Collecting labels and box tops from the everyday products we all use is an easy way to bring much needed equipment and supplies to children who are blind or visually impaired. The labels and box tops are collected by our chapter to support local schools around the New York City metro area. By simply clipping these labels, you can bring much needed equipment to children who are blind or visually impaired.
Campbell’s Labels for Education can be found on all Campbell’s Soup Labels, Pepperidge Farm (including Goldfish, Crackers), Swanson, V8 Beverages, Prego. A list of all eligible products can be found at http://www.labelsforeducation.com. For Campbell’s products, you no longer need to clip the whole label, only the 1-point or 5-point UPC codes. This is a new procedure. Please do not staple UPCs together or put any tape on them.
General Mills Box Tops for Education can be found on Betty Crocker and Pillsbury items, along with Ziploc/Hefty, Kleenex products and many cereals, like Cheerios. A complete list is available at http://www.boxtops4education.com.
Please bring labels and box tops to any chapter event to give to our vp: Foundation or any board member.