GMS Ways to Help Your School

 

My name is Kathy Roberts and I'm the coordinator for Box Tops for Education, Labels for Education, Cartridges for Kids and School Store.com here at Glencoe Middle School. This year we set a goal to earn $5000 to purchase an intercom system for our school.  We could really use your help to make a difference for our school – I know we can do it. 

 

Boxtops for Education  

We collect the Boxtops for Education official coupons from General Mills, Betty Crocker, Pillsbury and other participating brands.  Each coupon is worth ten cents to our school.  More information on the program or eligible products can be found at www.boxtops4education.com.

 

Campbell’s Labels for Education

We collect labels and UPC codes from Campbell’s condensed soups, and their secondary companies like Swanson, Pepperidge Farms, V-8, Franco American, Prego and Pace.  We redeem the labels and UPC’s to purchase items for our classrooms from Campbell’s merchandise catalog.  To determine whether a product’s label, UPC code or lid should be saved, look for the LFE logos on the product.  Next to the logo, it will instruct you to save a label, UPC code or lid. More information about the program and eligible products can be found at www.labelsforeducation.com.

                   

Ink Cartridges

We collect used printer cartridges in the main office.  We can receive up to four dollars for each cartridge we submit.

 www.cartridgesforkids.com

 

Schoolstore.com

SchoolStore.com is an online shopping mall where over 200 nationally known merchants have agreed to give a percentage of every sale to Glencoe Middle School. Companies like Wal-mart, Sears, Target, Office Depot and many more participate in SchoolStore.com. Glencoe Middle School earns money from things people are already buying online when they designate Glencoe Middle School while shopping at SchoolStore.com.

www.schoolstore.com/demo

 

For more information on these programs and to print out more collections sheets go to: www.ecboe.org/gms

 

Thank you for all you help,

 

 

Kathy Roberts

Last Modified on September 8, 2010