Indy Chamber News Archives
Hundreds of businesses and non-profits will engage in the city-wide day of service, Indy Do Day.
An expansion of Eli Lilly’s Global Day of Service, Indy Do Day is a people-powered community partnership where citizens get to know their neighbors, take ownership of neighborhoods and take care of each other. Simply find a need with your neighborhood or a charity and go serve! This can be one hour or several hours. The idea is to DO something!
Indy Do Day runs October 2 – 4, and is led by the Rotary Club of Indianapolis and Co-Chairs, Rotarians and Chamber members, Ramona Adams of RJE Business Interiors and Don Steffy of the Indianapolis Children’s Choir. Our own Michael Huber serves as an Indy Do Day Honorary Chair, alongside Mayor Ballard, his wife Winnie, and other civic leaders.
Discover how you, your business or favorite non-profit can make a difference at indydoday.org.