October 2 through 4, 2014
Indy Do Day is a people-powered community day of service when the residents of Indianapolis take ownership of their neighborhoods and take care of their neighbors. Indy Do Day is October 2-4, 2014. Learn more
Participating in Indy Do Day is as easy or complex as you want to make it. Indy Do Day is a framework for service and action, and does not need to be an organized or approved community project. Be creative in how you participate and give back to the community. The sky’s the limit!
Co-Chairs Ramona Adams and Don Steffy talk Indy Do Day, 2014!
Check Out the Video Below from the 2013 Indy Do Day!
What are people saying about Indy Do Day?
Denny Sponsel, President of RJE Business Interiors (recorded for 2013 Indy Do Day)
Ann Murtlow, CEO of United Way of Central Indiana (recorded for 2013 Indy Do Day)
Tell us What You Did. After you complete your service project, we’ll be in touch so we can measure the collective impact of everyone participating in Indy Do Day. We also encourage you to share your photos, videos, stories with everyone!
Find a Service Project
Teams can either identify service projects on their own by using the eyes and ears of their employees or by adopting a project a community organization has already identified. Individuals can also participate by pledging to perform an act of service on their own.
Do the Project
Tell us about your service plans by registering your team. And then get doing on Indy Do Day!