You can fundraise for the Walk as a team member or as an individuals. Walk teams are a great way for you to get together with members of your community and help raise funds for a great cause. Building teams will help you tremendously in your fundraising efforts!

Once you’ve registered for the walk, visit your Participant Center to create your own unique fundraising page. Be sure to let your friends and family know how they can support your participation in the Walk for Recovery. Funds that you or your team raise will help MRC to continue our to strengthen the recovery community through peer-to-peer support, public education, and advocacy.

Anyone who raises $50 by August 26, 2018 will receive a FREE WALK T-SHIRT!                                          


How to Raise $500 in 7 Days!WFR 1

#1 Donate to yoursefl first:  
#2 Ask 4 family members to sponsor you for $25 each                    
#3 Ask 5 co-workers to contribute $15 each                                     
#4 Ask 5 friends to contribute $20 each                                             
#5 Ask 5 neighbors to sponsor you for $15                                        
#6 Ask your boss for a company contribution of $50                        
#7 Ask 3 businesses you frequent for a donation of $25 each         


Fundraising Talking Points

Asking people to support you or join your team is easier if people understand why you’re involved. Discuss why you support the Walk for Recovery and why you’re participating in this event. Share your personal experiences and let them know why this cause is important to you. Here are some facts to help you out:

*The Walk for Recovery helps Minnesota Recovery Connection support addiction recovery and create awareness of recovery and recovery-related services in Minnesota.

*Since 2010, Minnesota Recovery Connection has received over 38,500 volunteer hours from over 1,200 volunteers that provide peer recovery support, outreach, administrative and special event volunteering.  

*The funds you raise for the Walk for Recovery stay in Minnesota, going directly to recovery-related efforts and to service Minnesotans affected by addiction.

*We need to fight the stigma and misinformation associated with recovery. Recovery is a life-long process with a definition that continues to evolve. It affects people from every age and every community and people need to understand the positive impact that people in recovery can make.

Click here for the Offline Donation Form

The Offline Donation form is used to track your offline donations (cash and checks). Please include the name of each donor, along with the donor's address and donation amount. (This will be used to send an acknowledgement of their gift).

Place all your offline contributions in an envelope, along with this completed information sheet, and hand it in to volunteers at the T-shirt tent on the day of the Walk!


Presenting Sponsor Spirituality Sponsor
Wellness Sponsor
NUWAY Presenting Sponsor 2018 Vinland 2018   Allina 2018        
Gold Sponsors
Valhalla Place
 Meridian 2017  sponsor-5-1080 New Beginnings         
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Silver Sponsors              
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Wayside 2017
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Bronze Sponsors              

Crossroads Aftercare Program

Fairview and HealthEast

Great Lakes ATTC

Living Free Recovery Services







Options Family & Behavior Services

PEASE Community Foundation

Progress Valley

Recovering Hope

Recovery Church


Restoration Counseling & Community Services, LLC


Sage Prairie

Spence Specialties ANEW

St. Cloud Recovery Community


Steve Rummler Hope Foundation

The Emily Program

The Phoenix

The Phoenix Spirit

University of Minnesota College of Continuing and Professional Studies