Reminders

Box Tops for Education

 Erie Day School’s Parent Group is participating in Box Tops for Education this year. You can help earn $.10 per box top by clipping Box Tops logos from hundreds of participating products (go online to www.btfe.com for a complete list of items). All you need to do is clip, paste them on a collection sheet (download from www.btfe.com) or package them in an envelope/Ziploc bag with your name, and return the sheets to your child’s teacher or to the Parent Group mailbox in the EDS office in the fall and spring (dates are announced in the weekly EDS newsletter, Happenings).

GoodSearch.com

Erie Day School has partnered with GoodSearch.com, a company that helps non-profit organizations like EDS raise funds through the everyday actions of our supporters. There are several ways you can help: use www.GoodSearch.com when you search the internet – they will donate a penny to us every time you do; use www.GoodShop.comwhen you shop online – they work with more than 2,500 major brands, have over 100,000 coupons and donate a percentage of every purchase you make to us; or enroll in www.GoodDining.com- they will donate up to 6% of every dollar you spend when you eat at one of 10,000 participating restaurants. Please join our community on GoodSearch.com and help us raise money for our mission. Get started by clicking the “Become a Supporter” button on our profile page at http://">www.goodsearch.com/nonprofit/erie-day-school.aspx!... www.goodsearch.com/nonprofit/erie-day-scho...

Shoparoo

Shoparoo - Buy the products you want, wherever and however you want. Then, just snap a pic of your receipt to make an instant donation to Erie Day School. Shoparoo is a free iPhone and Android app that turns pictures of your shopping receipts into donations to Erie Day School. It's quick, easy, and convenient – shop anywhere you want, buy whatever you normally buy. Just take a quick moment to snap a quick picture of your receipt and voila, you've made an instant cash donation to EDS. That's it – no clipping, collecting, following up, mailing or guilt for asking someone to buy something they don't want.