INDIANAPOLIS – For 35 years, United Way and the National Football League have been working together to help strengthen America's communities. On Sunday, the Colts will do their part by teaming with United Way of Central Indiana to host a collection at the Colts vs. Titans game to benefit the 2008 Community Campaign. From 11 a.m. through halftime, fans can look for volunteers wearing LIVE UNITED t-shirts and carrying donation buckets to drop off their cash donations. Volunteers will be stationed inside Lucas Oil Stadium throughout all of the street level concourses.
United Way of Central Indiana helps improve lives and build stronger communities through their support of innovative, practical and efficient human services programs and partners that address local needs. They assess community conditions and bring together the best resources in Central Indiana in order to provide help where it is needed most. United Way of Central Indiana supports the entire community, providing solutions that address today's needs and reduce tomorrow's.
Fans should also be sure to check out a special United Way/NFL display at Sunday's game. Located in the Chevy Southwest Corner, the display highlights the partnership over the years and features several NFL players, including Colts DB Bob Sanders. To view the United Way video that Sanders is featured in, click here.
To find out how you can live united in Indiana, visit www.uwci.org.