Thank you for your interest in contributing to the quality of educational opportunities at BATC. BATC provides training with a variety of authentic, hands-on experiences to fully prepare students for their chosen career field. Generous contributions of cash, new/scrap materials, new/used equipment, new/used vehicles, and services from community members, business owners, and alumni make it possible for us to offer the highest quality training programs in the most cost-effective manner. These donations provide an enriched learning environment and better educational opportunities for the students.
BATC functions as a State of Utah operated educational organization. Therefore, your contribution may be tax-deductible. Please consult a competent tax advisor to get the most favorable treatment and for a determination of the current fair-market value of any donated item. If your donation is dependent upon a 501c3 status, please contact our Chief Financial Officer by e-mail. Thank you for your continued support!
Cash/Credit Card/Check: Donations are accepted in-person, over-the-phone, and/or by mail. If you wish to mail your donation, please use the BATC Donation Form.
BATC welcomes donations to be contributed toward the funding of scholarships available to our adult students enrolled in certificate programs. If you would like to make a donation to an existing scholarship, or create and fund a new scholarship, please feel free to contact Jean Dunn, Financial Aid Coordinator for details or visit the Financial Aid web page to find out about specific scholarships that need funding. Jean may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (435)750-3204.
Contributions of Motor Vehicles, Boats, and/or Airplanes : IRS Form 1098-C
Non-Cash Charitable Contributions: IRS Form 8283
“The open-entry/open-exit concept for my program was great. Being able to move at my own speed was beneficial and increased my learning in a shorter amount of time.”
“This program prepares you for real life situations. Our instructors took us way beyond the textbook