Interactive Information Kiosk - donor recognition, planned giving, history of achievement, community awareness
The Jewish Foundation of Manitoba utilized a Planned Legacy interactive kiosk to showcase their Endowment Book of Life planned giving program. Their goal was to maximize the Foundation’s exposure while simultaneously developing new and existing donor relationships.
Located in a high traffic area of the Asper Jewish Community Campus, the kiosk features donor recognition for individuals and families in the form of biographies and tributes. These searchable profiles, complete with photographs, are complemented by information about the Book of Life and the organization.
The increased exposure that has resulted has allowed us to create hundreds of relationships with potential new donors. We needed a way to get our message out to the public and the interactive Endowment Book of Life allowed us to do that. I can't think of anything we've done that has been so successful.
It has allowed us to reach people right across the socio-economic spectrum of our community. We have achieved outstanding social benefits and financial results using the system.
The interactive information kiosk provided the opportunity for participants in The Book of Life to evolve their short biographical paragraphs to full family stories and tributes complete with multimedia elements. Bridging technology and tradition the Planned Legacy Solution overcame geographical and generational boundaries by also placing the donor stories and JFM marketing information onto the Internet through JFM’s existing Web Site.
Installed over five years ago, the kiosk has become an integral part of a planned giving program which now has a waiting list every year.