Here are some easy ways to help Blessed Sacrament School. These ideas are fun, easy, and best of all, they really help!

BigY Education Express:
It's back! The BigY Education Express Program is back to help us raise funds for our school. Go to www.bigy.com/educationexpress to sign up and save money for yourself while raising money for Blessed Sacrament School.

Stop & Shop A+ BonusBucks:
Stop & Shop has a program called A+ BonusBucks. Each time a supporter shops at Stop & Shop and used their Stop & Shop Card, our school will earn points that we can use to purchase items for our school at the end of the school year. Please register at Stop & Shop.com - our Stop & Shop ID# is 05183. Please note that this is a yearly registration.

TARGET "Take Charge of Education":
TARGET is no longer supporting this program

Boxtops for Education:
Please save the BoxTops for Education symbols found on General Mills, Betty Crocker and Pillsbury products, just to name a few.  Please send them to school with your child as each homeroom has a collection envelope. These boxtops are collected by the school and can be redeemed for items that directly benefit the students of Blessed Sacrament School.  Also, please register to support Blessed Sacrament School at www.boxtops4education.com.  Enter daily contests that can win prizes for the school, do your online shopping thru the Marketplace which offers hundreds of vendors earning eboxtops (electronic box tops) and print grocery coupons.  It’s a win for all of us!

Campbell's Soup Labels:
Labels for Education is no longer supporting this program. Thank you for your support over the years. We were able to benefit greatly from this program.

Ink Jet Cartridges:
We no longer collect ink cartridges.

Ronald McDonald TABS Program:
BLESSED SACRAMENT SCHOOL GIVES BACK!!
Save your aluminum can "tabs"! The tab of an aluminum can generates revenue for The Ronald McDonald House. This is a clean, ecological and non-competitive wayfor us to give back to our community through service! So save those tabs and send them in to school with your child.

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