Serving our community
As the region’s only nonprofit pediatric hospital, Children’s Hospital Colorado is on the front lines of responding to coronavirus (COVID-19). We are taking every precaution to protect our patients and medical staff for the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic.
For more than 110 years, Children’s Colorado has been a steadfast partner in caring for kids and families. As a community hospital, we stand ready during this time of uncertainty.
This far-reaching health crisis has created several urgent needs at Children’s Colorado
We’re turning to our generous donors to help us mitigate the spread of the virus, while supporting our patients, families and caregivers.
Give to the COVID-19 Relief FundYour coronavirus donation will be used to combat the pandemic while helping those affected by supporting clinical lab staffing, COVID-19 testing resources, telehealth appointments for routine patient visits, groceries for needy patient families, and world-class medical care for children whose injuries and illnesses cannot wait.
Support our frontline caregiversOur health care team needs extra support and resources to navigate both daily patient care and the unprecedented challenges of the coronavirus outbreak. Donations to the Caregiver Emergency Relief Fund will provide resiliency resources, personal protective equipment, and other critical needs to keep our caregivers safe and healthy in mind, body and spirit during this stressful time.
100% of your donation makes a difference
can provide world-class medical care for children whose injuries and illnesses cannot wait during the global pandemicDonate $5000
can provide critical testing supplies for pre-surgery patients and patients referred to Children’s Colorado throughout the communityDonate $10000
can provide our team with much-needed emotional support, mental health services, child care support and financial resources during this stressful timeDonate $25000
From fixing broken bones to treating pediatric cancer, your support allows us to continue to serve the kids and families who depend on us every day. With the COVID-19 situation evolving daily, it’s especially important that we remember that there are many kids in our community who are depending on us for critical care today for ongoing illnesses, treatments, and injuries. And, anxiety among our youth is especially high in this environment.