Fundraising Opportunities

Online shopping at Amazon Smile

Did you know Walnut Grove can earn money when you shop at Amazon

Simply click an Amazon link on the PTA website before you begin shopping. Amazon will then donate a percentage of your purchase (average of 4–8%) to the Walnut Grove PTA.

This is a great — and easy — way to earn money for our school with no extra expenses for you! 

Note: If you click to another site and then back to Amazon, items in your shopping cart will no longer be linked to the Walnut Grove PTA. So please always click to Amazon through one of the links on the PTA website before you begin shopping.

https://smile.amazon.com/?ie=UTF8&ref_=pe_830720_136174660_smi_em_we2_ani_smi

Farmigo

Buy farm-fresh products from Farmigo, and help raise funds for Walnut Grove's 5th-grade field trips! 

Farmigo will deliver farm-fresh products to our school site. We believe that this partnership with Farmigo will provide a leadership opportunity for our 5th graders to coordinate and deliver the food, promote healthy living and food connections to our WG families, and help supplement the cost of planned 5th-grade field trips. 

We would really appreciate your help in getting this program started. This is how it works:

1.   Visit the Walnut Grove Farmigo website.  

2.   Order products online by Sunday night. 

3.   Your products will be delivered to school every Wednesday.

4.   Pick up produce in a designated area, or the 5th grade will deliver products (We are still working this part out) 

**  For your first order, Farmigo is offering a coupon for $10 off any $20+ order. Use this coupon code: SCHOOLSBACK


Box Tops for Education

http://www.boxtops4education.com/

The Box Tops program is a fun and easy way to support our school.

Did you know that each one of those little pink box tops is worth a dime? If every student collected 10 box tops a year, Walnut Grove would receive over $700 — not bad!

To participate in the Box Tops For Education program, simply clip and turn in Box Tops for Education logos from various household products, such as those made by General Mills, Hefty, Ziploc, Land O' Lakes, Hanes, and Horizon Organics.

Collect your box tops in a ziplock bag, and put the bag in the Box Tops collection box outside the Walnut Grove school office. Be sure to include the names of the student and the student's teacher.

Questions? Please contact Melissa Powers.