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.
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.
Now more than ever, a strong and thriving pediatric health care system is vital. We invite you to make an impact by supporting COVID-19 response efforts at Children’s Colorado.
Make an Immediate Impact
Your donation to the COVID-19 Relief Fund 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.
More ways to give
Our 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.
The Enterprise Zone tax credit is an opportunity to donate to Children’s Hospital Colorado and reduce the amount of Colorado state income tax you pay, in addition to federal and state charitable deductions you may receive for gifts to charity.
Crowdfunding for Children’s Colorado is an online fundraising platform that empowers our community to create and fund projects that support Children's Hospital Colorado. Explore COVID-19 crowdfunding projects that can make a lasting impact for kids.
Charitable Giving under the CARES Act
The federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act expanded tax deductions for charitable giving. For taxpayers who take the standard deduction, the CARES Act created an above-the-line deduction of up to $300 for cash donations made in 2020. For taxpayers who itemize, the deduction limit for charitable donations was increased. Consult a tax advisor for additional information on how you can support Children’s Hospital Colorado under these expanded charitable giving rules.
Give through your Donor-Advised Fund (DAF)
A donor-advised fund, or DAF, is a personal charitable vehicle that donors can establish at a public charity such as a community foundation or financial institution. A DAF allows donors to make a charitable contribution, receive an immediate income tax deduction, and recommend grants from the fund over time to qualified nonprofits, such as Children's Hospital Colorado Foundation.
Currently, donors can recommend grants to Children's Hospital Colorado Foundation from Fidelity® Charitable, Schwab® Charitable, and Greater Kansas City Community Foundation through the link below. More sponsoring charities may be added in the future, so please check back if your fund isn’t currently listed. If you have questions or need assistance, please contact us at 720-777-1700 or email@example.com.
News and Updates
Wednesday, May 20 2020
Could the cure to COVID-19 be found in kids? We aim to find out. Read how Children’s Colorado is on the front lines of groundbreaking research to find new treatments and therapies for COVID-19 all thanks to donors.
Wednesday, May 20 2020
Children's Hospital Colorado asked donors to help us mobilize a rapid response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The outpouring of support was overwhelming. From care packages and toys to mental health resources and protective equipment, your donations are making a tremendous difference for frontline caregivers, patient families and the broader community.
Wednesday, May 20 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has quickly accelerated the need for Children’s Colorado to deliver care in innovative ways. The hospital recently ramped up telehealth appointments from about 100 per week to 6,000 per week to serve patients and families. Read more about how telehealth is helping kids like 8-year-old Keira and how donor support has made this rapid expansion possible.
Wednesday, Mar 25 2020
As the region’s only nonprofit pediatric hospital, Children’s Hospital Colorado (Children’s Colorado) is on the front lines of responding to COVID-19. This far-reaching health crisis has created several urgent needs at Children’s Colorado as the hospital works to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, while supporting our patients, families and caregivers.
Wednesday, Mar 11 2020
With the coronavirus (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.