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Blue Valley Education Center (Est. $9,000)   New House Women's Shelter (Est. $2,000)  
The Foundation was looking for an economical way to
create a donor wall to thank the people / organizations
that donated money to them. Our goals were to incorporate the different levels of donors without it being blatanley obvious by grouping the donors in seperate
sections. Together we came up with the idea turn there logo (The Sunflower) into different size  signs smaller being the smallest donations-$1,000+ to largest $50,000+.
They had the contractor build the rosewood background
during the construction of the new wing. The wall is easy
to update as old donors give more or new donors donate
        New House Women's shelter had just completed a
new capital campaign to move into a new, refurbished
facility. The executive director wanted to honor and
thank every donor (over 600) regardless of the level of
donation-from $10.00 to $100,000.00 The new facility
has a comfortable, inviting feel and they wanted
to reflect that, but with a very limited budget. With
colorful, inexpensive engraving stock, creative graphics,
custom lasering, magnetic backing for adding
additional names and a custom painted wall / backdrop,
this one of a kind donor wall was a perfect fit.
 
blue-wall   Leadership-circle  
Bishop Miege (Est. $14,000)   KC Chamber of Commerce (Est. $5,000)  

Bishop Miege raised over twelve million dollars in a capital campaign to remodel, overhaul, and expand the high school. Initially, their committee envisioned a tradition cast bronze    display to thank their benefactor. When they realized the area for the display was of a bright, contemporary design, they needed a different concept, but   still one of extremely high perceived value. A 4 ft. by 8 ft. custom corian framed monument gave them the color, flexibility and    elegance they were looking for.

  The Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce needed to recognize the member business that contributed 25% above their annual dues to help the Chamber  fund its political activities. The Chamber wanted to recognize these businesses equally regardless of the dollars contributed.  The Chamber called this group their Leadership Circle so we developed this recognition to reflect their theme.  
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