Friday, Sep 15 2017
Three years ago, Melinda was in a treadmill accident that caused third-degree burns over much of her lower body. Shortly after her painful accident, Melinda attended Children’s Hospital Colorado Burn Camp, a sleep-away camp that allows children and teens to spend time in the outdoors with other burn victims.
Friday, Aug 11 2017
Much has been written about the unusual power that certain places have in our lives and in our memories. This fall, Children’s Hospital Colorado celebrates the 10-year anniversary of one of our 16 Colorado locations, the beautiful facility our community helped to create on the Anschutz Medical Campus. This occasion got me thinking back to our former location in downtown Denver.
Tuesday, Jun 13 2017
There is nothing that Bryan wouldn’t do to protect his child. But when his daughter, Kailee, was diagnosed with a mysterious and debilitating seizure disorder, life as his family knew it came to an end. Here, Bryan shares about a father’s endless love and the real-life superheroes who have helped his daughter on an unpredictable journey.
Tuesday, Jun 6 2017
I’ll be honest. I’m not an athlete. I started walking every day because I wanted to be a bit fitter, but not with any great goals in mind. Last year, I found out about the Climb for Courage, a fundraiser for Children’s Hospital Colorado at the U.S. Air Force Academy’s Falcon Stadium. I was interested because I love children and was baffled that we don’t have a children’s hospital here in Colorado Springs.
Thursday, May 25 2017
Before she was Miss Colorado, Shannon Patilla was a volunteer at Children’s Hospital Colorado. Since winning the crown in 2016, Shannon has continued to support the hospital by volunteering at Seacrest Studios, visiting with patients and even helping to answer phones at Alice Cares for Kids Radiothon.