Easy Way to Help Your School!

Our local schools are important!

If you are acquainted with any kids that are in school right now, you’ve probably been hearing about a few different ways you can help to support the school. Right? I know the school that my kids go to is always collecting labels and doing fundraisers.

Did you know there’s another simple way to support your school?

We can all help support local schools! I just recently learned about another super easy way for us to do that.

Here’s what you need to do:

  • Go to your local Walmart store.
  • Find your favorite Tyson® products.

  • Look for the Tyson Project A+™ label on the packaging. (More than 40 Tyson® products are participating!)

  • Place the Tyson® Chicken Nuggets, and/or other participating Tyson® products, in your cart and go buy it!

  • Clip and collect the Tyson Project A+™ labels, then give them to your school.

For every label submitted, the school gets $0.24 and the money can be used for whatever the school needs. Meanwhile, you get yummy and easy Tyson® chicken to feed the fam! Learn more about the Tyson Project A+™!

Tyson® Chicken Nuggets are:

  • 100% natural ingredients
  • All-white meat
  • Crispy on the outside, juicy on the inside

I love keeping high-quality chicken nuggets stashed away in the freezer for those times when I need a quick dinner that I know the kids will love. Those times tend to come up often with the busy back-to-school nights of late. 😉

I like to serve chicken nuggets with a variety of fun dipping sauces and fresh veggies. If we have leftover sauce packets from eating out, I use them up at home with these chicken nuggets! (Also great for weekend lunches!)

Now I am sure to look for the Tyson Project A+™ labels on the chicken nuggets I buy, so I can help earn cash for the school in addition to an easy dinner for my family! Win-win!

Plus, right now you can nominate your school to win $1000 in Tyson Project A+™ labels!

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Tyson. The opinions and text are all mine.