Our Mission
To build on Indianola’s reputation as a community committed to its youth by providing opportunities for kids to develop their personal best, make good choices, model positive behaviors, and build leadership skills.
Character Counts
ICYF founder, former professional baseball star and Indianola native Casey Blake became the newest recipient of the Robert D. Ray Pillar of Character Award.
Blake Fieldhouse
The 30-thousand square foot facility has 16 basketball hoops, 5 volleyball nets, 2 huge tracks, and it’s all designed to keep the youth of Indianola healthy and active.

Eat Well, Play Well

ICYF partnered with Jennifer DeWall at Nutrition in Motion last year to create free sports-specific nutrition plans for the Indianola community. To help promote healthy eating habits, and good character, we worked with Molly Rogalla and created banners to be rotated around at the local elementary schools featuring Indianola High School seniors. These seniors were nominated by their coaches as people who demonstrate excellent leadership skills and are great teammates.

The Indianola Community Youth Foundation exists to give back
to the Indianola youth and community.

You can donate quickly and easily online through PayPal, by attending one of our fundraisers
throughout the year, or mailing a check to the ICYF address
(PO Box 423, Indianola, IA 50125).

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