Rusty’s Walk for Isaiah 117, sponsored by the Rusty Wallace Automotive Group

The Rusty Wallace Automotive Group is proud to support Mark’s Walk for Charity. As a group, we asked the Isaiah House what they needed most. They, of course, need financial support. More than that though, they need more folks to know about the important way they serve these children. Our goal is to raise awareness for the amazing work they do to provide a loving environment for children awaiting foster care. This mission comes close to home for many of our team. Can you help us spread the word?

Rusty’s Walk for Isaiah 117

52 Miles to Support Children Awaiting Foster Care

On January 17, 2023, Mark will set out from Rusty Wallace’s Toyota store which is located at 5944 West Andrew Johnson Hwy, Morristown, TN, 37814. He will finish the walk at Rusty Wallace Chevrolet, which is located on the other side of the state or more precisely at 224 South Main Street, Clinton, TN, 37716. The total distance between these stores is 52 miles! Mark plans to complete the walk in 18 hours. Will it snow that day? How cold will it be? Rain or shine, Mark is committed to finishing the walk regardless, so be sure to cheer him on!

Support Marks Walk & Show Isaiah 117 House Your Support Today

Whether you want to cheer Mark on during his walk or you would like to support Isaiah 117 House directly through donation, our team would like to thank you in advance.Here’s how you can help:

  1. Click Donate and make a donation on behalf of Mark’s Walk. Rusty Wallace will 100% MATCH all donations up to $25,000!
  2. Follow Isaiah 117 House on social media, and share their page with your friends
  3. Tell a friend! Share our posts about the walk to your page or just tell a friend how awesome they are

Read and learn more about them in the next section. THANKS for helping us support this amazing cause!

More About Isaiah 117 House

Isaiah 117 House is a national 501c3 nonprofit organization that provides safe environments for children who are waiting to be placed in the foster care system after removal from their homes. While the children are waiting for their placements, they can stay in these havens that are made to feel like home, as opposed to waiting in a social services office. In Tennessee alone, there are 19 homes that give the warmth, care, and love that children need – so they need all of our support to continue making these havens a reality.

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