Group Week of Hope Indianapolis, Indiana
Indianapolis is famous around the world for fast cars and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, but the city has a lot more to offer visitors. The state capital of Indiana has won praise for reinventing the bicycle and pedestrian experience in its downtown. The art world paid attention when the Indianapolis Museum of Art unveiled the largest contemporary art park in the country in June 2010.
For sports fans, Indianapolis is known for the legendary Hinkle Fieldhouse, site of the 1954 “Milan Miracle” that inspired the basketball film Hoosiers. Indianapolis is a beautiful and growing city with warm summers, colorful falls, and snowy winters.
The city is also an increasingly diverse place, with 40,000 foreign-born individuals moving to Indianapolis since 2000—a faster pace than even Chicago. Indy is now home to growing Mexican, Chinese, Sikh, Burmese, and Nigerian communities.
As you delight in the sights and activities, you’ll enjoy getting to know the people of this amazing community—and Week of Hope offers you an amazing opportunity to serve those who may have been forgotten or may just need a little hope.
For ages 12+