The Labels for Education program is a national school fund raising program designed with busy families in mind as an alternative to traditional fund raising. By saving and redeeming product UPCs and beverage/sauce caps from participating products, Gloucester County Christian School can earn FREE educational merchandise, such as computers, software, sports equipment, musical instruments, and library books. Parents and students can assist the school in benefiting from this program by saving UPCs and beverage/sauce caps from participating products and sending them to the school with their student each month. GCCS redeems the points collected for FREE Educational Merchandise.

The Labels for Education program will end January 2, 2018.

Gloucester County Christian School has been participating in the Labels for Education program for over 20 years. We collect labels and UPC’s from their products. In May, we turn them in to Campbell’s for points with which we purchase items for our school. In the past, we have gotten playground equipment, TV/VCR, books, cassette tapes, gym equipment, musical instruments, and an overhead projector from this program. Last year, because we collected over 26,000 labels/UPC’s we were able to order more playground equipment and also “banked” some points to be used along with what we earn this year.

Each month, the two classes that turn in the most labels/UPC’s win a reward. At the end of the program (in May), the two classes with the most labels/UPC’s overall enjoy a free pizza party.

For information on participating products, visit the Labels for Education site and view the complete list, including the reward levels based on the various types of product labels. If you would like to help, you can donate labels to the school program or to any individual class.

For questions regarding this program, please contact the school office using the contact page or speak with Mary Davis, Elementary Principal.