INDIANAPOLIS – Many Colts fans will find themselves cleaning out their closets during the holiday season. At this Sunday's game against the Tennessee Titans, the Colts and Goodwill are teaming up to make it easy for fans to get rid of new or gently used clothing items that they no longer need, while supporting Goodwill's employment and educational services.
On Sunday, December 18, the Indianapolis Colts and Goodwill will team up to host a clothing drive to benefit Goodwill Industries. From 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. volunteers from Goodwill will collect new and gently used clothing at the Colts Community Collection Stations, presented by Toyota, outside each of the Lucas Oil Stadium gates. All donated clothing will be sold in central Indiana Goodwill stores to help financially support Goodwill's employment and educational services in central Indiana. Fans who donate clothing at the game will receive a Colts poster, while supplies last.
Fans are encouraged to show their support for the Colts and the community by bringing new or gently used clothing to the Goodwill collection. Cash donations will also be accepted.
About Goodwill Industries of Central Indiana
Goodwill Industries is a social enterprise that offers opportunities, provides services, and leverages its resources with those of others to improve the education, skills, employability, and economic self-sufficiency of adults and the future employability of young people. Goodwill Industries of Central Indiana serves 29 counties within approximately a 70-mile radius around Indianapolis. For more information about Goodwill Industries of Central Indiana, visit www.goodwillindy.org.