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Psyched to Climb Cycling Team Rises to New Fundraising Heights

In just two years, a dedicated group of cyclists has raised more than $200,000 for the Pediatric Mental Health Institute through the Courage Classic Bicycle Tour. Read how they are making a difference and what inspired the team’s captain to get involved.

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Ways to Give

No matter how you choose to give to Children’s Hospital Colorado, you will make a significant impact in the future of children’s health.

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Fundraising Events

Participating in events as an attendee, volunteer or sponsor is a great way to show your support for Children's Hospital Colorado and the patients and families who depend on us for care.

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The 2221 Society

The 2221 Society contributes philanthropic funding to Children’s Hospital Colorado to support important initiatives like cutting-edge research, treatment, therapy, education and advocacy.

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Delaney’s #1 Wish? To Cure Cancer.

Delaney underwent years of chemotherapy, endured multiple surgeries and hospitalizations, and missed more school days than she can count. Find out where Delaney is today and what she says was the hardest part of cancer treatment.

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Helping Families Navigate a Devastating Diagnosis

Having a child diagnosed with cancer is one of the most devastating experiences a parent will ever face. Fortunately, donors enable us to give families extensive support – both during treatment and the years that follow.

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Advancing Cures Through Research

Physician-scientists at Children’s Colorado are working tirelessly to find more effective, less invasive treatments for pediatric cancer, and they are gaining ground by using an unexpected weapon: the body’s own immune system.

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