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Kicking the Stigma: Find Your Anchor Event
As a part of Mental Awareness Month, the Irsay Family along with Indianapolis Colts players and staff took part in a Find Your Anchor Boxing Event. As a part of the event, the team boxed 300 care boxes for the grassroots movement charity aimed at suicide prevention, awareness and education. To learn more about Find Your Anchor, visit, findyouranchor.us.
Kicking the Stigma: Media Preview of Kurt Cobain's Iconic Guitar
The Jim Irsay family and the Indianapolis Colts kicked off Mental Health Awareness Month in May by welcoming Julien's Auctions, the world-record breaking auction house to the stars, to Indianapolis with Kurt Cobain's iconic Fender guitar used in Nirvana's cultural defining Smells Like Teen Spirit music video.
Makers Of Moments | Top Community Event Shots of 2021
The Indianapolis Colts' mission is to entertain, inspire and unite by winning the right way. Our team is committed to improving the lives of our fellow Hoosiers by building a healthy, inclusive and compassionate community through meaningful outreach, projects and partnerships.
Kwity Paye & Omar Rashan Team Up For 2021 My Cause, My Cleats
Indianapolis Colts rookie defensive end Kwity Paye teams up with local artist Omar Rashan to create his My Cause, My Cleats shoes in support of TUFF (The Uniform Funding Foundation) to help provide uniforms to underserved youth football teams.
Community Tuesday's: Colts Uniform Blitz
The Indianapolis Colts participated in the Colts Uniform Blitz to provide students in temporary housing or shelters, experiencing economic hardship or a similar situation a school uniform package to eliminate clothing as a barrier in getting to school and staying in school.
Bleed Blue Blood Drive 2020
The Indianapolis Colts and Versiti Blood Center of Indiana hosted the 21st Annual Bleed Blue Blood Drive at Lucas Oil Stadium on Saturday. All donors received a limited-edition souvenir football featuring Colts cornerback Kenny Moore II and had the opportunity to take a photo on the field.