what coordinators do
Coordinators are often the driving force in a Box Tops for Education program. They let all the parents know about the program, how it works and how much their school has earned. They run collection contests, work with school staff and teachers and show everyone how valuable Box Tops are for the school.
Coordinators collect, organize and mail in all the Box Tops submitted by school supporters—and watch everybody smile when a big check comes in return!
how you can help
You don’t have to be a Coordinator to help with Box Tops. Every Coordinator can use a little extra assistance in promoting or running their Box Tops program. Here are a few ways you can help your school's Coordinator:
- Count and bundle Box Tops at the big submission times, in October and February.
- Put a Box Tops collection bin at your workplace, place of worship, health club, or other places you regularly spend time.
- Get friends and family members to contribute by collecting Box Tops and signing up for Box Tops online. No matter where they live, they can make a difference for your school!
- Let your Coordinator know you’re ready and willing to do what they need. Sometimes even a "thanks" can go a long way.