Walk of Honor
Designating a brick or paver in the CVM Walk of Honor is the perfect way to tell family and friends how much they mean to you and at the same time support the teaching, health studies and service activities at the College of Veterinary Medicine. A tax-deductible contribution of $200 or more earns you a brick in the Walk of Honor. Gifts of $500 or more qualify for an 18″ stone paver. Each brick and paver in the walkway is a lasting testament honoring a friend – animal or human.
Frequently Asked Questions
4″ x 8″ bricks are $200.00 18″ x 18″ concrete pavers are $500.00
Yes, your donation is tax-deductible to the full extent allowed by law. You will receive a receipt from NC State for your tax records.
Bricks are traditional 4″ x 8″ bricks engraved with your selected text. There is space for up to 3 lines of text with 18 characters per line including spaces. Pavers are 18″ x 18″ concrete pavers engraved with your selected text. There is space for up to 8 lines of text with 24 characters per line including spaces. You may choose All caps, Title Case or Mixed Case. We recommend All Caps for maximum readability and durability. Special characters may be used and do count as a space.
Bricks/Pavers are installed 4 times per year. If an email has been provided, you will be notified by email when the brick/paver is installed.
Inscriptions Received By
If an email was provided, within 3 weeks of submitting your inscription, you will receive an email from firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm the layout, prior to the order being submitted to our vendor.
If an email was provided, the walkway and section location will be sent to you when your brick/paver has been installed. You may also search for the location here (Search here ).
Contact us at (919)513-6660 or email@example.com
Walk of Honor Stories
One for Charlie
Charlie began to show signs of a problem that is unfortunately common in Cavalier King Charles Spaniels, mitral valve disease, a degenerative heart condition. In the spring of 2016, Charlie’s cough grew worse...