Give more “firsts” to Children’s Hospital Colorado patients and their families
Alice 105.9 Cares for Kids Radiothon™ is sharing stories of hope and healing, live from our patients and their families on Feb. 10 and 11, to raise money for Children’s Hospital Colorado.
For many of our patients, the first step, the first day of school and the first soccer goal represent overcoming serious medical challenges and beating the odds. From research for new treatments and cures to world-class patient care and advocacy, your generous support gives more “firsts” to the children and families at Children’s Colorado.
Your monthly gift makes an incredible difference
Can help provide families with a meal during their stay, leaving them one less thing to worry aboutGive $15
Can help purchase three “teaching” dolls that help children understand complex procedures, diagnoses or treatmentsGive $50
Can help provide technology for patients to enjoy games, movies and virtual reality during diagnostic proceduresGive $100
You make stories of hope, healing and new milestones possible
Nothing is more fulfilling than seeing a child reach a milestone in their growth and development. Your generous support helps us give more “firsts” to the families and children we serve. With your help, children and their parents in our care will have the opportunity to experience hope and healing.
Armando’s Journey from Loss to New Life
Children’s Hospital Colorado helped Armando build his confidence after his left hand had to be amputated due to a severe burn. Armando is now learning to use his new “myoelectric” prosthetic arm, which is controlled by his own muscles.Read their story
Why Pediatric Mental Health Matters: Chloe’s Journey to Recovery
Children’s Hospital Colorado is determined to help families across the region have access to the right mental health care at the right time. Read Chloe’s story, in her own words, to find out why.Read their story
Hunter’s Parents Were Told He Might Never Walk. Today, He Can Run
Hunter was diagnosed with a severe form of scoliosis that was threatening to paralyze him before his 4th birthday. Experts at Children’s Hospital Colorado performed a complex spinal fusion surgery on Hunter, one they’d meticulously planned using a 3D model of his tiny spine.Read their story
Become a Radiothon sponsor
Contact us to learn more about sponsorship opportunities.