Buy-A-Brick for the 60th Reunion

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Buy a brick to commemorate your experiences with Adventure Unlimited and DiscoveryBound. It will be available for you, your friends and family to see in time for the Reunion!

A Lasting Legacy

The Adventure Unlimited – DiscoveryBound Pathways to Remember Brick Program is a truly wonderful way for you to support the organization you cherish and to have a permanent place of remembrance at the A/U Ranches.

What is it?

It’s a recognition and fundraising program designed for you and your loved ones to build a lasting legacy while paving the way for future generations of Christian Science youth.

How does it work?

Choose between two different size commemorative stones that you may engrave however you wish. Gift certificates are available allowing individuals to choose their own inscription. Proceeds will go to the Annual Fund for the A/U Ranches or DiscoveryBound, supporting continuous year-round programing for Christian Science youth.


Benefits of Buying Bricks?

In addition to the meaningful satisfaction of knowing you’ve helped a child have a life-changing, spiritually enriching adventure, your brick will become part of the permanent pathways at the A/U Ranches (currently bricks are being placed at the pool complex leading up to Wyly Lodge), and it’s all 100% tax deductible! You can also order a replica of your engraved brick which can be proudly displayed for friends and family.

What difference does my brick make?

People choose to support our mission in a variety of different ways. We are stronger, better, and more purposeful because of your involvement. It is important to share your story and appreciation with today’s youth so they can understand the value of the opportunities currently available to them. The Pathways to Remember Brick Program allows you to show your remembrance in a lasting way. Sign me up! 

Thank you for your support!


One Response to “Buy-A-Brick for the 60th Reunion”

  1. Christie Francis

    I know it would require some sort of record-keeping document, but it would be great if the general location (chapel, pool steps, Chuck steps) of donor bricks could be documented so as to steer the donor/buyer there when visiting (IF they ask). This summer I looked in vain for a brick we’d purchased to honor my parents a year or two ago.


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