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Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Box Tops For Education

There is a program out there called - you guessed it - Boxtops For Education. The website - http://www.boxtops4education.com/. You can either check out the products to cut the label off of, or you can actually join up!

The process is simple - Cut the little logo out which looks like this the picture in the upper right corner. Save them up for a month, and then send them in a normal envelope to:

Hancock County Schools
7070 Stennis Airport Drive
Kiln, MS 39556

Tammy Raymond
Bay St. Louis-Waveland School District
201 Carroll Avenue
Bay St. Louis, MS 39520
228-304-0259


Gorenflo Elementary,
771 Elder Street,
Biloxi, MS 39530
228-436-5145

Popp's Ferry Elementary School,
364 Nelson Road,
Biloxi, MS 39531
228-436-5135

Sacred Heart Elementary
10482 Lemoyne Blvd
D'Iberville, MS 39540
Phone is 228-217-1392
she@sacredheartelementary.org

2/13/08
You can also do online support through the Boxtops website. I will try to keep this updated, but go to the index page http://www.boxtops4education.com/Promotions To look for current online support methods...

February 08
http://www.boxtops4education.com/love
http://www.boxtops4education.com/gametime/ - good until 3/31/08
http://www.boxtops4education.com/Promotions/Sweepstakes.aspx?sweepstakesId=BMNZGRFA

9/13
Start fundraising with Cinnabon®, and enjoy great profits, plus Box Tops for your school!

If you’re part of an organization that does fundraising—whether it’s a sports team, club or other group—you know how hard it can be. Selling magazines or chocolates, staging car washes, holding tag sales. Now, your local Cinnabon® is offering a fresh and easy new fundraising program to help your organization earn cash. And your school will earn Box Tops at the same time!

Here’s how it works: your group can buy Cinnabon® fundraising certificates for only $7.00* each, and sell them for a suggested price of $10.00. Purchasers can redeem the certificates at participating Cinnabon® stores for one 6-pack of Cinnabon Classic Rolls – a discount from the regular price – and they also receive one Box Top coupon to send in to your school.

Each certificate is customized with your group’s name and a list of the nearest Cinnabon® stores where the certificate can be redeemed.

Why choose Cinnabon® for fundraising?

Anyone who’s ever walked past a Cinnabon store knows the allure of warm, fragrant, freshly-baked cinnamon rolls! From sugar and cinnamon dusted CinnabonStix® to refreshing frozen Chillattas™ to those World Famous Cinnamon Rolls, these bakery treats enjoy tremendous popularity.

That name recognition makes it easy to get the word out. And school supporters who are tired of the same old promotions will appreciate the change of pace! Purchasers can enjoy their treats while shopping, traveling, and of course, take their 6-pack of Cinnamon Rolls home with them.

There are many other advantages to fundraising with Cinnabon®, too.

• You don’t need to handle any product, and the entire process is completed in one transaction. Present the certificate, collect the money, and you’re done – no need to return for delivery.

• High dollar donation per transaction. Your group makes a full $3.00* for every certificate you sell.

• Your school benefits too, since every sale includes a Box Tops for Education coupon.

• Higher earnings potential: For example, if your group has 20 members, and each sells 12 certificates, that’s 240 certificates sold, or $720.00 for your organization!

To learn more about how to get started with Cinnabon fundraising, visit http://www.cinnabon.com/.

*Program example based on suggested fundraising certificate rate of $7.00 each. Final pricing determined by individual franchise locations.

The Cinnabon® trademark is a registered trademark, used under license by General Mills.

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2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Are the schools still accepting box top label cutoff donations?

08 January, 2007 11:28  
Blogger Leslie said...

Yes they are!
Actually any time school is in session, they'll accept the boxtops and the labels for education.

I think the schools must turn them in by April, but I'm not sure.
Please email me if you need an address for a school.
KatrinaCoalition@aol.com

08 January, 2007 12:05  

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