHR helped serve a warm meal to the men at Wheeler Mission in downtown Indianapolis.
The Colts and kids from Wendell Phillips Elementary School 63 deliver care packages to veterans at the Roudebush VA Medical Center.