CONSTITUTION PLAZA

Constitution Plaza Brick Paver Campaign
Purchase a brick to help bring knowledge and understanding

of the U.S. Constitution to our communities and our children

Project Update: 27 new pavers installed!

USCSF Paver Campaign Video 2022
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The Constitution Plaza

is a great local symbol for patriotism and love for our country.

In December 2018, Nassau County set aside 700 square feet of the Robert M. Foster Justice Center for an area designated “The Constitution Plaza” to enshrine with brick pavers the names of student graduates and scholarship winners.

 

Additionally, donations for pavers in The Constitution Plaza by private citizens or corporations are enshrined and used to help provide scholarships for the students. These funds are used exclusively for scholarships.

The Constitution Plaza is a place to honor and remember those who have made our community and our country great:

Students                            U.S. Military                     First Responders

Teachers                            Veterans                          Firemen

Police Officers                   Judges                             Doctors/Nurses

                                                    Those We Love

The U.S. Constitution Scholarship Foundation

Al Watson     Howard Pines     Jim Flynn     Rod Odom     Tripp Amos

 

The U.S. Constitution Scholarship Foundation is a non-profit corporation organized under the laws of the State of Florida and is recognized by the IRS as a tax-exempt, public charity identified as a 501(c)(3) organization.