Buy-A-Brick in the Klauer Family Courtyard

The inner courtyard at Hazel Hawkins Hospital is a pleasant area to relax, get fresh air, and enjoy the serenity. It is used by patients, physicians and hospital staff, and is a nice waiting area for families. The Foundation is sponsoring a beautification project to include new brick pavers, giving the community the opportunity to leave a lasting impression by having your personal message engraved on a brick. The engraving can include your name, a business name, or can be made in honor or memory of someone special.

There are 2 sizes to choose from:

4 x 8 brick paver (up to 3 lines of 19 characters) – $100.00

8 x 8 brick paver (up to 6 lines of 19 characters) – $250.00

Last day to order your engraved brick for initial placement in the Hazel Hawkins Hospital Klauer Family Courtyard is July 31, 2017 (or earlier if all spaces are filled).

Two options to order:

  • Download PDF order form to mail to the Foundation with check or credit card number:

Buy-A-Brick Order Form PDF>

  • Order online:

Hazel Hawkins Hospital Buy-A-Brick

Your donation is 100% tax deductible. Thanks!

Engraved bricks make a nice gift. Download Gift Certificate PDF:

Buy-A-Brick Gift Certificate PDF>

Frequently Asked Questions: FAQ PDF >

Call the Foundation office with questions at 831-635-1101.

Operation Renovation

The Foundation’s current campaign is “Operation Renovation: Enhancing Our Healing Environment.” This is a 3-year project to raise funds to renovate the corridors, waiting area, and 26 patient rooms in the main hospital.

With the money raised at the 2013 Foundation Dinner Dance, the main hospital got a new look. High-grade easy-maintenance vinyl replaced the carpeting, walls got a fresh coat of paint, and hand railings were installed. Additional work completed in Operation Renovation was the refurbishment of five patient rooms in the former OB with new state-of-the art beds, flooring, paint, furniture, and bathroom upgrades, thanks to a grant from Monterey Peninsula Foundation.

With the funds from the 2014/2015 Dinner Dances, ten more rooms have been completed, including four in ICU and the quad with individual wall unit televisions per bed. The successful 2016 Dinner Dance Fundraiser provided the final funds to refurbish the remaining seven rooms which will wrap up Operation Renovation. The work is scheduled for completion July/August 2017.