Children's Hospital Colorado

How You Can Help During the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Crisis

During the ongoing coronavirus crisis, it's easy (and understandable) to feel overwhelmed. But what's even stronger than fear is hope – and action. At Children's Hospital Colorado, we're proud of the way our team members, patient families, partners, financial donors and community members are working together in this time of need. People are stepping up and showing up to help.

We've compiled this list of the ways you can help Children's Colorado and your local community while still maintaining social distancing and adhering to Colorado's evolving coronavirus safety guidelines. Check back regularly for updates.

How to help Children's Colorado

Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, our dedicated team members are keeping kids in our hospitals safe – and providing the patient- and family-centered care they deserve.

You can help patients and team members at Children's Colorado in the following ways.

How the community is helping

Communities across Colorado and our region are facing enormous challenges during this time. Fortunately, many organizations, including our community partners, are stepping up to meet these needs. We're celebrating the ways our partners are helping outside of our hospital walls – and how you can help them, too.

We'll continue to update this list as we learn of additional resources.

If you need help

Whether your family has concerns about food, or you're looking for ways to help your child succeed at home, the following resources can help.

We'll continue to update this page when possible throughout the coronavirus crisis in Colorado. Please share these important resources with your community and return soon to learn about additional ways you can help in the coming weeks. And remember: We're all in this together. Please take care of yourself and each other.

From answers to parents' top questions to important phone numbers to know, we've gathered the coronavirus information you might need during this time and put it all in one place.

Editor's note: This page was updated on Dec. 2, 2020. Due to the nature of the coronavirus pandemic, recommendations can change quickly. Please follow all rules and guidelines set by state and local public health and safety authorities. Reference the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) for immediate updates on COVID-19.

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