Keeping it Simple: Raise Money For Your Kids’ School- Bonus Box Tops at Walmart

Monday, September 7, 2015

Raise Money For Your Kids’ School- Bonus Box Tops at Walmart


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





I have three boys in elementary school this year and two kids still at home with me. I try to be an involved parent and help out with the school as much as I can. Because of my two little ones at home, I can't do much at their school (they don't allow me to bring my kids), but there are ways that I can help with their school, even if I can't volunteer my time at the school. I can collect Box Tops for my kids' schhol. This is something that I have been doing since my oldest (who is in 5th grade now) was in kindergarten. It's such an easy way to help out. Plus Box Tops are on foods that I already buy, so all I have to do is cut them out and collect them.





Right now Walmart has a variety of General Mills products that are Bonus Box Tops. Instead of just getting one Box Top that is worth $.10, you get 5 Box Tops! Woohoo! That means more money for your school!.





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We head to Walmart to pick up some of our favorite foods. We were so excited to see that the majority of our favorite General Mills foods had the Bonus Box Tops on them, like these cinnamon rolls. Can you tell that she is excited that we get to buy these and have them for our afternoon treat one day :).


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Another food that we absolutely love is GoGurt®, my kids eat these up like crazy. We love them for snacks, for on the go and for school lunches. They were sure excited to see that these too had the Bonus Box Tops on them!


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There are so many kinds of foods that have the Bonus Boxus Tops on them, like cereal, Fiber One bars, yogurt, cinnamon rolls, fruit snacks, and much more!


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Box Tops is one of the biggest loyalty programs that help out schools, more than 80,000 schools participates and more than $525 million has been donated since the launch of the program in 1996 (that's a lot of money!).





To me it's important to help out with the schools when I can. Plus it's important for me to teach my kids to do the same. A lot of times I let my kids cut out the Box Tops, they love it too! They are helping me out and also helping out their school, it's a great thing for them to do.





If you haven't collected Box Tops before, you really should. I bet that you have at least one box or label in your pantry right now that has one on it. Even if you don't have school aged kids, you can collect them and give them to someone who does, I know that they would love it!





Do you collect Box Tops? How do you store them? Check out tomorrow's post to see a creative way to keep track of them :).





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

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