Adult riders (16 and older) are required to raise $500 in donations and child riders are required to raise $125. If you have not raised the minimum by the time you check in at the tour, you will need to make a donation of that remaining amount when you check in, in order to participate. Your donation can be refunded up until Aug. 31 if you receive other donations after the tour.

New this year! Connect your fundraiser to Facebook

This is an exciting new feature that allows you to streamline your fundraising efforts and receive donations directly through Facebook. In just a few steps, you can create a connected Facebook fundraising page where friends can read your story, watch your progress and donate — all without ever leaving Facebook. Check out step-by-step instructions to connect your fundraiser to Facebook.


Check out the fundraising toolkit and the tools below for a successful year of fundraising.

Donation collection:

Offline donation forms

Tax information

Employer matching gift information

Promotional content:

Courage Classic flyer

Team captain tools:

Team recruitment poster (editable)

Team sponsorship letter template

Example of team sponsor benefits

Photo/storytelling consent:

HIPAA form

Team Fundraising

Donors are able to designate their gift to a team without having to choose an individual rider(s) to credit. Learn more about team fundraising...

Logo use

To request the Courage Classic logo for use, please contact John LeCrone. Logo and usage guidelines will be emailed to you.

Please have your usage approved
All materials that use the name and logos of Children's Hospital Colorado and/or the Courage Classic must be approved by Children's Hospital Colorado Foundation prior to publishing. To request approval, please email your pieces to John LeCrone. Please allow two business days for final approval.

Fundraising tips

Tell the story of how you got involved with the Courage Classic and why you're supporting Children's Hospital Colorado.
Getting Started
Take the first steps toward meeting your fundraising goal by signing into the Participant Center to familiarize yourself with helpful resources.
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social media
Hashtags, twibbons and tweets, oh my. Helpful tips for sharing your Courage Classic experience with friends and family on social media.
email meme
Email is king when it comes to raising money. Here are a few tips to spread the word about your ride.
bike gear
Check out 5 ways to ask for donations.
tandem bike
7 fun ways to build camaraderie on your team and raise money.
Not sure who to ask or how to start? Follow this road map to raise at least $1,000 this year. This is a great formula for those who are new to fundraising.