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Buckets of Hope Inc.​

With VENMO  $25/person

T-shirt guaranteed with registration by Sept. 20th. Please note shirt size and participants' name(s) in comments.


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  • CHECK- Payable to Buckets of Hope Inc.     1811 E. Campion Blvd, Prairie du Chie​n, WI 53821

  • VENMO- use QR code above ^ 
  • With PayPal using link here:



7:30 -8:45am


9am - 11am​



Ticket sales-



@ approx. 11:45am

  10th Annual Buckets of Hope Inc. - Sue's Fun/Run Walk 5K

WHEN: ​ Saturday, October 8, 2022

Registration 7:30-8:45am ... Start- 9am

WHERE:  St. Feriole Island- Prairie du Chien, WI

                    Corner of 5th & Bolvin St.- Jaycee Shelter

Continuing a Legacy of Caring

Sue's Annual Fun Run/Walk 5K, organized by a group of Sue's Mara's close friends who created a non-profit organization in her honor- Buckets of Hope Inc., is held annually on the second Saturday of October.

All proceeds raised are given back to friends, neighbors and strangers near and far who are being impacted by life changing events. Since our first event in 2013, over $27,800 has been raised and donated towards transportation, medication expenses, support care costs etc. for more than 260 families and/or individuals.

  Hope can be a powerful force. Maybe there's no actual magic in it, but when you know what you hope for most and hold it like a light within you, you can make things happen, almost like magic.

  Sue Mara created that hope for so many, starting with her "Bucket List Babes", her co-workers, family, and friends. Sue was someone who made other people's wishes come true.

  Sue was a motivator and did so by organizing activities such as memory-making trips and exercise programs in her communities as well as being a dedicated member of the Great River Relay for Life to support the American Cancer Society. Sue's generosity and support towards others was limitless and her spirit is living on in those who loved her.