There is something very poetic and very meaningful about acknowledging the people or work that has been put into a project by incorporating them into the literal framework of the building. Their names and contributions will live on in the building or project they worked so hard for and on behalf of. Engraved bricks are great for communities and bigger businesses, and here’s how you could use them:
Are you looking for a fun and unique way to fundraise for your school? Whether you are fundraising for a new playing field, a new building block, fresh signage or anything in between personalised brick engraving is a great way for you to achieve your fundraising goals. Engraved bricks are a fun permanent way to thank sponsors for their donations and a proven way to generate funds.
So, after brainstorming in the boardroom for hours, you’ve settled on a brick advertising campaign to promote your business’ products and services. The next stage involves the implementation of the campaign.
Personalised bricks might not be your first choice if you are exploring new ways to raise money for a charitable cause, but they are becoming increasingly popular for many different types of fundraising projects. Easy to set up and very simple to organise, fundraising campaigns involving personalised bricks have many benefits, and we are going to explore them in greater detail here at Engrave Bricks Ltd.
If you’re an experienced fundraiser, the chances are you know of at least one person you believe should receive an MBE or other honour. With so many great people who make a real difference to our communities and charitable efforts, it’s a wonder why none of them have an honour, but it’s important to remember that the hundreds of people who are recognised every year are have been nominated by people like you or me.
Brick fundraising campaigns are an increasingly popular method for low to mid-level fundraising and works especially for your fundraising project if you have a broad base of mid-level donors to support you. Engraved walls or walkways can be indoor or outdoor, and brick fundraising works by attracting donors who will give you money in return for the chance to engrave a brick with their name or message.
Setting up a charity is a relatively simple process, with six simple steps in England and Wales. The first thing is to find at least 3 trustees in order to manage the running and finances of the charity. The next step is ensuring that the charity you’re planning to create falls into the government’s ‘charitable causes for the public benefit’ list. Once you’ve chosen your charity’s name and structure, all you need to do is create your governing document and register your charity. In the blog piece below, we’ll go into the process in more detail, so you can start fundraising and order your engraved brick on behalf of your donors.
Engraved bricks are a great way for you to increase the donations for your cause by offering people a lasting way to publically declare they’ve contributed to the cause. Often used for schools, community halls and sports clubs, engraved bricks will help you to raise a substantial amount of money and work to really build bonds and increase community spirit. Here at Engrave Bricks, there’s so much to know about our bricks before you decide to use them as a means for your fundraising campaign.
Whilst it may seem unlikely, there are plenty of interesting facts about bricks that will help you to see this humble building material in a whole new light. At Engrave Bricks Ltd, we work with bricks all day, and over the years, we’ve found out a number of truly amazing facts that will totally transform how you see this building material.
Bricks are a great building material for pretty much any building project you can think of. Many fundraising groups us engraved bricks as a way to achieve their targets, but as a general building material, bricks have a wide range of benefits you can enjoy.