Do you stalk your local supermarket looking for products that carry Box Tops on the them? Do you do a happy dance in the middle of the aisle when you find double Box Tops on certain packaging? If you do either of these things, then you probably have children that are school aged.
My son began kindergarten this year and I have become obsessed with clipping Box Tops for Education for his class. I am “that” mother that is making it her goal to get the kindergarten class an ice cream party for collecting the most Box Tops. I am not usually a competitive person, so I am not quite sure what has gotten into me.
Maybe it is because Box Tops for Education has earned more than half a billion dollars for schools since they began in 1996. That is a lot of money that has been given to schools to help in the areas they need it most.
This winter, Box Tops for Education celebrated by putting bonus Box Tops on a variety of products. It allowed shoppers like myself to double my earnings by choosing select products offered by General Mills.
I never thought anything about Box Tops for Education before my child began school. However, now that I realize the difference this program makes for schools all over the country, it seems like an extremely easy way to help raise funds for education.
To help get you started on your way to stocking your pantry and helping your child’s school with some extra Box Tops for Education, I have a great giveaway for you guys. Your box will include the following:
- New Peanut Butter Toast Crunch® cereal
- Nature Valley® Chewy Trail Mix Dark Chocolate Cherry and Protein Salted Caramel
- Fiber One® Protein Bars
- Progresso® Recipe Starters
- Food Should Taste Good® Chips
- Green Giant Fresh® Box Tops for Education pencil pouch
- Hamburger Helper® Sweet & Sour Chicken and Parmesan Crusted Chicken
- Betty Crocker® Mac & Cheese and Au Gratin potatoes
- Kleenex® wallet pack and 184 count box
- Scott® toilet paper (4 roll) and paper towel roll
- Avery® dry erase weekly calendar
- Ziploc® bowls and bags
- Yoplait® Frozen Yogurt free product coupon
About Box Tops for Education
America’s schools have earned more than $525 million through the Box Tops for Education® program since the program started in 1996, including $47 million just since March 2012. More than 90,000 schools use that cash to purchase items such as computers, library books, art supplies and playground equipment. Schools can earn up to $20,000 by clipping Box Tops coupons from 240 products and can earn eBoxTops by shopping online through the Box Tops Marketplace. To learn more and for a list of participating products, visit www.btfe.com.
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“Disclosure: Information, products and promotional items have been provided by General Mills and Box Tops for Education and its program partners.”