An attractive donor wall will be located prominently in the recreation center building as a permanent reminder-for generations to come-of those whose interest and generous support have made the new facility a reality. The donor wall will be inscribed with (1) the donor's name, (2) in memory of or (3) in honor of, as specified by the donor. All gifts may be paid over a one to five year period.
DONOR WALL CATEGORIES
Hall of Famers $1,000,000 and above
Most Valuable Players $100,000 - $499,000
All Stars $50,000 - $99,000
Champs $25,000 - $49,999
Starters $10,000 - $24,999
Fans $5,000 - $9,999
GIFT NAMING OPPORTUNITY
In addition to the Donor Wall, a range of commemorative naming opportunities is available. The following is a list of possibilities.
Recreation Center Building $7,500,000
Gymnasium Lobby $2,500,000
Basketball Court 1 $1,000,000
Basketball Court 2 $1,000,000
Basketball Court 3 $1,000,000
Basketball Court 4 $1,000,000
Scoreboards (4 available) $500,000
Basketball Court Backboards (8 available) $250,000
Director's Office $100,000
Men's Locker Room $50,000
Women's Locker Room $50,000
For more information concerning naming opportunities, please contact the Budokan of Los Angeles campaign office (213) 473-1636. (Figures listed below are suggested gift values)
1. Amounts indicated do not necessarily reflect actual construction costs; rather, they are an indication of the memorial or tribute value. Donors will be offered a selection of commemorative naming opportunities based on the amount and date of their gift commitment. Individual naming opportunities require formal approval by Budokan & LTSC Board of Directors.
2. Additional naming opportunities will be identified when the project and program description details are made available.
Budokan roughly translates as "martial arts hall" in Japanese. The name is derived from the Nippon Budokan, a large arena in Central Tokyo, Japan. The arena was originally constructed for judo competition during the 1964 Summer Olympics, but today serves as a multi-purpose facility that caters to sports, entertainment and other activities. Currently in the United States, there are numerous budokans which serve as multi-purpose centers for martial arts, team sports such as basketball and volleyball, community activities and other special events.
Budokan of Los Angeles, a Project of Little Tokyo Service Center
231 E Third St, Suite G106