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It’s almost time to head back to school! That means it’s time for parents to start thinking about ways to help our local schools reach their goals. Tyson’s Project A+ is a great way to support your school! It’s a great program, which helps to raise funds so teachers and staff can purchase the items needed for our children.
There are three simple steps to get extra cash for your school once you’ve purchased your Tyson products:
I told you it was simple! And since we purchase Tyson frozen products often, this is a great opportunity to help! Each label is worth 24 cents, so the savings will add up quickly! This could be a monthly new book for the library, a new rug for one particular classroom, musical instruments or new supplies for the office….the possibilities are endless! (Your school could earn $120 with just 500 labels!)
You can visit the Project A+ website and click on “Look Up Your School” to get started – there are literally only 4 clicks in the process. If your school is not on the list, you can let your chosen school know about the program or sign up and volunteer to manage the school’s Project A+ program yourself. (Don’t worry, it’s very easy with the resources available on the Project A+ website!)
Identifying participating Project A+ products is quite easy, too! Just look for the black label on the back of select Tyson products:
After checking out the Project A+ information on Tyson’s website, I headed out to my local Walmart to pick up a package of Grilled & Ready® Fully Cooked Frozen Chicken Breast Strips. I figured I could make some chicken quesadillas for a fast summer lunch. They were really easy and quick to make, and my children loved them! I have been using Tyson Chicken products for years, and with so many different varieties of chicken to choose from, there’s always one that will fit right into my recipes.
You can take a look at my shopping trip for Tyson products in my Google+ Album and see how easy it is to #Clip4School with Tyson labels.