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Use Your Smith's Rewards Card to Help APS Students, Teachers

You can now designate the APS Education Foundation as the recipient of donations through Smith's Earn & Learn rewards program.

January 28, 2014

Smith’s Food & Drug Stores is a long-time APS partner, donating hundreds of thousands of dollars to our schools through its Earn & Learn rewards program.

If you already donate to one of the dozens of APS schools that already participate in the program, we thank you and ask for your continued support.

If not, we encourage you to support the APS Education Foundation which will use proceeds to benefit in-classroom academic programs throughout the district.

Here's how it works:

  1. Visit SmithsCommunityRewards.com
  2. Sign in to your online account or create one
  3. Find and select Albuquerque Public Schools (APS)
  4. Click Save.

You'll start earning rewards points for the Foundation right away on qualifying purchases made using your Smith's rewards card. Remember, you'll need to re-enroll every December.

The APS Education Foundation is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization established for promoting private support for the district and its students. In partnership with Albuquerque Public Schools, the Foundation promotes and garners financial and in-kind resources to provide students with the opportunity to succeed. It also mobilizes resources and develops community partnerships to support excellence in APS.

For more information: www.apseducationfoundation.org or 505-881-0841.

 

 

 

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