Which Stores Offer Bonus Money for Your School?

Updated on September 28, 2015
K.C. asks from Irvine, CA
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I'm trying to compile a list of all the stores/companies/apps that offer bonus for schools. I'm referring to the programs where you can register your credit/rewards card and automatically get money donated to the school with each purchase. The only ones I know of now are:
Target Red Card
Amazon Smile
Communities for Cause (app)
Box Tops for Education

If anyone knows of any others, please post the info below. I know Ralph's (Kroger) used to, but they stopped the program this year. Thanks!

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So What Happened?

Erica T - Target is ending the program in mid-May. I was so sad to hear this, too!

Thanks for the tips. I told our PTA about the Coke Rewards so hopefully they will add that info to our website.

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answers from Rochester on

I've heard that Target will be ending their program, but I don't know if it is true. Too bad if they do. Our local schools earned over $11,000 last year.

You can collect Cambells soup labels (on lots of other products as well). Coke bottle caps have codes inside that can be redeemed for points. We have a local convenience store (Kwik Trip) give 5 cents per bottle cap from their store brand milk. I think their pizza boxes also have a redeemable label for schools. Those are the things our school does on an ongoing basis.

One time events:
Restaurants that donate a portion of their sales for one night. (Wendy's, Chipotle, Brueggers Bagels, a locally owned pizza place)
Barnes and Noble book fairs
We have a local toy store/teacher supply store that also will host fundraisers with a portion of sales from a weekend going to a school.
Our state has a Give to the Max day that schools can register for as well.

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answers from Norfolk on

All the local grocery stores.
Harris Teeter
Food Lion



answers from Portland on

I suggest the stores will vary from city to city.


answers from San Francisco on

Here in Northern CA, Raley's/Nob Hill/Bel Air stores do this. They even post in each store the neighborhood schools that receive the funds, and how much to date each school has received, so you see it every time you check out!

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