The 25th Children’s Hospital Colorado Courage Classic tour crossed the final finish line in Copper Mountain and raised a record-breaking $2.9 million.
Two-thousand riders will continue fundraising through Aug. 31. The tour lasted three days, included three mountain passes and was supported by nearly 400 volunteers.
Learn more about Courage Classic.
The tour, presented by Prologis, is regarded as one of Colorado’s premier cycling events. Funds raised help Children’s Colorado achieve its mission to improve the health of children through high-quality, coordinated programs of patient care, education, research and advocacy. Children’s Colorado served 198,564 patients in 2013 and expect to see even more infants, kids and teens in the years to come.
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Your support of the Children’s Fund helps us:
- Focus on care that supports parents, family and siblings as they navigate the medical, emotional and social needs of patients
- Offer financial access to care for children in need
- Help parents find federal and state resources for their child’s care
- Provide Children’s expertise close to home through clinics around the Denver Metro and the Rocky Mountain region
- Make groundbreaking strides in research leading to more effective treatments and cures for childhood illnesses
- Meet unique pediatric health needs via a care network of 1,000 pediatric specialists and more than 5,090 employees
Read about patients whose lives have changed thanks to Children's Colorado.
A portion of Courage Classic fundraising also goes to Adaptive Recreation for Childhood Health (ARCH), which helps patients with physical disabilities experience freedom from physical challenges through activities like skiing, snowboarding, fishing and cycling.
Thank you riders, volunteers and donors!
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