Donations to Idaho Elks Rehab directly support physical rehabilitation programs, research, and community projects that enhance the mobility of Idaho’s residents.Your contribution, large or small, can enable physical improvements like accessible ramps, help fund state-of-the-art equipment, and ensure rehab professionals are staying abreast of best practices. Find out how you can help Idahoans realize their fullest potential by contacting Grant Jones, Director of Development, at (208) 489-4592 or email@example.com.
Honor a loved one with a commemorative brick that will continue to build the legacy of commitment to rehab by Idaho Elks Rehab. Bricks are placed near the elk statue at the front entrance of the Idaho Elks Rehab Medical Building 1. Please contact Grant Jones, Director of Development, at (208) 489-4592 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or submit this order form.
CAN YOU GIVE $1?
If everyone in Idaho gave just $1, we could invest $1.6 million for rehab in our state.
In our lifetimes, we will all know many people who need rehabilitation of some kind—let’s be sure they have the best there is! Join us in advancing rehab in Idaho by contributing today.
You can make your pledge in one of two ways:
- contact Grant Jones, Director of Development, at (208) 489-4592 or email@example.com
- mail a check payable to Idaho Elks Rehab to Idaho Elks Rehab, P.O. Box 1100, Boise, ID 83701
FARMING FOR REHAB
In an effort to showcase Idaho farmers and their bounty, our farmers are encouraged to participate in the “Farming for Rehab” campaign.
The effort is really quite simple: Donate profits from one acre of crop a year to Idaho Elks Rehab. Idaho Elks Rehab funds rehab across the state. “Farming for Rehab” provides an opportunity for farmers all across Idaho to come together to make a huge impact.
The collective efforts of farmers of all kinds could make a huge difference in the lives of fellow Idahoans in need of rehab.The “Farming for Rehab” campaign could serve as a catalyst for other occupations in Idaho. Farmers could set the stage for a statewide show of support for rehab.
“When we give cheerfully and accept gratefully, everyone is blessed.”
“No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted.”
“Do what you can, with what you have, where you are.”