Membership Recognition

A Director of Membership has two main goals: engage members and always be increasing membership. Members are the heart of your organization; their personal and professional growth is directly tied to your organization’s overall growth. A successful membership recognition program will not only increase membership, it will create lasting connections with your members, establish their credentials and portray you as the industry authority.

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NYSE

The AWARD Group specializes in designing a combination of products that have a uniform look such as certificates, wallet cards and lapel pins. Additional products can be added at any time. There is no need to use multiple vendors.

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Examples of membership recognition programs include

  • New membership products such as introductory letter, certificate and wallet card

  • Length of Membership (10, 20 years with your organization)

  • Lifetime membership awards

  • Volunteer recognition

  • Achievement recognition for spearheading an event or conference

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ACOG

Being a member of a healthcare association comes with great responsibility. The commitment to quality standards and certification requirements warrants a piece that can be proudly displayed. Patients feel more confident seeing their healthcare provider is a member of your organization.

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BUTLER INSTITUTE

For those who are proud members of a cultural institution, it’s important to show your appreciation. For your highest level of membership, often designated as gold, a custom piece that can also serve as a collector’s item is a great way to reward those select members.