Box Tops for Education now offering an app

    Box Tops for Education is now offering an app that allows users to scan their store receipts and earn money for local schools. The Box Tops program, which was founded by General Mills in 1996, allows consumers to collect box tops from participating products and send them to their child’s enrolled elementary or middle school. Schools then send the box tops, each worth 10 cents, to General Mills to be redeemed for cash. Since its inception, the Box Tops program has raised upwards of $913 million for more than 70,000 schools across the country. To download the free app and earn money for your child’s school, click here.


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