“Gratitude can transform common days into thanksgivings, turn routine jobs into joy, and change ordinary opportunities into blessings.”
― William Arthur Ward
Here at Honorcraft, we would like to take this moment in the giving season to recognize our clients and partners. We are grateful for, and inspired by, the incredible impact for good that our clients are making every day throughout our country and worldwide.
We would also like to say ‘thank you’ to our clients for their confidence in Honorcraft. We truly appreciate and are thankful that we have the opportunity to create beautiful moments and objects that capture the essence of gratitude and recognition, to help perpetuate and inspire the spirit of philanthropy and future giving.
Bernard W. Harleston, H98, and his wife being presented a plaque newly naming a Tufts University dormitory to Harleston Hall.
Pictured above are Bernard W. Harleston, H98, and his wife being presented a plaque newly naming a Tufts University dormitory to Harleston Hall . The honor, he said, caps a Tufts career that began 60 years ago and ensures that the Harleston legacy will endure. “For that I am grateful and very proud,” he said.
In 1956, Bernard W. Harleston, H98, was the first African-American to be hired as a tenure-track professor in Arts and Sciences at Tufts. He would go onto become one of the college’s most beloved teachers and later serve as its dean.
“Gratitude inspires happiness and carries divine influence.”
-Bonnie D. Parkin