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Country Club PTA participates in the Box Tops for Education program sponsored by General Mills. We send our collected Box Tops coupons to General Mills and receive checks twice each school year. You can help raise needed education dollars when you do your regular shopping – it’s easy and free! Invite friends, family, and neighbors to help, too!

 

Shop– Purchase participating Box Tops products in-store. You may also shop online through the Box Tops web site and earn electronic Box Tops that are automatically credited to Country Club School.

 

Clip— Neatly trim Box Top coupons from purchased products, and send them to school in an envelope or zip top bag. NO expired Box Tops please – they will be discarded.

 

Volunteer– Looking for a way to lend a hand that fits your busy schedule? Helpers are needed periodically to bundle the collected Box Tops for shipment during the school year!

 

Thanks for choosing to make a difference for our students with Box Tops!

 

Country Club PTA Contact: 
Vesta Mistry
 

Country Club School's Top Free & Easy Fundraisers

Looking for “no cost” ways to support students at Country Club? Here are some great opportunities to earn education dollars. Friends, family members, and neighbors can help, too!

  1. “Boxtops for Education”: Neatly clip the specially marked “Boxtops” from your grocery items and send them to school. No expired Box Tops, please.
  2. Recycling of Printer Cartridges and Cellular Telephones: Bring old cell phones and spent printer and copy machine cartridges to the Country Club School office.
  3. eScrip: eScrip merchants contribute a percentage of your grocery loyalty card, credit card, and debit/ATM card purchases to Country Club Elementary School and Country Club’s Cougar Ed Fund. You must register your cards online and keep your information up-to-date. Visit http://www.escrip.com. Coordinator: Stephanie Nejib.
  4. Scrip/Gift Card Purchase Program: Country Club PTA offers gift cards for purchase throughout the school year to support classroom enrichment and 4th/5th grade field trips. Participating merchants donate a percentage of every sale back to the school. You pay face value of the gift card only. Coordinator: Debbie Morford
  5. GoodSearch Search Engine: GoodSearch is a Yahoo-sponsored search engine that donates about a penny per search to the charities users designate. Use GoodSearch just as you would any search engine and watch the donations add up! You may even make GoodSearch.com your computer’s home page. Visit http://www.goodsearch.com and enter “Country Club Elementary School” as the charity you want to support.
  6. GoodShop Online Shopping: http://www.GoodShop.comis an online shopping mall which donates up to 37% of each purchase to your favorite cause. Designate Country Club School as the organization you want to support with your purchases.
  7. Employer Donations or Matching Gifts: Does your employer have a charitable giving program? Many companies support education in their communities by making donations and/or matching employee contributions!
  8. Amazon Associates Program: Attention all Amazon.com shoppers! Use the link on the Country Club School web site to go to Amazon.com when you shop – a percentage of what you spend when shopping through our link will be donated to the Cougar Education Fund.
  9. Spreebird Daily Deals: Formerly known as “Screamin’ Daily Deals”, this service offers daily emails with special deals from local businesses at 50-90% discounts for members. Sign up at http://www.spreebird.com (choose Tri-Valley/East Bay area & select Country Club School/Cougar Ed Fund). Merchants donate a portion of each purchase back to the Cougar Ed Fund.

Have questions or need help? Please contact cefpresident@gmail.com.