What's Happening at BrickWays
We’re one of three designated nonprofits that will benefit from Lucky’s Market’s Bags for Change program. All you have to do is shop! And bring your own bag.
Eat more Morsels! The BRICKLEWAYS morsel is on sale through February at Morsels, 321 E. Front St., in downtown TC and 25 cents from each sale benefits BrickWays. You can even win a prize!
Our annual Beer Pairing Dinner is Thursday, May 2. This really fun evening includes wonderful food from the team at Boone’s Long Lake Inn paired with inventive beers from Right Brain Brewery. Bring your friends and family for a great evening.
Our residences are designed so that the people that live there enjoy privacy and community interaction as they make new friends, gain confidence and receive support from family, friends or care team members
Our services address education, employment, healthcare and other concerns, self-advocacy initiatives, residential support, family support, employment programs, leisure and recreational programs.
At Brickways, we delight in providing our residents with thoughtful and endearing experiences. From recreational activities to going on extra special events, we try to keep our residents and clients engaged and thriving within the community.
Would you like to make a difference in the lives of adults with developmental disabilities? You can do that by making a donation today to the BrickWays. You can donate to our general fund or to a particular living center, activity, or area of need.
What's Going On?
shop at lucky’s
Bring your own bags when you buy groceries at Lucky’s Market and you’ll get a token to donate to BrickWays. This promotion runs through April!
Beer Pairing Dinner
Join us at Boone’s Long Lake Inn Thursday, May 2, for wonderful food paired with inventive beer from Right Brain Brewery.
eat more morsels
Throughout February, 25 cents from the sale of each BRICKLEWAYS morsel will benefit BrickWays! And YOU can win a prize too.
The BrickWays Experience
Experiences are the gifts that keep giving! According to researchers at Cornell University, experiential purchases (money spent on doing) tend to provide more enduring happiness than material purchases.
Dedicated to change.
In 1975, Mary Jean Brick had a vision. She believed with all her heart that individuals with a disability wanted to find a place in the community to call “A Home of Their Own.” Mary Jean’s vision, inspired by her special needs son and sister became the Community Living Center.