Paving the Way Forward
Hosted by Fundraising Brick
Engraved Paver Order Deadline is July 15th, annually.
For additional information regarding our engraved paver campaign please contact Beth Henley at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 502-254-4259.
Paving the Way Forward creates permanent tributes prominently displayed in the beautiful courtyards of Christian Care Communities in Louisville’s Historic District and in Hopkinsville. Each professionally engraved paver becomes a part of a welcoming entrance to Christian Care Communities, honoring and memorializing individuals, congregations and organizations who mean so much to our legacy of care.
In Louisville, the paver area includes a large gathering pavilion, play area for children, raised bed gardens, walking path with exercise stations, legacy fountain, and resting benches – all surrounded by beautiful flowering trees, shrubbery and perennial flora.
In Hopkinsville, the paver area includes an inviting portico entrance to the Christian Health Center, knee wall for resting, bird fountain, courtyard benches and beautiful shrubbery and flower garden.
“These two courtyards are an ideal way to memorialize, honor or show appreciation for a loved one in the heart of the community and help carry forward our mission tradition of Faith – Care – Family.” Mary Lynn Spalding, CEO & President
By ordering one or more laser-inscribed pavers for a family member, close friend, or even yourself – you will be leaving a permanent imprint on Christian Care Communities. Proceeds from the Paving the Way Forward Program will be used to maintain and improve the courtyards for the enjoyment of residents, friends, family and staff for generations to come. The annual deadline is June 30th and you will receive a beautiful certificate acknowledging your special tribute plus an invitation to the annual paver installation ceremony held each fall, bringing further honor to your loved one.
“This is your opportunity to memorialize or honor a loved one, leaving a lasting symbol of your commitment to the important mission of Christian Care Communities.” Jim Patton, Vice President of Advancement and General Counsel