Summer is over, and it’s time for back to school. Can you believe it? Our lazy mornings and staying up late at night has come to an end. For the first two weeks of school, my kids are just dragging their feet out of bed in the morning. I honestly believe it’s rough on all of us, but one thing is for sure, we have the Golden Box Tops Challenge to look forward to doing this year. Have you heard of the Golden Box Tops Challenge? As we all know, Box Tops for Education helps your children’s schools. Collecting Box Tops for schools allows them to earn money to help benefit the school and our children. I’ve been collecting Box Tops for years and let me just say; it helps enormously.
The Golden Box Tops Challenge is now taking place at your local Costco . By purchasing specialty marked General Mills products with 8 Box Tops like Cheerios, Fiber One Bars, Lucky Charms, and even our favorite Annie’s Mac & Cheese 12 count variety. My kids love Annie’s Shells & White Cheddar. It’s organic, and we love the taste.
As you all know, schools have a budget in place, so when parents collect Box Tops throughout the school year, it truly does help the classrooms.
This year we decided to challenge ourselves to surpass last years goal in collecting Box Tops. Last school year we collected 125 Box Tops and this year we hope to collect 200. It is challenging, but we’re so up for it.
Do you know what the best part is along with helping our school, I’m purchasing products that I already trust and love for me and my family. So if it already has a Box Tops label on the box, it’s a win-win for this mom.
Do you know what’s too cool for school? On these participating General Mills products available at Costco there will be a special code to be entered on www.costcoboxtops.com for a chance to win one of 3,000 Box Tops Prize Packs.
Entering this sweepstake is so easy, and you can learn more on how to win below. Imagine winning 100 eBoxTops? That would be awesome for any school to receive.
Will you be collecting loads of Box Tops this year? One of the things that we like to do before collecting our Box Tops is making a DIY container. The kids can get real creative by using an empty tissue box, crayons, markers, ribbon, scrapbook or even construction paper. Honestly, let their imagination run since it’s a perfect place to store your Box Tops -Plus it keeps them tidy and together before handing the Box Tops to their teachers.
Start your back to school shopping at Costco and help support your local schools with the Golden Box Challenge.
So tell me, will you be doing the Golden Box Tops Challenge at Costco this year?
How many Box Tops will you collect?