Clip and give: labels for learning
Make a lasting difference at your school with these easy, everyday fund-raising programs and Walmart.
By Kay Streit, Contributing Writer, Walmart
If you’re like most people, the top item on your back-to-school shopping list is saving. You clip coupons, read circulars and search websites so you can give your child the education she deserves. What if the same money-saving activities you use for back-to-school shopping could help you earn money for school too? Walmart has joined forces with some of the nation’s top educational fund-raising programs to put the items you buy every week to great use for your child’s school.
4x Box Tops at Walmart
Box Tops for Education is the fundraising program that America’s schools count on, having delivered more than $400 million to educational programs nationwide since 1996. You can find hundreds of Box Tops items in nearly every aisle of your local Walmart or online.
Every box top is worth $0.10 for your school, and now through September 10, 2012, they’ll be worth even more. Pick up box tops items from your participating Walmart, and the store will match every one with three free box tops – for a total donation of four box tops and $0.40for your school. Get more details at earnmoreformyschool.com.
Scholastic Book Clubs and Walmart
Scholastic has been delivering outstanding books, magazines and other reading materials for more than 90 years. Committed to literacy and the intellectual growth of all students, Scholastic supports monthly Book Clubs featuring books for under $3 and Bonus Points for every book sold. Teachers use Bonus Points for books and key supplies for the classroom.
Walmart has partnered with Kellogg’s to help you earn points, family rewards and other fun prizes from Scholastic. Find the code inside specially marked Kellogg’s Family Rewards™ packages and enter for a chance to win daily. Learn more at Kellogg’s Family Rewards with Walmart.
Labels for Education
For nearly 40 years, Labels for Education has been awarding free educational equipment to schools in exchange for labels from the Campbell’s family of brands. The program has earned more than $114 million for about 42 million students in approximately 60,000 schools nationwide. Earning rewards is as easy as 1-2-3:
- Clip UPCs and beverage/sauce caps from Campbell’s products.
- Live to your school’s Labels for Education coordinator.
- Earn free stuff for your school.
To discover participating products, find your school or learn more
about the program, visit Labels for Education.
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