Box Tops for Education should be turned in by Friday October 27th.
The program was started by General Mills and has been around since 1996; since then, according to the official website, it has helped support all kinds of educational initiatives. Clipping Box Tops is an easy way to help the PTSA help lake Braddock-you can find approved products all over your house! And remember, you don’t need to clip the UPC — just the Box Tops logo. Each Box Top is worth 10 cents, and it adds up quickly. Companies and products like General Mills, Green Giant, Totino’s, Pillsbury, Old El Paso, Ziploc, Hefty, Juicy Juice, Betty Crocker are just a few brands that are part of the program, but you can find the full list of participants here. Some examples of products you probably use every day include:
- Apple Cinnamon Toast Crunch™
- Select Kleenex® Tissue bundles
- Scott® Bath Tissue
- Scott ® Paper Towels
- Hefty® Cinch Sak Large Trash Bags and
Lawn & Leaf Bags
- Hefty® OdorBlock® Tall Kitchen Drawstring
- Ziploc® brand Freezer Bags
- Ziploc® brand Smart Snap Containers
- Ziploc® brand Storage Bags
- Betty Crocker™ Fruit Flavored Snacks
- Chex Mix™
- Nature Valley™ Granola Bites
Download a cheat sheet here.
Once you’ve got your Box Tops collected, download a collection sheet, attach them to it, and drop them off at the LBSS middle school guidance office or the main office.
Follow Box Tops for Education on Facebook for more useful tips about the program!
Want to earn more? Go to https://www.boxtops4education.com/ and sign up – and while you’re there, download the app
If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.