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RecycleForce

RecycleForce creates a stronger civil society and increases public safety through job creation and recycling. This makes a positive impact on the environment, local and state economies, communities, and the lives of hundreds of formerly incarcerated men and women along with their families.

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Associated Athletes
Mike Katic
Nick Kidwell
Trey Wedig
Tyler Stephens
Tyler Cherry
Carter Smith
Jailin Walker
Zach Horton
Miles Cross
Omar Cooper
Ke’Shawn Williams
Myles Price
Elijah Sarratt
Mark Langston
Tayven Jackson

Riley Children's Foundation

Riley Children's Foundation is fighting for a healthier future for children by funding life-changing pediatric research, exceptional care and the experts who make it happen.

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American Red Cross, Indiana Region

The American Red Cross prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors.

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Indiana Wish

Indiana Wish helps Indiana children diagnosed with life-threatening illnesses create a lifetime of memories when that lifetime is uncertain.

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Associated Athletes
Mackenzie Holmes
Sydney Parrish
Mackenzie Mgbako

Habitat for Humanity of Monroe County

Habitat for Humanity's mission is to eliminate poverty housing by building decent, affordable homes in partnership with qualifying families.

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Associated Athletes
Camryn Haworth
Ava Vickers
Ramsey Gary

Turnstone

Turnstone is Northeast Indiana's only free-standing not-for-profit organization providing a comprehensive continuum of supportive services addressing the unique needs of people with disabilities and their families.

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Associated Athletes
Gabe Cupps
Kel’el Ware

Stop the Violence Indianapolis

Stop the Violence Indianapolis is a catalyst for social change – empowering people to take action with the greater Indianapolis area to ensure safety, justice, accountability and healing for people whose lives are affected by violence and poverty.

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Associated Athletes
Josh Philostin
Josh Sanguinetti
Shawn Asbury
Mikail Kamara
James Carpenter
Derek McCormick
Jayden McDonald
Aiden Fisher
Ty Son Lawton
Elijah Green
Kaelon Black
Justice Ellison
Trent Howland

Boys & Girls Club of Bloomington

Since 1956, the Boys & Girls Club has been dedicated to serving the youth in our local community.

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Associated Athletes
Kobee Minor
Jacob Mangum-Farrar
Josh Rudolph

Jack Shockley Warriors for Peace

The Jack Shockley Warriors for Peace seek to honor the life and memory of a peacemaker—our son, brother, and friend, Jack Shockley, who in August 2020, at the age of 24, was murdered by handgun. He was the 117th of 215 murder victims in Indianapolis that year.

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Associated Athletes
CJ Gunn

A Kid Again

The Indiana Chapter of A Kid Again, a children’s charity in Indiana, is honored to serve families who are raising kids living with life-threatening conditions. They do so by providing cost-free, fun-filled destination events throughout the year that we call Adventures.

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Associated Athletes
Xavier Johnson
Luke Sinnard
Devin Taylor
Sydney Keld

YMCA of Monroe County

At the Y, strengthening community is their cause. Through group exercise classes, youth programs, swim lessons, adult health programs, and more, the YMCA aims to build a healthier Monroe County.

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Associated Athletes
Natasha Kim
Camille Hamm
Antonio Laidler
Donnell Washington

LittleStar ABA Therapy

LittleStar is a truly unique and special place for individuals and families affected by autism. The Indiana applied behavior analysis centers are staffed and operated by a team of kind, welcoming professionals who are among the most experienced in providing ABA therapy for children, teens and young adults.

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Associated Athletes
Trey Galloway

Big Brothers Big Sisters of South Central Indiana

Big Brothers Big Sisters of South Central Indiana serves Monroe and Owen County, and serve more than 600 annually ages 6+. They partner with parents/caregivers, volunteers, schools, and the donors in our community to defend, ignite, and empower the potential of every child they serve.

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Associated Athletes
Malik Reneau

Cancer Support Community Central Indiana

The Cancer Support Community Central Indiana's mission is to ensure that all people impacted by cancer are empowered by knowledge, strengthened by action, and sustained by community. So that no one faces cancer alone.

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Associated Athletes
Kaleb Banks
Julianna LaMendola
Lenée Beaumont

Young & Established

Young & Established is a local nonprofit that was founded in 2013. It exists for the betterment of the community, primarily through the inspiration and motivation of the youth.

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Stone Belt

Stone Belt is a nonprofit organization that provides resources and supports for individuals with disabilities. Established in 1958, it is the oldest and largest agency of its kind in south-central Indiana.

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Associated Athletes
Connor Foley
Braydon Risedorph
Ryan Kraft
Piper Coffield
Elisabeth Dunac

Girls on the Run Central Indiana

At Girls on the Run we inspire ALL girls to build confidence and make intentional decisions, while fostering care and compassion for self and others. Trained coaches use physical activity and dynamic discussions to build social, emotional and physical skills in every girl while encouraging healthy habits for life.

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Healing Hands

We provide free resources and services that address immediate and long-term needs in the areas of homelessness, hunger, and poverty. Our vision is to expand our efforts to provide support for addiction, abuse, education and human trafficking.

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Jump IN for Healthy Kids

Jump IN is a community-wide effort to empower kids in Central Indiana to live healthier lives! Our children and their families deserve to live in healthy environments with real opportunities to make smart choices to eat healthy, play healthy and live healthy.

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Associated Athletes
Anne Fowler

Bloomington Health Foundation

We’ve partnered with local organizations to expand behavioral health access, transportation for non-emergent health related appointments, improve substance use disorder recovery, support cancer patients, and establish a stronger engagement structure for marginalized and underserved populations.

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Be Like Bill

Be like Bill is an organization on a mission to increasing survival rates from out-of-hospital Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA), the leading killer in the U.S. Through SCA education and awareness and the use of Automatic External Defibrillators (AED’s), we want to give people the courage and confidence to step up and save a life.

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Associated Athletes
Jamari Sharpe
Lanell Carr
Myles Jackson
Josh Henderson

Cystic Fibrosis Foundation - Indiana Chapter

The mission of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation is to cure cystic fibrosis and to provide all people with CF the opportunity to lead long, fulfilling lives by funding research and drug development, partnering with the CF community, and advancing high-quality, specialized care.

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Associated Athletes
Lara Schneider
Brendan Burns
Clay Merchent

People and Animal Learning Services (PALS)

PALS is a nonprofit adaptive riding center located in Bloomington, IN. We provide equine-assisted services to people with disabilities, veterans, senior citizens, and at-risk youth. The therapeutic power of the horse can offer many physical, emotional, and social benefits for a diverse population.

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Associated Athletes
Jack Wagoner
JT Harms
Patrick McDonald
Alex Kara
Quinton Elliot
Sam Sarver

Keys2Work

Keys2Work helps homeless and justice-involved citizens successfully transition into the workforce through employment assistance, workforce certifications, workplace mentoring, and job placement services.

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Associated Athletes
Jamier Johnson
Marcus Burris
Tyrik McDaniel
Mike Katic
Nick Kidwell
Trey Wedig
Tyler Stephens
Tyler Cherry
Carter Smith
Jailin Walker
Zach Horton
Miles Cross
Omar Cooper
Ke’Shawn Williams
Myles Price
Elijah Sarratt
Mark Langston
Tayven Jackson

Boone County Mentoring Partnership

The Boone County Mentoring Partnership is founded on a simple principle: kids and teens paired with caring adults do better in life. Sometimes kids lose a parent to an illness, or a caregiver recognizes they need some help. Other times everyone recognizes a kid paired with someone who shares similar interests to them performs better in school, realizes a dream, or just has a little more fun in life.

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Associated Athletes
Dequece Carter
JoJo Johnson
Derin McCulley

Girls Inc.

In partnership with schools and at Girls Inc. centers, we focus on the development of the whole girl. She learns to value herself, take risks, and discover and develop her inherent strengths. The combination of long-lasting mentoring relationships, a pro-girl environment, and evidence-based programming equips girls to navigate gender, economic, and social barriers, and grow up healthy, educated, and independent. Informed by girls and their families, we also advocate for legislation and policies to increase opportunities and rights for all girls.

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Associated Athletes
Faith Johnson
Chloe Johnson
Brianna Copeland
Taylor Minnick
Clare Hunsberger

Mackida Loveal & Trip Outreach Center

The MLT Center focuses on dropout prevention by giving at-risk youth a second chance in a healthy learning environment to improve study habits, comprehension, and grow in self-esteem and confidence. They also prrovide a mentorship program with the goal of teaching today’s youth how to be trustworthy, respectful, and independent people.

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Associated Athletes
Jakai Newton
Anthony Walker

Muscular Dystrophy Family Foundation

MDFF’s goal is to increase the quality of life for members of our community through advocacy, education, and by providing life-changing resources that support greater mobility and independence.

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Associated Athletes
Nic Toomer
Amare Ferrell

Project 44

Launched in 2016, Project 44 was created in honor of the late Andrew Smith. Wearing the #44, Andrew was a beloved, standout member of Butler’s two-time NCAA Finals basketball team. Having been a personal recipient of a bone marrow transplant in November of 2015, Andrew and his wife Samantha were blessed with an additional three months together to make and share memories that would last well beyond Andrew’s final days on earth. On January 12, 2016, at the age of 25, Andrew passed away following a two-year battle with cancer. Committed to carrying out Andrew’s selfless work, Project 44’s initial goal is to save 44 lives. With a 1:430 ratio of registrants to matches, 18,920 new registry members are needed. Now an incorporated 501(c)3 non-profit organization, Project 44’s enhanced broader mission is to save lives by fostering a mainstream sense of moral obligation and willingness to support and join the bone marrow registry.

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Associated Athletes
Anthony Leal
Payton Sparks

Wheeler Mission

Wheeler is a non-denominational, Christian, social services organization, which provides critically needed goods and services to individuals experiencing homelessness, poverty, and need in Central and South Central Indiana without regard to race, color, sexual orientation, creed, national origin, or religion.

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Associated Athletes
Robby Harrison
Louis Moore

Hoosier Hills Food Bank

Hoosier Hills Food Bank collects, stores and distributes food to non-profit agencies that feed the hungry in Brown, Lawrence, Orange, Owen, Martin and Monroe counties in Indiana.

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Associated Athletes
Brock Tibbits
Carter Mathison
Josh Pyne
Tyler Cerny

Community Kitchen of Monroe County

Through daily operations and educational outreach, Community Kitchen works to educate the public about the extent of hunger in Monroe County, explain probable causes of hunger, and provide ways to respond to hunger needs. The agency's ultimate goal is for individuals to achieve regular access to an adequate diet through normal means. A soup kitchen is not considered "normal" means, but rather a "safety net" for people who have not yet achieved food security on their own.

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Associated Athletes
Anna Peplowski
Kristina Paegle
Mariah Denigan