Lincoln Elementary School

The Lincoln PTA actively participates in several consumer based fundraisers.  By registering your credit card, collecting labels and codes from products you already use, or shopping at certain sites, Lincoln PTA can earn both money and products for Lincoln School. 

 

Please clip labels and send them to school with your child in an envelope or bag. 

Box Tops, Schoola and More

Schoola

schoola logo.pngIn the last three years, the Lincoln PTA has earned close to $5,000 from Schoola.  Have you heard of Schoola?  You may have not, so if we had more people participating, we would be earning a ton of money for our school.  All you have to do is box up gently used clothing, shoes and accessories, print off a pre-paid shipping label, and either drop at the post office, or to make it even easier, schedule a FREE pick up at USPS.com.  Just choose "returns" when scheduling your pickup.  Schoola resells the clothes online and sends Lincoln School 40% of what they sell our donated clothes for.  This is a very easy way to support Lincoln and it won't cost you anything.  Click below to print a free shipping label.   https://www.schoola.com/schools/lincoln-elementary-school-elmhurst-il

 

My Coke Rewards Program

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If you buy Coke products, but don't enter the Coke Rewards for yourself, why not donate them to Lincoln? 
 
Simply tear off and send in the code or bottle cap from participating Coke products:  Coca-Cola, Diet Coke, Coke Zero, PowerAde, Sprite, Dasani, Minute Maid, Fanta, Barq's, Fresca, Mr. Pibb, Mello Yello, Fuze, Seagram's, and Tab.  You can also enter points online and then donate your points to Lincoln. 
 
Lincoln accumulates points and can "shop" the My Coke Rewards Catalog for items like classroom supplies, athletic equipment, learning aids and more!
 
 
Here is a link to the Lincoln donation page:
 

Mighty Nest

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Lincoln earns 15% of all your purchases at this Illinois-based online company that strives to provide only the best and safest products for your family.  Please click here.
 
 

Benefit

Lincoln School PTA has partnered with Benefit as a fundraising solution. It is free to members and free to Lincoln School PTA.  Benefit is a free iPhone or Android phone app that can be used to pay for your everyday purchases such as groceries, clothes, home goods, and more. You can pay on site at the store or online. A portion of your purchase, up to 20%, goes directly back to Lincoln School PTA.  Retailers include Lowe's, Amazon, Target, Starbucks, and many more! For instance, buy $300 worth of golf equipment at Callaway online, and $60 goes back to our school!! Download the app and add Lincoln School PTA as your beneficiary to start giving.
 
Find more information in the app or at http://www.benefit-mobile.com/. Feel free to forward this email to family and friends. The more people who participate, the more funds we will raise.

Please let me know if you have any questions.  Renee Dizillo:  reneedizillo1@yahoo.com

Box Tops for Education

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When you are shopping, look for products with the pink Box Tops on them. Each Box Top is worth 10 cents.  Although that doesn't sound like much, last year Lincoln earned $1,400 from the Box Top program! 

 

Cut the Box Top from the product and send it to school with your child. For a list of participating products go to www.btfe.com/products.

Campbell's Labels for Education

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From soup, cereal and snacks to dairy products, beverages and food storage – your kitchen’s probably full of eligible Labels for Education® items. Get clipping and start earning free stuff for your school! Send the UPCs and beverage/ sauce caps to school with your child- when the whole school participates, the points really add up! Learn more about participating products and get more information at www.labelsforeducation.com.

 

***The Labels for Education program is coming to an end this summer, so please make sure to send all your labels in by the end of the 2017 school year.***