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Help shape the future of public art on the Indianapolis Cultural Trail by participating in its public survey and scavenger hunt.
This list of volunteer opportunities in Indianapolis, IN includes everything from packing food for Hoosiers in need to fostering pets.
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The new golf center will include an Indiana Golf Hall of Fame, a new indoor golf academy, and a short game practice facility.
This first annual cornhole tournament in honor of veterans is open to professionals and backyard amateurs alike.
July is nationally recognized as Parks and Rec Month + we’re sharing with you all the ways you can help support The Parks Alliance of Indianapolis.
You’re more likely to find baby animals in need this summer, so be informed about how your intervention can help (or harm) local wildlife in need.
The local nonprofit, “Youth 2 Greatness Inc.” received a $75,000 grant from the Indianapolis Foundation to expand its programming in parks around the city.
The neighborhood is trying to raise $17,500 to reactivate the Fountain Square plaza by July 1.
Since 2016, people who live outside of Monument Circle alone have been impacted by food deserts at an increase of 21%.
This will be the first basketball pavilion of its kind within Indy Parks.
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On Thursday, April 20, more than 75 restaurants will be donating proceeds to help end HIV in Indiana.
Invest in our planet via local, national, and global Earth Day initiatives.
A total of 17 tornadoes touched down in Indiana Friday night, and now we’re headed into another threat of severe storms late Tuesday into Wednesday afternoon.
Indy has a long list of organizations that are here to help the community and provide resources for those with disabilities.
Support the community and grow the garden of your dreams with the help of Indy Urban Acres’ Plant Sale.
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