Indy 500 winner Ryan Hunter-Reay greets Chloe Alexander, a Riley Champion who overcame Ewing’s Sarcoma.
Princess Nina DeWitt shares an inside look at the busy lives of Indy’s Month of May royalty.
Solomon Hill and Joe Young joined a group of schoolkids at the International Orangutan Center to learn about wildlife conservation.
Rodney Stuckey and Joe Young pitched in at the Chase Near Eastside Legacy Center for Pacers Go Green Week.
The popular tight end ran a route to Indy’s Coburn Place Safe Haven and spent some quality time with children to promote domestic-violence prevention and assistance for victims and survivors.
On Thursday, the three-time Indianapolis 500 champ (and
Dancing with the Stars winner) showed his support for efforts to assist victims of domestic violence.
Before he fell hostage to ISIS, converted to Islam, became an international cause, and, ultimately, sacrificed his life to help Syrians in need, Abdul-Rahman Kassig was, to friends in Indiana and abroad, just Peter.
On the occasion of being honored at The Masquerade for his charity work, the Legend discussed his low-key philanthropy—and his expectations for the upcoming Pacers’ season.
The Fishers native and his wife, Jill, will host the annual Tackling Homelessness fundraiser at the team complex on September 29.