Your Groceries = Help for Missions

Extreme couponing is the latest craze to hit homes, grocery stores, and reality TV. But even if you’re not into clipping coupons, you can still save money and help raise funds for missions each time you head to the supermarket.

Do you eat cereal? Like a nice grilled chicken breast? Enjoy a soda or two a day? If you answered yes to any of these, then raising money for missions becomes as easy as shop, clip, and send.

Taylor Christian School in McAllen, Texas, has been using groceries as a fundraiser for years, and missionary Betsy Tarr is carrying on the tradition.

“This year our school will be participating in Labels for Education®, Box Tops for Education, Tyson Project A+™, My Coke Rewards for Schools, and Office Depot® 5% Back to Schools programs,” Betsy shared. “Through these programs, you can collect UPC codes, beverage caps, and box tops from participating products to earn points and money that can be redeemed for free educational merchandise, equipment, and other needs.”

Check out this article for details on how your groceries can be used to help missions on the Texas/Mexico border. 

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