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Veteran Brick Donation

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We honor all Veteran customers by donating a brick in their name to the Forgotten Soldier Program. These bricks are installed in the Armed Forces Pavilion & Community Garden in Auburn CA, a peaceful place open to the public, that is located adjacent to the program.

The Forgotten Soldier Program is an Auburn CA based non-profit dedicated to helping Veterans struggling with PTSD and other issues that can arise after service. They serve Veterans at their office, and also visit multiple Veteran hospitals in the Sacramento area on a weekly basis. They operate entirely on donations (like these bricks), as they provide their services to Veterans and their families at no cost.

If you are a Veteran customer of ours, please fill out the form below and we’ll get your brick order processed. 

Note: Please limit each “brick line” to 22 characters

Upon submission, we will process your brick donation within a week. It typically takes 2-3 months for the brick to be installed. We will do our best to send a photo once it is installed; however, if you do not hear from us after 3 months, please reach out and we will happily get a photo of your brick for you!

You can see where the bricks are laid around the fountain

Entrance to the Armed Forces Pavilion & Community Garden in Auburn, CA

Back section of the garden

Why we support this program

1. The healing and service that is performed through the Forgotten Soldier Program is a perfect example of selflessly caring for those in great need. Their services are 100% free to Veterans and their families.

2. I witnessed testimonies of Veterans who have been helped. I heard of their deep pain and struggles, and the positive transformation they’ve had since being helped by the program.

3. I have seen that only Veterans can truly understand the sacrifice of their service – a sacrifice many of them currently make even after being out of the military. I have not only experienced this in my involvement with the Forgotten Soldier Program, but also through beloved family members who have served.

4. My wife and I strive to run our business in a way that aligns with our faith in God. Rather than maximizing financial gain, we seek to use our business to heal and help people in our local community. 1 Corinthians 10:31: So whether you eat or drink or whatever you do, do it all for the glory of God.

I want to sincerely thank you for your business. I love what I get to do every day, and am constantly learning so I can continue to best serve you and your business. To be able to setup a giving program like this wouldn’t be possible without you, so thank you! -Jason

Visit the Forgotten Soldier Program website here.