Online registration has now closed. But, please join us on Saturday, Sept 19 at Wolfe Park, St. Louis Park- walk up/day of registrations are still available!
You can also continue to make donations to the cause by clicking "Donate" above or donating toward a team or individual's fundraising goals.
Step to INSPIRE
Give live and purpose to stroke and brain injury survivors by supporting awareness, education and outreach. Bring your family and friends and join us for Step to INSPIRE, a 5K* Run/Walk/Roll that raises funds to support Park Nicollet Foundation funded award winning INSPIRE programs for survivors of stroke and brain injury. You can see the 2014 event photos here.
*Shorter courses availableSaturday, September 19, 2015
Wolfe Park, 3700 Monterey Drive, St. Louis Park, MN 55416
|Registration Fee:||Regular||Early Bird (before Sept 6)|
|Children (12 or younger)||$15.00||$10.00|
|9:30am||5K Run Start|
|9:40am||5K Walk Start|
|9:50am||1/2 Mile Walk Start|
Create your own fundraising pages to raise funds as an individual, team or donate to a participant. or double your donation by seeing if your company has a matching gift program. Your donation is tax-deductible.
Our tax ID number is 23-7346465.
A silent auction will be held during the event. If you’re interested in donating an item to the silent auction, please fill out a silent auction donation form.
Checks can be made out to Park Nicollet Foundation and mailed to:Park Nicollet Foundation
6500 Excelsior Blvd
St. Louis Park, MN 55426
(please include the name of the team/individual and "Step to INSPIRE 2015" in the memo line)
Money raised supports Park Nicollet’s INSPIRE Program vital programs addressing the emotional and psychological aspects of a long term recovery from stroke and brain injury, including:
- Support Services
- Continuing rehabilitation after formal therapy is complete through groups
- Patient and family education
- Community Outreach
- Neurological Learning Center
- Scholarships used to assist stroke and brain injury survivors as they use our program to continue recovery efforts