One of the easiest ways to give to schools is to collect Box Tops and turn them into your child's teacher. It doesn't cost anything and they are on products that you already have or need. Even if you don't have a child in school, save them and donate them to a child or school near you. It doesn't seem like much, but last year our school was able to collect enough to earn over $1600. That is a lot of supplies and equipment for our school. The Box Top coupons definitely add up, so it is definitely worth it to save them and turn them in.
To help you get started on collecting Box Tops I will giveaway a $25 Walmart gift card to one lucky reader !
Here are just some of the things that I bought at Walmart that had Box Tops. I've already been saving my Box Tops all summer.
|Ziploc bags are on my kids' supply list for daycare/pre-school.|
|My kids are loving their juice and I LOVE seeing extra Box Tops on the packages!|
|We need quick and easy meals for when school starts back (too soon!). Hamburger helper is a family favorite.|
Box Tops for Education has helped America's schools earn over $300 million since 1996. You could build a brand new school with the money they've donated throughout the years.
Here are some tips to get your started:
- Enter to Win a $25 Walmart Gift card using the Rafflecopter form below.
- Look for the Box Tops display at your local Walmart to earn 4 Box Tops on more than 100 of your family’s favorite items including Cheerios, Hamburger Helper, Nature Valley and Totinos
- By liking Walmart on Facebook you can earn more Box Tops from General Mills
- Check out the Box Tops For Education website to learn more about the Box Tops Program and how you can help your school reach its goal for the 2012-2013 school year -This site is great. You can look up your school's total and earn more Box Tops by playing games. It's very easy to do. Check it out!!
- Visit EarnMoreForMySchool.com to find out how you can earn even more for your school with eBox Tops
“Disclosure: The Walmart gift card, information, and additional gift pack have been provided by General Mills and Walmart through MyBlogSpark.”