Many of our schools here in Baton Rouge participate in the Box Tops for Education™ program, one of America’s largest school earnings loyalty programs, with over 80,000 k-8 schools participate. My husband is a public school teacher, teaching music students at different schools in the Gifted & Talented program. Though we homeschool, my husband sees and feels the tight budget times our local schools face. In a time when funding is sparse or non-existent, it’s necessary to gain funds through other means, such as Box Tops for Education™. Box Tops for Education™ has contributed over $525 million to participating schools since the launch of the program in 1996.
Our schools have countless needs and this is money for the taking, people!
Music education seems to be at the bottom of the budget totem pole, making it extremely difficult to fund music instruments, music concerts and field trips. Our family knows that collecting Box Tops is one way we can help my husbands school. If you are a homeschool family without a recognized 501(c)(3) tax exempt homeschool association, as we are, this is a wonderful way to pay it forward. Instead of throwing those Box Tops away, donate them to your local public school.
Check with your child’s school to make sure they have adopted the Box Tops for Education™ program then find out your school’s goal and work to help fulfill that goal for your kids! Each box top has a value of a dime and the proceeds collected can be used in many different ways: computers, books, playground equipment, field trips, school supplies or anything the school needs. Right now you can find Bonus Box Tops, giving you 5 Box Tops on participating items; this offer is available in-store at Walmart on specially marked packaging. We found Bonus Box Tops on some of our favorite foods: Nature Valley Crunchy Granola Bars, Cheerios™, Check Mix™ Earning money for your children’s school has never been easier!
New to Box Tops? Earning cash for your schools is simple! Here’s how it works:
1. Look for products with the pink Box Tops clip
2. Clip off your Box Tops (each is worth 10 cents)
3. Send them to the participating school of your choice
4. Your school earns cash that can be used for anything!
Recognized 501(c)(3) tax exempt homeschool association are also eligible to take advantage of the fabulousness that is the Box Tops for Education™ program. So, whether you are saving Box Tops for your local school or homeschool… remember that every box top helps!
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of General Mills®. The opinions and text are all mine.