Prairie Catholic Fundraising Redemption Programs

Fundraising is a critical part of our efforts to keep tuition costs and increases to a minimum. Since you may already use products or purchase from these companies, there is no extra cost to you, but they help raise money for our school. Look below for programs that are in use at Prairie Catholic School.

Aluminum Can Recycling

About Our Aluminum Can Recycling Program

Prairie Catholic School has recycling bins located at both St. John's and St. Gabriel's. At St. John's it is in the Church parking lot behind the rectory, and at St. Gabriel's it is behind the school by the dumpsters. Thank you to all of those who help us raise money in this way!

Tyson Project A+

About Tyson Project A+™
Tyson Project A+™ is open only to accredited schools (preschool through grade 12) in the United States, including public, parochial and military schools (both in the continental U.S. and overseas).

In your grocer's freezer section, look for Tyson Products that display the Tyson Project Tyson Project A+™ logo A+™ logo. The label you save is easily identified by looking for the simple 1, 2, 3 program steps. Each label is worth 24¢ cash! Learn more about the program at

Campbell's Soup Labels

About Labels for Education™

For more than 30 years, Labels for Education™ has been awarding free educational equipment to schools in exchange for proofs of purchase from the Campbell family of brands. It's a fun, easy program where students, families and members of the community work together for a common goal. Simply save your labels and bring them to Prairie Catholic School!

Today, 75,000 schools and organizations are registered with Labels for Education™, benefiting more than 42 million students. Over the years, Campbell's has been able to provide more than $100 million in merchandise to America's schools! Go to website

Box Tops for Education

Box Tops for Education has helped America's schools earn over $175 million in just over 10 years. Learn more about how you can make a difference for your school with Box Tops.

Earn cash for your school through everyday activities: buying groceries, shopping online and making purchases with a credit card. All at no additional cost to you! Clip Box Tops from hundreds of participating brands. Earn up to 8% back for your school when you shop online and 1% every time you use your credit card. With your help and the dedication of your school's volunteer Box Tops Coordinator, your school can earn up to $60,000 through Box Tops each year. That's as much as $20,000 each from clipping Box Tops, shopping at the Box Tops MarketplaceSM and using the Box Tops Visa® card. Go to website

March 18, 2008

Over the past seven years Prairie Catholic Schools have been collecting Labels of Education. What are these labels, for those of you who don’t know? They are the little bright pink 10 cent labels you find on more than 250 products you use in your home every day.

As the coordinator for this program I would like everyone to know how each person can make a difference just by saving and turning these little labels into either school office. Prairie Catholic has received over $5,000 in free money over the past seven years. The labels are collected, trimmed, if not already done so and separated into little ziploc bags of 50 count labels and submitted once a year.

This year we received over 10,000 labels and the schools should be receiving a check for $1,066.00. This is such a simple way to raise free money for Prairie Catholic Schools.

Please click on Box tops for Education and you will find a copy of all the products that display this little 10 cent label. Please hang it on your refrigerator for easy access and continue saving these labels and help earn free money for our children's education at Prairie Catholic.

Parishioners not having children at either school can always drop them off at my home, 328 North Beaumont or either school office.

A special thank you to Mildred Prew for all of the hours she helps clipping and sorting these labels with me all year round.

Thank you to all the people who have been saving and trimming these labels over the years. I hope we can continue to see the reimbursement checks get bigger each year.


Rhonda Stubbe, Coordinator

Cash For Caps - Swiss Valley Milk Caps

About Cash for Caps

Simply save plastic Swiss Valley Farms' milk jug caps and bring them to your school. The school will collect them throughout the school year and send them to Swiss Valley Farms for payment.

Through it's Cash for Caps program, Swiss Valley Farms is donating 5 cents per cap collected to each participating school. The more caps the school turns in, the more money the school receives. The cash can be used in any way the school chooses.

The Swiss Valley Farms caps can be found on gallons and half gallons of Swiss Valley brand milk and orange juice. Ask for these products at your local retailer. We hope you'll get as many neighbors, church members, social clubs and family members involved as possible. Start collecting today! Go to website

Give 'Em Five - Kemp's Milk Caps

Kemps Milk Program

GIVE 'EM FIVE is a Kemps milk program where schools earn cash by redeeming Kemps specially stickered milk caps from plastic gallons and ½ gallons of Kemps white milk and skim chocolate milk, or with proof-of-purchase (P.O.P.) symbols from paper ½ gallons of white milk. The school earns $.05 for every cap submitted and may earn up to $10,000 cash per year. Look for the cow and the official GIVE 'EM FIVE sticker to start saving now!

Go to Kemps website and read more.

Kwik Trip - Milk Moola Tops

  Milk Moola is a program whereby we receive cash for every cap and bag top we collect from Kwik Trip products such as milk, orange juice, bottled water and Kwik Trip’s line of sports drinks and fruit drinks.  We will receive 5¢ for each cap and bag top we collect and turn in.  And unlike other programs, Milk Moola has no cash limits, so the potential for this program is unlimited.  But we need your help to make it successful!

The biggest thing you can do to help is to purchase those Kwik Trip products and save the caps and encourage friends, co-workers, and family members to do the same.  Start saving them at home, at work, anywhere you enjoy Kwik Trip beverages.  Simply drop-off or send to Prairie Catholic your caps and bag tops anytime and we can start benefiting from the cash right away.

If you would like to learn more about Milk Moola, you can visit the Milk Moola website at  There you will find the latest information about the program, frequently asked questions and the official rules and guidelines for Milk Moola.

So the next time you are in Kwik Trip and reach for something to drink, don't forget to save those caps! 

Old Cell Phones

According to statistics, the average American upgrades their cell phone about once every 18 months and that there are two to three unused cell phone lying dormant in most homes. These statistics can equal big profits for churches by implementing the cell phone recycling fundraising program.

Just about everyone has an older model cell phone that they no longer use that is collecting dust in a drawer. By donating these old cell phones, individuals can help their school raise money while putting that old phone to good use.

Bring your old phone to Prairie Catholic! At Prairie Catholic, we ship these old cell phones to an organization called Funding Factory. Visit this company at We get "points" for each cell phone and the Funding Factory "banks" them for us. We can then purchase certain things from their catalog for our school!

Used/Empty Printer Cartridges

Bring your old print cartridges to Prairie Catholic! Prairie Catholic takes these old cartridges to a company called Laser Products out of Holmen, WI. Visit this company (Laser Products) at When you bring these in they are taken directly to this company and we receive cash which goes to help out our school! Thank you to all who help us in this way!

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