Hope To Dream 2023
The Indianapolis Colts and Kenny Moore II teamed up with Ashley to host Hope To Dream, an evening event surprising 50 local children in foster care with brand-new beds and beds sets!
The children receiving the beds were identified by Hands of Hope, which is dedicated to supporting families, kids and others involved with the foster care system.
Zaire Franklin 2023 Walter Payton Man of the Year Nominee
Zaire Franklin was named the Indianapolis Colts' 2023 Walter Payton Man of the Year Award nominee.
2023 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 3 at the Tennessee Titans, more than 60 members of the Colts organization, including players, Head Coach Shane Steichen, General Manager Chris Ballard, and the Irsay family will sport custom-designed cleats and footwear.
2023 Horseshoe Helpings
The Indianapolis Colts and US Foods teamed up with Citizens Energy Group, Hensley Legal Group, Lucas Oil Products, Meijer and UPS on to distribute Thanksgiving meals to 2,000 Indianapolis families in need. The 11th annual Horseshoe Helpings featured Colts players, Cheerleaders and local volunteers helping to pack and distribute more than 43,000 pounds of food through both drive-thru and walk-up stations at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Thank you, Shaq
The Colts on Tuesday waived linebacker Shaquille Leonard, three-time first-team AP All-Pro, three-time Pro Bowler and 2018 AP Defensive Rookie of the Year.
Colts attend NFL Flag Football event in Germany 🇩🇪
During their trip to Germany, several Colts players and Colts Cheerleaders took part in an NFL Flag Football event on Friday in Frankfurt.
Community Tuesday: Riley Children's Health Halloween Visit
Colts players, "Blue" and Colts Cheerleaders spent this week's Community Tuesday making Halloween visits to patients at Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis.
Beyond the Sidelines benefiting Kicking The Stigma
The Indianapolis Colts hosted "Beyond the Sidelines," a fundraiser benefiting Kicking the Stigma, an initiative that raises awareness about mental health disorders and removes the stigma often associated with these illnesses.
Community Tuesday: Unified Flag Classic
The Indianapolis Colts hosted the second annual Colts Unified Flag Classic at the Indiana Farm Bureau Football Center.
The "unified sports" concept was first developed by the Special Olympics to provide high school students with and without intellectual disabilities the opportunity to participate together on a team and collectively represent their school in sanctioned activities, providing a quality experience of training and competition in an inclusive environment.
2023 Playground Build
More than 150 volunteers from the Indianapolis Colts and local partners joined together on "Colts Community Tuesday" for the 15th Annual Playground Build to construct a new play space at Lew Wallace Elementary School #107 in Indianapolis.
Community Tuesday: Gleaners Food Bank Volunteer Day
Players spent Tuesday at Gleaners Food Bank, volunteering their time to sort and package food items to serve Indiana families in need.
Kicking The Stigma Colts and Bears joint service project
The Colts participated in a joint service project with the Bears at the Grand Park Events Center. Players and coaches from each team built Kicking The Stigma Kits for elementary-aged children that promote kindness, provide stress-relieving activities, and raise awareness about the importance of being kind and wrote thank you notes for mental health professionals that will be delivered throughout the community on World Mental Health Day, October 10th.