For over forty years, the NFL and United Way have partnered to strengthen communities across America. The Colts continued that partnership locally by hosting the annual Hometown Huddle event.
Do you have a story of giving back to our community? Or is yours waiting to be told? United Way of Central Indiana helps write inspiring stories of volunteering, giving and advocating for a better community for all.
Immerse yourself in the exploration of important community issues, such as the dynamics of poverty in Central Indiana. Examine the strategies being employed to reduce financial instability.
It's nearly impossible to describe what United Way of Central Indiana does in only 90 seconds, but we gave it a shot anyway.
No matter what local television station you were watching Tuesday evening, you saw talent from each of Indy's broadcast media together on camera, speaking out for a single cause.
United Way of Central Indiana
United Way of Central Indiana brings together compassionate people who are committed to improving lives in our community.
For nearly 100 years, we have strived to help all Central Indiana residents achieve and maintain self-sufficiency by focusing on four key areas of community impact – Education, Income, Health and Basic Needs – in the six-county region of Boone, Hamilton, Hancock, Hendricks, Marion and Morgan counties.
We invest in expert research and perform regular community assessments to identify the areas of greatest need and to advance the best solutions to address these needs. Then we work with strategic partners such as businesses, human services agencies, and schools and governmental institutions to ensure your dollars do as much good as possible.
Please join us in improving the life and health of our community by volunteering with United Way programs and other meaningful service opportunities; advocating by telling your friends and colleagues about your involvement with United Way; and by giving a gift to support our mission.
It's nearly impossible to describe what United Way of Central Indiana does in only 90 seconds, but we gave it a shot anyway. Watch video »