Colts players visit Second Helpings to assist in preparing food for the community.
The Indianapolis Colts hosted their "Million Meal Marathon" event where volunteers packed meals for those less fortunate who are in need of food.
The Indianapolis Colts, Wish For Our Heroes, and Bob's Discount Furniture surprised United States Marine veteran, Zachary Arnold, by furnishing his entire apartment with new furniture. Linebacker Anthony Walker, Blue, and Colts Cheerleaders also surprised Arnold with tickets to a game later this month, and a personalized jersey.
The Indianapolis Colts partnered with the City of Indianapolis to create downtown Indianapolis's first playground. Mayor Joe Hogsett helped cut the ribbon on the Colts Canal Playspace.
The Indianapolis Colts, along with Microsoft, hosted a Fortnite Tournament with the Wounded Warriors project.
The Indianapolis Colts cheerleaders surprised children of Riley Children's Hospital on Halloween. The cheerleaders dressed up to meet with and sign autographs with the kids of Riley.
The Indianapolis Colts, alongside Ashley HomeStore, gave away free beds to about 100 kids in need. The children also enjoyed a Halloween party thrown at Lucas Oil Stadium.
The Colts Junior Cheerleaders and their dance partners, who have been affected by cancer, perform at halftime of the Bills/Colts game. Former Buffalo Bills Quarterback Jim Kelly also joins in!
The Indianapolis Colts partnered with United Way of Central Indiana and Indiana Wesleyan University to renovate a room at Salvation Army Eagle Creek Community Center. In alignment with the NFL PLAY 60 initiative, the new fitness zone includes stations and equipment to support health and fitness activities. Local youth will now have the opportunity to improve their physical fitness in a fun and safe environment. Colts players lead activities and exercises during the afternoon of the opening ceremony.
Former Colts Punter Pat McAfee goes "undercover" before the Bills/Colts game to help Blue raise money for cancer research.
The Indianapolis Colts along with the American Dairy Association threw a health fair for Hoover Elementary that included a blender bike, educational nutrition stations, Colts in Motion Trailer, and a planting station.
The Indianapolis Colts along with the American Dairy Association helped Prairie Trace Elementary in Carmel celebrate National Bike to School Day. During the day they had games, music, and of course blender bikes to make delicious smoothies.
The Indianapolis Colts along with the American Dairy Association brings blender bikes to Creekside Middle School's health fair.
The Indianapolis Colts, in partnership with Tyler Mason Salon and Spa, provided a day of pampering for 10 women who are currently battling breast cancer or who have survived the disease. The honorees received two spa treatments at Tyler Mason Salon and Spa, a VIP tour of Lucas Oil Stadium as well as dinner with Colts players.
The Indianapolis Colts and the American Dairy Association teamed up and honored Michelle O'Banion as a Fuel Up to Play 60 School Lunch Hero at Cedar Elementary in Avon.
Colts players, cheerleaders and Blue payed a visit to patients at the IU Health Simon Cancer Center Tuesday. See why the trip was a little more meaningful for Colts LB Zaire Franklin.
Kalen Jackson, Mayor Hogsett and the Colts dyed the Indianapolis canal pink to spread awareness of the NFL's Crucial Catch campaign.
The Indianapolis Colts and the American Dairy Association teamed up and delivered the Fuel Up to Play 60's Hometown Grant to Holy Name Catholic School, which went toward building a playground.
Colts 365 host Caroline Cann and analyst Marlin Jackson took to Twitter using the hashtag #pPLAYLIKEACOLT asking Colts fans to send in the best plays from local youth football organizations all the way through high school. Fans delivered as Caroline and Marlin break down three of the plays on this week's episode of Colts 365.
The Indianapolis Colts and the American Dairy Association teamed up and brought a Fuel Up to Play 60 Blender Bike event to Frontier Elementary in Brookston.
The Colts, Team Smile and Prime Smile put on a free dental care event for 300 under-serviced kids at Lucas Oil Stadium, where kids were able to laugh, dance, and play with Blue after their cleaning.
Chance battles Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma, which is a cancer that starts in white blood cells called lymphocytes. Despite fighting Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma, Chance continues to be an active, outgoing, 19-year-old. His heartfelt wish is to meet his favorite football team, the Indianapolis Colts. Chance and his family are looking forward to the renewed energy and strength that come with experiencing the power of a wish.
Colts DT Margus Hunt is this week's special guest on The "Reitz" Stuff not only for his play on the football field but for becoming a father for a second time. He and his wife welcomed a baby boy into the world on Monday. Host Joe Reitz has the details from the proud father himself.
The Indianapolis Colts and the Morales Group put on a Colts Hispanic Heritage Month Youth Football Camp where Colts Punter Rigoberto Sanchez addressed the kids and encouraged them to believe that anything is possible.
The Indianapolis Colts and the American Dairy Association teamed up and brought a Fuel Up to Play 60 Fit Camp to Harney Elementary in Lebanon.
Colts Vice Chair/Owner Kalen Jackson and the Indianapolis Colts dontated $100,000 to the Wheeler Mission Center for Women and Children to help add an expansion to the building, adding 164 new beds.