Looking for ways to Give Back To Your School This Year? You need to check out the Box Tops for Education initiative.
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For some of us, the new school year is here and for others, it is a few weeks away. There is no denying that during this period both parents and kids experience a bit of back-to-school extra anxiety. For parents, back-to-school anxiety comes in the form of getting the necessary school supplies their kids will need throughout the school year; ’cause after all, schools don’t have enough money for the extras. Since we transferred our kids to their current school, we have seen this first hand. Therefore, my husband and I made the commitment to finding more ways to give back to our kids’ school. Most likely, you are in the same situation as many of us are and are wondering how to give back this year. Giving back to your kids’ schools doesn’t have to be hard or drained your own bank account. So, how do you give back to your school this year?
Give Back To Your School This Year
The answer is as simple as baking a cookie or serving yourself a cold cup of milk. If you are thinking, what is she talking about? Well, the obvious solution to giving back is volunteering, joining the PTA, tutoring, and/or sending in extra supplies to your kids’ school. But that’s not what I am talking, what I am talking about is clipping Box Tops! Many parents don’t have the time to volunteer at their kids’ school because of a reason or another. But this doesn’t mean that you don’t want to help, right?
Well, the simple solution is Box Top for Education program. If you aren’t familiar with the Box Tops for Education program, this program is a simple as 1-2-3. So, this is how does the program work? First, you start by clipping Box Tops off approved products you may already have in your pantry. These Box Tops can be found on hundreds of products from cleaning, frozen to shelf stable goods. Each Box Top is worth $0.10 and they can be collected by a designated school volunteer coordinator. Look out for Reynolds Kitchens™ and Hefty products who proudly support the Box Tops for Education initiative which helps schools like mine raise money for supplies, technology and more. Find Box Tops on most Reynolds Kitchens™ products like Parchment Paper, Oven Bags, Slow Cooker Liners and Bakeware Pans. You can also find Box Tops on Hefty Trash Bags, Hefty Foam Plates, and Hefty Cups—all things I need to make life easier during the busy school year!