A monument honoring Hawaii’s fallen law enforcement officers located next to the Department of Land and Natural Resources’ Kalanimoku Building in Honolulu, Hawaii.
Donor plaques at St. Mary’s Episcopal Church in Laguna Beach, California.
Veterans Memorial located at Palomar College in San Marcos, CA.
Engraved Granite Plaque Fundraisers
Engraved granite plaques are the right choice for more stylized donor recognition projects. Granite, a durable yet classic material, has long been associated with memorials, honorariums and commemorative structures. Here are some of the advantages of granite plaques.
Engraved granite plaques can:
- Attach to an existing wall, for open-ended fundraising campaigns
- Be incorporated into brick designs
- Have a high-end visual appeal
- Be available in various sizes
- Last forever
When you decide to launch your granite plaque fundraising project, we will work with you to:
- Determine your budget*
- Set appropriate donor levels*
- Define design parameters
- Select plaque size and lettering color
- Create a timeline
- Develop a rendering of the completed engraved granite plaque project
Easy budgeting with unlimited lettering
*Honor Life Recognition will quote you one price per plaque, and sets no limit on the lettering per plaque. This allows you to formulate a budget easily and to offer extensive personalization to your donors—at no extra cost. You may also choose to create personalized and non-personalized donor levels. Since your costs are the same either way, adding a personalized level improves the overall effectiveness of your fundraising campaign.
Sandblasting for personalization and quality
Honor Life Recognition sandblasts engraved granite plaques. The sandblasting process allows for detailed personalization and results in a higher quality finished product versus other engraving methods. Honor Life uses Rayzist Photomask, Inc. photo-resist film and equipment for the highest possible detail in our finished products.