Last week my wife and I made one of our annual trips to the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP), to take our son Nicholas for his cardiac checkup. There is a sign in one of the waiting rooms that states ‘if it can be done, it can be done here’. I agree, as heart surgery just following birth saved his life!
The size of CHOP is ever growing , and on this trip I took notice of a newer donor wall (as seen in the title image above) recognizing contributors that have helped to make this place possible. Being a builder of such types of displays, it stood out to me as an ‘over the top’ example of a donor wall, with a changing color LED backdrop that would grab almost anyone’s attention.
What message is being portrayed to your future supporters?
At Purpose1 we often receive inquiries of how to best accomplish donor recognition walls without appearing to ‘go overboard’ in the perception of investment. We are honored to share a handful of examples to follow on ‘how to recognize those who made it possible’ within their respective organizations.
See the full presentation at The 1867 Society donors