While I am no longer on the Home & School Board at the school my children attend, I am still always looking for easy and FREE ways to support the school. While I am pretty good at clipping Box Tops, I always forget to grab the Labels For Education. With this new program, you don’t have to even clip the labels when you shop at participating stores. Just BUYING the items with your registered Shopper/Club/Grocery card gives the points to your school. How simple is that?
To get started:
Click here to register for e-Labels for Education. Set up your account by entering your Shopper Card Number in addition to answering a few simple questions. Then choose which school(s) will receive your points.
Earn. Now, every time you shop at your favorite supermarket*, and purchase any eligible Labels for Education products, total points earned will be credited to your school’s Labels for Education account automatically.
Free Stuff! Your school can then redeem any points earned for FREE educational merchandise and equipment available through the Labels for Education catalog at http://www.apfco.com/labels/catalog.cfm.
It looks like this program is good at the following stores: Baker’s, Carrs, City Market, Dillons, Dominick’s, Fry’s, Genuardi’s, Gerbes, Hilander, JayC, King Soopers, Kroger, Owen’s, Pavilions, Pay Less, QFC, Ralphs, Randall’s, Safeway, Scott’s, Shop N Save, Smith’s, Tom Thumb or Vons.
And there is one more thing: Local reader Cheryl alerted me to the following (we have children at the same school):
I found out this week that Gen has a promo for 100 bonus points for buying 5 products.However the better news is when you register your genuardi’s club card at www.elabelsforeducation.com you get 200 bonus points no purchase necessary. How cool would it be for IDon’tGiveOutTheNameOfMySchool (or any other school) to get all these extra points just for registering their club cards. Could you help spread the word?
Yes Cheryl – I’m happy to spread the word!