Make a Donation
No one plans on a life changing injury. A single moment can forever change a person’s life.
Never settling and continuously pushing for better outcomes for the individuals we serve is foundational to our culture here at Origami. Whether a mild concussion, deficits resulting from a brain surgery, a stroke, movement disorders, Parkinson's Disease, or a spinal cord injury, we know that the determination of our clients, the support of their families, and the innovative work of our team is the formula for restoring lives.
However, we recognize that together, there is so much more we can do. It might surprise you to know that on average, we receive at least one call per week from an individual who is unable to access our services due to funding barriers. It is our goal to serve anyone in need of our care, regardless of circumstance. We are grateful that through the generosity of donors and other supporters, we are able to help many individuals receive care they would not otherwise receive.
We are proud to say that 100% of every donation received is used to help make a difference in lives affected by a life changing injury by removing the funding barriers that prevent so many from accessing the help they so desperately need and deserve. Please join us in helping someone receive the care they need.
How to Give
Gifts can be made by check or through our secure online portal. Please make checks payable to Origami Rehabilitation, 3181 Sandhill Road, Mason, MI 48854.
We have a full range of corporate sponsorship packages to meet your company's marketing goals and budget. Sponsorships can include fundraising event recognition and participation, naming rights to common rooms on our campus, presence on our website, and more.
We accept bequests, gift annuities, and in-kind gifts on an individual basis. Feel free to contact us to discuss your giving objectives. Contact Chanin Heise, Director of Development and Communications at (517) 455-0278 or by sending us an email.
University Rehabilitation Alliance, Inc. d/b/a Origami Rehabilitation is recognized as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Please contact your tax advisor to determine if your donation is tax deductible.