Donor Walls (also known as donor plaque signs & donor signs) are used to dedicate an entire area or space to a significant figure or contributor(s). Plaque signs are used to recognize donors to an organization, and donor walls are a way of putting those recognitions in the same place to applaud those contributors in a powerful fashion.
Why a Customized Sign?
Your brand is your identity and we make it possible to build a stronger brand with a customized business sign. Having plaque signs around your facility or on a custom donor wall dedicated to your organization’s contributors will show your appreciation for those contributors. The best way to impress customers and encourage them to value your business is by displaying a custom business sign expressing your unique brand. The sign experts at Magnify Signs are your best option for getting custom donor walls in Englewood, CO and the surrounding Denver metro area.
- They show you appreciate your contributors.
Recognizing who helped put your organization where it is today is important. Donor Walls are a strong expression of your appreciation, and your contributors will be pleased to have their name in your business’ custom signage.
- They can act as a point of opportunity for your organization.
Plagues recognizing donors will attract more donors to your cause. They entice potential contributors by giving the, an opportunity to leave their name on your organization, and be recognized for their good deed.
- Each wall is custom and unique.
Donor Walls are completely custom designed and produced to fit your organization’s brand image. The wall can be made from acrylic, etched vinyl on glass, routed metal, and many other materials.
Astonishing Glass and Acrylic at Arrupe Jesuit (posted on December 31, 2015)
“Arrupe Jesuit wanted to honor their donors, who contributed to the growth of the school. Magnify Signs met this desire by designing and installing an 8’H x 7’W glass donor wall, to honor contributors. The final design of the donor wall, shown above, consists of four panels of glass with reversed cut vinyl to resemble etched glass. The wall is topped with brushed aluminum letters “IN GRATITUDE”.”