IPW is committed to assisting disadvantaged young men, women and children in the Denver area through our “Print a page. Donate a dream.” program, which directly benefits the University of Denver’s “The Bridge Project.”
The Bridge Project was created in 1991 by the University of Denver Graduate School of Social Work, along with a private donor, to reduce educational barriers, increase educational opportunities, and improve learning outcomes for children and youth in Denver’s public housing communities. The aim is to proactively reach out to children who need an education, a career and a positive future. Learn more at The Bridge Project website: www.du.edu/bridgeproject.
YOU CAN SUPPORT THE BRIDGE PROJECT –
By taking advantage of a unique opportunity from IPW, you can use your purchases of IPW imaging products to help support The Bridge Project; in addition to saving on printing costs.
Here’s how it works: When your organization begins using IPW’s imaging products, 10 percent of your purchases are paid back in the form of a rebate. These additional savings go to The Bridge Project, giving at-risk youth opportunities to learn, grow and succeed. Plus, the 10% donation is tax-deductible, which, in some cases, can be a significant benefit.
All Bridge Project sites are located in an Enterprise Zone, and because your donation supports child care, a contribution may qualify for an Enterprise or Child Care contribution tax credit. Please consult your tax advisor for more information.