Horses for Hoosier Families - August 19 2022

Circle City Relief is co-hosting a polo match with Indiana Wish at the Hickory Hall Polo club in Whitestown, IN.  Please join us for this super fun, family friendly, casual event this summer on Friday August 19th 2022.  Gates open at 5pm and the match begins at 6pm.  Cost is only $40 per car with VIP tailgate spots and tent packages available.  Attendees are encouraged to bring any food and drink they would like and to setup their own picnic.  If you arrive early at 5pm to get a good parking spot, you can head to the barn for a tour at 5:30pm.  Halftime features a fly over candy drop for kids to run on the field and collect.  Make sure to bring the whole family.  Even well behaved dogs are allowed as long as you pickup after them.

To signup visit or for more information about the polo matches visit Hickory Hall Polo

For sponsorship opportunities, see our sponsorship document.

2nd Annual Golf Outing - July 21 2022

After a successful first year, the Circle City Relief Bridge to Help & Hope charity golf outing is returning for another round.  We will spend the day at Winding Ridge Golf Club on Thursday July 21, 2022.  Join us for a fun day of golf, food, drink and prizes by registering online.  The proceeds of this event will help fund our annual Miracle on 34th Street event this December.

Miracle on 34th Street

Miracle on 34th street is our annual event, most dear to many hearts. About 175 volunteers are involved to help bring the North Pole to a struggling community in Indianapolis. We are blessed to have 2021 be the second year we’ve been able to hold this event inside. This has made an already amazing event, even more special and welcoming to our friends. Our Christmas eve 2021 saw piles of gifts, miles of smiles and even the Carson Wentz A01 Foundation showing up to feed us all. We lean into the Lord and trust him to bring us an amazing birthday celebration.  He delivers in strength and glory every year!

Trunk or Treat

2021 Trunk or Treat was a huge success! Much thanks to everyone who volunteered to provide a safe place for kids in the 34th and Meridian community to trick or treat. From costumes decked out in movie themes to cotton candy everyone had a smile on their face as we engaged with the community in a mighty way. God was present at the school 60 parking lot as a community came together. It’s always fun to be a part of an atmosphere like that. It’s events like that that kids remember when they grow up. They’ll remember this day as a day when people were happy, smiling, laughing, enjoying, and caring. Let’s have more days like this!