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About Box Tops For Education

Box Tops for Education is a program started by General Mills which helps communities provide kids the tools needed for success by generating cash schools can use for what they need most. America’s schools have earned more than and counting through Box Tops for Education since the program began in 1996. Enrolled schools earned more than dollars for the school year. More than 80,000 K-8th grade schools participate in the program. There are more than 100,000 Coordinators involved in the program.

How the Program Works

  • There are hundreds of participating products in food and non-food categories that carry Box Tops on their packages

  • Each Box Tops clip is worth 10 cents

  • It’s simple. Buy the products; clip the Box Tops; send the Box Tops to school.

  • Each enrolled school has a Box Tops Coordinator that counts and submits all of their Box Tops to General Mills

  • Enrolled schools receive two checks a year from General Mills to purchase the things they need like: books, school supplies, playground equipment, teacher training computers, etc.

  • Enrolled schools can earn up to $20,000 every school year by clipping Box Tops from participating products

  • Download the Box Tops Bonus App to earn even more cash for your school.  Simply select offers and scan your receipt to earn Bonus Box Tops in combination with the on-pack Box Tops clip and any other coupon, discount, store program promotion.

  • Schools can also earn through Bonus Box Tops offers, sweepstakes, and contests

  • There are not any restrictions on how each school spends their check. Schools can spend their cash to buy what they need most

For more information about

Forest Park's Box Tops program,

contact Crystal Amos.

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