Saturday, April 23, 2022
As of Friday, April 22nd at noon registration is closed.
Road rally to meet first responders throughout Macomb County!
Time: 11 am – 3 pm All registered teams are to check -in at 11am at the Michigan Lottery Amphitheatre at Freedom Hill to begin the adventure. This event is rain or shine.
Registration is now closed. Registration is $25 and the deadline to register is Friday, April 22nd at noon. Pre-registration is required. All registrants will receive an email Friday, April 22nd with event information to help plan your day.
Raffle Information: Grand Prize Raffle is $1,000! To see a full list of adult and kid raffle basket prizes, click here.
To download a flyer: Click Here
CARE of Southeastern Michigan’s Rally 4 Recovery is a family friendly road rally fundraising event for the entire community. Rally 4 Recovery brings awareness and education about substance use while honoring loved ones who lost their battle to the disease.
Now in its second year, Rally 4 Recovery will also pay tribute to first responders with purpose – to take the stigma out of substance use and show how collectively we are working together to help.
Participants will be taken on a fun-filled ride throughout Macomb County with opportunities to win raffle tickets for prizes by finding clues and solving riddles.
All proceeds from Rally 4 Recovery will support CARE programs that impact the lives of 40,000 individuals each year. Our programs include substance use education, prevention, and recovery. Rally 4 Recovery lets the community and those who are struggling with substance use know we are here to help. When our community thrives, we all thrive.
Sponsorships: Sponsorships are available. For more information about becoming a sponsor, contact Erika Jones at firstname.lastname@example.org, or download the sponsorship proposal: CARE 2022 Sponsorship Information
|Thank you to our 2022 sponsors!
|CARE Community Partner Sponsors|
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Michael J. Fontana, Secretary of the Board, CARE of Southeastern Michigan
Each time I called and asked if I could get to treatment they told me ‘Yes’, without hesitation. … Had they said ‘No’ that last time, I might have ended up dead, or still be out there or in prison, or whatever. That’s pretty awesome, that I get to work with them now and help people the way I was helped.
Shalynn R: The Reason I Want to Be A Social Worker
CARE helped me to find a huge part of who I am. I love everything that I do with them, and I can’t wait to have a career where I get to do that sort of thing every day. That is the reason that I want to be a social worker.