Support the Weeks Brick House & Gardens
You can donate to the Weeks Brick House & Gardens here online, make your donation in honor or memory of someone special, or even set up recurring donations! Use the form below to contribute with a credit card, debit card or PayPal account.
To Mail a Check
Donations in any amount can be made payable to “The Weeks Brick House” and sent to: The Weeks Brick House and Gardens, P.O. Box 93, Greenland, NH 03840.
Buy a Custom Engraved Brick
Now you can memorialize, celebrate, or honor your family member with a custom-engraved brick on our Memorial Brick Walkway.
In late fall 2009 a new brick walkway was added at the rear approach to the Weeks Brick House. Not only is it an improvement to safety and aesthetics, but it also provides a new way to pay lasting tribute to Weeks family ancestors and longtime supporters of the Weeks Brick House & Gardens — The Memorial Brick Walkway Project. Now you can memorialize, honor, dedicate, or show appreciation to ancestors, family members, or special friends by ordering a custom-engraved brick for placement in the walkway of the Weeks Brick House & Gardens — the original family homestead on the National Register of Historic Places.
We have endeavored to keep the cost-per-brick modest enough so that one can recognize multiple individuals the cost is just $100 per brick, which includes preparation, engraving, and placement. For complete information, see our Brick Inscription Order Form.
Just print out and complete the form with your inscription, return it to us with your check, and your inscribed brick will be installed after the next round of engraving in time for the next annual meeting.
Send your completed form with your check to: Weeks Brick House & Gardens, P. O. Box 93, Greenland, NH 03840.
We’re a non-profit … just one on-call employee … and a small board of willing grunt-workers
Leonard Weeks and Descendants in America, Inc., the organization charged with the care & maintenance of the Weeks Brick House, is a non-profit, tax-exempt corporation that depends heavily on the financial support of members and friends to responsibly maintain and preserve the 1710 Weeks Brick House.
We have one paid part-time office administrator. Our annual meeting events, educational sessions, colonial garden, consultation with preservation specialists, publications. Since 1975 volunteer board members have served with energy and commitment and made the tough financial and preservation decisions. (See our Membership Page for some organizational history, milestones since 1975, and our mission statement.)
Family associations are often perceived as closed and elitist, but not at the Weeks Brick House. Our valued membership includes loyal Weeks family descendants near-and-far, across New England and the U.S., but a connection to the Weeks family is certainly not a requirement for membership, or for donations. In fact, at present our board is a blend of community members, history & preservation enthusiasts, and museum professionals, as well as Weeks descendants.
Therefore, whether you are a Weeks descendant far from the ancestral homeland, a preservation advocate, or an interested neighbor, you can be sure your tax-deductible donation will be appreciated and used wisely to ensure the Weeks Brick House and Gardens remains a family and community asset for generations to come.
Generations of history nestled in beautiful Greenland New Hampshire.
Come visit us today!
Weeks Ave. • Off Rte. 33. • Greenland, NH