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Donor Recognition?

Saying “thank you” is a beautiful thing, and expressing gratitude to patrons who make building projects possible is a crucial and sometimes complex task for institutions on the receiving end of their gifts.

Donor Recognition Articles

Community Hospital of Monterey Peninsula Donor Wall
A Rewarding Hospital Donor Wall Expansion in Monterey

In order to recognize their many generous donors, the Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula (CHOMP) enlisted the help of Amri Studio to create an artistic donor recognition wall in the lobby of the main facility, a building designed by architect Edward Durell Stone.

Empathy by Design at Planned Parenthood of NYC
Photo: Franklin Institute Donor Recognition
The Franklin Institute's Designers Re-Imagine Donor Recognition

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Photo by @livingonnicholls
Two Twelve Donor Signage Goes Viral

It’s not every day that signage goes viral. But thanks to an Instameet, organized by Simply Social Media New Mexico and the Santa Fe Opera, Two Twelve recently found its signage at the center of a hashtag hurricane.

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Curtain of Names, The Advisory Board Company, C&G Partners
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Sydney Theatre Company Honour Wall
Sydney Theatre Company Honour Wall

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Donor Recognition News

Nevada Museum of Art
Hunt Design at Nevada Museum of Art

The Nevada Museum of Art, the state’s largest art museum, now features a colorful wayfinding program and donor recognition wall by Hunt Design.

VC Hormel
Visual Communications Designs EGD for Hormel Institute

An addition to the existing facility included a new two story east lobby that now features wallpaper patterns designed by Visual Communications Senior Experiential Graphic Designer Jesse Yungner, and microscopic images turned into design elements by Principal Constance Carlson.