The Indianapolis Colts have teamed up with Horizon House to raise money for homelessness prevention.
For one Colts player, it's an issue he's all-too familiar with. Before making it to the pros, running back Josh Robinson spent many of his high school days without a family or a home.
"It was tough, but you just got to have faith," Robinson said of that time. "You got to always trust in the hand that feeds you and God, he'll feed you so."
According to Horizon House, 10 percent of Marion County residents are one paycheck away from being on the streets. They hope the money raised Monday night with the Colts' assistance will help them continue to provide job counseling and other services to those who need the help.
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