Do you have a fundraising brochure?
Yes, we have a comprehensive, professional fundraising Canada package and we have a fundraising calculator that will be a big help with your project, please click on the ‘CONTACT’ menu item and select ‘DOWNLOADS’
Why do a brick fundraising program?
No upfront capital expenses, you collect your money and then you pay for the engraved bricks. Engraved bricks have a proven track record and have been used with success to raise substantial revenue for many great causes. No need to think of a new fundraiser next year, just add on to your initial program. These bricks sell themselves once they are in place and in view of your potential buyers.
Do you offer tiered pricing or minimum quantities?
We do not use a tiered pricing format and we have no minimum quantities. Tiered pricing and minimum quantities is great for the engraving company but it does not support the customers fund raising needs. We offer our best price regardless of quantity and in this way we are both vested to make your program a success. It also provides a consistent model for future planning as many successful projects span a couple of years.
Should I have 4×8 pavers, 8×8 pavers, 12×12 pavers or all?
All. The goal of any fundraising campaign is to raise revenue. By offering multiple products you can tier your pricing to make additional revenue. Individuals, families and business sponsors will often step up to a higher donation for more lines of text or logos for greater visible recognition. Our most successful brick fundraising projects have used tiered pricing.
When should I start my brick fundraising program?
As soon as you can. The longer the timeline between marketing and installation, the more bricks you will sell. The first steps are simple and we can help you to get your program up and running quickly. Our experience shows that successful marketing leads to successful fundraising.
What process do you use to engrave bricks?
The process we use to engrave our bricks is sandblasting. This allows us to provide a deep, permanent engraving, the engraved areas are then painted with the best stone paint available.