Coordinators across the country rallied their communities and collected thousands of Box Tops during the first-ever National Box Tops for Education Week, September 24-30, 2017.
Starting the school year off on the right foot
During this week, volunteers set up extra collection bins around their communities, sent home special collection sheets and hosted neighborhood clipping drives to bring in Box Tops for their schools. The goal: to collect as many Box Tops as possible in a single week!
Generating excitement with a celebrity guest
HGTV star and Box Tops fan Genevieve Gorder helped support National Box Tops for Education Week, too! Through inspiring videos and in-person appearances, she helped get the word out and urged everyone to buy, clip and earn.
Did your school miss National Box Tops for Education Week?
Get the Clipping Drive Digital Toolkit
Don't worry, you can hold a clipping drive for your school any time of the year! Download this clipping drive digital toolkit for helpful tips and printable materials to help you rally your community and set up a Box Tops collection event for your school.