1. Veterans Memorials
Across the United States, Veteran Memorials are created to honor the men and women who have served our country. Adding an engraved memorial brick walkway or an engraved tile wall can be a standalone memorial project or can help to enhance an existing monument.
Veteran memorials programs or engraved monuments have been created by cities, military bases, foundations and military organizations like the American Legion, & VFW Posts. None military organizations like the Boy Scouts & Girl Scouts of America also create veteran memorials with engraved bricks or tiles as part of their Eagle Scout Projects and Girl Scout Gold Awards.
Memorial bricks may include the name of the of the serviceman or woman, nicknames used, a branch of service, dates served, date of birth and death, conflict or war served in. Military emblems, logos, and ranks can also be engraved to further customize the engraved memory brick
2. Religious Memorial
Another memorial project we see very often are memorials for churches, synagogues, temples and other houses of worship. Fundraising for churches is always relevant. Religious organizations create beautiful garden memorials, walkways, and patios using engraved bricks. Interior projects using engraved memorial tiles also adorn walls, flooring and pulpit areas.
3. Medical Memorials
Hospitals and Hospice groups can raise funds to create awareness, help find a cure and find better ways to treat and manage diseases and conditions. Hospitals and Hospice groups may also create an area like a courtyard or an engraved brick walkway at the facility with the sole purpose of honoring patients that have passed. Family members and loved ones can buy engraved memorial brick and memorial tiles to give tribute to loved ones that have passed. The benefit of fundraising for hospitals is hard to overestimate.
If you’re a veteran, religious or medical organization, contact us today to get started on your own brick fundraising or memorial project!