The recognition of valuable contributions to your organization from individuals or organizations is extremely important. A clear display of the philanthropy of others has a proven history of encouraging additional donations to your organization. Timely Signs offers a wide variety of standard and custom solutions to enable you to recognize contributions with an elegant and sophisticated solution. Whether you are recognizing multiple levels of giving, individual benefactors to a project, specific groups or naming a facility, our team will customize a solution that is both fitting and unique to you.
Below are examples of more comprehensive systems that we have designed, fabricated and installed. Individual and smaller scale donor recognition projects can be found in our product gallery.
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Timely Signs worked closely with the director of the hospital foundation, building architect and director of facilities to design, manufacture and install a custom donor wall for their new Cancer Treatment Center in Kingston, New York.
In 2011, during construction of a new entrance to the hospital, Sr. Mary Feehan and Barbara Klassen of the Benedictine Health Foundation began work on a wall dedicated to the mission of this Catholic hospital located in Kingston, New York. At the same time, they planned to relocate their main donor recognition panel, the Benefactors Wall, to the new main entrance. Timely Signs was called in to develop a design that worked with the new architecture of the space and presented both of these items in a contemporary and impactful way.
In Spring of 2010, Northern Westchester Hospital opened the Mary & David Boies Emergency Department, a state-of-the-art expansion that included advancements in technology, patient comfort and a focus on pediatric care. Improvements included an increase in the number of private patient care rooms, a bereavement counseling area, a new modern and more spacious design and child-friendly treatment areas.
In 2008, Putnam Hospital opened their new five-story, 113,000 square foot Camarda Care Center housing the hospital’s new cancer center with radiation therapy, private patient rooms, physician offices and hospital/community use conference center. During the construction process, Health Quest management called on Timely Signs to develop a strategy for a complete donor recognition program.
The director of the Children’s Annex Foundation selected Timely Signs to create a wall installation to recognize contributors to their 30th Anniversary capital campaign.
Dutchess Community College chose Timely Signs to design, fabricate and install a historical timeline installation for the renovated Bowne Hall Founders Lobby. Drawing from a wealth of historical documents, newspaper articles, photography and personal memos, an outline was developed to include critical milestones in the founding of the college.
The Edge is the most innovative library just for teens in New York State, and one of the first libraries created specifically for today’s digital youth.
HealthAlliance’s Family Birth Place is the newly remodeled maternity unit located at the Kingston Hospital. After meeting with the directors of the Foundation and Mother’s Club we were able to design a donor recognition system that would visually complement the warm and welcoming atmosphere of the space.
The Greenspan Center for Women’s Health is a state-of-the-art diagnostic center located at the Kingston Hospital. We worked closely with the directors of the Foundation and Women’s Health to design a donor recognition system that would complement the contemporary style of the hospital.
This donor recognition system showcases donors who have consistently given to The Kingston Hospital over the span of their 110 plus year history. The display features a full color mural with an archival image of the hospital’s cornerstone ceremony blended with stock imagery of modern health care professionals. A key phrase from the mission statement is featured prominently below the panels.
The Larchmont Public Library underwent significant renovations made possible by generous contributors in their community. The library called on Timely Signs for interior signage that would help visitors find their way in the newly rearranged space, as well as create a donor recognition display and individual plaques to recognize the many donations to the organization.
The new year marked a momentous occasion as Northern Dutchess Hospital cut the ribbon on the new medical pavilion at their campus in Rhinebeck, NY. The three story building houses state-of-the-art operating rooms, private patient suites and expanded medical offices.
When Nathan Littauer Hospital in Gloversville, New York began their Capital Campaign in 2007, they contacted Timely Signs to help with planning a recognition panel to acknowledge donors. After a site visit, we found that this organization had a rich and interesting history dating back to 1894.
The executive director of The Northern Dutchess Hospital Foundation chose Timely Signs to develop a unique way to commemorate the generosity of the Rosenthal family and all those whose contributions made this hospital addition possible.
Rippowam Cisqua School celebrated the school’s 100th academic year in 2017, raising generous donations through their Centennial Campaign that made possible the transformation of the upper campus with a new library, innovation center, science labs, art studio and more. The school worked with Timely Signs to form a plan that recognized the multiple donor levels through a variety of signage, lettering, and donor plaques.
The Trove is a children’s library that provides an enticing, multi-media, multi-sensory learning experience that combines the traditional library with the feel of a bookstore and the stimulation of a children’s museum. It serves as a model in the tri-state area.
When Health Quest, the Mid-Hudson Valley’s largest integrated health care system, decided to build a state-of-the-art surgical center in Poughkeepsie, New York, they called on Timely Signs to develop an exterior signage plan as well as a comprehensive donor recognition system. This center provides much needed additional operating room capacity to the surgeons practicing at Vassar and surrounding hospitals resulting in less wait time between diagnosis and scheduled surgeries.