Commemorative Brick Fund

CREATE A LASTING MEMORY ... ENRICH A LIFE

The Maine Township High School District 207 Educational Foundation invites you to create a lasting memory to honor or remember your family, friends, or organization. You can do so by participating in a brick beautification project in sites already designated at Maine East, Maine West, and Maine South.

The beautification project is funded by your purchase of bricks inscribed with a name, date, special comment, or your company logo. There are a limited number of trees to be purchased which can have name-plates attached.

Established in 1993, the Educational Foundation raises funds to support enrichment programs and to meet specific needs that are outside the District’s regular budget. Funds have been provided for program enrichment, faculty and student mini-grants, special events, internships and scholarships, special purchases, and other projects that augment our high-quality education throughout the District. Our largest project to date has been a District-wide, student-tutoring program available at no cost to all students.

The commemorative brick beautification will enhance the environment where our students learn. All funds raised beyond those needed to fund the brick project will be used solely for educational enrichment projects at each of our high schools. Your gift will not only provide beauty but also the opportunity for student enrichment that will last a lifetime.

Each high school has selected a location where your contribution can be seen and enjoyed. Please seriously consider being a part of this lasting memorial. 

Student sponsoring organizations will receive 10% of all brick sales that 

they sell. 


If your order is a memorial or to honor 

someone, please include a name and address, 

and acknowledgement of your gift will 

be sent.


The Brick order form PDF can be found below,

There are also available small standardized drawings or icons that can be added at an additional $5 charge each.


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