Help Your School with Labels for Education

This post was written in partnership with Labels for Education. All opinions remain 100% my own.

With the cuts to our educational programs on the rise, our children’s classrooms can use any form of donations.  I know many schools lack art supplies, playground equipment or musical instruments to inspire our children.  That’s why I love supporting programs such as Labels for Education.

By simply purchasing one of the participating products (there are over 2,500 to choose from), cutting the UPCs and Beverage/Sauce Caps, and submitting to your school’s coordinator, your school will accumulate points which can be used to purchase items for the classroom.  With participating brands such as Campbell’s, Pepperidge Farm, BIC and Post Foods, I bet you could find many Labels for Education hiding in your pantry right now!  I know our school band would love to get enough points for the acoustic guitar!

Labels for Education is celebrating its 40th Anniversary – that’s 40 years of rewarding schools across the country with educational equipment.  Now, more than 60,000 schools have registered to take part in the program.  Our school makes collecting points fun by hosting class competitions.  The class that brings in the most points wins a dress down day!  What kid doesn’t want the chance to ditch the school uniform for jeans and a comfy tee?

Don’t forget about helping your school library!  The Labels for Education Book Bonanza provides schools registered with Labels for Education the opportunity to earn FREE Scholastic books (up to 40 books).  By turning in the participating UPCs and Beverage/Sauce caps to your school coordinator between January 6th-March 31st, you can help your school earn free books!

What does your school need the most?


  1. I’ve collected Box Tops for Education for years for my kids but have never heard of Labels for Education. I’ll have to check with the school to see if they participate. Sounds like an easy way to help schools earn cash.

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