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A Meeting of Champions at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway

Chloe wants to do all she can to help the kids currently staying at Riley, because she knows what it’s like to be stuck in a hospital bed, wishing she were someplace else.

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Kid Stuff for Colts Nice Guy Dwayne Allen

Colts tight end Dwayne Allen ran a route to Indy’s Coburn Place Safe Haven to promote domestic-violence prevention and assistance for victims and survivors.

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Inside the Box: Helio Castroneves Donates Mobile Device for HopeLine

“Domestic violence impacts our families and friends, our workplaces, and our communities,” said Castroneves. “I’m encouraging racing fans to clean out their drawers and donate their old phones and accessories.”

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Get to Know Indy’s Newest Fair-Trade Organization

Emayan installs water tanks in Kenya and Tanzania as a part of the Maasailand Water Project.

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Larry Bird: 'All of My Donations Are Sort of Made Under the Table'

For Bird, the commitment to giving goes back to his upbringing in French Lick, “growing up in a small town” where he and his family “didn’t have a lot,” he says. “But we were greatly benefited by gifts.”

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Colts Lineman Joe Reitz Takes On Homelessness

“I think it’s just a fundamental need—food, clothing, and shelter,” says Reitz. “It’s something that you hope that everybody in our world, especially our city, has access to.”

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Snowed In? Gather Prom Dresses for Charities

How to be a generous shut-in during yet another snowstorm.

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IU Receives $40 Million Gift to Rename Assembly Hall

“The atmosphere in Assembly Hall is truly unmatched anywhere in college basketball,” says Cindy Simon Skjodt, for whom the arena will be named.

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