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
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You can participate in 3 easy steps:
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!
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!
Rotary Club of Indianapolis: Cleaning and organizing headquarters warehouse at the Humane Society Animal Welfare Center. 3 days agoComplete List »
Tell Us What You Did
After you complete your service project, please complete the short survey (below) about your participation that will help us measure the collective impact of everyone participating in Indy Do Day. We also encourage you to share your photos, videos, stories, and other comments on our Facebook page at facebook.com/IndyDoDay or through Twitter using hashtag #IndyDoDay. Check out recent projects and descriptions, here.
Make A Pledge
You don’t have to be part of any official community project or group to participate in Indy Do Day. Make a pledge today to make a difference in our community on your own. Don’t worry, we won’t sell your name or address, and you’ll only get a reminder email when it gets close to Indy Do Day.