Teddy Bear Patrol


You can start donating Teddy Bears now through August 25th! Last year, KOSI 101.1 and Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children donated over 4,000 teddy bears to local Fire, EMS and Police. Be sure to join us for this year’s Teddy Bear Patrol Party on August 25, 2018!

Join the Teddy Bear Patrol and help a child!

Sometimes the smallest act of kindness can have a big impact. That is the underlying goal of the Teddy Bear Patrol community promotion on KOSI 101.1 FM this summer.
When first responders arrive on the scene of an emergency in which a child is involved, it can be a traumatic event for that child. If the first responder could go to the trunk of his or her vehicle and hand that child a teddy bear to ease his or her anxiety, it goes a long way.

Here’s what our sponsors and first responders say about the Teddy Bear Patrol:

Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children

“Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children is a proud sponsor and partner in Denver’s second Teddy Bear Patrol. At Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children, we know how important it is to make a child feel as comfortable as possible in an emergency situation. Providing teddy bears to those children is a great start in the recovery process. Thanks to our EMS and first responders for their hard work and dedication that makes an impact every day.”

– Maureen Tarrant, President and CEO, Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children

Denver Police Department

“The Denver Police Department is glad to be part of the Teddy Bear Patrol to provide Teddy Bears to kids we come in contact with who’ve been involved in a traumatic event. We appreciate the community effort to help us collect these bears.”

Every donation helps!

If you’re interested in making your own Teddy Bear donation, Health One locations will have bins to collect furry friends. See below of a list of all Health One locations.

To support the Teddy Bear Patrol campaign with a financial donation, visit: https://rmchildren.org/about-us/our-impact. Click on the Give Now button to complete your donation and be sure to add “Teddy Bear Patrol” in the comment section of the online donation form.

You can also write a check and make it payable to Rocky Mountain Children’s Health Foundation, (RMCHF), indicate on the check that it is for Teddy Bear Patrol and mail it to:


5394 Marshall St Suite 400

Arvada, CO 80


Health One Teddy Bear Drop Off Locations:

Click on the name to see the map!

Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children at P/SL –  Denver 80205

Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children at Sky Ridge -Lone Tree 80124

Swedish Medical Center – Englewood 80113

Swedish Southwest ER – Littleton 80123

The Medical Center of Aurora – Aurora 80012

Centennial Medical Plaza – Centennial 80112

North Suburban Medical Center – Thorton 80229

Northwest ER – Westminister 80020

Northeast ER – Thorton 80602

Rose Medical Center – Denver 80220

Rose Stapleton ER – Denver 80238

Saddle Rock ER – Aurora 80016

Swedish Belmar ER – Lakewood 80226

Care Now Urgent Care Greenwood Village – Greenwood Village 80121

Care Now Urgent Care Aurora – Aurora 80015

Care Now Urgent Care Highlands Ranch – Highlands Ranch 80126

Care Now Urgent Care Parker (opens mid- July) – Parker 80138

Care Now Urgent Care Stapleton – Denver 80238

Care Now Urgent Care DU Neighborhood – Denver 80206

Young American Banks Locations: 

Belmar Branch – Lakewood 80226

Green Valley Ranch Branch – Denver 80246

Young Americans Bank and Center for Financial education – Denver 80206