Demonstrating Value to the Community

Atrium Medical Center Foundation

Communicating value and driving community engagement are key objectives for healthcare foundations. See how Sanger & Eby helps Atrium Medical Center Foundation connect with diverse target audiences and drive great results.

  • Atrium Medical Center Foundation
  • Atrium Medical Center Foundation

When Atrium Medical Center Foundation needs to communicate, they turn to Sanger & Eby. For well over a decade, we’ve partnered with Atrium on their landmark name change and rebranding, marketing materials for annual and capital campaigns, newsletters, annual reports, and much more; Sanger & Eby designs materials that bring Atrium’s message home for their target audiences.


Atrium Medical Center Foundation 2016 Annual Report

Each year, the foundation devotes time and resources toward a campaign that’s established to raise funds for a specific area of care. Sanger & Eby designs the visual theme for each campaign and weaves it into the look and feel of collateral created throughout the year. Areas of care that have been advanced by these efforts include women’s health, cancer care, child and newborn health, cardiovascular health, and neurosciences. While each has its own unique look, all exist within the overarching foundation brand.

Inset in Atrium Medical Center Foundation's 2016 Annual Report

Leading up to Atrium Medical Center’s centennial celebration, we created a series of Legends brochures highlighting key people and events in the organization’s history. For the centennial fall gala, we translated these pieces into banners, which were displayed in the event hall.

Atrium Medical Center Foundation's Legends Feature

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Director, Client Engagement
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