A couple of weeks ago I told you about a choir who mingled with a crowd at a shopping mall and then, on cue, came together and began singing. It was called a "Random Act of Culture".
Well, I got an email today about another similar story that involves Box Tops for Education. We didn't have Box Tops for Education when I was in school, but I found out a lot about them when I was a substitute teacher for a few years. They are really big in schools these days and really do a lot of good. I've even heard that homeschool groups can be involved in the program.
So, how is this similar to "Random Acts of Culture". Well, I'll let the video explain itself, then afterward I'll post a little more about Box Tops for Education.
Box Tops for Education was created by General Mills in 1996 as an easy way to help make a difference for kids and schools. Since then, schools have earned more than $375 million through the program to help get the things they need-from books and school supplies to playground equipment and computers. Help make a difference in schools by clipping Box Tops from more than 240 brands, including Cheerios, Betty Crocker, Pillsbury, Hamburger Helper, Kleenex, Ziploc, Hefty, Juicy Juice, Avery, Welch´s, Land O´Lakes and Brita. Find out how much your school has earned and learn other ways to earn cash for your school at www.btfe.com.
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