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1. Look for LFE when you shop.
There are certain Labels for Education products we buy on a regular basis. Elliot is a huge Goldfish crackers fan, so they often end up in our shopping cart. One of my favorites LFE products is Campbell’s Tomato Soup. I use to make cream of tomato soup, it’s the perfect with a grilled cheese sandwich. I usually buy it at 99 Cents Only stores because they sell the bigger cans of it for only 99¢. You can also save money by checking the Labels for Education website for coupons before you shop.
2. Collect LFE from your pantry.
This may seem obvious but I sometimes forget to remove labels. DUH! That means I am throwing money for the school away! I think the best way to avoid this is to assign the LFE collector task to your kiddos. Quinn has an eagle eye and is constantly noticing Labels for Education on products in the pantry.
3. Ask friends and family to save LFE for you.
My grandma has been saving Labels for Education (and other goodies like coke reward points) for us for a long time. Once she collects a baggie full she sends it our way. It’s like getting little Christmas presents for our school all year-long. 🙂
4. Give the LFE to your school.
Don’t hoard the Labels for Education. 🙂 Now this is another obvious one but one we have forgotten to send LFE to school and they just sit collecting dust. Try to pick one day a month to send LFE to your school, like the last day of every month. A huge baggie full of labels sitting on your desk doesn’t help the school.
5. Enter the Label’s for Education Sweepstakes.
This is an extra way to earn money for your school happening right now. Labels for Education is awarding $1,000 to 1,000 schools! I think every school could use an extra $1000. Head over to the Label’s for Education Sweepstakes to enter your school.
What easy fundraising does your school do?