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Purchase a commemorative brick for yourself, or in memory or honor of friends and loved ones. All proceeds go directly to build Transitional Housing units for CAPSA clients.
Facts and Frequently Asked Questions
How can I purchase a brick?
There are two ways to purchase your brick:
- Purchase your brick online through our secure online donation page. Be sure to select "Transitional Housing Bricks" as your reason for the donation, and use the Comments section to let us know what you want engraved on your brick. Engravings are limited to 3 lines and 12 characters per line (including spaces and punctuation). CAPSA reserves the right to review and reject any inappropriate content.
All the information is secure, and we respect your privacy so we will never sell, distribute, or otherwise disseminate any of your information to any third parties.
- Download the order form and mail it to CAPSA with a check or money order, or fill out your credit/debit card information on the form to pay with a card.
How many housing units will be built?
We have 9 buildings planned for the Logan area and another fourplex planned for Hyrum.
How much money needs to be raised by the community?
Not counting grants and large donations, we will need to raise $100,000 as a community. That means selling over 2,500 bricks.
How much is a brick?
Each brick is $50
Can I put more than one name on a brick?
Yes. You could potentially even put three. It depends on how long the names are. Engravings are limited to three lines and 12 characters per line.
What is done currently for transitional housing?
A federal grant provides limited transitional housing in the form of a rent subsidy. CAPSA's transitional housing project is much better for the following reasons:
- It's a more efficient use of funds
- It's safer
- It protects the individual's privacy
- It will eventually be self-sustaining
How many people currently use some form of transitional housing?
Currently there are 18 families using transitional housing at scattered sites around Cache Valley.
When will this brick campaign end?
This commemorative brick drive is ongoing. You can purchase a brick individually or make a donation.
Is domestic violence and abuse a real problem in Cache Valley?
More than you would think. To get an idea of the level of need, you can set up a time for a tour of the CAPSA shelter by calling 435-753-2500.