Tuesday, April 29, 2008
Have you ever seen those little "Box Tops for Education" graphics on the boxes (and bags) of some grocery store products? If you cut them out and turn them in to a school that collects them, they turn into money for the school. Each box top is worth 10 cents. That doesn't sound like much, but it all adds up and free money-- even in small amounts--is still free money. So check your boxes and cut out and save any of the Box Tops that you see. And if helping out schools isn't enough, you can even win a prize. Trek (of Trek Casts On) is running a contest between now and August. If you either send her your collection of Box Tops or send her a photo of the box tops you have collected for your local school, she will enter your name in a drawing for a gift certificate to Amazon.com. I know I could use some extra cash to spend on knitting books, couldn't you?