Results Through Rehabilitation & Research
Gifts of Cash can be made on line Donate Now with a credit card.
Donors can also mail checks to:
The Burke Rehabilitation Center
Attn: Development Office
785 Mamaroneck Avenue
White Plains, New York 10605
NOTE: Please make checks payable to:
The Winifred Masterson Burke Foundation
Donors can provide long term support to Burke through a bequest, trust, charitable gift annuity, insurance policies and many other charitable vehicles. For more information on this type of giving, please call the Development Office at (914) 597-2348.
Express your appreciation for the care you received
Would you like to thank your doctor? Do you want to honor a special nurse or therapist for the care you received? Making a donation is the best way to say thank you and it also helps save lives.
With your support, we will continue to hire and train the very best caregivers to provide information and reassurance to patients and their families. To donate online and participate in this special recognition program click here. Honorees will receive notification of your generosity. No gift amount will be given.
Gifts of Stock
To transfer stocks, please call the Development Office directly at (914) 597-2348.
Donating Equipment To Burke
Do you have new or gently used "hospital grade" therapeutic equipment you would like to donate to Burke? Please call the Development Office at (914) 597-2348.
Please consult your company’s human resource department to learn if your employer will match your donation to Burke.
Your donation can make a difference throughout the year by joining Burke’s Monthly Giving Program.
Did you know that Burke Rehabilitation Hospital was founded due to the generosity of one man -- John Masterson Burke?
Through his endowment, 60 acres were purchased in White Plains, New York and the hospital designed and constructed by the prominent architectural firm McKim, Mead & White. Since its opening in 1915, the hospital has relied on donations from the public for its continued operation.
Please consider making a donation to support the next 100 years of Rehabilitation services at Burke.