Colts Provide Play 60 Grants For Youth Programs

Eight Indiana Non-Profit Organizations Receive Health & Fitness Funding

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For the sixth year, the Indianapolis Colts offered the PLAY 60 Fitness Grant program for local schools and non-profit organizations. Through this initiative, grants of up to $2,000 each were offered to facilitate youth fitness programs and events in the community.

The Colts have selected eight grant recipients to receive funding in support of physical and nutrition-related activities, including fitness programs, outdoor recreation activities and health education programs.

"We are honored to support these programs through the PLAY 60 Grant program," said Kalen Jackson, Owner/Vice Chair for the Indianapolis Colts. Each of these organizations is making an impact in our community and encouraging Hoosiers to live healthy and active lifestyles.

Congratulations to the following 2017 PLAY 60 Grant winners:

  • Community Service Center of Morgan County, Martinsville – Jump In for Healthy Kids
  • Chances and Services for Youth, Inc., Terre Haute – Summer Field Day at Camp RAVE
  • George W. Julian Elementary, Indianapolis – Field Day
  • Hamilton Southeastern High School, Fishers – Fitness/Rehabilitation Station
  • Lewis Cass Jr./Sr. High School, Walton – After School Strength and Conditioning Program
  • Martin Luther King Jr. Community Center, Indianapolis – Youth Recreation Program
  • Seven Oaks Classical School, Ellettsville – After School Sports Extracurricular Program
  • YMCA of Muncie, Muncie – Yoga in the Garden

The PLAY 60 initiative is an NFL-wide effort to encourage youth to participate in at least sixty minutes of physical activity each day. For more information about Colts PLAY 60 programs, please visit www.colts.com/PLAY60.

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