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Saturday, September 20, 2014 
Penn's Landing, Philadelphia
YOUR LOGO could be on our huge 2014 Recovery Walks 
billboard like this on I-95 in Philadelphia for two months:
 How Can You Do That?
  • Click HERE to get a Sponsorship Agreement
  • Complete the agreement at the Grand, Presenting, or Gold Level
  • Submit your form to Marita HERE or to the address on the form
  • And do that by the Billboard Deadline of JULY 7
Other Sponsors Deadline
All other Recovery Walks! 2014 sponsors should submit their sponsorship agreements by 
August 1 at the latest to the address on the form. If you have any questions about sponsorship, please email Marita HERE.
While those dates are the deadlines, please remember 
that the earlier you submit your Sponsorship Agreement, the earlier you can begin enjoying the many benefits--such as your logo and name, with a live link to your website, on the Sponsors page HERE.
Have You Seen the 
Video of PRO-ACT Recovery Walks! 2013?
Click here to see it 
How We Use Proceeds From the Walk

Proceeds from the Recovery Walk will go toward the expenses of the Walk in addition to providing the many recovery support services of The Council and PRO-ACT.

Walk expenses include renting the Great Plaza; parking; booths and tables; billboard and hugePenn's Landingstage banner; and other banners and signage. Less obvious expenses are the official and volunteer t-shirts; required additional security and law enforcement; ribbons and buttons for the Honor Guard; refreshments for our 400 volunteers; printing of Walk programs; website maintenance; the Recovery Walk video, and numerous promotional materials. 

Recovery Support Services
Proceeds from the Walk also help us to continue our success in offering hope and healing to those wishing to initiate, stabilize, and sustain long-term recovery from addiction. There are approximately 23 million Americans living in recovery today, holding jobs, paying taxes, and living with respect in their communities. You may not recognize them as being in recovery--but they are among your neighbors, co-workers, family members, and community leaders. We're grateful that, with your support, we are able to continue to provide services to many in our communities. 

PRO-ACT offers these services in four recovery community centers and a training center where we provide mutual support, training,Unit 12 and a place to volunteer for committees. Trained recovery coaches, certified peer specialists and mentors provide tools for sustaining recovery; financial planning; employment consulting; health, education and housing information; and encourage participation in community service. Those individuals and families, pregnant mothers, veterans and the unemployed who benefit reclaim lost lives and improve their well-being and the well-being of their communities. They, in turn, can offer invaluable assistance to others seeking long-term recovery.

Please show your support of recovery from addiction by becoming a Sponsor. Learn about Sponsorship HEREfollow directions on the Sponsorship Agreement, and submit it by the deadlines above.
Register to walk, form a team, 
make a donation, join the Honor Guard,
or volunteer to help by clicking HERE

To make a donation to the Recovery Walk, please click here 

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