Make a MIGHTY Difference


Thanks to the generous support of the community, Children’s Hospital Colorado has served as an irreplaceable community asset that has been dedicated to the health and well-being of children for 110 years.

With your help, Children’s Hospital Colorado will continue building on this history of healing by making strategic investments in people and programs to redefine the future of children’s health in ways we only dreamed of yesterday.

By participating in Mighty Millions Raffle, you are contributing to a brighter and healthier future for children like Danielle, Aloukika, and Logan (featured below) in our region and around the world. And, in the process, you’ll give yourself a chance to win some incredible prizes.

Join us in this mighty quest to transform the lives of the children and make a difference for families who depend on Children’s Colorado for care.

Each ticket sold in the Children's Hospital Colorado Mighty Millions Raffle will help to continue world-class pediatric care, education, research and advocacy that lets courageous kids be kids.

For more information about Children's Hospital Colorado Foundation visit childrenscoloradofoundation.org.

DANIELLE, AGE 11

DANIELLE, AGE 11

Children's Colorado patient

Danielle has been a patient at the Children’s Colorado Heart Institute since she was born. After being diagnosed with a congenital heart defect, she has undergone multiple surgeries. Today, Danielle is a compassionate and caring young girl who plays the piano, violin and drums. When she grows up, she hopes to become a cardiologist.

ALOUKIKA, AGE 12

ALOUKIKA, AGE 12

Children's Colorado patient

Aloukika was diagnosed with caudal regression syndrome, a serious congenital birth defect that left her without part of her spinal cord and pelvis, limiting her mobility and affecting her kidneys and urinary tract. Today, after a major reconstructive surgery at Children’s Colorado, Aloukika doesn’t let her diagnosis stop her from pursuing her passions.

LOGAN, AGE 11

LOGAN, AGE 11

Children's Colorado patient

When Logan was 3, he developed a mysterious stomachache. After undergoing various medical tests, an X-ray of his lung revealed a rare cancerous tumor with a 30 percent survival rate. Logan underwent more than six hours of surgery at Children’s Colorado to remove the mass. After months of chemotherapy and radiation, Logan has now been cancer-free for six years.