Friday, January 21, 2011

Box Tops for Education Flash Parade #myblogspark

By simply participating in the Box Tops for Education program, America's schools can earn over $50 million this school year.

Box Tops For Education was created by General Mills in 1996 as an easy way to help make a difference for kids and schools. Since then, schools have earned more than $375 million through the program to help get the things they need-from books and school supplies to playground equipment and computers. Help make a difference in schools by clipping Box Tops from more than 240 brands, including Cheerios, Betty Crocker, Pillsbury, Hamburger Helper, Kleenex, Ziploc, Hefty, Juicy Juice, Avery, Welch´s, Land O´Lakes and Brita. Find out how much your school has earned and learn other ways to earn cash for your school at

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1 comment:

  1. Every children feel entertainment in playground place for playground equipment.


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