For the ninth year in a row, the Appling County Head Start Center will be participating in the Campbell’s Labels for Education Program. For over 38 years, Campbell’s Labels for Education program has supported schools across the country by providing more than $114 million in FREE merchandise in exchange for proof of purchase from Campbell products.
This year, the program is getting even better with a new look and focus on supporting the arts, athletics and academic enrichment programs that can spark children’s successes. Labels for Education is also adding new partnerships, programs, resources and incentives to help generate more support for our program.
You can help Appling County Head Start earn free merchandise such as computers, audio/visual equipment, physical education equipment, reference books, musical instruments or even a mini-van, simply by collecting Campbell UPCs and sending them or dropping them off at the center.
“We’re asking the community to help,” said Bonnie Gaskins, Child Development Services Director. “If we work together, we can build better schools for our children.”
It’s easy to pitch in. Simply save product UPCs from any of the eligible Campbell products listed at www.labelsforeducation.com and send them to the center.
For more information on how to be a part of the Labels for Education collection drive, contact the school coordinator, Carol Clarke, Literacy Coordinator at: (912) 338-5239 or toll free at: (800) 477-8275 or email her at: firstname.lastname@example.org. The 2011-2012 program runs until June 1, 2012. You can also contact the center at (912) 367-5371.