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Since Box Tops for Education launched in 1996, 70,000 schools have earned more than $913 million, and now the program is saying goodbye to old-school clipping and going digital with a new and improved mobile app.
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"NestlY Box Tops for Education is a cash for schools scheme whereby children, parents and the local community can earn extra cash for their local school by collecting tokens worth 10p each.
The Nestle Box Tops for Education project enables you and your parents to earn extra cash for your school by collecting tokens worth 10p each.
In December, when the Gary diocese's schools office learned that General Mills, which runs the "Box Tops for Education" program, was funding a Planned Parenthood of Minnesota educational program, diocesan school superintendent John Shields asked schools to cease participation in the program.
Collections (School/Office/Craft Supplies, Eye/Sun Glasses, Water Filters, Books, LP Records, Keys, Musical Instruments, Holiday Lights, Bowling Balls, Cords (phone, computer) Buttons, American Flags, 35 mm Film Canisters, Hearing Aids, Plastic Bread Tags, Corks (natural cork only, no plastic), and Box Tops for Education), Document Shredding limited to three boxes per vehicle, Bicycles/Accessories, and Propane Tanks.
Both products will be available through July 14th and will feature the Box Tops for Education coupon as part of the Green Giant program.
All bagged options feature the "Box Tops for Education" symbol, as Green Giant Fresh is the only produce brand to feature the program.
Enchanted PR kicked off the year by solidifying a spokesperson position for client TLC's Chilli with General Mills Box Tops for Education. The endorsement with Box Tops included working in conjunction with BET on several programs.
She monitors the security door at the school, and while doing so also attends to several duties to assist the office and teachers, including trimming box tops for the General Foods Box Tops for Education program, as well as copying, folding, stapling and "does anything the office may ask her to do," Letendre wrote.
The "Box Tops for Education" program has been banned from all Catholic schools in the Gary, Ind., diocese because General Mills, its sponsor, has made contributions to Planned Parenthood.
This back-to-school season, the "Box Tops for Education" program, which has helped America's schools raise more than $475 million since 1996, is taking a fresh approach to earning cash for education.