Note: This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Tyson. The opinions and text are all mine.
Did you know that you can help your school with every bite? More specifically, you can help your school with every bite with Tyson® Products that you purchase that have a Tyson Project A+™ label on it.
The Tyson Project A+™ is a special program sponsored by Tyson® Foods and is one of the simplest ways to support your school. Their mission is to help schools earn extra money quickly and easily. It’s easy because, all you have to do is purchase participating Tyson® items, clip the Tyson Project A+™ labels from the packages and then submit them to the school so that they can be redeemed for 24¢ for every label they receive. Your children’s school can then use that money for whatever it needs.
Ready to help your child’s school? Great! Start with purchasing Tyson® products that display the Tyson Project A+™ label. They can be found on multiple Tyson® products in Walmart’s freezer section (click here to view all of the participating products). Busy moms, like myself, need a variety of options to please the whole family.
I love snacking on Buffalo Style Boneless Chicken Wyngz – Any’tizers® snacks, so I picked up a bag at Walmart.
My kiddos love the Homestyle Chicken Fries – Any’tizers® snacks, so we keep those in our freezer. They enjoy them as either a snack and meal.
The Any’tizers® snacks are easy to prepare, taste good and are an excellent source of protein for my family and I (which helps give kids the energy and focus they need for class, homework and after-school activities). Plus, as an added bonus, they also help my children’s school without me having to do much because I normally buy these products anyways.
So, Help Your School With Every Bite by purchasing Tyson® products that have Tyson Project A+™ labels!
You can learn More about Tyson Project A+™ at Walmart by clicking here. You can also learn More About Tyson Project A+™ by clicking here.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Tyson. The opinions and text are all mine.