Thursday, February 3, 2011

Helping Your School: Box Tops for Education

I don’t have kids in school anymore but I certainly collect these box tops!  My niece hands them in monthly to help her school.  If you don’t have a friend or relative to pass them on to, many local libraries are collecting them.

Don’t let this opportunity to give back to our community pass you by.

If you have kids in school or have a relative with students in school (private or public) are you involved with “Box Tops for Education?”

It is so easy and the best part is, you probably have many of the items/products in your pantry today!  Have you noticed the little “Box Top for Education” pink logo (see photo on sidebar)?  Cut it off and give them to someone that is collecting them for their school.

When you join Box Tops, you’ll be able to track your school’s progress on the way to their earnings goal – all in real time. See the numbers for your school, as well as how you compare to other schools in your state, and in the nation.  This is an opportunity for you to make a difference and help your child to understand that working as a community you can make positive changes.

America’s Schools have earned over $320,000,000 since 1996.

There are always new products being added as participants in Box Tops.  Click here for a complete listing.

You don’t know anyone in your neighborhood collecting Box Tops?  All branches of the St. Johns County Public Library System are drop off locations for Boxtops for Education for schools in their communities! Please join them in supporting education for the kids of St. Johns County by saving Boxtops from these products and simply dropping them off at your SJCPLS branch library!

Let’s be a part of our community.  Clip your wait to building and enhancing our children’s future in education.

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