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Clorox rolls out receipt rewards program for school funding


OAKLAND, Calif. -- Clorox is appealing to consumers who want to donate to schools in need by launching an innovative receipt rewards program.

Just in time for back-to-school season, the Clorox Company has pledged to donate upo to $100,000 to schools in need through a new receipt validation program. All Clorox Company brands are included in the program, including Clorox, GLAD and Hidden Valley. 

"The process of going back to school can be overwhelming – particularly for teachers who often fund many of their classroom needs with their own money – which is why we are excited to team with The Clorox Company this year," said Charles Best, founder and CEO of "Through this partnership, we will be able to ensure teachers have what they need so they can focus on what matters: their students."

Through Clorox's new receipt validation program people across the country can help schools, just by shopping for back to school necessities. They earn rewards when they buy Clorox products. Then they can choose to donate rewards to or redeem for money back via Paypal.  For every $5 spent on participating products, shoppers will receive $1 that they can either redeem as a donation to or money off on future purchases. 

"We can all relate to the chaos of back-to-school preparations and we understand the desire to make sure our children and their teachers have everything they need for a successful start to the school year," said Stacy Stokes, Associate Brand Director, The Clorox Company. "That's why we are excited to partner with – so we can help make the back to school time easier for all of us with products that keep our home and classrooms clean and healthy."

In addition to the partnership, Clorox will host pop-up shops in communities in Chicago and Philadelphia. At each event, essential school supplies and products from Clorox, Glad and Hidden Valley Ranch will be distributed free of charge.

Clorox partnered with World Vision and Douglas Taylor Elementary to host a pop-up in Chicago on Sept. 7. World Vision U.S. Programs works to create environments where all children and youth are healthy and thriving, cared for and protected, and making a positive contribution to their communities.

In Philadelphia, Clorox partnered with the Andrew Hamilton School to host a pop-up on Aug. 20. 


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