The NC State Grange offers a community service grant which can provide your Grange up to $5,000 in assistance for worthy projects that will benefit your community.
Labels for Education and Box Tops
Gateway Education Center, which opened in 1950, in Greensboro, North Carolina, serves students stricken with cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, muscular dystrophy, autism, and other children who are physically impaired or severely and profoundly handicapped from birth to age 21.
The NC State Grange has partnered with Gateway Education Center for more than 20 years to save Campbell’s Soup product labels in the Labels for Education program. The labels help the Gateway Education Center purchase much needed equipment for the school’s handicapped students, including: books, crayons, computers, CD players, DVD players, motor vehicles, music, science materials, sports equipment, videos
It was 2003 when the NC State Grange began saving General Mills Box Tops 4 Education to assist Gateway Education Center. Gateway can redeem the Box Top coupon on all participating General Mills brands just like the Campbell’s product labels to help purchase equipment and supplies.