It’s easy to earn cash for St. Raphael School through the following corporate programs.
You will find containers for the following list located by the school office. There is also a basket at church in the East Gathering Space near the Information desk.
For questions or further information, contact Teri Scherber at [email protected]
Box Tops for Education
Please clip the official Box Top coupon (with product acronym and current before expiration date intact) off of participating General Mills products. Each clipped Box Top is worth $0.10 for our school. Be on the lookout for Bonus Certificates as well. Paper Mate has now joined the Box Top family! Have you registered to be a member of the Box Tops website? If not, go to www.boxtops4education.com and register. As a member you have access to coupons, bonus box tops, and many other specials such as sweepstakes and contests that will benefit St. Raphael’s. You will also find a complete list of participating products on the website.
Coca – Cola Product Codes
With this fundraising program, Coca-cola will donate cash to schools for codes from coca-cola beverages entered on the www.coke.com/give website. Codes are found on bottle caps, 12- and 24-pack flaps, and multipack shrinkwrap. You may set up an account on the coke website and enter the codes in the “donate to schools” section, or send the caps, flaps, and shrinkwrap (bottom rectangle) to school and our coordinator will enter the codes. The value of the codes ranges from $0.05 to $0.38. Donations are paid out quarterly. Coke will also run special promotions throughout the year (i.e. double donations).
Loaves for Learning
The bakers of Country Hearth and Village Hearth sponsor the Loaves 4 Learning program. Clip and send in the bread slice UPC found on Country Hearth & Village Hearth bread products. For the complete list of products, please click here. School will receive $0.05 for each UPC. More information is available at www.loaves4learning.com
St. Raphael School also collects pop tabs to support Ronald McDonald House charities. Ronald McDonald Houses in Minneapolis and Rochester provide accommodations for families of ill children while they receive treatment from area hospitals.