Isaiah 117 House At Chambliss Center For Children Launches Pathway Of Hope Brick Fundraiser

Tuesday, August 16, 2022

Chambliss Center for Children and partner organization, Isaiah 117 House, announce the Pathway of Hope brick fundraiser benefiting the first Isaiah 117 House in Hamilton County.

Supporters of the Isaiah 117 House at Chambliss Center for Children are invited to purchase a customizable brick online to be used in the construction of the house’s driveway, named the Pathway of Hope. The brick pavers, available in size 4” x 8” and 8” x 8”, are priced at $117 and $250, respectfully.

In addition to an engraved brick, donors have the option of purchasing a donation certificate, a replica brick or a miniature replica brick to be displayed or gifted to an honoree. Proceeds from the Pathway of Hope fundraiser will help supply necessary funds to build the Isaiah 117 House on the property of Chambliss Center for Children for youth entering foster care in Hamilton County. 

“The Pathway of Hope fundraiser is a unique opportunity to show your support of the Isaiah 117 House at Chambliss Center for Children by purchasing a personalized, engraved brick,” said Emily Barrow, director of Development at Chambliss Center for Children. “These bricks can be a way to honor your family, friends, business or the memory of a loved one. Not only will you be able to help us build this much needed home for children entering the foster care system, but you can also leave a lasting legacy in our community.” 

The deadline to purchase a brick is Friday, Sept. 9. Bricks can be purchased by visiting chamblisscenter.org/pathway-of-hope or contacting Emily Barrow at esbarrow@chamblisscenter.org.


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