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Charlie is headed to the BIG Kindergarten this year and Jack is off to preschool. Suddenly, my babies are growing up! With their recent entrance into the school system, I know we have many years ahead of us working with the schools and education programs to make them the best they can be. Campbell’s Labels for Education program gives you the opportunity to buy products you need off your grocery list all while giving back to the schools in the process! #Labels4Edu #CollectiveBias
Looking to help your schools raise additional money without the frustration of traditional fundraising? Saving Labels for Education from products you already purchase can be a simple process once you have the steps down. I’ve put together a list of my favorite tips for keeping sane while cutting labels!
1. Make a list of the products you LOVE using off of the Labels for Education website and shop at your favorite grocery store or retailer.
Keep your eyes peeled because labels for education can be found everywhere you look, including the dairy section!
This little mister loves to help SHOPPING, including choosing his favorite flavors and products off our list!
Shopping for the labels is relatively simple when you head to your favorite local retailer, such as Walmart, to pick up your favorite items. The website offers a variety of products, so I picked up some of our favorites like Prego Italian sauce, Bic writing utensils (hello, school supplies) and Danimals Yogurt Smoothies. I’m planning to buy these items for our household anyways, why not save money for the school in the process?
2. Clip coupons from the Labels for Education website to further your savings and make your dollar stretch even further.
If you stop at the Labels for Education website before you head out on a shopping trip for your items, you will likely find even more savings to apply to your bottom line. This savings ends up back in your pocket and enables you to buy additional products to benefit your school or even give back in a variety of other ways. Who doesn’t love saving money?
3. Find creative ways to store your labels.
Labels for Education come in a variety of ways depending on the product you purchase. Sometimes, you’ll be saving pasta jar lids, other times, you can look for the UPC code and the label nearby that tells you how many points you earn for clipping. Whether you’re socking them away in a ziploc bag or stuffing them under your mattress, find a spot in the house that will remind you to clip those labels and save them to turn them in at a later date. You can even peruse Pinterest for creative ideas to keep your labels organized and front and center.
4. Remember why you’re saving Labels for Education
Plenty of reasons to clip for your school – these smiling faces!
Life can be busy and you can get caught up in the hum-drum of the mundane grocery store runs, but always remember why you search for particular items and save the UPC codes or lids. It’s all about the KIDS! Your kids and others will benefit from this small step more than you could know. You can track your school’s progress on the website and even view their wish list! Remembering that it’s all about them helps to put things in perspective when it comes to preparing for the school year ahead (and just might get you to stick to that grocery list!)
Labels for Education Sweepstakes
Your school could win big if you enter the Labels for Education Sweepstakes! 1000 schools will win $1000 in a $1,000,000 giveaway from Labels for Education. Additional information for that contest can be found at the Labels for Education Campbell’s Sweepstakes website. This is an awesome (and simple!) opportunity to try to do something for your school just by submitting your information.