Indy Eleven Launches Donation Package Supporting Community Health Network & Restaurant Partners
For $20 Donation, Fans Can Gift a Meal & Ticket to a Frontline Caregiver
INDIANAPOLIS (Tuesday, May 26, 2020) – Indy Eleven is proud to team up with several of its restaurant partners to assist and thank Community Health Network frontline caregivers via a special ticket + meal donation package, available for purchase now at indyeleven.com/fundraising-efforts.
For their $20 donation, fans will provide a Community Health Network employee a ticket to a future Indy Eleven match and a meal from one of three participating Indy Eleven partner restaurants – Campbell’s Highland Grille, Moe’s Southwest Grill – Westfield, and Rosati’s Pizza of Carmel.
“This donation package not only offers our supporters a chance to thank members of the Community Health Network family who have done so much for their communities, but it also provides business to some of our valued restaurant partners during these challenging times for their industry,” said Greg Stremlaw, Indy Eleven President & CEO. “This package truly is a win for everyone involved, and we hope our fans and partners will rally together and provide their support in the coming weeks.”
This limited-time donation package is available through Thursday, June 11, with delivery of meals to Community Health Network caregivers set to take place the following week.
As an added incentive, fans will receive one entry per donation into a drawing to win an Indy Eleven VIP Experience that includes 4 tickets to a game and a pre-match photo on the stadium pitch.
For more ways to stay in touch with the Boys in Blue while they continue to prepare for the 2020 USL Championship season, visit indyeleven.com/stay-tuned-indy.
About Indy Eleven Professional Soccer
Since its launch on January 16, 2013, Indy Eleven’s mission – “To win championships with and for the community” – has stayed true to its aim of fielding a team that represents the State of Indiana proudly on and off the field. The 2020 season marks Indy Eleven’s seventh year of play overall and third season in the United Soccer League Championship, a 35-team professional soccer league based across the United States. On January 31, 2017, Indy Eleven submitted a bid for an expansion franchise in Major League Soccer (MLS), the First Division of pro soccer in the United States and Canada as recognized by U.S. Soccer.