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Aug 23, 2016
by: Sarah Pierce
$58, 577 raised for Run for Recovery!
 

Once again, I am truly humbled by the spirit of Recovery Resources. Our 4th Annual Run for Recovery was an incredible success and demonstrated our commitment to our community. It truly does take a village!

Thank you to all of you who ran, walked, volunteered and donated.

Thank you to our sponsors – Annual Sponsors: Gold- Cleveland Clinic, McDonald Hopkins, Silver- KeyBank, Wells Fargo Advisors, Bronze- Airport Mini, Stellar Benefits. Run Sponsors:Active Recovery Consulting, Fifth Third Bank, Hyland, Pricewaterhouse Coopers, Swagelok, In-Kind- Bruegger’s Bagels, The Children’s Museum of Cleveland, Crain’s Cleveland Business, Dave’s Markets, Legacy Village, Rock + Recovery, Starbucks. Champion sponsor: Pacer- ADAMHS Board.

And a special shout out to Molly Drake and our Associate Board who have spent the past year planning this event that celebrates recovery and brings #HopeInTheLand!

Race Results

Run for Recovery by the numbers:

173 Runners
137 Walkers
18 Kid Fun Runners
116 Volunteers
$30, 838 raised by teams
$5,174 Participation fee
$565 Day of donation
$4,000 event sponsorship
$18,000 Annual Sponsors

Total Raised:

An impressive $58,577 was raised to support Recovery Resources programs and clients!

Thank you for your support.

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