Mayland Community College celebrated the opening of their Bare Dark Sky Observatory with this donor display.
"We love the way it turned out and our donors really liked being linked to an element in the sky."
Mayland Community College celebrated the opening of their Bare Dark Sky Observatory with this donor display.
"We love the way it turned out and our donors really liked being linked to an element in the sky."
North Idaho College celebrated its successful $5m fundraising campaign with a donor wall recognizing all donors who gave a $1,000 or more towards the new Parker Technical Education Center.
The Old Main Society of Augustana College recognizes donors with cumulative giving exceeding $1,000,000.
Recognizing donors to their capital campaign, Marshall County Arts Center unveiled this display.
This display recognizes campaign donors to the new Redwoods lobby.
For Riverside's new hospital a donor wall was created.
"The NEW Standard"
Shore Memorial Hospital
In appreciation to donors to its new center.
"Gentlemen, this wall looks beautiful. We love it."
Rush Copley Medical Center
The display is a MAJOR HIT!!!! Thank you so much for all you did! This was my first experience with a donor display. You made it enjoyable and stress-free!
The piece is beautiful and fits the space PERFECTLY! We love it.
Phelps County Reg Med Cen
We are very pleased with the results and the design and have heard nothing but positive feedback from members and our staff.
“The display was introduced during the evening services for the New Year, Rosh Hashanah and all were invited to look it over while they ate dessert and socialized after the service. To say that it was a huge success would be an understatement. So many people wanted to talk about it….who made it...how to get their name on it....and so on! I felt like a proud mother! It totally exceeded my wildest expectations! Everyone said that they loved it. “
The Cleveland Metroparks Zoo contracted with Partners In Recognition to design and build the donor recognition for their new tiger exhibit. The Rosebrough Tiger Passage, is a new, state-of-the-art home for Cleveland Metroparks Zoo's two Amur tigers. The beautiful exhibit is a world-class habitat and a conservation education resource for the Cleveland community.
Recognizing a seven figure gift for the creation of an outdoor garden, OhioHealth Riverside asked for "50 year" recognition. PIR designed, fabricated and installed stainless steel and Corian naming. Says Anita Laterro of OhioHealth Foundation "the signage is perfect".
To celebrate their Temple expansion and show appreciation to their donors, Temple Sinai of Denver, commissioned this donor recognition display.
The sports world mourns the loss of one of the greatest coaches.
The Vires, Artes, Mores donor recognition society takes its name from the Latin words for strength, skill and character found in the university seal and was created to thank those committed individuals and organizations whose support has made a positive and lasting impact on the Florida State University community. Honorees in Vires, Artes, Mores have exhibited gracious dedication to the University’s long-term vision, ambitious initiatives and transformative ideas.
In addition to the campaign donor display, Akron Children's Hospital recognized major donors with naming plaques designed to compliment their wayfinding.
To recognize donors for the new Nanotechnology Center, CMU challenged Partners In Recognition to incorporate dichroic film into custom donor recognition. The result was engraved non glare acrylic with dichroic film backer.
Showing its appreciation to campaign donor, Advocate Eureka commissioned this donor display. "I wanted to let you know how Beautiful the Advocate Eureka Hospital Donor Wall is!!
Yesterday was the Dedication Ceremony and my first time seeing the wall including the physician /corporation plaque! Very nice.
Thank for all your company does to help support our healing ministry!" Lisa Stuckey, Manager of Development, Advocate Charitable Foundation
With a rich history starting in October 1956, Christ Universal Temple of Chicago dreamed of sharing that history with its parishioners, staff and guests. Conceived by Reverend Wells, this history display highlights the many special times over a half century of providing spiritual nurturing to the community.
With the opening of it's state of the art Wellness Center, the Kenaitze Indian Tribe honored the donors that helped make the Center possible. This display reflects the values of the Tribe and was artistically inspired by architectural components in the new building.
Honoring a tradition unlike any other, Texas A&M School of Law commissioned this custom display for the 12th Man. College football is steeped in tradition and the 12th Man is one of its most time honored ones. To this day the tradition of the 12th Man lives on. Go Aggies!
Congratulations to Zach Johnson on his victory at the British Open. Partners In Recognition is honored to have helped Aegon recognize their support of his professional golfing efforts.
With a campaign for a new cancer center, Riverview Hospital wanted a unique and attention getting display for campaign donors. PIR designed, built and installed this display using hardwood and metal laminate. The center piece is a re-creation of their “Children of Peace” statue in crystal clear glass with LED lights. Major donors are engraved into wood blocks and other campaign donors are printed on acrylic panels.
Murphy Deming College asked PIR to design, build and install a recognition display for donors to their capital campaign for the new Health Sciences building. This display includes engraved glass for the naming donor along with committee members and individual Corian nameplates for campaign donors.
Oklahoma State University issued a bid request for the design, fabrication and installation of a donor display for their Rosette Societies. This display includes LED lit crystal clear glass, printed Impressionist panels, film acetate sheets, along with an interactive computer system.
Bridgeville Library 2014 recipient of the PIR Charitable Gift Fund.
With construction of a new patient tower, Children's Hospital of Akron desired an engaging, child friendly donor display. PIR designed, built and installed this ClearTech System with individual printed non-glare acrylic nameplates over a large format printed base. LED lights attact attention at the top of the display and motion elements are included at the bottom.
OhioHealth's Grant Hospital desired to share its acclaims and awards with employees and visitors. PIR designed, fabricated and installed this custom awards display. It is designed to match their lobby's furnishings and fixtures. Locking doors at each side give access to the display area.
Wanting to recognize cumulative giving to the Friends of the Grand Canyon, the national park commissioned this donor display. It includes a MagTech System with individual Corian nameplates, along with interpretive information. The steel structure was delivered "pre-rusted" to match their motif.
Nestled on the shores of Lake Saint Louis, SSM St. Joseph Hospital West desired a donor display that is attention getting, engaging and meaningful both visually and philanthropically. PIR designed, built and installed this display to fit this modern facility. President Club members are featured on the static portion of the display in the foreground over a printed image of the lake. An interactive component with touchscreen technology provides viewers with complete donor roles, along with information on the Board, events and history of this care giving facility.
Colorado Mountain College recognized donors to its annual fund, along with other donor societies with this Corian and Impressionist display. History of the area and campus are engraved on seamless Corian. Annual Giving donors are list on a D-print with magnet back and donor societies are list on film acetate under scratch resistant acrylic.
Mt. Carmel College of Nursing desired to share their rich, 100 year plus history with its students, donors and visitors. Partners In Recognition designed and built a history display with timeline and a custom wallpaper historical backdrop.
In conjunction with the construction of a new patient tower and lobby at Riverside Methodist Hospital, OhioHealth wanted to update its cumulative giving donor recognition for the facility. Working with the architect and contractor, PIR designed, built and installed a multi-paneled acrylic display that insets into the lobby’s millwork. This display allows for the addition and movement of donors as their giving progresses.
The Little Company of Mary expanded its healthcare facility. In conjunction with this they recognized cumulative giving to the organization. This unique display incorporates the "rings" that have significance to the sisterhood that established the facility.
Masonic Villages in Elizabethtown, PA created the Fraternal Care Fund to enable residents who have exhausted their funds to continue receiving care at this long term care facility. To recognize the generosity of the donors to this fund, Masonic Villages commissioned Partners in Recognition to design and build a custom display that would recognize these donors, while at the same time express the compassion shared between the donors and fund recipients.
A partnership with UW Cancer Center Foundation, Beloit Memorial Hospital's Cancer Center Capital Campaign was a great success! Displays honoring Major Donors, Memorial/Tribute Donors, and Employee donors were the finishing touch to a beautiful building.
St. Jude's Wave of Thanks display is a continuation of its stewardship in recognizing the many donors whose contributions support its mission. This display incorporates Impressionist nameplates with magnet back in modules flanked by 3Form panels.
Major donors to the Bing Cancer Center at OhioHealth Riverside Hospital were recognized on this Corian and glass recognition display. Each donor name is engraved on its own crystal clear glass plate that mounts to the base with silver standoffs. Lead donor recognition included a line drawn portrait. Blanks were printed with a color full image and can be removed for future names.
The Engineering School of Stony Brook University ask PIR to design, build and install this ClearTech System for cumulative giving. The system combines large format printing with individual acrylic nameplates and LED lights.
Missouri Western turned unused space into a custom display case. Partners In Recognition, designed, fabricated and installed the custom display. It includes tempered glass with engraved text and locking door.
Part of the Cronkite Memorial, the TV Wall depicts important national and international events reported on by Walter. An interactive kiosk plays the actual film clips when prompted.
Missouri Western State University turned to Partners In Recognition, Inc. to help make the dream of the Walter Cronkite Memorial into reality. The museum includes many exhibits which include a historic timeline.
Illinois State University honored its donors to the 1857 Society with this multi faceted display. Major Donors are recognized in a MagTech System with individual nameplates. Frames hold photos of interest that can be changed by the University. On the right is an interactive kiosk that is wheelchair accessible and includes an internal camera to take donor photos. On the left is a monitor with streaming videos.
Not only is Peyton Manning a Super Bowl quarterback, he is a Super Donor. Congratulations Mr. Manning and Go Broncos!
Mount Carmel Health System built a new medical campus in Grove City, OH featuring an emergency department, diagnostic imaging, lab and women's health services. To help the community get aquainted with the system they commissioned an organization history display designed, built and installed by PIR.
The University of Tennessee recently opened the Natalie L. Haslam Music Center. To honor this historic event, Honey and Senator Lamar Alexander, Ashley and Lew Conner, Denise and Steve Smith, and Colleen and Ted Welch purchased the original score of "The Tennessee Waltz" and donated it to the University in honor of Mrs. Haslam. This display, designed and built by Partners In Recognition, Inc. contains a replica of the score, along with commerorative text and a photo of the Senator playing the score for Mrs. Haslam at the building's dedication.
The Dayton Foundation, in conjunction with the National Park Service, conducted a fundraising campaign to fund the upkeep of Hawthorn Hill, the home built and lived in by Orville Wright. The recognition display highlights major donors to the campaign, along with other significant donors.
In order to recognized all University Provosts through their history, Carnegie Mellon University commissioned a series of recognition plaques. Each plaque was constructed with metal laminate and included a line drawn portrait, along with text of acheivements for each Provost.
Best Friends Animal Shelter recognized donors to its capital campaign with an outdoor MagTech System. The system allows for adding, re-alphabetizing and removing donor names.
In order to recognize donors to its capital campaign for a new cancer center, Adena Health Foundation commissioned the design and production of a unique recognition wall. It incorporates local images, such as, the Adena mound and recognizes its donors on replacable film acetate sheets.
Beneficiaries of a very substantial planned gift from the Estate of Joan Kroc, the Slavation Army of Dayton constructed a new community center. Recognition of the donation and other contributors to its capital campaign took the form of a freestanding, lighted kiosk, clad in granite with cherry core.
CHRISTUS Cabrini Foundation commissioned a donor display to recognize major donors to its capital campaign for Grace Home Memorial hospice. The display has a printed acrylic base and logo. Donor names are listed on film acetate protected by scratch resistant acrylic and are easily changed. The title is brushed silver laminate letters. The donors are recognized at four giving levels.
The University of Hawai'i chose to recognize memorial contributions for its new cancer research center with a standoff system. This donor display is fabricated in granite and stainless steel with monkey pod (a local hardwood) accents. Kristi Bates, the Director of Development said "the donor display looks amazing! Better than I expected.
Feather River Hospital wanted to thank donors to their Emergency Room campaign by including them on an eye catching donor recognition wall. This donor recognition wall display includes recognition copy lit with LED lights, Major Donors recognized on individual nameplates and other donors on film acetate sheets. Names can be added to either grouping of this donor wall. Back lighting and directional lighting were also included to attract attention to the donor recognition display and facilitate reading.
Partners in Recognition is honored to have participated in the design and production of the new Medal of Honor interactive recognition display at the Airborne and Special Operations Museum in Fayetteville, NC. The Medal of Honor is the highest military decoration awarded by the United States government. It is bestowed by the President, in the name of Congress, upon members of the United States Armed Forces who distinguish themselves through "conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of his or her life while engaged in an action against an enemy".
If you are tired of winter, you may want to go see Partners In Recognition's donor recognition display at Pearl Harbor. The building of a new vistor center for the Arizona Memorial was a public/private project. The freestanding recognition display recognizes private contributions to the capital campaign. As can be seen, there is a pretty good view of the harbor from the donor display.
Spartanburg Country Day School asked for a unique manner to recognize its capital campaign donors for a new Upper School building. Known for its art department, the School provided student art that made up a montage in the shape of the school mascot. The capital campaign donors were recognized on changeable film sheets. If you're looking for donor recognition walls, this is a sterling example!
Not only is Eli Manning a Super Bowl quarterback, he is a Super Donor. Eli is shown admiring the donor display for the Eli Manning Children's Clinic at the University of Mississippi Healthcare facility. The recognition display recognizes major donors to a capital campaign and includes historical information on Mr. Manning, the lead donor.
Dr. Terry Powell, a native of Coffeyville, KS was instrumental in the creation of the radiation oncology treatment center at Coffeyville Regional Medical Center. He soon became Medical Director of the unit and served the community for over 30 years. Upon his retirement, the Medical Center chose to give special recogniton for his service.
Celebrating 10 years in business serving the non-profit community, Partners In Recognition started the PIR Charitable Gift Fund. In this, the first year for an annual contribution to a client, PIR chose to contribute to the most basic of human needs, hunger. A donation in the amount of $11,200 was presented to Charles McLimans at Loaves and Fishes of Naperville, IL by their PIR sales consultant, Jeff Baum. "Your gift will have a significant and powerful impact and directly improve the lives of thousands of people" said Mr. McLimans.
The Rockford Park District funded its new Nicholas Conservatory through a combination of public funding and private fundraising. To recognize its donors, the County commissioned a donor recognition wall that would recognize the naming gift with line drawn portraits, major donors on a MagTech System and other donors on a Clear Change System. The display also incorporates symbols of horticulture and has the fexibility to recognize future donors.
OhioHealth conducted a capital campaign to aid construction of the new Kobacker House for hospice care. Capital campaign donors were recognized on a donor recognition display with major gifts on individual Corian nameplates in our MagTech System and other donors recognized in a Clear Change System. LED lights were added, along with seasonal graphics.
In conjunction with a renovation of their lobby, Riverview Hospital Foundation chose to recognize its major gifts. The donor recognition display was broken out between cumulative giving and planned giving.
With the building of the Reid Heart Center, the Foundation of FirstHealth wanted to recognize capital campaign donors. A display was created to compliment the interior design and recognize capital campaign donors in a Clear Change System.
Southern Adventist University recognized donors to its capital campaign for a new School of Nursing. Each capital campaign donor was listed on a film acetate sheet in the Clear Change system. The recognition display was designed to mount on a stone riser. This is also known as a donor recognition wall.
The Walker School wanted to recognized Alumni Giving to a capital campaign. They did so with a Clear Change System, incorporating the School logo.
With a stunning new Performing Arts Center, Francis Marion wanted to recognize their capital campaign donors in like style. Click here to view some images of the project
This playful display recognizes donors to their capital campaign. The Pocket Digital Print System allows for updating names.
This display includes a MagTech section for cumulative giving and planned giving. The interactive portion includes a database for annual giving and profiles of major gifts. Click here to view some images of the project
These displays depict the philanthropic history of the Foundation, along with the organizational history of the medical center. Click here to view some images of the project
The recognition displays pictured recognize capital campaign donors, along with charter members and major gifts. Click here to view some images of the project
Ogden-Weber Applied Technology College sits in the shadow of Ben Lomond Peak, the most famous peak in the northern Wasatch Mountains. For donor recognition displays in their new Health Technology building, PIR designed and built displays and custom appreciation plaques that captured the iconic image of Ben Lomond and recognized donors to their capital campaign.
This display recognizing cumulative and annual donors goes along way towards "bring the outdoors in". Click here to view some images of the project
Two new recognition displays await the African Elephants at the Cleveland Zoo. This dynamic display for capital campaign donors is constructed with LEED Certified materials.
This recognition display recognizes donors to their capital campaign with special emphasis on major gifts. Click here to view some images of the project
A splash of color for the East Tennessee Children's Hospital! Pediatric fund raising can be made fun. This recognition display recognizes donors to their capital campaign.
Partners in Recognition created this dynamic freestanding recognition display to compliment the movement of the architectural elements in the lobby of the West Virginia Symphony Orchestra. It recognizes cumulative giving.