Recognition and levels

Recognition and levels

Legacy Circle donor recognition

We appreciate the opportunity to thank you for your generosity. We hope that you will allow us to share your story with others as your giving may inspire similar acts of philanthropy. As a Legacy Circle member, you may be honored in several ways, including:

  • Establishment of a named fund in your honor (long-term recognition of your significant giving in a variety of ways)
  • Special invitations to donor events
  • Acknowledgements in donor communications, at events and on our donor wall of honor at the annual meeting
  • Receipt of a special Legacy Circle certificate of membership and a commemorative medal

Membership levels and benefits

Diamond: $1,000,000+

  • Nominated for Philanthropy Award
  • Invitation to private dinner with SIR President and Foundation Chair
  • Presentation of medal

Sapphire: $500,000–$999,999

  • Naming of a meeting room at headquarters
  • Presentation of medal

Emerald: $250,000–$499,999

  • Invitation to annual donor briefing session conference call
  • Presentation of medal

Ruby: $100,000–$249,999

  • Honored as a Named Fund donor
  • Recipient of plaque

Amethyst: $50,000–$99,999

  • Acknowledgement in select communications
  • Acknowledgement on display at SIR annual meeting
  • Access to donor appreciation lounge
  • Recipient of plaque
  • Listing on a headquarters commemorative plaque
  • Recognition as a Life Member in the Pioneer Circle

Legacy Circle donor spotlight: Dr. and Mrs. W.C. Culp

“I knew I wanted to give something that would remind people that an individual can make an impact—a change for the better in this giant Dr. and Mrs. W.C. Culpscientific world of medicine,” says William C. Culp, MD, FSIR. Through this effort, Dr. and Mrs. Culp ensured their gift will directly touch the lives of medical students and encourage them to become physician scientists and advance the science and practice of IR—today and for many years to come.