Three Easy Ways to Help

There are three easy ways you can help the Louis Braille School gain supplies and money to support its educational program, and all it will cost you is a few minutes of time. The three programs are:

Office Depot 5% Back to Schools
Campbell’s Labels for Education
Box Tops 4 Education

Office Depot 5% Back to Schools

Help our school earn free supplies from Office Depot.

The Louis Braille School will earn credits equal to 5% of your qualifying purchases. Every time you shop at any Office Depot store, at check out tell the cashier, “5% Back to Schools” and give the name and location of our school, Louis Braille School in Edmonds. They will ask for the school ID number, 70207722. If you do not have the ID number, they can quickly look it up.

Do not worry about whether your purchases are qualifying purchases. The store’s computer will figure that out from the receipt codes.

For your convenience, we have wallet-size cards showing the school name and ID number. We will be happy to send you one at your request.

Remember, every time you shop at Office Depot say:

5% Back to Schools
Louis Braille School, Edmonds, WA
ID# 70207722 (or ask them to look it up)

For more information about Office Depot’s 5% Back to Schools, check out their website and scroll down to 5% Back to Schools.

Campbell’s Labels for Education

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For more than thirty years, Campbell’s has been awarding free educational equipment to schools in exchange for proofs of purchase from the Campbell’s family of products. Simply save proofs of purchase from participating Campbell’s products and send or bring them to the Louis Braille School, 10130 Edmonds Way, Edmonds, WA 98020.

Look for the Campbell’s Labels for Education logo on the product packaging. We must have the bar code; for beverages we need the bottle cap.

Points accumulate to the school’s credit as the labels are redeemed. When we have enough points, we can select from a wide array of items in a colorful on-line catalog. Points required for items vary with the value of the item.

Some of the products eligible for redemption include: Campbell’s soups, SpaghettiOs, Prego, Swanson, Pepperidge Farm, and V8.

See the Campbell’s website for more information about Campbell’s Labels for Education, and a list of the many qualifying products.

Box Tops 4 Education

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General Mills launched its Box Tops 4 Education program in 1996 as a way to help schools gain extra cash by redeeming product box tops. The program has expanded to include Pillsbury, Kimberley Clark, Hefty, and Ziplock with products such as Betty Crocker, Gold Medal, Green Giant, Kleenex, Scott, Progresso, and others.

Please look for the Box Top 4 Education labels on your food products and send the labels to the school. Each Box Top 4 Education label currently is worth ten cents to the school, some are worth more, and there are “bonus point specials.”

See the Box Top website for information.

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