Nominate Your School for Tyson Project A+! #WMTProjectAPlus

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

School has started, and with it, fundraising packets will soon be coming home. It seems like there are always needs that schools across the country are struggling to meet. Walmart and Tyson® have teamed up for the Tyson Project A+™, to help one lucky school receive $1,000 worth of Tyson Project A+™ labels, to help them get a head start on collecting labels for their school's fund!

What is Tyson Project A+™?

Tyson Project A+ is dedicated to helping schools raise money for things they need. By clipping and collecting labels on participating Tyson® chicken products, you can help your school meet its goals. Tyson® will give the school cash for each label turned in, which they can use to purchase anything they might need.

How To Help?

How can you help? Well, for starters, you can visit your local Walmart store and purchase your favorite Tyson® products, which help you create simple weeknight meals in a flash, like the 5-minute grilled chicken gyro recipe I shared last week, which I created with Tyson® Grilled and Ready® Chicken Breast Strips. Clip the label off the bag when you are done and take it to your school so they can add it to their collection.

Next, you can help by visiting the Tyson Project A+™ website, and nominating your school for a chance to win $1,000 worth of Tyson Project A+™ labels so they can get a head start on their collecting this year. The school with the most nominations will win, so be sure to visit, nominate and share, so that your family and friends can nominate your local school too!

I visited the Tyson Project A+™ website to nominate our local middle school, because they do not always have access to the funding of other schools in the area. Even though we are a homeschool family, I love to support our local schools whenever I have a chance.

Be sure to visit the Tyson Project A+™ site and nominate your school today!

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