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As a mom, I’m constantly made aware of the need to raise money for our school. It feels like my son comes home with some kind of fundraiser every month. And rightly so, there’s a lot of needs for kids at that age and I think it’s great that the PTO wants to make sure that we have a way of meeting them. However, there’s a super easy way to help out a school in addition to selling mums, wreaths or candles. You can give money to your schools from the products you’re already buying! Don’t forget Labels for Education! My guess is that you have products in your pantry right now!
And for the record, the labels are everywhere! Am I right? I am really good at cutting them out and horrible at keeping track of them. I had about three different bags going in my kitchen. No more. I found a solution.
When I shop I’m pretty hyper focused on my out of pocket cost. I totally forget that most shopping trips can help me give money back to my kid’s school as well. You can find labels on products like these Campbell’s soup cans.
Here’s what you’re looking for. Every product that includes this Labels for Education logo will get you money for your school! This one was on the bottom of the box so make sure you look really closely.
I had a normal shopping trip and looked through the items I bought and found little labels on these three products! You can find Labels for Education on products like Campbell’s, Pepperidge Farm, Post, Swanson, Pace, Prego, Spaghettio’s and many more! And you know what’s even better? They have COUPONS for the very products that you can use to earn for your school. You can find the coupons here.
Right now Campbell’s has a big giveaway! They’re giving away 1 Million dollars! 1,000 schools will win $1,000. You can enter your school by entering here.
Okay, so here’s the important part. If you don’t keep them organized you won’t be able to find them to give to your school. (I’m talking to myself, here.) So, here’s what I’ve set up for this year.
Here’s my mason jar! Really fancy, right? I have it right beside all my other large glass jars in the kitchen. It blends right in. I wouldn’t put a baggie there, but this jar is perfect and it’s so easy to remember to stick my labels in it when I cut them out of the product.
I intentionally use a smaller mason jar so that I can empty it often. So easy! Get a mason jar like this one and start saving for your kid’s school! 🙂
How do you store your labels for education?