Institute of Business and Medical Careers of Fort Collins Seeks Holiday Gifts for Local Children

Bring Your NEW, Un-wrapped Toy to the FTC Campus and Support Children in Need!

You can make the holidays merrier for children by participating in Larimer County’s Santa Cops’ program!

By donating one new, unwrapped toy, youth in need will experience the joy of receiving in a time that is difficult in their young lives.

The Institute of Business and Medical Careers of Fort Collins is a designated drop off point for gift donations. Gifts may be brought to the main campus as 3842 S. Mason Street between November 15th-December 22nd.

The gifts should consist of new, unwrapped toys that are valued under $20.00. This event is proudly sponsored by IBMC’s School of Business, School of Allied Health Careers, School of Massage & Healing Arts and the School of Paralegal Studies.

Santa Cops is a non-profit organization consisting of representatives from Fort Collins Police Services, Loveland Police Department, Larimer County Sheriff’s Office, Colorado State Patrol, and Colorado State University Police and countless private individuals and businesses, each of whom are vital to the success of this program.

Together, they provide underprivileged children of Larimer County with three small gifts to bring a Merry Christmas to their homes. These are children who come from all walks of life and differing circumstances, but all are faced with financial limitations in their homes. Their mission is to promote a positive law enforcement image with these children.

Each Christmas season, the officers personally delivery presents to the children of the families that apply for the program. Families must live in Larimer County to be eligible. For additional information go to: or call (970) 498-5553.

To make a monetary contribution:
Checks payable to: Larimer County Santa Cops
c/o Touchstone Property Management
2850 McClelland Drive, Suite 1000
Fort Collins, CO 80525

To learn more about IBMC’s sponsorship of Larimer County’s Santa Cops, please contact Holli Milenski or Michelle Blomfelt-Jabs at (970) 223-2669.