This giveaway is now closed. Congratulations, Patricia!
Box Tops For Education started in 1996, but I never knew much about the program – in spite of clipping them to donate to various schools over the years. I’ve always felt that Box Tops were a nice way to get even the youngest students involved in supporting their school, and it was neat to see what different schools have purchased with the funds. Success stories ranged from classroom supplies and field trips to gym floors and playgrounds.
I’ve always seen Box Tops on food items, but I learned that they can be found on office supplies as well. And, now you can earn eBox Tops by shopping online through the Box Tops Marketplace! You choose which school you want to support from a menu on the website, so if you want you can easily support a relative’s school even if it is far away, or a school that is particularly in need of resources. It took me a couple tries to find the school I was looking for through the search form, so don’t give up too quickly!
In the future, I would love to have the option of supporting multiple schools, as well as the opportunity to put Box Tops towards particular projects. And I’m hoping that some day those little coupons will be replaced with codes I can enter online instead of having to keep track of tiny pieces of cardboard!
Box Tops for Education sent us a lovely collection of Box Tops products through MyBlogSpark, and they are offering an identical gift bag to a US resident reading this blog! The very generous package includes products from Cascadian Farms, Ziploc, AVERY, and more. If you would like a chance to win, simply answer this question: Have you clipped Box Tops before? Do you have a success story to share?
This giveaway will run until 9am Boston time Thursday, April 28th, when a winner will be chosen via random.org. A new winner will be chosen if the original winner does not reply to their email within 48 hours.