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Leave your mark at the ADA House in Washington

November 13, 2017

By Michelle Manchir

Washington — Earlier this year, the ADA opened the doors to the ADA House in the heart of D.C.'s Capitol Hill district. Now the ADA is inviting members to make their own mark on the property by purchasing personalized bricks.

The double paver bricks, which will be laid on the front or back patio of the house, depending on participation level, will feature personalized engravings of up to six lines of text, with 20 characters per line (including spaces and punctuation.)

Back patio bricks cost $500 while front patio bricks are going for $1,000.

Image of ADA bricks
A strong foundation: The engraved brick campaign allows ADA members to leave their mark at the ADA House in Washington, D.C. Here are some examples of brick inscriptions.
Money raised from this campaign will be reinvested into the ADA House for future renovations and upkeep.

To see brick inscription examples or to place a brick order, visit fundraisingbrick.com/ADA.

For questions regarding the engraved brick campaign, email Sarah Milligan, director, American Dental Political Action Committee and political affairs at milligans@ada.org.

The ADA celebrated the grand opening of the ADA House, at 137 C St. SE, as a way to make it easier for representatives or their staff to attend events or meet with dentist constituents.

For information about visiting the ADA House, call the ADA's Washington office at 1-202-898-2400.