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Colts Pledge Donation to United Way

Posted Sep 13, 2013

Owner and CEO Jim Irsay commits to donate $1.50 for every ticket distributed for Sunday’s game.



INDIANAPOLIS – The Indianapolis Colts will continue their longtime support of United Way of Central Indiana (UWCI) this Sunday, September 15, as Owner and CEO Jim Irsay pledges to donate $1.50 for every ticket distributed for the game. The donation is expected to exceed $94,000.  Sunday’s check presentation will take place on the field during halftime.

Irsay’s pledge is one of several ways the Indianapolis Colts are lending their support to UWCI. Earlier this month, the organizations teamed up to host The Big Kickoff event, marking the start of the Colts regular season and United Way’s annual campaign. In addition, the Colts are donating two (2) Super Bowl XLVII tickets as a grand prize for individuals who donate at least $150 to UWCI’s 2012 campaign or increase their past support by at least $150. Additional information on these incentives and the Colts support of United Way of Central Indiana is available at www.uwci.org/give.

About United Way of Central Indiana
United Way of Central Indiana helps people learn more, earn more and lead safe and healthy lives. United Way gets things done by mobilizing people and community partners in six Central Indiana counties to identify, advance and advocate the best solutions. LIVE UNITED is a call to action for everyone to be part of the change. Visit uwci.org to learn more
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