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The Ohio State University Medical Center's Rehabilitation Programs offer innovative rehabilitation services to help patients with disabling diseases and disorders achieve their highest level of health and functional performance – at home, at work and in the community.

You can help us advance our mission by giving your financial support or volunteering your time. The generous support of individuals, foundations and corporations enables us to provide the latest rehabilitation research, technology and equipment to our patients on an inpatient and outpatient basis.

There are many ways to give financially to our Rehabilitation Programs – in large and small donations. One of the ways to give is through our Annual Giving fund.

Annual Giving

Your donation to this fund will provide financial support for Dodd Hall Inpatient Rehabilitation Services and Outpatient Rehabilitation Programs including activities for patients and their families and staff development.

Contributions are tax deductible, can be given by check or credit card and may be eligible for corporate matching. You can donate immediately, using our online donation site, by clicking on the link below.

Corporate Matching Gifts

Any donation you make to Ohio State's Rehabilitation Programs may qualify for a matching gift from your employer, your spouse's employer or your previous employer if you are retired. Corporate matching gifts can leverage individual gifts and greatly increase the amount received. Please contact your company's human resources department for more information about how you can increase your support of our rehab programs and services.

If you have any questions, need additional information or want to designate your gift to a specific area, please contact:

Kyle N. Sebastian
Associate Director of Development - Neuroscience
Office of Development and Alumni Affairs
660 Ackerman Road
PO Box 183112
Columbus, OH 43218-3112
614-685-5965
Kyle.Sebastian@osumc.edu

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