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We welcome you to give to the area that you care about most.

Find Your Passion Occupational Therapy Giving Priorities

We welcome you to give to the area that you care about most.

You can support the greatest needs in the department by giving to this fund.

Help occupational therapy students achieve their dreams by supporting scholarships. Choose from a list of departmental scholarships on our online giving form.

The Gene and Ellie Gilfoyle Endowment for the Assistive Technology Resource Center provides hands-on experiences with assistive technology applications for OT graduate students and helps members of the campus community.

Center for Community Partnerships

The Center for Community Partnerships is the direct service program of the Department of Occupational Therapy. Our program provides services for youth and adults with disabilities and/or challenges as they pursue employment, independent living, recreational, and community access goals.

Veterans in the New Start Program climbing

New Start for Student-Veterans Program

Occupational Therapy/Early Childhood Center Collaborative Research Fund

The Occupational Therapy/Early Childhood Center Collaborative Research Fund was established to support the ongoing research efforts between the Department of Occupational Therapy and CSU’s Early Childhood Center. This Center has become a perfect pediatric fieldwork site for occupational therapy graduate students and faculty researchers. Your gift will help continue to support this mission.

Student on pediatric fieldwork

Honoring our History Legacies Project

Visit the Legacies Project pages to learn about the personal and professional histories of select retirees and faculty emeriti. Did these OT faculty make a difference in your life? On their Legacies pages, you can make a gift in their honor.

Louise White with faculty member David Greene

Legacies Honoree Louise White with OT faculty member David Greene

Planned Gifts Change Lives

Wanda Mayberry passed away on Dec. 18, 2012, after a valiant battle against cancer. She was 78. Her legacy at CSU lives on through her philanthropy. Her estate gift continues to support student scholarships, professional development, and connections in the Wanda Mayberry Student Lounge. Watch a video honoring Wanda’s investment in the future.

With You, We Will.

The College of Health and Human Sciences is promoting health and well-being, for everyone. And, with your help, we will succeed!

Student group with text `With You, We Will.`