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Gold Brick Campaign

Individuals, as well as groups and organizations, may purchase a brick that will be engraved with a personalized message. These commemorative bricks pave the main entrance of the resource center and are a permanent part of the largest investment in organization’s history.

Honor someone or something important in your life through this special opportunity:
ACRC Gold brick

4″ x 8″ Standard Brick    gold-bar

View more message ideas and

Examples:

  • Leave a lasting legacy of your love ones
  • Congratulate a graduate or future graduate.
  • Recognize a family member who made a difference.
  • Celebrate a person who helped make your dreams come true.
  • Leave a inspiring inscribed for those who will follow.
  • Commemorate God’s work in your life or in the life of your family.

Your tax-deductible gift reserves the corresponding brick paver of your choice, which we will engrave and install with your message and/or name of your choosing.

Brick Options

Standard

(4” x 8”)

Up to 3 lines of engraving  $250

(18 characters & spaces per line)

Up to 6 lines of engraving   $500

(18 characters & spaces per line)

Up to 12 lines of engraving or logo* $1000

(25 characters & spaces per line)

Limited quantity

 

Custom logo only (no text)

After the order payment is made for a Premium Brick containing a logo, the donor will receive an email with instructions for submitting the logo. Once the logo is received, a representative will confirm that the logo meets the engraver’s and the university’s standards. The organization will remain in contact with the donor until the process is finalized and the Development Call Center will be available to answer questions by phone or via email at nameabrick@acrcusa.org or info@acrcusa.org

Although ACRC will make every effort to honor a donor’s wishes, the Organization reserves the right to approve all wording and designs on the bricks.

All gifts are tax deductible, to the extent allowed by law.

 

 

 

 

Please note: The items pictured above are examples. The actual bricks may vary in appearance to complement the architectural design. The major entrance of the center will be paved with these commemorative bricks in a pattern determined by the organization. The bricks will not actually be installed until construction is nearing completion.