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Help support a Safe Summer in Indianapolis

By Dane Nutty
Published April 18, 2022

Safe Summer aims to provide fun, enriching, and free activities while young people are out of
school for the summer - running every Friday from June 10 through August 5 at Garfield, Riverside, and Washington Parks. Garfield and Riverside Parks will be open from 7 to 10 pm, and Washington Park will be open from 8 to 11 pm.

With activations from sponsors such as Pacers Sports and Entertainment, the IUPUI Men’s Basketball team, Kareem Hines’s Guns Down, Gloves Up program through New BOY Youth and more - young men and women ages 13 and older will not want to miss a Friday night.

“When it comes to a safer, stronger Indianapolis, everyone has a role to play. Whether it’s through sponsoring an activity at one of our Indy Parks locations or offering mentorship and support to our young people, there are countless ways we can all make a difference – together.”
— Deputy Mayor Judith Thomas

The Indy Public Safety Foundation (IPSF) and the Office of Public Health and Safety (OPHS) are seeking additional partners to donate their time, talent or treasure to this effort.

You can help provide opportunities for Indy’s youth to have a safe, enjoyable summer.

  1. Make a donation to help us purchase food, supplies and gear
  2. Providing activities such as sports and fitness, digital or fine arts, mindfulness and more

To learn more about how you can make a donation or with any questions, contact Dane Nutty at [email protected]. To learn more about how you or your organization can support our efforts through programming and more, contact Cam Shepherd at [email protected].

Your support will help us meet the needs of Indy's police, fire and EMS.

Make a contribution today