Ways to Donate

Determining what gift is right for you is just as important as making the gift. Our hope is to work with you to determine what you wish to accomplish for yourself, your family and your charitable interests.

Make an Online Donation

If you would like The ReHab Foundation to contact you about personalized giving options, please contact us or call 716-375-4730 ext. 562

Annual Campaign

Your tax-deductible donation to our annual fund, allows the Rehabilitation Foundation to continue providing financial assistance to the Rehab Center’s supports, services and people, as they need it.

Donate to our Annual Fund

Gift in Tribute / Memorial

Celebrate a special occasion, honor family members and friends, remember special people or offer condolences with a gift to the Foundation. Your gift is tax deductible in accordance with the law.

Make an Online Gift in Tribute

Abigail V. Dulmus Holiday Endowment

This restricted fund within the endowment at the Rehabilitation Foundation has been Abbydesignated to provide an income to support annual holiday celebrations within the continuing day treatment programs Abby attended. In November 2008 the Abigail V. Dulmus Holiday Celebration Endowment was created by her family with an initial donation. This fund supports two things that she particularly loved – holidays and friends. The fund provides financial support for an array of CDT holiday celebrations throughout the year including Valentine’s Day, St. Patrick’s Day, Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas.

Abby’s family chose this specific purpose because they knew how much joy she received from each and every holiday celebration and thought it would be a wonderful and fun way to honor her memory, and allow all of us to continue celebrating for her.

The beauty of this endowment is that Abby’s memory will continue in perpetuity to ensure a measure of celebration at holiday times that might not otherwise occur within these programs due to not-for-profit funding constraints. These modest holiday celebrations have a great meaning to those in Abby’s programs.

Donate Online to the Abby Fund

Barby Ried

Planned Giving

Please contact the Foundation directly to discuss planned giving opportunities. foundation@rehabcenter.org or 716375-4730 ext. 562

Bequests

A bequest provides a gift to the Foundation  in your will. Donors who remember The ReHabilitation Foundation in their wills, allow us to continue to support The ReHab Center’s programs and services that go unfunded. A bequest is a simple way to provide for our future and can be done in many ways. You may arrange for us to receive:

  • a specific dollar amount
  • specified assets, such as securities or property
  • all or a percentage of the remainder of your estate after all other obligations (a residuary bequest)

Make an Online Donation

Barby Ried Social Fund at the Cattaraugus Region Community Foundation

This fund was established in memory of Barbara “Barby” Ried, a longtime SubCon employee.

One of Barby’s favorite parts of SubCon was attending the holiday parties and social events, inspiring her siblings’ decision to establish this fund after her passing in June of 2016. The Barby Ried Social Fund will provide annual grants, of up to $1,000 per year, to the SubCon division for holiday/social/entertainment activities and events to enhance the working experience of SubCon employees.

Donate - Barby Ried Social Fund CRCF

We appreciate your generosity! Your gift allows us to carry out our mission of enhancing the lives of people with disabilities in the Cattaraugus, Allegany and Chautauqua County areas, every day. Learn More


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