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

  • 3rd Annual ChuckStrong Gala

    (1:42) Posted Apr 27, 2015

    The 3rd Annual ChuckStrong Gala recently held at the Indiana Farm Bureau Football Center raised money and awareness for cancer research with help from doctors and researchers at IU Health and the IU Simon Cancer Center.

  • Riley Hospital Child Life Zone Grand Opening

    (1:10) Posted Apr 7, 2015

    Quarterback Matt Hasselbeck, former Tight End Dallas Clark and Country Music Star Garth Brooks assist in opening a new play area for Riley Hospital patients.

  • Christmas Caroling at Riley Children's Hospital

    (1:38) Posted Dec 23, 2014

    Colts Players and and Cheerleaders go Caroling to children at the Riley Hospital for Children as part of this week's "Community Tuesday."

  • Shop with a Colt

    (1:28) Posted Dec 18, 2014

    The Colts, Meijer, and Team Penske provide a special holiday shopping trip for underserved youth as part of this week's "Community Tuesday."

  • Pat McAfee Helps Pass Out Books For Youth

    (01:32) Posted Dec 16, 2014

    Pat McAfee joined the Books for Youth team, sponsored by Cargo Services, to distribute Colts backpacks filled with 25 age-appropriate books to 30 Hoosier foster youth.