Rideau Recognition Donates Artwork to Camp Corral’s Mission to Support Military Children

Rideau Recognition Donates Artwork to Camp Corral’s Mission to Support Military Children

Rideau Recognition, a global leader in employee recognition solutions and human capital management, donated three original paintings by renowned Montreal Artist and Rideau President & Ceo, Peter W. Hart to Camp Corral

The paintings showcase the Montreal artist’s favorite style of painting – collaborative. “I enjoy all types of art and media but collaborating with people is among my favorite artistic expressions,” says Hart. “I’ve been a fan of Camp Corral and its mission to transform the lives of children of wounded, injured, ill and fallen military veterans since I first heard about them and I’m always ready to collaborate with the great team at Camp Corral in any way possible.”

This year’s paintings by Hart represent not only Camp Corral’s dedication to providing a unique summer camp experience for military children, but also the ongoing support of two of Camp Corral’s largest sponsors, BB&T and Disabled American Veterans (DAV).

“We are pleased Peter was able to incorporate the generosity of both BB&T and the DAV into the spirit of his paintings,” says Anne Thornton, Executive Director at Camp Gorham. “The paintings are beautiful and bring a smile to those who see them, just as Camp Corral brings smiles to our nation’s youngest military heroes.”

“Rideau’s business is employee recognition and we are experts in recognizing the value in people, encouraging them and giving them room to shine,” says Hart. “In that way, Rideau and Camp Corral are perfectly aligned. We both want our audience to feel valued, appreciated and energized to use their talents to take on whatever life has in store.”

About Camp Corral

Camp Corral, a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt, nonprofit corporation, is a free, one-of-a-kind summer camp for children of wounded, injured, ill and fallen military service members. Since its founding in 2011 by Golden Corral, Camp Corral has grown to 24 camp sessions in 19 states and has served more than 17,000 children. Although any child ages 8 to 15 from a military family is eligible, registration priority is given to children of wounded, disabled or fallen military service members. For more information, visit

About Rideau Recognition Solutions:

Rideau leverages its century-plus of experience in the recognition industry to reinvent the human capital landscape with a true Return on Recognition. Built upon award-winning, state-of-the-art technology and validated by years of clinical scientific research, Rideau’s new approach to employee recognition is transforming the use of recognition analytical data. With the use of its proprietary analytics, Rideau is able to identify real-time opportunities to increase employee engagement, employee retention, and customer satisfaction; and identify the concrete, measurable return on investment that yields lower recognition program costs. For more information, visit

About the Peter W. Hart Gallery:

A prolific artist, Peter W. Hart permanently exhibits his work at his self-titled gallery located in the heart of Old Montreal. Vivid and expressive, his pieces are inspired by artistic works from another era, but are unequivocally contemporary. Peter enjoys sharing his love of painting with various organizations and regularly leads painting workshops for children, the homeless and other community groups. For more information, visit