Buffalo Rehab Group is passionate about supporting people, programs, and causes that promote mental, social, and physical wellness in Western New York. In 2017, the Buffalo Rehab Group Foundation, Inc. was established to review all charity and donation requests systematically and fairly. We would love to respond favorably to all requests however the needs are far greater than our limited resources. Please understand it is not possible for us to accommodate all requests.
Request Process & Policies
All donation requests are reviewed by the Foundation Board of Directors monthly and must be submitted a minimum of eight weeks prior to an event. A confirmation email will be sent to you within 24 hours, so please include a valid email address and contact information. Only approved requests will receive further communication after the initial confirmation email. Please be sure to check your spam or junk folder if you do not see the confirmation email in your primary inbox.
Due to the high volume of requests received, we are unable to confirm the status of requests or receipt of requests by telephone. Although we are honored to receive many charitable requests, we are not able to support them all.
Buffalo Rehab Group has established guidelines for product donations that follow the IRS tax guidelines. All tax information must meet our requirements before a request will be considered. The organization receiving the donation must be a nonprofit and charitable organization and provide a copy of their Federal Tax-Exempt Certificate, 501(c)(3).
Specifically, our corporate giving guidelines do not permit us to donate to the following:
- Annual conferences or conventions
- Individual gifting
- Intermediary donations
- School incentive or reward programs
- Political parties, associations or representatives of advocacy groups
- Organizations that discriminate by race, creed, gender, sexual orientation, age, religion, national origin, or disability
- Religious organizations, churches or programs that are purely denominational in purpose
- Research projects