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Through June 11 you can team up with Indy Eleven, Campbell’s Highland Grille, Moes Southwest Grill – Westfield, and Rosati’s Pizza of Carmel to reward Community Health Network frontline caregivers!


Indy Eleven is proud to partner with The Shop Indy in rolling out these special-edition "Eleven Cares" tees, proceeds from which will be donated to Community Health Network Foundation's Lisa Borinstein Caregiver Assistance Fund benefiting workers fighting on the front lines of the coronavirus outbreak.


Community Health Network encourages the public to participate in its Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) drive, which is donations of both manufactured (gloves, gowns, aprons, masks, respirators, face shields, wipes & other antibacterial products) and handmade (masks, gloves, aprons and gowns) items. For patterns and ways you can contribute visit eCommunity.com/givePPE.


IPSF’s role in the COVID-19 response is to ensure first responders have the support they need to lead our city through this crisis. Click below to learn more and to help out those helping the Circle City in these challenging times.