Box Tops for Education has helped America's schools earn over $250 million since 1996. This helps schools afford books, computers and anything else they need. With a quick snip of your scissors, you can help. Here’s how:
- Simply clip the Box Tops coupons from your favorite participating products — there are hundreds to choose from!
- Send the Box Tops coupons to your child’s school. Your school’s volunteer Box Tops coordinator will then send them to Box Tops for Education.
It’s that easy, and your school will earn 10 cents for each Box Top redeemed.
Host a Clipping Party
Put the “fun” in fund-raising — plan a Box Tops for Education clipping party. Invite your friends and family, and ask them to bring packages of their favorite Box Tops for Education brands.
Make It a Potluck: When you throw the event at your home, turn it into a potluck-style party. Each guest can either bring a tasty Box Tops dish prepared ahead of time or make it during the party. This way, everyone can enjoy the yummy treats while clipping Box Tops off the packages. Ask your guests ahead of time which Box Tops for Education products they’ll be bringing so you can plan the party menu.
Try These Fun Tips: To create a festive atmosphere, play upbeat music and set up some quick decorations beforehand — simply placing bunches of bright flowers on tables and counters will add bursts of color and energy to the room.
By organizing a clipping party, you’ll motivate friends, neighbors and family to participate in the Box Tops for Education program. Through this, you’ll be helping your local school afford books, computers and other materials they need to provide the best education possible.
You don’t have to wait for your next clipping party to get in on the fun. When you shop at a participating Walmart, you can earn Box Tops every time you buy specially marked Box Tops for Education brands! And since your local school collects Box Tops all year long, that’s 365 days and multiple ways to earn the cash your school could really put to good use.
To get a listing of participating brands and products, or to find additional Box Tops activities, visit www.boxtops4education.com.
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