In planning for the new hospital, Princeton HealthCare System Foundation took great care to design a donor recognition system that reflected its deep appreciation for donor support and the meaningful impact it has made during the history of our organization. Months of research, a formal bidding process, and a committee of volunteers helped the Foundation staff select the company (Presentation Design Group, of Eugene, Oregon) and the custom-designed display mode.
The artisan-crafted fused glass yielded an impressive result that has been well received by both donors and visitors to the new hospital. “Each donor plaque and all five of our donor walls serve not only as a well-designed and functional form of donor recognition, but also stand alone as works of art,” observed Joe Stampe, Vice President of Development. Mr. Stampe continued, “We are extremely proud of our donor recognition, especially the Historic Donors and Design for Healing Donor Wall (pictured above), which publicly recognizes that this is truly a community-supported project.”
The Historic Donors Wall (pictured above) lists the names of all who appeared on plaques in the old hospital. The Design for Healing Donor Wall lists all donors who will have given $1,000 or more to the campaign by the campaign’s end, which is March 31, 2013.
Article as seen in Foundation News Fall 2012.