We would like to thank our distinguished donors, Richard & Liana Broadstone, for their tremendous generosity in advancing essential biomedical research in neurological function and disease.
The Institute of Neural Regeneration and Tissue Engineering is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt non-profit charitable organization that was founded with the goal of improving the lives of the millions who suffer from strokes, spinal cord injuries, traumatic brain injuries, and neurodegenerative diseases. Our focus is on scientific research work, translating basic sciences of today into the biomedical technologies of the future. We also seek to understand the fundamental basis of all neural function, from molecular, cellular, and human perspectives. This work relies on charitable giving, and we are proud that all donations directly fund ground-breaking research and ideas that we hope will lead to new understanding of neurological diseases and revolutionary new treatments and therapies for patients. We are also proud that the Institute has already made many significant scientific discoveries, as described through several impactful scientific publications, thereby providing important insights in the fields of tissue engineering, stem cell biology, and regenerative medicine. The Institute will always remain fully transparent about all spending and we are happy to answer any questions regarding the accounting of how donations are spent.
There are several ways that you can assist our efforts. Financial donations are greatly appreciated, and these can be made through the secure Paypal or Razoo links below, which accept payments through all major debit and credit cards, or you may contact our research group directly at email@example.com. Appropriate receipts are provided for all your tax deduction purposes. You can also shop at Amazon.com using the Amazon Smiles program, which adds no additional cost to you but donates 0.5% of your purchase to our organization. We would also appreciate donations of additional new or used laboratory equipment items. Most of all, we are grateful for help in raising awareness of these issues and efforts. If you have a personal story of challenge or tragedy with neurological disease or injury that you would like to share in writing or on film, we would like to hear from you at the above email address. We thank you for your encouragement and support in these charitable causes and challenging endeavors!