Community

Colts Community Tuesdays

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.


Past Community Tuesdays

  • A Hope to Dream

    (1:47) Posted Jun 17, 2015

    Indianapolis Colts Tight End Dwayne Allen and Ashley Furniture HomeStores donate 100 beds to kids in need.

  • A Graduation Party to remember

    (1:48) Posted Jun 17, 2015

    The Indianapolis Colts teamed up with the Indiana Department of Child Services to recognize six foster students by giving them a graduation party at the Indiana Farm Bureau Football Center. Colts Community Spokesman Josh Bleill also spoke with the students.

  • Colts Rookies - Play 60 Event

    (2:28) Posted Jun 17, 2015

    Colts Rookies enjoy an afternoon of football and fun with kids from local Boys & Girls Clubs from the Indianapolis area at the Indiana Farm Bureau Football Center.

  • World Blood Donor Day with Colts, I.B.C.

    (1:10) Posted Jun 15, 2015

    The Colts along with Riley Hospital, the Indiana Pacers, and the Indiana Blood Center celebrated World Blood Donor Day downtown by unveiling 3 new mobile blood units.

  • Blue Ladies Enjoy Blue Evening

    (1:59) Posted Jun 8, 2015

    The Blue Ladies held their Fifth Annual Blue Evening with special guests Pat McAfee and Jim Irsay, at the Indiana Farm Bureau Football Center.