Longs Peak Hospital Foundation
We improve lives.
Our not-for-profit hospitals focus on investing resources to improve the lives of our families, friends and neighbors in the Longmont area. Our foundation helps provide value-added services not covered by insurance.
Through the generosity of individual, corporate, and foundation donors, as well as through public grant funding, Longs Peak Hospital Foundation provides funding to support innovative research and education, patient financial assistance, community health programs, and enhancements to patient care.
Private donations from community members enable us to bridge gaps in services, accelerate advances in health care, and help thankful patients and families express gratitude. Many critically important services offered for UCHealth patients and families in the Longmont area would not exist without private donations made through the foundation.
100% of every donated dollar goes to the foundation’s philanthropic funds, with no overhead costs or administrative fees.
Parent Education Videos released
A healthy community supports new families. Thank you to The Braly Family Foundation for granting funds so local experts with UCHealth and The Learning Center could create bite-sized videos for parents.
Join Longs Peak Hospital Foundation on Saturday, April 22, 2023, at our Clay Shoot event. Proceeds benefit the Longs Peak Hospital Foundation Cancer Center and Cancer Patient & Family Assistance funds.
Corn Hole Tournament
Join Longs Peak Hospital Foundation on Saturday, October 7, 2023, at our Corn Hole Tournament. Proceeds benefit the Longs Peak Hospital Foundation employee education fund and nursing scholarship fund.
Topgolf (SOLD OUT – THANK YOU!)
Join Longs Peak Hospital Foundation on Sunday, February 26, 2023, at our Topgolf Tournament. Proceeds benefit the Longs Peak Hospital Foundation employee education fund and nursing scholarship fund.
Ventilated and running for office. Not exactly.
Even though Wendell Young’s friends felt helpless when he was on a ventilator, they believed he would make it. They made Wendell for Mayor t-shirts. They also provided meals, transportation and emotional support to Wendell’s family.
On March 30, 2021, Wendell and his wife, Dr. Lisa Young, were at home. Lisa, a UCHealth audiologist, went into high gear when she realized that Wendell’s breathing was severely struggling. He had been diagnosed with COVID-19 the day before. Even though Wendell had oxygen at home, he significantly worsened on April 1. He was coughing up blood and Lisa took him back to Longs Peak Hospital where he stayed for 11 days, eight of which he was connected to a ventilator.
Healthy Hearts Career Fair
UCHealth Longs Peak Hospital and Healthy Hearts program hosted a Career Fair for students in the St. Vrain Valley School District on July 24. The fair allowed students to talk to health care professionals to learn about all the different health care careers which included physicians, nurses, pharmacists, radiology, nutritionists, therapists, etc.
Hospital’s medical-surgical unit gaining traction
Thanks to donor generosity, Longs Peak Hospital recently acquired traction equipment used to reduce pain and realign fractures. The new equipment is known as Buck’s Traction and is used to help realign a fracture by applying weighted pressure on the extremity using a pulley system.
Support our life-saving work through your donor advised fund
A donor advised fund, which is like a charitable savings account, gives you the flexibility to recommend how much and how often money is granted to Longs Peak Hospital Foundation. You can recommend a grant or recurring grants now to make an immediate impact, or you can use your fund as a tool for ongoing and future charitable gifts.
Tax benefits from charitable giving
There are many ways that you can receive tax benefits when donating to a foundation.
Your generosity helps save lives
Longs Peak Hospital joined a collaboration with Longmont United Hospital and the City of Longmont to launch Stop the Bleed trainings for teachers in the St. Vrain Valley School District (SVVSD). Foundation supporters made it possible for us to contribute 140 Stop the Bleed kits, including 20 kits placed with trained teachers at six local high schools.