Holiday ‘Tickets-for-Tots’ Program Enters 13th Year at Nichols College

Nichols College Public Safety Supervisor Eric Streich stands with toys donated during the 2017 holiday season.

Nichols College community members are invited to participate in the 13th annual Tickets-for-Tots program, which started Monday, Nov. 26, and runs through Monday, Dec. 17.

Every toy donated will take the place of a Nichols College parking ticket, and that ticket will be considered paid in full. This does not reduce the overall number of parking tickets issued to an individual for parking and towing policies, in accordance with the Nichols College Motor Vehicle Policy.

Points to remember:

  • There is a maximum of two tickets per individual; tickets with the lesser fines will be credited first.
  • Tickets that have been previously paid will be credited to your account.
  • Tickets in the appeals process are eligible for this program as well.
  • Tickets for parking in handicap spaces, fire lanes, blocking emergency exits or for failing to display a valid parking decal are NOT eligible to participate in this program.

New, unwrapped toys with a minimum $10 value can be dropped off between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Nov. 26 through Dec. 17 at the Office of Public Safety, in lower Daniels. It is not necessary to have received a parking ticket to donate a toy. All donations will be given to Webster-Dudley Food Share for distribution to deserving children.

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