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Give the Gift of Empowerment

Your donation empowers Wayside to create lasting change for thousands of women, children and families in our community.

There are so many worth causes you could give to, but none that are so transformative for future generations.

Why Support Wayside

Women and families don’t come in pieces, and neither should our services. When you give to Wayside, 100% of your donation goes directly to providing individualized care for women and whole-family treatment proven to disrupt the transmission of risk for her children. Wayside empowers women and children with the tools they need to recover their lives, but it is donors like you who empower Wayside to provide families with everything they need to heal, stabilize, and thrive.

SUGGESTED AMOUNTS

$50

covers co-pays and transportation to pediatric appointments

$100

provides a month’s worth of diapers and wipes for a baby born at Family Treatment

$250

pays her damage deposit for safe and sober housing

$500

helps families continue working toward reunification

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PLANNED GIVING
Make a lasting impact on the future of Wayside Recovery Center by making a legacy donation. 

MAIL A CHECK
Make check payable to Wayside Recovery Center and mail to:

Wayside Recovery Center
Attn: Advancement

3705 Park Center Blvd.
St. Louis Park, MN 55416

CORPORATE MATCHING GIFTS
Many companies will match donations to nonprofit organizations. Contact your human resources department and double your donation.

SPONSORSHIP
Our events bring together hundreds of business professionals annually. Help us create lasting change for families in our community by sponsoring an event.

GIVE IN-KIND
As women establish their new life in recovery, many are in need of basic items when they leave treatment.

GIVE MONTHLY
Recurring donations empower Wayside to provide women, children and families with the support they need in real-time where the need is greatest.

Questions?

If you have questions or would like to speak to staff, please contact Hillary Luther.