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Program Questions
What is Campbell's Labels for Education™?
Who is Eligible to Participate?
Is your school in the province of Quebec?
How long has Campbell Company of Canada sponsored the Labels for Education™ Program in Canada?
Why does
Campbell Company of Canada sponsor the Labels for Education™ Program in Canada?
How is Labels for Education™ different from other fund raising programs?
Does the program add to the cost of Campbell's products?
Are all the flavour varieties of the participating products eligible for redemption?
Why is Campbell's® Labels for EducationT introducing a health and wellness element to the program?

Label Redemption Questions
What Campbell's products are eligible for redemption?
What kind of free merchandise can we receive?
How are the items in the Labels for Education catalogue selected?
Can we special order items that are not listed in the catalogue?
Can labels or proofs of purchase be redeemed for cash?
How can we store our huge stockpiles of labels?
Will families buy products they don't need or use in order to support the Program?

Participation Questions
How can we maximize our label collection?
Does Labels for Education™ encourage competition among students?
When should labels be collected?
How does Labels for Education™ encourage cooperation and team spirit?

Program Questions & Answers

What is Campbell's® Labels for Education™?
Click here to find out what Labels for Education™ is.
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Who is eligible to participate?
Click here to find out if your organization is eligible to participate.
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Is Your School In The Province of Quebec?
Regrettably, in order to comply with Quebec Education Act, Campbell's® discontinued the Labels for Education™ program in March of 2000. Under the Province of Quebec Education Act (Bill 180:94), contributions or donations to schools are not to be tied to the purchase of certain goods or services. Since the nature of our Program is to redeem labels from purchased Campbell's® products, it is therefore, not consistent with the guidelines of the Act.
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How long has Campbell's® sponsored the Labels for Education™ Program in Canada?
Since 1973, Labels for Education™ has been helping U.S. schools to enhance and expand the learning experience of students. Each year, tens of thousands of schools in the U.S. redeem hundreds of millions of labels for millions of dollars worth of FREE equipment. Since 1998, this program has been available in Canada!
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Why does Campbell's® Soup Company Ltd. sponsor the Labels for Education™ Program in Canada?
Campbell Company of Canada is sincerely concerned about the effect limited funding may have on the quality of education.
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How is Labels for Education™ different from other fund raising programs?
Labels for Education™ was created to provide an alternative to traditional fundraising. The Program is designed to operate without any door-to-door selling, product control, delivery problems or cash transactions. It's basically a simple label collection project that's easy to start and coordinate. There is no limit to the benefits that a school may gain through participation in the program.
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Does the program add to the cost of Campbell's® products?
No! If the Labels for Education™ program were eliminated, the retail prices of Campbell products would not be affected.
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Are all the flavour varieties of the participating products eligible for redemption?
Yes, however, please check the Eligible Products page to confirm the details (points, sizes, etc) of the participating products.
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Why is Campbell's® Labels for EducationT introducing a
health and wellness element to the program?

Campbell's® Labels for EducationT want to support health and wellness for children and adults through encouraging healthy, active living. By providing helpful tips on health and wellness for children, parents and teachers, as well as resources - we hope to inspire wellness for Canadians.
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Label Redemption Questions & Answers

What Campbell's® products are eligible for redemption?
Click here to find out!
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What kind of free merchandise can we receive?
Click here to see all available merchandise!
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How are the items in the Labels for Education™ catalogue selected?
We have selected resources which support the curriculum, choosing only suppliers of quality products. Each year we introduce new items based upon suggestions and recommendations from participants. With hundreds of items to choose from, there is sure to be something that will benefit your students.
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Can we special order items that are not listed in the catalogue?
Labels and proofs of purchase may be redeemed only for items listed in the catalogue. The large number of schools that participate each year make it impossible to accommodate individualized orders. We've tried to include items that appeal to the widest possible range of needs and preferences. Please send us your suggestions for next year.
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Can labels or proofs of purchase be redeemed for cash?
Neither labels nor proofs of purchase may be redeemed for cash. If we were to give you cash for your labels, their ultimate value in terms of equipment buying power would amount to far less than what labels are worth in Labels For Education™. The large volume of orders in Labels For Education™ provides important buying power with the suppliers.
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How can we store our huge stockpiles of labels?
Effective Sept. 1st, 2005, it is no longer necessary to ship your labels. However, you must retain your labels for 180 days after the label deposit submission form has been notarized and sent to the redemption centre. After the 180 day period, it is the responsibility of the school to re-cycle the labels. Click here for further details.
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Will families buy products they don't need or use in order to support the Program?
Absolutely not! Due to the wide selection of eligible products, the vast majority of labels and other proofs of purchase collected will come from homes where Campbell products are already used on a regular basis.
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Participation Questions & Answers

How can we maximize our label collection?
For some "tools and tips" to maximize the label collection in your school, click here! Also, try to establish a large collection network. By recruiting community groups, such as seniors groups, churches, and anyone else who has a connection to your school, you can increase label collection.
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Does Labels for Education™ encourage competition among students?
Competition among students can be made fun because there are vast numbers of Campbell product labels readily available for collection. The degree to which you encourage healthy competition is encouraged is entirely up to the school's administrators of the Program. You may "set the tone" of your collection drive to suit your school's culture.
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When should labels be collected?
Label collection should be encouraged year round to help your school achieve its collection goal.
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How does Labels for Education™ encourage cooperation and team spirit?
A successful collection drive calls for goal-oriented thinking, good organization and cooperation. Students can get involved at all levels of the collection drive. Besides collecting labels you can include students in sorting, counting and bundling labels. It's a terrific opportunity to learn the benefits of cooperation and team effort.
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