Parents and caregivers listen up — you don’t have to collect those little cardboard cutouts from the products that take part in the Box Tops for Education fundraisers in many schools.
There’s now an app for that, the “Today” show reported.
The company made the announcement last month saying, “Modernizing Box Tops to fit the needs of today’s families brings the next generation of supporters and brands into the program, so we can stay true to our mission: to help schools get what they need.”
Eventually, the traditional box tops will become digital only and the clips will be honored until they expire, according to General Mills.
Instead of cutting out the tabs and sending them in to school with