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It’s time to head back to school, and time to help our schools get larger donation from General Mills® by purchasing participating Box Tops™ for Education products at Walmart. My oldest son is entering 4th Grade and he was excited to go shopping with me to look for his favorite school breakfast, lunch and snack foods while keeping an eye out for Box Tops™. It’s easy to spot them, just remember to look for the pink labels that are often on the front of the package! I love knowing that my normal grocery purchases are helping fund a brighter future for my sons and other children thanks to the generosity of General Mills®.
How many Box Tops™ can you find in my photo?
Look at my photo above! You should be able to spot 16 Box Tops™ for Education labels. Train your family to cut out and save those Box Tops™. Every Box Tops™ is worth 10 cents. Those Box Tops™ for Education labels are valuable to your local school because they add up to cash (up to $20,000 per school year) that your school can use for anything! I’ve been participating in my school’s Box Tops™ collection drive since my kids started Kindergarten. It’s amazing to be part of this program, because my school has lifetime earnings of over $10,000 from Box Tops™.
My elementary school is using the cash earned from Box Tops™ to buy new library books. The wonderful part of the Box Tops™ for Education program is that every school gets to decide how to best use the cash that they earn. Other schools are buying playground equipment, computers, school supplies, funding field trips and more with the cash. There are over 80,000 K-8 Schools participating in this program. And thanks to the collection efforts of every student’s family, that adds up to over $525 million dollars donated to schools since the program launched in 1996. Think about all of the wonderful things that money has bought for our schools!
— Freebies 4 Mom (@Freebies4Mom) August 27, 2015
What do your Box Tops buy for your school? Post a comment and tell me!
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