Colts Cheerleaders traded in their gameday uniforms for ball gowns and tiaras as they transformed into princesses for a day to deliver cheer to patients at Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health.
The Colts visited Riley Hospial for Children to sing carols and deliver some holiday cheer to young patients and their families.
The Colts and Indiana Blood Center hosted the 17th Annual Bleed Blue Blood Drive and Holiday Fest at Lucas Oil Stadium on Saturday, December 17.
With the support of Meijer and Penske Racing, 40 underserved youth have the opportunity to Shop With A Colt to purchase toys, clothes and other items needed around holiday time.
The Colts DE Kendall Langford and several of his teammates joined forces with more than 80 volunteers from LIDS Sports Group and Genesco, Inc. to set up a shoe store at Hawthorne Elementary School.
During Week 13 games, players will have the opportunity to showcase their chosen charitable cause on their game cleats.
This Thanksgiving, members of the Colts defense hosted Thanksgiving meal giveaways passing out roughly 400 turkey dinners to families in need.
The Colts, US Foods, Lucas Oil Products, Meijer and Citizens Energy Group teamed up to distribute a turkey and all of the fixin's to 2,000 local families in-need.
On November 15, the Colts partnered with Meijer and Sheltering Wings to give women and children in need an opportunity to get a head start on their holiday shopping.
Students from Indianapolis Metropolitan High School decorated footballs and delivered them to patients at Richard L. Roudebush VA Medical Center in Indianapolis. Presented by Goodwill Industries of Central Indiana
The Colts partnered with Million Meal Movement to fight hunger through the sixth annual Million Meal Marathon event at Lucas Oil Stadium. Colts players, cheerleaders, area companies and students joined together to pack meals.
Photos from the Indianapolis Colts Big Blue Football Camp at West Clay Elementary in Carmel, IN
Matt Overton filled in for CBS4 Anchor Debby Knox as parted of the NFL's Crucial Catch Day. The NFL partnered with the American Cancer Society to focus on the importance of regular breast cancer screenings.
Each year,the Indianapolis Colts partner with local elementary schools to present Colts Day in Schools, sponsored by Vincennes University.
The Colts partnered with the United Way of Central Indiana and Indiana Wesleyan University to renovate an exercise room at a Finish Line Boys & Girls Club in Indianapolis.
Photos from the Indianapolis Colts Big Blue Football Camp at Clay City Elementary in Clay City, IN
Riley Children's Health & the Colts announce a statewide initiative to reduce infant deaths. The two organizations will team up in new effort aimed at reducing infant mortality and educating parents on safe sleep.
On Tuesday, October 11, the Colts visited the IU Health Simon Cancer Center. Colts players, Cheerleaders and Blue met and greet approximately 50 patients in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
For the seventh consecutive year, the Indianapolis Colts will turn Indianapolis' downtown canal pink in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Photos from the Indianapolis Colts Big Blue Football Camp at Blue Academy in Indianapolis