Give Comfort & Joy

Bring the magic of the season to Children's Hospital Colorado patients and families.

Here, your generosity helps patients and families experience “home for the holidays”

Every child deserves to experience the magic of the holiday season. But hundreds of patients and their families spend the holidays at Children’s Hospital Colorado every year. From bringing joy to a child’s hospital room with toy deliveries and decorations to providing hope for new treatments and cures, your generous support brings comfort and joy.

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Join other community corporate partners in fundraising during the month of December for Children’s Hospital Colorado patients and families.

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Give comfort and joy to patients and families this holiday season


can provide technology that makes procedures less scary and stressful

Donate $250


can fuel a lifesaving local transport in our specially-equipped helicopter

Donate $500


can provide support for research of infectious diseases, like COVID-19

Donate $2500

Give a larger gift at no extra cost to you

Colorado residents who make qualifying gifts to Children’s Colorado are eligible for a generous tax credit of up to 25% to use against their state income tax if giving an outright gift of cash, or 12.5% for gifts of appreciated assets, such as stocks and securities.

“Walking through the hospital doors comes to feel like the comfort of home, because even when it’s scary, you know Children’s Colorado is just as invested in your child as you are.”

Evie’s mom, Salem

You help make stories of joy and healing possible

From carolers to holiday decorations in patients’ rooms to toy deliveries — the extra touches you make possible this time of year mean the world to children and their parents as you help the hospital to feel more like home during this magical season. From providing the very best clinical care to making children’s spirits bright, we couldn’t do it without you!


Evie’s Holiday Firsts and Joy at the Hospital

“One day, after Evie had spent months in the NICU, I walked through the hospital doors and realized it felt like I was coming home. And that feeling was priceless for our family — especially at the holidays. We never imagined spending Evie’s first holiday season in the hospital, but it somehow ended up even better. At that special time of year, we got to share our girl with everyone who loved her!” – Evie’s mom, Salem

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Brave Heart: Oliver’s Story of Hope and Survival

“My family asked what I wanted for Christmas this year, and I told them I don’t want anything,” said Becca. “I have my son, and that’s all I could ever ask for.”

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