A holistic donor engagement system demonstrates community impact and enhances a culture of philanthropy.
The Royal Aviation Museum of Western Canada is a world-class facility with enhanced experiences for all visitors. They aim to engage visitors with stories of Canada’s aviation and aerospace heritage while providing an environment to inspire future aviators and innovators. As a result, the museum is not only a signature attraction for the city but for all of Canada.
The museum closed its’ doors in 2018 to embark on an ambitious Climb Aboard capital campaign that would require donations from individuals, corporations, foundations, major donors, and all levels of Government to fund a spectacular transformation and a brand-new museum for all of Western Canada.
The museum needed a way to inspire and recognize donors for the campaign. They also needed to:
The donor engagement system efficiently communicates the impact of philanthropic investment and volunteerism, reflecting donors’ and volunteers’ importance.
Team Brook developed a highly strategic and stunning donor engagement system that recognizes capital campaign donors and will inspire future donors in the years to come.
This donor engagement system reflects bright colours, hopeful skies, and modern branding combined with respect for the museum’s history.