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It's tough to be in the hospital during the holiday season. That's why we do everything we can to bring joy to our patients and families every day, especially during the holidays.
From our clinical teams to our volunteers and community members, we believe that providing the best care means healing children from the inside out. Check out our holiday cheer, and you're sure to be grinning from ear to ear.
From local police departments delivering gifts to the annual Make-A-Wish holiday store, here are a few of our favorite holiday moments. Thank you to everyone who contributes to these special events for our patients.
The Colorado Ballet will have special guests from the Be Beautiful Be Yourself dance class in their official Nutcracker performance.Watch the 9News story
Daniel's brother Diego's passing did not stop him from delivering 1,600 gifts to our hospital this week. "No, we have to deliver them. That’s what Diego would want."Read more from Denver7
Denver Broncos Linebacker Shaquil Barrett and his wife, Jordanna, made dreams come true by stopping by the hospital to deliver gifts.Learn more about our Broncos partnership
The Colorado Avalanche hockey team stopped by for their annual visit to bring stuffed animals and smiles to patients.Check out more photos
300+ uniformed law enforcement officers honored patients and families at our hospital for the annual Long Blue Line and delivered gifts to patients throughout the hospital.Watch to see more from the visit
Aurora Police Department Officer James Seneca held our 8-year-old leukemia patient Colton during a prayer at our annual Cops Fighting Cancer Long Blue Line.See more photos from The Denver Post
Thousands of motorcycles delivered toys to our patients as part of the Annual Toy Ride.Read more from 9News
Our patient and "piano prodigy" Logan shared his talent at our annual Make-A-Wish Holiday Store, where patients can pick out gifts for their family members.Read Logan's story on Fox31
Each year patients in our Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders design cards to help raise money for the hospital.Read about our artists
There are many ways to spread cheer to patients at our hospital. You and your child can send cheer cards to our patients, donate an item on our hospital wish list, and much more. We appreciate your help brightening up the hospital for our patients and families.
Our experts have put together lots of ideas for you to help keep the holiday season bright and healthy for your kids. Check out these articles for advice to make this year's holiday season the best one yet.