Support These Local Causes by Purchasing a Commemorative Brick

Purchasing these pavers means helping worthy nonprofits and local organizations. Here’s how you can get in on the action.

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Commemorative bricks, or pavers, are a money maker for organizations and nonprofits looking to support their initiatives. Check out these sales and get in on the action.

St. Rita’s School for the Deaf
The old boys’ dormitory that St. Rita’s used for its annual haunted house for nearly 40 years was demolished in 2018, but the spooky memories will live on when you purchase one of the building’s bricks. Act fast—only 200 are available. $100 each (plus $15 shipping)

Findlay Market 
You can now have your name immortalized on a paver in the breezeway between the farmers’ market farm shed and the north market doors at Findlay Market. Proceeds go to Findlay Market’s food education programs, sustainability initiatives, and local entrepreneurs. $100 each 

Colerain Township Memorial
Help honor Colerain Township police, firefighters, and municipal workers as well as veterans from all service branches when you buy a paver for this memorial located in the plaza at the intersection of Springdale Road and Colerain Avenue. $75 for 4×8-inch, $500 for 16×16-inch

Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center
Show your support for your favorite children’s hospital with an engraved paver in front of its new emergency department through the ongoing fundraising campaign for the Critical Care building. $1,000 for 4×8-inch, $2,500 for 8×8-inch

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