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West Houston Community Invited to Make a Lasting Mark at New Pediatric Community Hospital

April 26, 2010 – Katy, Texas - Businesses and families in West Houston and surrounding areas are being invited to make their name a permanent part of a new community landmark, Texas Children’s Hospital West Campus, by underwriting a brick for the West Campus Brick Campaign. Recently announced by the hospital, the brick campaign will raise funds to support Texas Children’s first community pediatric hospital, currently under construction at the intersection of Interstate 10 and Barker Cypress Road. With a gift of $500 or more, a brick will be engraved with the donor’s name and permanently installed as part of the West Campus entrance plaza, creating a lasting legacy for participants and helping to ensure that high quality pediatric care will be accessible to the community for years to come.  For more information on Texas Children’s West Campus brick campaign, see: www.bit.ly/WestCampusBricks.

Donors purchasing bricks before August 31, 2010 will be recognized with a specially-designated brick featuring the word “Founder” engraved above their personalized inscription on their selected brick style. Among the first installed, Founders’ bricks will be placed in a circular area of the plaza just a few steps from the main entrance. The brick unveiling will take place during the grand opening of the hospital’s inpatient facility and emergency center in spring of 2011.

Three types of bricks are available for purchase through the West Campus Brick Campaign:

  • 4” x 8” with two lines of inscription for $500
  • 4” x 8” with three lines of inscription for $1,000
  • 6” x 9” with four lines of inscription for $5,000

For each brick ordered as an honor or tribute, a special acknowledgement can be requested.  To order bricks or for more information, please visit www.westcampusbricks.texaschildrens.org.  Please mention you found this on www.KatyMagazine.com.

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