Donor Recognition

Prince County Hospital Foundation was looking for a way to recognize the donors to their “Bring Good Health to Life Capital Campaign”.
Mark, the Managing Director responsible for the project, wanted to incorporate many elements into the recognition device. There was a photograph of the hospital, a thank you certificate for the donor, a special pin or medallion and the Foundation’s Logo and web site. All of these elements had to be incorporated into a recognition device that cost less than $50.
The project was a very big success. It was done within their budget and was one of the most creative projects we have worked on.
The Prince County Hospital Project is another example of how Tempo can work with you to come up with a dynamic project, within budget.


Mount Allison University was looking for a way to recognize major donors with a more personal and cost effective recognition device.
They found their answer in an alumnus who had designed a panoramic camera, which was used to take a very unique photograph of the campus. This striking print was framed in a Tempo Frame and Mat in such a way as to enhance the panoramic image.
The university crest and identification is gold foil stamped to one side of the mat to allow for a personalized metal plate identifying the donor to be placed on the opposite side.
This project has been one of the most outstanding projects and it is our understanding that the framed image is so popular that it will become a sale item once it has completed its tenure as a recognition device.