Author: Angi Speelman Blog Archive
Ronald McDonald House of the Inland Empire in Loma Linda, CA recognized donors to their capital campaign with this colorful display. The campaign completely renovated and greatly expanded their house so that they can now serve up to 54 families a night. #IERMH #capitalcampaign
As the old saying goes, “where there’s a will, there’s a way!” and that is exactly the sentiment our clients across the country are taking when recognizing donors and dedicating new spaces. A global pandemic has not stopped the honoring of individuals, it has just taken a different form than the traditional gathering of guests […]
Mayers Healthcare Foundation, McArthur, CA, recognized donors to their largest capital campaign ever with this recognition wall built into a waiting area divider in their new Mayers Memorial Hospital Diagnostics and Emergency Department lobby. The display brings the beauty of the outdoor landscape inside to honor their donors who made the project a reality. #mayershealthcarefoundation #capitalcampaign
Georgia Southern University trusted Partners in Recognition to craft several displays to honor their Endowment Awards and Distinguished Award Winners, as well as their college logos. The displays are fabricated from stainless steel and laminates with updatable features behind removable acrylic panels.
The pandemic has created more chaos and barriers than we care to list, but it also has forced creativity in how we handle our work, social situations and every other aspect of our daily lives. We’ve been navigating these constant changes and road blocks for months – some are easy to overcome, some, well, not […]
The design of the Memorial Recognition wall in the Julie Curci Memorial Garden at Hoag Hospital in Newport Beach, CA was a collaboration between landscape architects Bill Rabben and Amy Kim from Rabben/Herman, the Hoag Hospital Foundation, and Partners In Recognition, Inc. The goal was an understated display that compliments the garden while honoring memorial […]
Writing about the closing of MD Designs is not easy. Partners In Recognition (PIR) is excited to have the opportunity to work with new clients that have always been faithful to MD, but we’re terribly saddened that a pillar in the recognition world has closed their doors, ending over 50 years of serving recognition clients.
Glendale College Foundation wanted to create a Legacy Society display in an exterior courtyard of a new classroom building on campus. Partners In Recognition brought in a splash of color by tying the design of the display to tiles used in the building. The “Pre-Defined” system allows the user to install additional names in the pre-defined […]