Pick Up Box Tops While Shopping at Walmart

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It’s hard to believe that school is back in session and the summer break is already over. Now it’s time to get back in the swing of things and that means no more all-nighters, late nights with friends outside and time to hit the books. Being this is my youngest daughters last year in elementary school, I’m going to enjoy the last year being the classroom dad and help doing whatever I can to help the kids and the school also. Walmart is literally a one-stop shop for me where I get everything from personal stuff, my car needs and food. Since I do most of the grocery shopping when I get off in the mornings, one of the things she’s hammered in me is to start getting more products with Box Tops for Education because I shop at Walmart multiple times a week. Walmart is literally a one-stop shop for me where I get everything from personal stuff, my car needs and food.

My wife was telling me all the reasons why we need to save more Box Tops for Education and how it helps the school. Of course, I’m the type of person that will investigate things myself and found the reason why my wife has saved all those Box Tops all these years. While finishing up our back-to-school shopping, I went to the grocery section, picked up some groceries and realized that everything my kids love to eat for breakfast and snack contained Box Tops. Box Tops are one of America’s largest school earnings loyalty program that’s worth $0.10 a piece for your child’s school. The Box Tops for Education program started back in 1996 and it has contributed over $525 million and over 80,000 K-8 Schools are participating in the program.

You’re probably thinking, why should I sign my school up for this program and what would the school use the money for? If you could convince other parents to sign up for the Box Tops for Education program, the money will add up real fast. The school could use the money for anything from playground equipment, upgrading something around the school, help with the new technology that the school needs or whatever the school want to use it for. The items to choose from is endless and consist of foods for breakfast, snacks, lunch or dinner and all you need to do is sign up for the Box Tops for Education Program and learn more about it.

Are you a part of the Box Tops for Education Program? Does your child’s school participate in this program? Have you convinced other parents to take part in this program? If you’re familiar with it, tell how many Box Tops do you usually save for your school?

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of General Mills®. The opinions and text are all mine.

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