INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.- A major community service initiative across the city of Indianapolis officially kicked off on Thursday, September 29 and runs through Saturday, October 1.
Indy-Do-Day is hoping to get 20,000 people involved in at least one of its service projects over the three-day event.
Organizers describe it as an opportunity for people to get to know their neighbors, take ownership of the community they live in, and also help take care of one another.
There are dozens of organized service projects volunteers can take part in, but Indy-Do-Day encourages people to think outside the box when it comes to finding ways to give back.
Nearly 15,000 people have already signed up for various projects across Indianapolis.
Registration is ongoing and you can sign up online.
To see which projects still need volunteers click here.