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Back to school pic 2016

I can’t believe that the kiddos are already back in school! With this new school year, I plan on doing what can to help. In addition to volunteering in the kid’s classes, I am officially a part of the PTA again (I am even on the board). As part of the PTA we are always looking for effective and easy ways to help the school…After all, it ultimately benefits our kids.


Keeping in mind how busy parents can be, finding easy ways for parents to get involved is key to our success. One of the easiest we have found ways we can generate funds for the school is by collecting Box Tops for our participation in the General Mills Box Tops Education Program. Each Box Top is worth $0.10 for your child’s school which can really start to add up, especially when every child and parent gets involved.

With the money earned through collecting Box Tops, your school can purchase items they need. Not only is it easy to do but it is also a way to get parents and their kids involved. Now that the kiddos are back in school so does our Box Top Collecting.

Box Tops For Education

It’s super easy to do because we’re already buying these General Mills products for the kiddos school lunches or for their afternoon snacks. All we have to do is cut them off the packaging and make sure the kiddos turn them into their school.

Make back-to-school fundraising even better with the “Golden Box Tops Challenge”.

Golden Box Tops At Costco

All you have to do is purchase specially marked General Mills products that have an additional 8 Box Tops at Costco and you could win an additional 100 eBoxTops. Get the code off the packaging and enter it on for a chance to win one of 3,000 BoxTops prize packs.

Golden Box Tops Challenge Product

So, head on over to Costco and stock up the General Mills snacks your kiddos are going to want for their lunches and afternoon snacks but keep an eye out for those specially marked packages. Go and see if you won some extra box tops and then send them into your child’s school.

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