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September 28th thru October 16th
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Drug Free Moore County, Inc. is seeking donations for The MOORE RECOVERY CHALLENGE 2020. The MRC 2020 is being held instead of our annual RUN FOR RECOVERY.
The MOORE RECOVERY CHALLENGE 2020 will be held for two weeks starting September 28 thru October 16th. October is National Recovery Month.
The purpose of the MOORE RECOVERY CHALLENGE 2020 is an opportunity to bring awareness to the community about recovery from substance use disorder/addiction.
The MOORE RECOVERY CHALLENGE 2020 will utilize funds raised to establish A Community Recovery Center in Moore County to help provide those in recovery and their families with support through: group, individual and family programs and medicated assisted treatment options.
The Covid virus has had a major affect on those in recovery. Numbers have increased in overdoses and relapse. Also, an increase in alcohol consumption is a result of being isolated and alone. Drug Free Moore County is a non profit coalition whose mission is to provide support and resource information to families.
Sponsors will be listed in all marketing efforts a receive a face mask, and a sign to place at their business or home to help with the MOORE RECOVERY CHALLENGE.
$100 bronze
$250 silver
$500 Gold
$1,000 platinum
Yard Signs will also be available for purchase separately for $25
For more information contact DrugFreemc@gmail.com or 910-947-1902
Mail donations to Drug Free Moore County P.O. Box 639 Carthage NC 28327
All donations are welcomed and tax deductible. Drug Free Moore County Drug Free Moore County is a non-profit with contributions being tax deductible in accordance with Section 170 of the IRS code. Tax ID number is 58-1698139.

Moore Recovery Challenge
Moore Recovery Challenge

Our Mission

To be a positive influence in preventing and combatting substance use disorder in Moore County, North Carolina by increasing awareness, disseminating information, and garnering community support towards healthy choices and recovery.