Tag: Donor recognition Blog Archive
Partners In Recognition was honored to design and build displays recognizing donor gifts for the “Hope Lives Here” campaign. This campaign funded the Saint Teresa of Calcutta Villa – a community of Father Joe’s Villages in San Diego, CA. “Our Ribbon Cutting ceremony for Saint Teresa of Calcutta Villa was a great success and all […]
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
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.
When designing the display for Currey Ingram Academy’s “It’s Possible Campaign”, PIR included the iconic architecture of the campus to help tell their story and to make it a truly unique piece. This ClearTech display allows for easy updates and reconfiguring of the donor nameplates via acrylic plates with magnetics. “I love it! It really […]
Visit John Maedel and Patrick Emmanuel at the Partners in Recognition booth during the GEAC Conference. They will be happy to help you with any upcoming recognition needs!