The General Mills Box Tops for Education program has raised over $868 million dollars for school across America. The Box Tops can be found on every day items ranging from cereal to cleaning supplies. Through this program, TVLS has raised over $29,000 over the years. Here are a few ways you can make it even easier for us to collect and submit all those Box Tops and get cash for our school!
1. Check the expiration dates on your Box Tops. Please do not send expired Box tops to school because they aren't accepted.
2. Box Tops don't have to be trimmed perfectly, just make sure the expiration date and full product code are both visible.
You can send your Box Tops to school on a collection sheet but even in a ziploc baggie is fine, Collection sheets make it easier for us to count the amount of Box Tops and the kids have fun using them but if you do not have one you can just throw your Box Tops into a ziploc bag and send them to your child's teacher. If you want to use collection sheets, you can print out a Tusky Valley Box Top collection sheet
here or download other fun collection sheets
from the Box Tops website.
Thanks for helping to make our school's Box Tops program a success!