INDIANAPOLIS — The IndyGo Foundation raised more than $126,000 from the third annual Golf Outing last week at Eagle Creek Golf Course, exceeding its goal of $125,000. Proceeds from the event will support the Foundation’s efforts to increase access to public transportation for the diverse needs of Marion County’s riders.
More than 155 golfers and nearly 70 businesses supported the event through team play, sponsorship or donation.
“Over the past three years, the Golf Outing has grown to become a beloved event by our sponsors and participants,” said IndyGo Foundation Executive Director Emily Meaux. “This year, we were thrilled to have a growing number of our 200 nonprofit partners join us at the event. Their presence strengthened the connection to the Foundation’s mission and reminded us all who ultimately benefits from the event’s success – the hundreds of thousands of people in Indianapolis who rely on IndyGo’s service.”
The Golf Outing was made possible thanks to the following sponsors and more:
Food and Beverage Sponsors
- Butler, Fairman & Seufert, Inc.
- Shrewsberry & Associates, LLC, Shiel Sexton and Stantec
Golf Cart Sponsor
- Crider & Crider
- AYOKAY, LLC
- Allison Transmission
- Drewry Simmons Vornehm, LLP
- IGT Lottery
- MIBOR REALTOR Association
- WSP USA, Inc.
- Bose McKinney & Evans
- BYD Motors, LLC
- Ellis Mechanical, Inc.
- Fifth Third Bank
- HDR, Inc.
- The Indianapolis Foundation
- Kroger Gardis & Regas, LLP
- Old National Bank
- RATP Dev USA, Inc.
- Regions Bank
- Shuck Corporation
- Bosma Visionary Opportunities Foundation
- Engaging Solutions
- Hanson Professional Services, Inc.
- Infrastructure Engineering, Inc.
- Lochmueller Group
- The National Bank of Indianapolis
See photos of the event below.
Pictured above: IndyGo President and Chief Executive Officer Inez Evans and IndyGo Chief Operating Officer Aaron Vogel and
members of the Sycamore Course first place team, Butler, Fairman & Seufert, Inc.
Pictured above: Members of the Pines Course first place team, Bosma, and IndyGo President and Chief Executive Officer Inez Evans
Pictured above: Members of the Allison Transmission team
Pictured above: Members of the Old National Bank team