Community members are invited to give back and get a jump start on their New Year’s resolutions. Starting today, IBMC College campuses across Colorado and Wyoming will waive their college registration fees* for any individual who donates a new, unwrapped toy to its Santa’s Workshop or makes a minimum $5 donation through December 12 – all just in time to start accelerated career training classes in the months of December or January!
For upcoming 2017 high school graduates, with any toy or monetary donation, registration fees will be waived for any class start during the next year!
*IBMC College is waiving the registration fee for the donation to a worthy cause and not for enrolling.
IBMC College is helping its less-fortunate students this holiday season by stocking their Santa’s Workshop at each campus location with toys donated by community members, incoming students, staff and faculty. This outreach is a great way to spread cheer in the IBMC family by giving back during the holidays and allowing local students to shop for gifts for their families.
“Caring Individuals … Changing Lives” isn’t just the College’s vision statement, it’s a way of life. That’s why IBMC College’s five campuses will participate in the event. Any toys that are not picked by IBMC College students, following IBMC’s Santa’s Workshop event, will be donated to a local toy drive or charity in Fort Collins, Greeley, Longmont, Colorado Springs, CO and Cheyenne, WY.
If you would like to partake in the event, you can donate any new, unwrapped toy for children ages newborn to 14 years old to the campus(es) listed below. Minimum $5 donations are also accepted. Please make checks payable to IBMC College with Santa’s Workshop noted in the memo line.
- Fort Collins, 3842 S. Mason Street
- Greeley, 2863 35th Avenue
- Longmont, 2315 N. Main Street
- Colorado Springs, 6805 Corporate Drive, Suite 100
- Cheyenne, 1854 Dell Range Blvd.