Earn More for Your School with Box Tops for Education and eBoxTops — $25 Walmart Gift Card Giveaway [Closed]

Earn More for My School

Box Tops for Education have been a nationwide fundraising program for countless schools all over the country since 1996, when the program was first launched by General Mills. Back then, Box Tops for Education were only found on a small selection of General Mills cereal, but the program grew exponentially and it wasn’t long before dozens of other trusted food and household brands jumped on board. You can now find Box Tops for Education in every aisle of the grocery store, on over 200 different products you probably buy already.

During the 2010-2011 school year, over $59 million was earned for schools participating in the Box Tops for Education program. This year, the sky is the limit with more Box Tops for Education being offered on select brands, as well as a new way to earn even more your school with eBoxTops.

Box Tops for Education have teamed up with Walmart to give families a head start in collecting even more Box Tops to benefit their schools. Right now, participating products at Walmart don’t just have one Box Top on the package, but are loaded with four Box Tops! Just look for the Box Tops for Education display at your local Walmart to earn four Box Tops on more than 100 different items, including Cheerios, Hamburger Helper, Nature Valley, Totinos, and more.

A brand new way to earn Box Tops is Earn More for My School, a website developed exclusively for Walmart shoppers. When you sign up for a free account on Earn More for My School, you will automatically receive access to numerous opportunities to earn eBoxTops. Every time you complete an opportunity, your digital Box Tops will be automatically sent to your designated school. Not to mention, you will also earn 2 free eBoxTops just for registering and opting in to emails from Earn More for My School. You can also earn more eBoxTops on the official Box Tops for Education website.


Walmart gift card

To help you get started collecting Box Tops for Education to help support the fundraising efforts of your local school, one lucky Woman Tribune reader will win a $25 Walmart gift card. This giveaway will end September 1st. To enter, use the Rafflecopter form below.

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Information and Walmart gift card giveaway were provided by General Mills and Walmart through MyBlogSpark. No other compensation was received, and opinions are my own.

102 thoughts on “Earn More for Your School with Box Tops for Education and eBoxTops — $25 Walmart Gift Card Giveaway [Closed]”

  1. Yoplait yogurts and General Mills cereals are two products we purchase quite frequently because we eat them, and because they have Box Tops.

  2. Just yesterday I went to walmart and stocked up on fruit snacks, lucky charms bars and zip loc bags, all of which had box tops that will go to my kindergartner’s class!
    cozycreations07 at aol dot com

  3. We love getting Box Tops from Cheerios and Betty Crocker products! Thanks so much for hosting this contest!

  4. Ziploc bags!

    Entered the Rafflecopter form as “Crave to Save”

    Thanks for the chance to win!
    gina.m.maddox (AT) gmail (DOT) com

  5. There are a lot of products on the list that we use a lot, but I am looking forward to trying the Hefty renew trash bags. I’m happy to see a more mainstream option for partially recycled trash bags… and I get the bonus of helping out my local school and my nieces’ school.

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