Did You Know?
The Children’s Heart Foundation is the leading national organization exclusively focused on funding the most promising research to advance the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of congenital heart defects.
Did You Know?
More than 30 leading international pediatric cardiologists and cardiovascular surgeons comprise the CHF Medical Advisory Board, which overseas the research granting process
Research has made a difference in the lives of thousands of children and their families. In the past decade, death rates for congenital heart defects have declined by 30 percent because of advances made through research.
The Children’s Heart Foundation Colorado Chapter was founded to support the mission of The Children’s Heart Foundation- funding the most promising research on congenital heart defects. Our board is comprised of heart moms, a CHD adult survivor, a pediatric heart surgeon, and adult and pediatric congenital cardiologist, and caring individuals who have embraced this cause as their own.
Additionally, we partner with the Adult Congenital Heart Association for our annual Congenital Heart Walks. The Walks are a great way to meet other families and learn about how our organizations support each other.
Right here in Colorado there are some other organizations that service families impacted by Congenital Heart Disease. While they are not affiliated with The Children’s Heart Foundation, they may be able to help you with emotional and educational needs that are beyond the scope of our mission.
Mended Little Hearts also has several support groups in Colorado, and we recommend visiting their link to find the chapter/group closest to you.
The CHF Monthly E-Newsletter
The Children’s Heart Foundation has a monthly e-newsletter!
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