“Three things above all else stand out in the work you have done for Queen's: ability to capture client needs, ability to work successfully with a variety of academic and non-academic groups, and the ability to create beautiful, functional pieces that are unique to their space. Each has delighted the audience for whom they were intended."
Executive Director, Alumni Relations and Annual Giving,
Queen's University, Kingston
“It all looks wonderful - the Wall is impressive with its classic, simple design. Thank you for all that you did to satisfy our needs and still meet our deadline. The final touch was rushing the (missed) plaque the day before the event - amazing customer service! It was a pleasure working with Presidential on this important project for Queen's School of Business.”
“We come to Presidential not so much for a supplier, but for an effective partnership. There is confidence in the quality of the ideas you will bring forward, and the tastefulnesss with which they will be executed. You bring us good council and advice.”
Dr. Jon Dellandrea,
Former Vice-President & Chief Development Officer,
University of Toronto
“Presidential's presentation was head over heals better than the other companies, showing that they had done a great deal of research about our school and truly understood the sort of recognition program that BSS was looking for… the entire Presidential Environment team was professional, creative, responsive to our needs and timelines, and very flexible.”
former Director of Development,
The Bishop Strachan School, Toronto
“Presidential's keen eye for unique design opportunities, their ability to create individualized donor recognition components for their clients is well-known among many of Toronto's non-profit organizations… excels in providing the consistent and attentive customer service… excellent ideas, competitive prices and (they) deliver on time and within budget.”
The architectural elements of historical buildings are imbued with the qualities of those organizations. Using these to highlight donor recognition can reinforce a rich heritage, and inspire future giving.
Every student has trod on the stage here to receive their diplomas. We’ve repurposed wood from this both in donor recognition plaques, and on a presentation mantle on the fireplace.
The original building was the Victoria School, built in 1893. We’ve taken the original slate blackboards and used them on plaques and signs throughout the facility.
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