Thank you to Boise Paper for sponsoring this post.
Do you save Box Tops for Education™? I got in the habit when my kids were in elementary school and I still save them in a little wooden box like they are gold!
In a way, they are gold. Our elementary school Physical Education teacher asked parents to save Box Tops for Education for him in order to purchase a rock climbing wall for the gymnasium. It took years, but he finally did it! It helped instill a love of rock climbing in my kids.
Even though my kids have graduated from elementary school, I still drop my pile of Box Tops for Education for the school fundraiser. Every little bit helps!
Now that it’s back-to-school time, you can get Box Tops for Education for paper products. The Box Tops for Education Program™ allows K-8 schools to earn up to $20,000 annually for essential supplies! Boise Paper is the exclusive office paper brand that participates in Box Tops.
Box Tops from specially marked reams of Boise Paper’s paper products can be redeemed for 10 cents each for your child’s school!
Two of the paper products that are specially marked include Boise POLARIS Premium Multipurpose and Boise FIREWORX paper.
Boise POLARIS Premium Multipurpose paper is 99.99% jam-free. It’s a bright white copy paper for all kinds of general use. It also comes in a 24 lb. weight which is slightly heavier. This is the paper that my son likes to use for drawing his thank you notes and birthday cards.
Boise FIREWORX paper is perfect when you need a pop of color to stand out. It comes in 22 colors. Use for color coding, announcements, bulletins, invitations, and signs. This is also an eco-friendly option. The paper contains 30% recycled materials.
The Box Tops for Education™ program has helped American schools earn more than $882 million since it began in 1996. Last school year, participating schools earned over $41 million! The money is used for supplied, new technology, and recreational equipment like my elementary school’s rock climbing wall.
My kids used the Boise FIREWORX paper to make birthday cards for their father. The Boise Polaris paper would be great for drawing.
My daughter used three different colors of Boise FIREWORX paper to make her card!
Is your elementary or middle school participating in The Box Tops for Education™ program? It’s an easy way to help fund something that your school needs.
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