DevelopmentRewards Programs


Each year, Community Coffee sponsors its Cash for Schools contest.  The contest runs from the start of school through January 31st. Schools earn money by collecting UPC labels from Community® brand products, including coffee and tea products. Schools allocate the money earned toward initiatives and projects such as new computers, textbooks, equipment, whiteboards, and other educational necessities. The program is open to local public and private schools from Pre-K through 12th grade.

To ignite participation, SAS holds a grade-level UPC collection contest beginning with the first day of school.  All Community Coffee UPCs should be submitted in an envelope or ziploc bag labeled with the student's grade that should receive credit.

Third grade won last year's grade-level UPC collection contest by collecting 8,059 UPCs! They were treated to Smoothie King smoothies and a drawing of prizes donated by local businesses.  With almost 800 schools participating last year, St. Aloysius School placed SECOND in the nationwide contest and was presented a check in the amount of $3,278.40!    



We collect BoxTops for Education labels and Campbell’s Labels for Education


We do not have a grade-level contest for these items, but we will strive to collect over 50,000 BoxTops labels this year.  Last year, SAS earned $3,379.30 through BoxTops for Education which offset costs for Youth Legislature participation, math tournament fees, and professional development conferences.  We earn points rather than money through the Campbell’s program.  With our points , we have ordered items such as interactive parachutes, sets of Lemon Twists, and playground balls for the P.E. department. 




When you shop online, over the phone or at your neighborhood Office Depot store, please request for your purchase to be applied to St. Aloysius School.  5% of your purchase will be directed to our school which allows us to purchase paper, folders, ink, and office supplies.


What easy ways to earn money for St. Aloysius School! Thanks for your support.  If you have any questions, please contact Tiffany Meek in the Development Office.  For specific information about the programs, visit their websites: