The Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), Winnipeg office, has undergone some exciting developments recently, not the least of which is its move to new offices at 930 Portage Avenue in Winnipeg’s west end neighborhood. The bright, contemporary facilities have been completely redesigned to accommodate the needs of staff and clients alike, and this undertaking was made possible in large measure through the generous contributions of government, corporate and individual donors to the organizations capital campaign which concluded this fall.
To recognize these gifts CMHA Winnipeg Executive Director Nicole Chammartin selected Planned Legacy to design and fabricate a recognition display that would complement the facility’s new décor and colors, and which would also be flexible enough to allow for easy and economical updates should new donors step forward.
Using 8 mml tempered glass panels supported in channels in vertical aluminum tubing, the display showcases donor names and graphic images using durable vinyl graphic film that can quickly be modified to add new names or images.
“We had a tight timeline and a tight budget but Planned Legacy worked closely with us to ensure that the project was completed in time for our grand opening event, “ said Ms. Chammartin. “We were really satisfied with the quality of work that was done.”