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 percent of every donated dollar goes to the foundation’s philanthropic funds, with no overhead costs or administrative fees.
Teen vaping is a growing public health issue. One way you can fight it is to communicate candidly with the kids in your life about the risks involved with vaping. A free information fair at Longs Peak Hospital in January is offering resources and information to help.
Learning the importance of giving starts young. Parker and Naya, children of Longs Peak Hospital’s Dr. Devin Rickett, set up a lemonade stand outside their home and raised $100, which they donated to the foundation's patient assistance fund.
Donor contributions to the foundation’s Women & Children’s Care Fund recently made an impact, providing two biliblankets for Longs Peak Hospital’s special care nursery. These blankets provide phototherapy to treat babies who have jaundice.
The foundation held its second annual donor appreciation and scholarship celebration Oct. 15 at the Fox Hill Club in Longmont.
Longs Peak Hospital’s rehabilitation clinic began offering a lymphedema clinic in May. The service is the result of a collaboration between lymphedema experts from UCHealth rehabilitation clinics in Denver and Fort Collins and Lauren Brown, Longs Peak Hospital’s certified lymphedema therapist.
"Our community is a giving community. This hasn't changed over time. As our community grows, we simply open our arms wider to encompass those working diligently to meet the needs of others."
A youngster donated stuffed toys to the hospital to give other kids the same comfort she received while hospitalized.
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