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  • Seventh Annual Colts Habitat Panel Build

    (2:35) Posted Jun 9, 2017

    The Indianapolis Colts sponsored the seventh annual Habitat for Humanity Panel Build with Greater Indy Habitat for Humanity. The Colts, in partnership with STANLEY Security, provided a local family a “fresh start” towards a better life as first-time homeowners and constructed a two-story home for the first time. Indianapolis Colts coaches, STANLEY Security Leadership, and volunteers from each organization worked alongside the Habitat homeowner to construct the interior and exterior walls of their future home in the parking lot of the Indiana Farm Bureau Football Center.

  • 2016 Community Highlights

    Posted May 1, 2017

    A look back at how the Colts were involved in the community throughout the 2016 season.

  • Colts And NFL Host HS Champs To Talk Future

    (1:43) Posted Mar 4, 2017

    The National Football League and the Indianapolis Colts team up to host players and coaches from the 2016 IHSAA football championship schools, which are: Linton-Stockton, Cardinal Ritter, Concordia, Roncalli and Westfield. The players participated in college preparatory and professional career seminars to better prepare them for the future. After they absorbed the information, the group took a trip to Lucas Oil Stadium and the Indiana Convention Center to experience the NFL Combine like never before.

  • Faegre Baker Daniels And Blue Make Reading Fun

    (1:34) Posted Mar 1, 2017

    The Indianapolis Colts, mascot Blue and Faegre Baker Daniels celebrate Read Across America with visits to local elementary schools. Guest speakers read excerpts from Blue's book "Blue's Road Trip through Indiana" while the team's mascot incorporates slap-stick humor to help students learn that reading is fun.

  • Colts D-Linemen Surprise Foster Teens With Gifts

    (1:27) Posted Dec 21, 2016

    The Indianapolis Colts defensive line, joined by coach Gary Emanuel, surprise 10 teenage foster kids with presents during a tour of the team's facility. The Colts also give each one two tickets to the team's upcoming home game against the Jacksonville Jaguars.

  • Colts Host Bleed Blue Blood Drive And Holiday Fest

    (1:38) Posted Dec 19, 2016

    The Indianapolis Colts host their annual "Bleed Blue Blood Drive" event that is the largest in the state. In addition to receiving over 1,500 donations, the team also offered a free day of holiday activities. Fans of all ages had a chance to meet players, cheerleaders and enjoy a complimentary viewing of holiday movies on the big screens of Lucas Oil Stadium.

  • Colts And Meijer Host Annual "Shop With A Colt"

    (1:39) Posted Dec 14, 2016

    The Indianapolis Colts partner with Meijer Superstores to give 40 children from Big Brothers and Big Sisters a chance to buy holiday gifts for their families. Each participant received a $200 gift card to spend on themselves and loved ones, while also receiving an additional $20 to spend on a toy for charity. The presents chosen by the kids were donated to the "Toys for Tots" program.

  • Colts and LIDS Give 500 Kids Warm Shoes and Hats

    (1:16) Posted Dec 7, 2016

    The Indianapolis Colts team up with LIDS Sports Group to hold the 12th annual "Cold Feet, Warm Shoes and Hats" event at Hawthorne Elementary School. Colts defensive end Kendall Langford, his teammates, cheerleaders, mascot Blue and over 80 volunteers from LIDS and parent company Genesco, Inc. helped fit around 500 children with new shoes and a warm hat for the holiday season.

  • Doggonit! Colts Visit Indy Humane Society

    (2:25) Posted Nov 29, 2016

    Several Colts players and staff members spent their Tuesday morning visiting some of their four-legged fans at the Indianapolis Humane Society and learning more about the services they provide for animals in need.

  • Erik Walden and Colts DBs Each Host Turkey Handout

    (1:35) Posted Nov 23, 2016

    FedEx and Colts linebacker Erik Walden team-up to distribute 300 Thanksgiving meals to Indianapolis families at Chase Near Eastside Legacy Community Center. At the same time, Colts defensive backs Darius Butler, Mike Adams and Vontae Davis hosted their own Thanksgiving meal giveaway a few miles away to help even more families in need. Davis and his teammates also went door-to-door handing out turkeys to homes on the east side of town.