Each season Indianapolis Indians players participate in a variety of community service and outreach causes, activities and events. As part of the Pittsburgh Pirates Community Commitment Program, players are encouraged to engage and serve in the communities of the Pirates affiliated Minor League teams. During the season, Indians players will participate in a variety of community service and outreach causes, activities and events.
Indians players serve and participate at places such as local children's hospitals, not-for-profit organizations, little leagues and community events.
2017 Community Appearances:
In 2017, Indians players made 44 appearances around the Indianapolis community for a total of 193 service hours. Participating non-profit organizations included Wheeler Mission, Riley Children's Hospital, Shepherd Community Center, Community Health Foundation, Ronald McDonald House, the Humane Society of Indianapolis and many more.