Giving Societies

Children’s Hospital Colorado Foundation established giving societies to recognize and show our appreciation to generous donors. These recognition societies connect donors with each other, as well as hospital staff and patients who benefit from their support every day.

For information about how to join a giving society, please contact the Foundation at 720-777-1700.

Charles C. Gates Society

Established in 2006, the Charles C. Gates Society recognizes donors who have generously contributed $1 million or more to Children’s Colorado, during their lifetimes or through their estates. View list of Charles C. Gates Society members.

Charles C. Gates was honored as a Westerner, an accomplished business leader, a man of vision, and a generous philanthropist. Gates Society donors have made lasting, invaluable investments that have moved Children’s Colorado forward to become better, stronger and more effective in caring for children.

Mae B. Boettcher Society

The Mae B. Boettcher Society recognizes individuals, families, corporations, foundations, associations, and organizations who have generously contributed $250,000 to $999,999 to Children’s Colorado, over the course of their lifetimes or through their estates. View list of Mae B. Boettcher Society members.

Mae Boettcher’s passion and generous philanthropic support for the hospital stemmed from her service on Children’s Colorado Board of Directors from 1951 until 1976 where she touched the lives of many children through her philanthropy and dedication to the hospital.

Tammen Society

The Tammen Society honors all individuals who have donated to Children’s Colorado through a bequest, life-income or other planned gift. View list of Tammen Society members.

Harry H. and Agnes Reid Tammen were early benefactors of Children’s Hospital Colorado, giving much of their wealth to establish The Tammen Trust in 1924. Planned gifts ensure that future generations of children will benefit from the research, family-centered care, clinical education and advocacy for which Children’s is known.

Children’s Circle of Care

Children’s Circle of Care recognizes individuals, family foundations and private companies giving $10,000 or more to Children’s Colorado in a calendar year. View list of Children's Circle of Care members.

In 1995, Children’s Hospital Colorado joined 18 other leading pediatric hospitals to form Children’s Circle of Care. Created to honor individual philanthropists and encourage increased giving, the Circle of Care recognizes the role of philanthropists in assuring excellence in pediatric healthcare. Currently, 27 children’s hospitals across the United States and Canada participate in this prestigious recognition program.

Children’s Circle of Champions

Circle of Champions recognizes corporations and foundations giving $50,000 or more to Children’s Colorado in a calendar year. View list of Children's Circle of Champions members.

Children’s Circle of Leadership

Circle of Leadership recognizes corporations and foundations giving $10,000 to $49,999 to Children’s Colorado in a calendar year. View list of Children's Circle of Leadership members.

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