Keys to the Success of LaHouse

Sandra Scallan, Reichel, Claudette Hanks  |  3/22/2005 2:23:11 AM

The vision of Louisiana House is to shape the future for Louisiana living by showing consumers and professionals how it is possible and practical right now to have MORE (comfort, durability, value, health) with LESS (energy, water, pollution, waste, damage). The key to taking LaHouse from a vision to a reality is in private sector support, since its construction will be funded by gifts and donations. The key to long-term success is in the partnerships that are forged.

Louisiana House offers numerous opportunities for supporters. Being a Key Contributor (of a gift or donation to the LSU Foundation for LaHouse) or a Key Partner (grant or contract with the LSU AgCenter) will not only lay a foundation for creating a sustainable future, but will also provide many benefits for you or your organization.

There are six Key levels, each providing a tiered set of recognition and benefits. The levels of distinction are Diamond ($100,000), Platinum ($50,000), Gold ($25,000), Silver ($10,000), Bronze ($5000) and Green ($1000).

The top three Key Contributor levels may permanently dedicate a room or feature of Louisiana House. Engraved tiles around the house will honor other Key Contributors.

All Key Contributors and Partners will have name recognition by level on exterior signage of LaHouse as well as on the www.LouisianaHouse.org Web site and printed materials. They will also be recognized at the ribbon cutting ceremony and annual recognition and publicity events. Finally, contributors will receive a personalized plaque or certificate to display.

Whether a Diamond or Green Key supporter, there are many rewards for you or your organization. Consider the direct and indirect benefits for you and others, as you become a part of shaping the future for Louisiana living.

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