Woolies Earn & Learn promotion back for 2015

WOOLWORTHS Earn & Learn is back in 2015 giving schools and Early Learning Centres sporting equipment, science tools and books in exchange for points collected by shopping in a Woolworths supermarket.

Almost 60,000 books and science items and more than 17,000 pieces of sporting equipment were handed out in the last round to more than three million students. This helped to update much needed equipment in more than 14,000 school classrooms, libraries, gyms and science labs across the country.

More products will be added to the Woolworths Earn & Learn range this year with new sporting items such as racquets, swimming goggles and bats.

Woolworths Head of Sponsorship and Events, Karen Madden, said; "We're very excited that Earn & Learn is even bigger and better this year and we hope that even more communities across the country will support their local students. It's part of our ongoing commitment to help the next generation reach their full potential."

How to participate:

Anyone can get involved and show their support for their local primary and secondary school and Early Learning Centre by simply collecting Earn & Learn points at every Woolworths store.

From today until Tuesday 8th September 2015, every $10 spent in store or online will earn one Woolworths Earn & Learn Sticker which is collected on a Woolworths Earn & Learn Sticker Sheet.

Once the Sticker Sheet is completed, simply place it in the Collection Box at the local school or Woolworths store. The Woolworths Earn & Learn program co-ordinator at the school can then redeem points for the equipment they need most.

Customers can find out if their local school or early learning centre is participating by entering the school's postcode into the 'School registration' page at www.woolworths.com.au/earnandlearn.



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