Avery Dennison Joins Box Tops for Education® To Help Earn Cash For Schools
The first school and office supply manufacturer to join the program, Avery Dennison wants to help make a difference in children’s education
Given the difficult economic climate, many corporations and individuals have been forced to reduce their levels of charitable giving and have also found it more challenging to devote time and energy toward community service activities. Avery and IAAP have identified an easy way for you to continue supporting your local community by participating in Box Tops for Education ®, a successful school-based fundraising program that has helped America’s K-8 schools earn more than $300 million over the past 13 years and over $50 million dollars last year alone! Box Tops for Education was created by General Mills, Inc. in 1996 as a way for everyone to pitch in and raise money to help kids, teachers and schools. The program has helped local schools across the country earn cash to get the things they need—from books and school supplies to playground equipment and computers.
What are Box Tops?
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