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    Did you know that your everyday shopping can earn money and free stuff for the students here at Marlow Elementary? Here are the ways your shopping really adds up for MES.
     
    box tops  Box Tops for Education - You can earn cash for our school by clipping Box Tops coupons from hundreds of participating products. Box Tops also offers easy ways to earn even more cash for our school online. A printable list of all of the eligible products is available. There is a picture list of the products as well. Box tops also allows you to earn credits with online shopping.
      
     
    Cartridges for Kids  Cartridges for Kids - This is a recycling program that pays schools CASH for cell phones, empty laser and inkjet cartridges, laptops, video games and consoles and more. Click here for a list of the items that you can recycle through this program.
     
      
    Grocery and Gas
    If you have cards to the following grocery stores you can link them to our school as well. Each picture and store name links you to additional information where to register your cards or learn more about the program.
     
    Hunt Brother's Pizza - If you purchase a "Hunt Brother's" Pizza from ONE STOP Convenience Store on Hwy 30 by South Effingham Middle School, clip the coupon from the pizza box. Every coupon we turn in will make the school $1.00. 
     
    Foodlion    Foodlion - Here you can link your MVP card to our school.
     
     Kroger - Go to Kroger's website and sign into your already created Kroger account. Once you find our school, select it and click "Save". You will start earning rewards for our school starting September 1st on qualifying purchases using your enrolled Kroger Plus Card.
     
    Publix
            Publix has issued our school a box of Marlow Elementary/Publix cards that can be used. Please see the front office or PTO representative for a card.
     
     
      
    Parkers
         Parker's - Here you can register your PumpPal Club Card with our school. For additional information on the program, click here to read more about it.
Last Modified on March 11, 2016