Nancy Swiezy Events is a full service event planning, floral and consulting company. With a 20-year background in the special event industry, her goal is to create a unique experience for you and your guests by incorporating the most current design trends.
Nancy recently created a terrific concept for a sign-in chair!
She worked with Adaptive Design Association (ADA), an organization that designs custom furniture for children with disabilities and teaches others how to construct adaptions.
For a $300 donation, this custom made chair arrives primed and painted (many colors are available) and ready to be decorated by you and your guests. Marketing materials about ADA are available so your guests can learn about your ADA Kids For Kids Mitzvah Project.
This “chair” is made from strong cardboard and can be shellacked after your event to preserve the messages.
About Adaptive Design Association (ADA)
Their mission is to ensure that children with “disabilities” receive the customized adaptations they need to achieve their full developmental, social, and academic potential. They do this by building child-specific adaptations in a model workshop in New York City; developing and testing curricula for a wide range of learners (from classmates to therapists to engineers); and creating guidelines, techniques, and devices that can be replicated in Adaptive Design Centers all over the world.