Buy A Brick
The Buy a Brick program provides the opportunity for everyone to participate in the SoulSavers Initiative. The Buy a Brick program invests current residents, alumni, staff, and others in the life saving work of Beit T'Shuvah by directly contributing, on a sustaining basis, to the construction of our new facility. The name of every Buy a Brick member will be inscribed on a brick on "Shirley's Patio" - fittingly, a space at Beit T'Shuvah where our staff and residents find relaxation and respite, key elements of a lasting recovery.

Buy a Brick for
  • 4" brick $1,080 total $18/month ($216 annually) for 5 years
  • 8" brick $2,160 total $36/month ($432 annually) for 5 years





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Please provide notification as installments are due (for payments not being made monthly automatically by credit card)
I am/we are pleased to be included in all offical published donor lists as appropriate.
*Please notify Beit T'Shuvah if you no longer wish to continue your pledge to this fund.


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