Box Top for Education- Collection Envelopes

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This Post is sponsored by General Mills.   To see the full list of products that participate in the Box Tops for education program, visit their website. 

Remember last week when I shared with you, all of the “Bonus Products” that are currently being offered at Wal-mart for the Box Tops for Education program?

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As I mentioned, my mom, who has been retired from teaching for 6 years, still collects Box Tops for education.   It’s such a fantastic program.  Plus EVERY school can use extra funds for something.

Here is a recap on the Box Tops for education program

* Every Box Top is worth 10 cents for your school.  Your school can use that money for anything they need.

* Wal-mart is now offering bonus items, with extra Box Tops.   For a full list of Bonus products being offered, visit their website.

* The Box Top for education program  is one of the largest loyalty programs for schools in our country.

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So here is my idea for collecting the most box tops you possibly can for your child’s school.   As I mentioned in my post last week about Box Tops,  my mom, who is retired from teaching and has no kids left in school still collects Box Tops.

I plan on sending self addressed envelopes to friends and family this year, people who don’t have children in school to collect box tops.   If you know ANY retired teachers, or any teachers without kids, THOSE are great people to send these Box Tops envelopes to.

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Other People you can ask to help collect Box Tops

* Grandparents

* Neighbors

* Co-workers

* Retired Teachers

* Friends with no kids, or with kids not in school yet

* Aunts and Uncles

Have these people collect Box Tops for you.  Explain to them how important it is for your school.  Once they have collected a bunch, have them send them to you in the mail using these self addressed envelopes.  

Just think,  how much of an impact you can make for your school,  just one Box Top at a time.

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This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of General Mills®. The opinions and text are all mine.

 

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