Building a Lifetime of Possibility
The Bricks of Opportunity Campaign is a unique chance to show your support and leave your permanent mark on our community. Donate a personalized brick to be showcased at the main entrance to the new Center of Excellence in Autism and Developmental Disorders, open August 2021 on the Spring Harbor Hospital campus in Portland, Maine.
These commemorative bricks make an ideal gift and are a wonderful way to honor accomplishments and milestones in the lives of your friends and family. Your gift will provide crucial funding to help Maine Behavioral Healthcare better serve the more than 40,000 children and adults across Maine who have been diagnosed with autism or another developmental disorder.
Proceeds benefit Maine Behavioral Healthcare’s $7.35 million capital campaign to construct a 28,000 square foot state-of-the-art Center of Excellence in Autism and Developmental Disorders. This Center will transform our existing programs by allowing us to serve clients across their lifespan, extending our reach to adults and very young children.
The Bricks of Opportunity Campaign is a new initiative that will enable our community to assist with the construction while creating a timeless honorarium or memorial. These engraved bricks will become a lifelong tribute to each person who invests in a brick and supports the Center of Excellence at Maine Behavioral Healthcare.
Just follow the simple step-by-step process below to place your order. Be sure you are happy with your brick design as it will look very similar to the image on your computer when completed.
Order Deadline: October 1, 2021
(To guarantee installation in November, 2021)
Pay online with a major credit card (VISA/MC/AMEX/DISC).
Follow the on-screen directions during checkout.
Prefer to make a gift via cash or check?
Please click here for donation form and submit your gift by mail to:
Development Office, 78 Atlantic Place, South Portland, ME 04106.
If you have any questions, please contact
Cornell Stinson, Interim Director of Development at
207-661-6667 (office), 617-842-2848 (cell) or