School Collection Projects
The Box Top label is found on General Mills’ products, Ziploc bags, cereal’s, baking products, refrigerated/dairy, snacks and frozen foods.
Each label is worth 10 cents when redeemed for a
school. When cutting off label, please do not cut off the expiration date as it is needed for validation.
Please save labels from a box or bag of Tyson Food products.
The part you save has a label with a black logo with the words “Project A+” on it.Please be sure to turn in the entire label and not just the Project A+ logo.
Palubicki's Grocery Receipts
We collect the receipts and we received 1% of the total receipt amount from Palubicki Grocery Store in Fosston.
Central Market Grocery Receipts
We collect the receipts and they will give us 1% of the total receipt if it has the We Care sticker on it. You need to ask for the sticker when you are checking out groceries.
At the end of the school year—June 1, St. Michael’s School orders school supplies from the Campbell’s Label’s for Education Catalog. Items we have received in the past are balls, tape recorders, computer programs, calculators, and art supplies.
Please save the UPC labels from Campbell's, Franco-American, Pepperidge Farm, Swanson, V-8, Prego, and Pace. Bring them to the school office.
St. Michael’s School participates in the Campbell’s Labels for Education Program and submits labels, proofs of purchase and certificates for redemption.
The Labels for Education Program runs from August 1 until June 1.
Funding Factory gives us cash for your recycled items: ink cartridges, deoderant sticks, cell phones, toner cartridges, and many more!
Please save cancelled stamps for the missions. The stamp should have ¼ inch of paper around it. We send them to the Franciscan Missions at Waterford, WI.
The missions sell them to stamp collectors and the profits benefit their missionary work.
Take Charge of Education
Nothing in the market today demonstrates the long-standing and steadfast commitment to proving schools with much-needed undesignated funds like the Take Charge of Education school fundraising program.
Since the program was launched in 1997, Target has donated over $169 million through fundraising dollars —including nearly $30 million in 2005 alone. This consistent and hassle-free funding support for local schools is making a huge difference in classrooms all across the country.
How it Works:
Through the Take Charge of Education program, Target donates an amount equal to 1% of REDcard (Target Visa and Target Card) purchases made at Target and Target.com and ½% of Target Visa purchases made elsewhere, to the eligible K-12 school of your choice.For some schools, this adds up to over $10,000 a year.
·Parents, grandparents, and friends simply designate an eligible K-12 public, private, or parochial school to benefit from purchases made on their REDCard.
·Checks are sent to the school principal two times a year (September and March)