As a mom, I’ve tried to support my children’s schools as much as I can. Whether that was volunteering for a classroom activity or sending in food for a food drive; I’ve wanted to be as involved as possible. One of the easiest ways that I’ve been able to do this is by participating in the Box Tops for Education program. Those handy box tops are on so many products that we already purchase so it just makes sense to support the schools at the same time by sending them in. One of the products that we use frequently in our home, just like many, are garbage bags. And over the years, after trial and error, we’ve come to rely on Hefty.
One of the things I’ve always loved about the Box Tops for Education program is that it makes it so easy to support your local school. Just by purchasing products that you probably already use; you can easily support your school in the process.
But how exactly does it work?
The process is so easy!
- Purchase participating products, like Hefty Trash Bags.
- Clip the box tops from each package
- Send the box tops into your school
- Each Box Tops coupon is worth 10 cents and schools can earn up to $20,000 every year by clipping Box Tops from hundreds of participating products!
Easy peasy, right?
And did you know that Hefty is the only trash bag that supports Box Tops for Education? You can find Hefty Trash Bags just about anywhere and those Box Top marked packages are super easy to find.
Just think of how much your child’s school could benefit from Hefty Box Tops when you get 4 box tops per box!
Trash bags are one of those things, along with toilet paper and tissue paper, that we stock up on. Almost every room in the house has a trash can or at least access to a nearby trash can. And, let’s face it, with kids around – things are bound to get messy. But, luckily we have plenty of Hefty Trash Bags on hand to contain the mess… and the smell.
I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.
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