Community: Books for Youth - Indians Game
Colts partnered with the Department of Child Services to give out backpacks filled with 25 age-appropriate books to 30 foster children
The Irsay Institute Launch Event
At a kickoff event for the new Irsay Institute, IU President Pamela Whitten joined Kalen Jackson, vice chair and owner of the Indianapolis Colts, and Bernice Pescosolido, Distinguished Professor of Sociology in the IU College of Arts and Sciences and director of the institute, to celebrate the opening. The Irsay Institute, a new research institute at Indiana University in Morrison Hall on the IU Bloomington campus, has formally launched its mission to become a leading national center for addressing the stigma surrounding mental illness and other health issues such as HIV, epilepsy, cancer, dementia and addiction.
Black History Month: Book Fair at Ralph Waldo Emerson School #58
The Indianapolis Colts celebrated Black History Month by hosting a book fair at Ralph Waldo Emerson School #58. Colts team mascot Blue, members of the Colts Cheerleaders, and Colts staff were on hand for individual reading time and to assist kids with "shopping" time where each student had the opportunity to select two books, free of charge.
Fan Appreciation Surprise and Delight: Celebrating our Frontline Heroes
The Colts are honoring frontline heroes during Fan Appreciation week. We celebrate our hometown heroes as we head into our final home game of the season.
Thank You Dream New Year's Trip Album
Owner & CEO Jim Irsay surprised a group of Colts fans with a trip to New York for the team's New Year's Day matchup with the Giants. The trip included air travel on the Irsay private jet, hotel accommodations, meals, ground transportation, and tickets to the game.
Bleed Blue Blood Drive 2022
The Indianapolis Colts and Versiti Blood Center of Indiana hosted the 23rd Annual Bleed Blue Blood Drive and Holiday Fest at Lucas Oil Stadium. This year's event was the largest single-day blood drive in the state and featured games, on-field activities, and a 365-photo booth for families as well as appearances by Colts mascot Blue and the Colts Cheerleaders.
2022 My Cause, My Cleats
My Cause, My Cleats celebrates the positive impact that players make in their communities by providing them with a unique opportunity to highlight the charitable partners that they are passionate about on their cleats. On December 4 at the Dallas Cowboys, 58 members of the Colts organization, including players, interim head coach Jeff Saturday, General Manager Chris Ballard, and the Irsay family will sport custom-designed cleats.
2022 Horseshoe Helpings
The Indianapolis Colts, US Foods, Citizens Energy Group, Hensley Legal Group, Lucas Oil Products, Meijer, and UPS teamed up to distribute Thanksgiving meals to 2,000 Indianapolis families in need. Colts players, Cheerleaders, and local volunteers helped pack and distribute food through both drive-thru and walk-up stations at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Colts Heroes Fashion Show
As a part of CrucialCatch, the Indianapolis Colts joined with A Kid Again Indiana and Ashley HomeStore to host the Colts Heroes Fashion Show, supporting young people battling cancer and life-threatening illnesses. Colts players, Cheerleaders, and team mascot "Blue" were all on hand in costumes to walk the runway alongside more than 20 costumed kids from A Kid Again - a national organization with a mission to foster hope, happiness, and healing for children with life-threatening health conditions and their families.
Community Tuesday: Hispanic Heritage Book Fair
In honor of National Hispanic Heritage Month, the Indianapolis Colts hosted a book fair to provide local students with free books and to stress the importance of education and reading. This year's book fair brought in over 600 books donated to Ernie Pyle Elementary and the day concluded with punter Rigoberto Sanchez reading to and sharing heritage with students at the IPS elementary school.
Colts Unified Flag Classic
Colts hosted the inaugural Unified Flag Classic, a joint event in efforts between the Colts, Special Olympics Indiana, and the Indiana High School Athletic Association, that invited student-athletes with and without disabilities to participate together in flag football games.
Hispanic Heritage Football Camp
The Indianapolis Colts hosted a Hispanic Heritage Football Camp for over 175 students, grades 2-6, at Ernie Pyle Elementary School #90 in Indianapolis. The students took part in an interactive program aimed to introduce kids to the game of football while also teaching non-contact football skills such as catching and throwing.