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Indians Charities Programs

2023 Impact Report

Indianapolis Indians Charities is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to helping youth and families grow stronger together, learn more and live healthier lives. The nonprofit is focused on supporting organizations in four areas: youth development, family success, education and neighborhood development. Since being founded in December 2018 the organization has donated more than $1M to local non-profits.

SWING at Victory Field

SWING is designed to be Victory Field's annual signature charity event. Thanks to your generosity, 2023 SWING was able to raise over $400,000 for Indianapolis Indians Charities and its 2024 grant recipients. We could jaw about the rip-roaring good times that were had at SWING, but we'll send you over to the SWING website to learn more:

Forest Manor

An eagerly awaited and cherished annual tradition! The Indians' dedicated staff members embarked on their journey to Forest Manor Park, determined to transform the ball diamonds into a picturesque haven for the Indy RBI (Revitalizing Baseball in Inner Cities) ballplayers to relish throughout the summer months. With unwavering commitment, they embarked on a mission to refurbish the diamonds, breathing new life into them, ensuring a sensational season lies ahead.

Grant Requests

Indianapolis Indians Charities is proud to support 501(c)(3) partners through grant funding. Partners whose efforts benefit youth development, family success, education and neighborhood development are welcome to apply for funding.

Jersey Auctions

Every season the Indians wear specialty jerseys during select home games, ranging from MARVEL Super Hero jerseys to the latest Circle City edition. The game-worn, autographed jerseys are auctioned off with proceeds going to Indianapolis Indians Charities, giving the organization’s nonprofit the opportunity to give back to those in need in Central Indiana.