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About the Foundation

The Craig Hospital Foundation supports the hospital in achieving its goals through philanthropy. Operating in accordance with the philosophy of Craig Hospital, the Foundation builds lifelong relationships with contributors, raises funds and dedicates its resources to further advance the needs of Craig Hospital and those it serves.

Featured Updates

Engraved Personalized Pavers Available

Invest in the future of rehabilitation medicine by purchasing your own personalized engraved paver. These pavers will be installed in the new facility, and will allow you to make your mark on our new campus while supporting Redefining ROI: the Campaign for Craig Hospital. Individual pavers start at $500 or you can have your name on a shared paver for $250. Flexible 12-month payment plans are available starting at just $21/month to secure your paver!

With your help, we will continue to set the pace for rehabilitation medicine for hospitals throughout the world. Support Craig Hospital's Redefining ROI Campaign by purchasing a paver today. Together, we will redefine possible.

Featured News and Events

Craig Hospital and RE/MAX, LLC Invitational Golf Tournament
Registration is now open for the 17th Annual Craig Hospital/RE/MAX, LLC Invitational Golf Tournament at the spectacular Sanctuary golf course in Sedalia, Colo. on July 24.  Learn more.

Teen at Craig Hospital attends his graduation via Skype
The Craig Hospital Foundation hosted a surprise graduation party for Craig patient Alex Fraser on May 18.  The Patient Assistance Fund paid for the special event, which included a viewing of his ceremony via Skype and an appearance by the Colorado Avalanche cheerleaders.  Watch this story on KUSA-TV.

The Craig Hospital Foundation provides opportunities for members of the community to give hope to patients and their families. Donations are used to help patients so that each person has a chance to achieve the best possible outcomes following a catastrophic spinal cord or traumatic brain injury.

~ Jim Vacik, Colorado Springs, CO, Craig Graduate '79 ~