New Canal Lighthouse BRICK Campaign
Buy A New Canal Lighthouse Brick Today!
Become a part of history and reserve your brick to help support the New Canal Lighthouse, a beacon of hope and safety for New Orleans for over 100 years.
The New Canal Lighthouse at West End along Lakeshore Drive was severely damaged by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita in 2005. The Lake Pontchartrain Basin Foundation has rebuilt the lighthouse and it now houses a museum and education center that offers to the public, environmental and historical programs focusing on the ecology of the Pontchartrain Basin, the history of the New Orleans region and the the history of the lighthouse.
Now you can help support this historic icon by purchasing a personalized Lighthouse brick for yourself or as a gift. Bricks come in three price levels listed below. You may list your name, the name of a loved one, friend, old boat, camp, pet club, the date, etc. It’s up to you!
All bricks have a maximum of 18 characters on each line. Each space and punctuation counts as a character. (Please note: Exceeding 18 characters per line may delay the processing of your brick order.)
4"x8" for $200.00 - 3 lines of text (18 character per line limit)
8"x8" for $500.00 - 4 lines of text or 3 lines of text and Lighthouse logo (18 character per line limit)
8"x8" for $1,000.00 - 4 lines of text or 3 lines of text and a personal logo (Logo must be in vector format. 18 character per line limit.).
If paying by credit card, please provide text for brick at checkout.
Everyone purchasing a brick will receive a commemorative certificate recognizing you as a lighthouse supporter. Bricks are installed in groups. We will notify you when your brick is installed and show where it’s located on the site.
To purchase your brick by mail, please complete this form and send it with your payment to
Lake Pontchartrain Basin Foundation, P.O. Box 6965 Metairie, LA 70009-6965.
If you have any questions or would like to purchase your brick by phone, please call Sonja at 504-836-2205 or email her at Sonja@saveourlake.org.