Donor Recognition Plaques

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Donor Recognition Plaques

Zebra Visuals has designed, engineered, fabricated, and installed donor recognition plaques for more than 20 years.

We’ve produced them out of foam and plastic for temporary use; etched and cast them out of stainless steel, brass, and bronze; and sandblasted them out of slate, marble, stone, and glass for permanent installation.

glass engraved white wording, wall sign, MA

How do you make a tasteful, elegant donor recognition plaque?

A recognition plaque should be beautiful and make you and your donor feel proud. It should last a lifetime or more.

At Zebra Visuals, we ensure high quality by first developing a facsimile of the plaque, which can be used at dedication ceremonies. Afterward we cast, sandblast, carve, or cut the permanent plaques.

Who uses donor recognition plaques?

  • Universities and colleges
  • Municipalities
  • Parks and grounds
  • Hospitals
  • Environmental and conservation groups

What types of plaques does Zebra Visuals offer?


  • Sandblast stone, marble, jerusalem stone, brick
  • Sandblast or screen print glass
  • Etched aluminum, stainless steel, copper, bronze and brass
  • Cast aluminum, bronze, or brass
  • Acrylic

Blind (hidden) mounts

  • Contemporary standoffs: in stainless steel or aluminum
  • Decorative rosettes, garden stakes, custom mounting
  • Donor walls and trees

Complete facsimile capabilities

  • Fully insured installations in wallboard, brick, concrete, or stone

Request a Quote by Email

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Or call 508-746-9200 to talk about your donor recognition plaque project.


I have worked with Paul Luszcz of Zebra Visuals on the production of exhibit graphics for the Nantucket Whaling Museum for at least six years. Paul always does whatever it takes to ensure production takes place on time and meeting the standards required for the museum. I really appreciate his willingness to work to meet our needs, his graphics have been used in exhibitions from The Nantucket Art Colony (2007) to Notable Nantucket Women through the Centuries (2010) and beyond.

Robyn & John Davis
Chief Curators, Nantucket Historical Association