Carrie Tingley Hospital Foundation continues to monitor the evolving impact of COVID-19. For the health and safety of the children and families we serve, we have made changes to our day-to-day operations and spring programs.
Our staff is currently working remotely until further notice. We will continue to serve families in need during this difficult time through our Patient and Family Assistance Program. To request assistance, please visit our Patient & Family Assistance page.You may also call and leave a message at 505-243-6626 and we will return it as soon as possible.
Visit our Quality of Life and Camps pages to see what programs are currently impacted. We will continue to evaluate postponements and cancellations of events and programs according to State and Department of Health Recommendations.
Fundraising Events and Initiatives
$5 Friday Giving
As a response to #GivingTuesdayNow CTHF has created the $5 Fridays giving campaign which starts Friday, May 8th and will run for 5 weeks! We ask that you consider CTHF when making donations on Giving Tuesday Now, May 5 and every Friday in the month of May. Your donations go directly to helping the families and children of the Carrie Tingley Hospital Foundation.
Camp Adventure allows children and teens, ages 6 – 19, with physical disabilities the opportunity to unleash the possibilities! Campers enjoy sports, art, music, and games. Most importantly, they have fun and create lasting friendships and memories.
I would like to apply for assistance
Requesting Help is a Friendly and Quick Process
The Carrie Tingley Hospital Foundation works to respond to families’ needs quickly and efficiently.
Mudd Volleyball is a charitable and recreational volleyball tournament played in the Mudd! Held on June 1st! Players must be 18 years of age to get in the Mudd. Teams are guaranteed 5 round robin games with rally scoring, weather permitting. Winning teams will advance to playoff rounds. Your team can include 12 players. Teams may have up to 8 players on the court at any time and no fewer than 6 players on the court at any time. Teams must be co-ed with at least half the players on the court being female.
Patient and Family Assistance Program
The Patient and Family Assistance Program accepts applications for help and typically approves those applications within 1 week. Families can apply for assistance by working with a social worker at the University of New Mexico Carrie Tingley Hospital. Assistance is awarded based on need, and the social worker will facilitate the process with each family to determine eligibility. To schedule an appointment with a social worker at UNM Carrie Tingley Hospital, please call 505.272.5200.
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Who We Help
The Carrie Tingley Hospital Foundation is here to serve the community. Feel free to contact us with questions, suggestions or requests for assistance.