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Coppell, TX -  A new update in Taylor’s Garden at Coppell Middle School East features personalized brick pavers from local community families and businesses supporting a local cause, Taylor’s Gift Foundation.


In 2010, the community came together to create a beautiful memorial garden in memory of Taylor Storch, a local Coppell student who tragically passed away in a skiing accident. Since it's creation, the garden has been a peaceful place where Coppell students and residents come to relax and fellowship. 


The brick paver campaign was launched by Taylor’s Gift Foundation as a way to help connect the community to the mission and work of the Foundation in Regifting Life, Renewing Health, and Restoring Families touched by organ donation.


“The brick pavers add such a beautiful and personal touch to Taylor’s Garden”, says Tara Storch, mother of Taylor and cofounder of Taylor’s Gift. “We are so touched by the support from Coppell residents and businesses to be a permanent part of this special place in the community.”  


100% of the proceeds go towards the mission of Taylor’s Gift Foundation and maintaining the beauty of the garden over the years.


The Foundation has received many more requests from individuals in the community who want to purchase a brick and because of this, they have opened the Brick Paver sales back up for individuals to purchase one for a loved one for the holidays.


To order an engraved brick paver, please visit 100% of the contribution is tax-deductible. 


Community members can visit the garden and see the latest installation at Coppell Middle School East (400 Mockingbird Ln, Coppell, TX ).  


About Taylor’s Gift Foundation

Taylor’s Gift Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization founded in 2010, with a mission to “Regift Life, Renew Health and Restore Families” by increasing official organ donor registries. The Foundation provides scholarships to graduating seniors and has Legacy Gift grants to help families touched by organ donation who are faced with financial difficulties. For more information, visit Follow the Foundation on Facebook: and Twitter:

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