After 36 years of service, Crime Stoppers of Houston will be opening the "Dave Ward Building, Crime Stoppers of Houston," a three-story facility that will proudly stand as the first-ever Crime Stoppers’ headquarters anywhere in the world.

Ultimately, it was Dave Ward who put Crime Stoppers of Houston in the national and international spotlight and to this day, he remains the "Voice of Crime Stoppers". Our new home is being constructed at 3001 Main Street creating Houston's First Public Safety and Crime Prevention Block. A mission-driven monument to crime prevention, this building will also be a highly efficient, secure hub for centralized operations, staff, volunteers, victims, law enforcement and media.

Be a part of the history we are making with the first-ever Crime Stoppers headquarters by making a gift today!

We are pleased to offer commemorative brick pavers that can be inscribed and will forever sit on this Public Safety and Crime Prevention Block in Midtown. Only a limited number are available.

Buy one in honor of law enforcement or a victim family; or simply as a stamp of your family’s commitment to public safety.

How much does each brick cost?

 - Small Brick: 3” x 18” paver with 2 lines of engraving: $150

 - Large Brick: 5” x 24” paver with 3 lines of engraving: $225


Logo can be included for an additional $50*
Bricks are already placed and will be engraved 3 weeks from order confirmation. Main Street side bricks will be engraved first.

Making a gift to our Capital Campaign is easy!

If you are ready to make your gift, please complete this PLEDGE FORM.

You may also contact our Development Team directly at 832-849-1587 for further assistance. 

Showcase your support of our crime solving and prevention programs by making a donation to our program wall - your name or company name will forever live on the Program Wall in our new facility*!

Donate to the Building Program Wall now!

*Donations of $5,000 and above will receive recognition on the Program Donor Wall

Capital Campaign Donors

1 million +
  • Harris County Sheriff's Office
  • Anonymous Gift
$500,000 - $999,000
  • The Fondren Foundation
  • Anonymous Gift
$250,000 - $499,000
  • The Cullen Foundation
  • Harris County District Attorney's Office
  • Houston Endowment
  • City of Houston
  • The Hamill Foundation
  • CenterPoint Energy
$100,000 - $249,000
  • John and Bobbie Nau/Silver Eagle Distributors
  • Strake Foundation
  • Albert & Ethel Herzstein Charitable Foundation
  • The Brown Foundation Inc.
  • Becker Family Foundation / Markowitz Family
  • Edna Meyer-Nelson
  • The Elkins Foundation
  • Sheridan and John Eddie Williams
  • Tilman and Paige Fertitta
  • The Robert & Janice McNair Foundation
  • Mach Industrial Group LP


$25,000 - $99,000
  • Don Woo
  • Mission Constructors Inc.
  • Russel M. & Julia A. Frankel
  • The Charles and Melissa Davis Charitable Foundation
  • Trini and O.C. Mendenhall Foundation
  • Marathon Oil Corporation
  • Midtown Redevelopment Authority
  • M.D. Anderson Foundation
  • Alan Helfman
  • George and Mary Josephine Hamman Foundation
  • Oak Farms Dairy
  • Ric Badger
  • Ricardo and Joan Nazario
  • Capital One
  • Securitas Security Services
  • The George Foundation
  • Vivian L. Smith Foundation
$10,000 - $24,999
  • Kathryn Stasney Childers
  • The Higginbotham Community Fund of the Community Foundation of North Texas/ Ellen and Paige Cokinos
  • Fenner R. Weller Jr.
  • H-E-B
  • Michael D. and Carole A. Wilson
  • Anonymous Gift
  • Toni Lawrence
  • Allison and Stephen Lewis
  • Hildebrand Fund
  • Chris and Merrell Athon
  • The Glover Family
  • Darrell Whitley
  • Amegy Bank
  • Doug Pitcock
  • John M. O'Quinn Foundation