Area Schools Can Win Cash, Classroom Supplies

Avery Dennison holds the third edition of the Avery Give Back to Schools promotion.

[The following is an edited press release from Avery Dennison.]

Chatsworth, Northridge and Porter Ranch area schools, educators, parents, and community members have a chance to win thousands of dollars in cash and school supplies by participating in the Avery Give Back to Schools promotion.

Avery Dennison Office and Consumer Products recently announced the launch of the promotion and this marks the third year that the global office supply company has implemented the initiative.

The biggest difference this year—Avery Dennison is expanding the promotion to award 40 schools with much-needed school supplies and offering cash benefits through Avery’s partnership in the Box Tops for Education program.

Avery manufactures a large selection of school supplies such as binders, dividers, Sticky Notes, NoteTabs, Hi-Liter markers and glue sticks that may prove to be extremely valuable for schools across the country.

"We’re excited to expand the offerings of our Avery Give Back to Schools promotion to schools and communities across the country that have continually supported us, especially during times when school budgets are constrained and so many students and educators are in greater need," said Tim Bond, Group Vice President of Avery Dennison Office and Consumer Products.

Last year, votes poured in from across the United States and resulted in 30 schools being awarded with much-needed Avery branded school supplies. This year, Avery Dennison will award the top 30 schools with the most online votes, in a tier-based structure, and 10 randomly selected schools, based on a threshold of votes received.

The top five schools with the most online public votes will each receive $10,000 (retail value) worth of Avery office products and school supplies, 25,000 Box Tops (redeemable for $2,500 cash by participating schools) and $1,000 in gift cards to be split among the teachers for purchase of additional classroom supplies.

The school with the most votes overall will receive an in-school donation presentation. The next 25 schools with the most votes will each receive 10,000 Box Tops (redeemable for $1,000 cash by participating schools). Additionally, 10 randomly selected schools with 100 votes or more will each receive 5,000 Box Tops (redeemable for $500 cash by participating schools).

Communities, students, families and school supporters (ages 18 and older) can vote for their favorite K-8 school through September 14 by clicking here.


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