Labels for Education: A New Way to Support Hope-Hill School


Hope-Hill Elementary now participates in the LABELS FOR EDUCATION program.  The school can redeem the coupons for merchandise to benefit the school, teachers and students. Priscilla Borders, Hope-Hill’s PTA President is encouraging all of the school’s community partners, like UUCA, to CLIP and GIVE to help the school Earn!

It is easy to spot Labels for Education coupons on numerous grocery and household products, such as Campbell’s, V8 Juice, Prego, Dannon, Pepperidge Farm, Glad, and Pop-Secret.  For a complete list of participating products, visit: or stop by the Hope-Hill table in the Social Hall on Sundays.

All you do is:

  • Purchase products that contain Labels for Education coupons;
  • Clip the coupons; and
  • Turn in your coupons at the Hope-Hill table. (Also, there is a collection box mounted on the Hope-Hill bulletin board across from Room 208.)

Labels for Ed Logo

Bonus Points.  Through January 31st, help earn 100 BONUS POINTS by collecting 5 UPCs from any Labels for Education participating brands.  We can earn 50 BONUS POINTS by collecting 5 UPCs from Pepperidge Farm products and 5 UPCs from any Campbell’s products.

This is an easy way for UUCA members, friends, and families to support the children and teachers at Hope-Hill.  Get your kids involved.  Ask them to help you spot Labels for Education products in the grocery store.  They can clip (with your help) the coupons and turn them in.  This is a great way to teach kids to be mindful of the needs of others and to encourage their spirit of helpfulness.  Won’t you and your family help?  Thanks for making a difference for Hope-Hill kids and teachers.

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