Learn More About Idaho Elks Rehab
Idaho Elks Rehab, a project of the Idaho State Elks Association, provides funding to nonprofit rehab providers, universities, and local community groups to help improve the lives of Idaho residents and families.
Who We Are?
The Idaho State Elks Association is a charitable organization that began working with rehab patients in 1947, when it established a convalescent home for children with polio. The effort grew into the Northwest’s premier rehab system, providing state-of-the art, personalized care at the main Elks Rehab Hospital, the Elks Hearing and Balance Center, and Elks Internal Medicine. The Elks also partnered with St. Luke’s Health System to deliver children’s rehab and specialized wound care.
In 2014, the Idaho Elks transitioned away from providing hands-on rehab services and now—through philanthropic grants—focuses on providing financial support to rehab programs and projects.
Grants may be used for equipment, staff training, research, health education programs, and local projects that enhance the lives of rehab patients in Idaho.
What If Every Idahoan Gave $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 three ways:
Click the Donate Today button below, Contact Grant Jones, Director of Development, at (208) 489-4592 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or mail a check payable to Idaho Elks Rehab to Idaho Elks Rehab, P.O. Box 1100, Boise, ID 83701.
Discover Idaho Elks Rehab Grants
Idaho Elks Rehab awards three types of grants to support physical rehab efforts in Idaho: Community Rehab grants and Local Lodge grants and Rehab Medicine grants. Each type of grant has different eligibility.
Community Rehab Grants
Community Rehabilitation Grants are awarded to Idaho 501 (c) (3) organizations to help assure the availability of quality physical rehabilitation services in communities throughout the state. Projects could include state-of-the-art equipment used in physical rehab, staff education or training, research, or program development as related to rehab.
Grant applications are due by September 1.
Local Lodge Grants
Local Lodge Grants help Elks Lodges in Idaho address community rehabilitation needs by helping make the community healthier and more accessible to people in need of physical rehabilitation. Projects could include an accessible trail, wheelchair-accessible ramp, or an automatic door at a senior center.
Grant applications are due by September 15.
Rehab Medicine Grants
These grants are awarded to rehab providers, universities, or other nonprofit organizations like cities or counties. Monies can be used to purchase capital rehab equipment, offer continuing education to rehab professionals, provide rehab-related community education, or fund research.
Application coming soon!
Grow Your Herds
The success of the ISEA and Elks Grand Lodge mission depends on our efforts to increase our herds. Talk to your family, co-workers and friends today about joining the Elks!