Shopping / Rewards

One of the easiest ways to support Haynes is through the shopping you’re already doing! If you shop online or at supermarkets, our school can earn money at no cost to you.

Box Tops Contest!

Posted on: October 2nd, 2016 by webmaster
Thank you to all who collect Box Tops for our March contest!
There are so many to count that we are still calculating the results!  Sorry for the delay, but the class winner of extra gym time will be announced after April vacation.

Stop & Shop A+ Rewards

Posted on: October 2nd, 2016 by webmaster

Thank you to all of you who have already linked your Stop & Shop card with Haynes to start receiving the A+ rewards. We currently have 91 cards linked with Haynes that will earn money back on purchases for our school! Great job! Let’s see if we can have over 100 cards linked in the next couple of weeks. Don’t forget to tell family members, friends and neighbors to link their cards to Haynes as well. You can follow the directions here or email Jennifer Burke with the name and card number and she will link it for you.

Online Shopping and Rewards Programs to Benefit Haynes

Posted on: September 19th, 2016 by webmaster

Textile Recycling Bin

Remember, when cleaning out your closets, redecorating, or updating your household linens, support HOP and the Haynes Community. Please drop your clean yet unneeded clothes,  footwear, accessories (hats, gloves), linens (sheets, blankets, washcloths) and stuffed animals in the bin located behind the school! HOP is given money based on per ton donated. The bin will remain outside the school, near the pick-up and drop-off line, all year long. You are welcome to continue dropping off textiles in the bin and donations will help bring in more $ for Haynes School!

Register for Stop and Shop A+ Rewards

Stop and Shop is giving away $2.5 million dollars this school year from October until March!  Help Haynes by getting your Stop and Shop rewards card now, and register by clicking here.  Our school code is 08425, and you DO need to re-register every school year.  Haynes received $900 last school year with 60 families participating.  Register your card now, and help Haynes raise even more!

Box Tops! 

The Box Tops program is an incredibly easy way to raise additional funds for our school.  Simply purchase products with Box Tops for Education® coupons on the packaging (there are literally thousands of products), clip the coupons, and send them in to school.  There are fun submission sheets that will be distributed monthly or just collect the coupons and drop them off in the mailbox located in the front lobby. Please also stay-tuned for some fun contests that will run through-out the school year.  The more Box Tops we collect, the more money we earn!

To receive e-mails with discounts to save on qualifying products, many of which you are probably purchasing already, register for the program newsletter here.

Amazon Smile

Use Amazon Smile for your online shopping needs! You can enroll in just 4 easy steps! Haynes receives 0.5% back of the price of your eligible purchases! Tell your family and friends to register as well to earn free $$ for Haynes!

Step 1 – Visit AmazonSmile

Step 2 – Use your normal Amazon log-in

Step 3 – Choose Haynes Organization of Parents as your charitable organization

Step 4 – Start shopping! You can bookmark the page so every time you shop Amazon you will be supporting Haynes!

Shutterfly & Tiny Prints

For those of you starting to order your holiday cards, if you shop Shutterfly through the Haynes Storefront,  you can use one of the promo codes listed here.  Each code is good for $10 off a $50 purchase, through 12/31/16.

Please note, you must click through the Haynes storefront so that each order will be tracked and Haynes will receive full credit.

When everyone participates in these programs, the small amounts combine to make a significant difference for our school.   Last year alone, the Haynes Community has raised over $3,000 through these programs.   The money raised directly impacts the educational experience of our students by funding programs like grade level festivals, the craft centers, and teacher wish lists.

For any questions  about any of the programs mentioned above, please contact Jennifer Burke.