Two ways you can give back this December
The holiday season is a special time of year—we spend time with family, reflect on the past year, and remember the reasons we have to be thankful.
It’s also a great time to reach out to those in need and make an impact on your community.
This December, Summit County Libraries offers two opportunities for you to give charitably:
Colorado Gives Day
In 2017, hundreds of children walked through the doors of Summit County Libraries for enriching and exciting programs like After School Club, Storytime, and Summer Reading Program. Teens developed leadership skills and found a place to belong through Teen Advisory Board. Adults used public computers to apply for jobs and print resumes.
You can help us reach even more children, teens, and adults in 2018 by making a tax-deductible donation on Tuesday, Dec. 5—Colorado Gives Day!
Your generous gift will help Summit County Libraries continue to make a positive impact on the community throughout the year. This is a great opportunity to invest in the place you live!
To give, visit: coloradogives.org/SummitCountyLibraryFoundation/overview
You can make this Christmas special for a Summit County child in need through the Angel Tree program!
It’s easy: Find an angel tree at any Summit County Library, take an ornament home, and purchase a gift for a child ages 0-17. Then, drop off your new, unwrapped gift at a FIRC office, police or fire department, or the Breckenridge or Silverthorne Recreation center by 5 p.m. on Dec. 8.
Imagine the joy a child will experience when he or she receives your gift on Christmas morning—don’t miss this chance to make Christmas unforgettable for a child in our community.
For more information, visit: summitangel.com