Throughout the year, we have various “no additional money” fundraisers from on-line merchants as well as generous  Acton area merchants that help support our PTSO. The Donelan’s Supermarket Register Tapes for Education Program is ongoing until the Spring. The On-line Merchants are continously.

Start Collecting Your Donelan’s Supermarket Receipts!

When you buy groceries at Donelan’s Supermarket, you’re doing more than just feeding your family. Through the Register Tapes for Education Program, all Donelan’s Supermarket receipts dated September 1, 2013 through March 31, 2014 can be turned into free educational equipment for McCarthy-Towne, including art supplies and books. Please save your receipts every time you shop at Donelan’s Supermarket!  Simply send the receipts in with your child or drop them in the collection box in the McT office.

Remember… The more you spend, the more we earn!   Thank you for your support!  If you have any questions, please contact Kate Hoitt.

While Away, Help McT When You Play! This summer, while your family is far away from McT, you can still help our school. Just shop on-line at your favorite stores via and a percentage of your total purchases will be donated by those merchants to McCarthy-Towne. Here’s a truly easy win-win for everyone. McT gets much-needed donations but you don’t spend any additional money. And, if you bought Scrip cards at the end of the year, you can use many of them when you pay for your purchases through OneCause. This is like giving the school two free donations!e OneCause includes special coupons and discounts on their site for many of their partner stores. If you install their tool bar on your browser, you don’t even need to log into their site when you shop with one of their hundreds of merchants—the contributions go through automatically.Whether you’re buying beach towels now, or thinking about back to school clothes at the end of August, shop at and give McCarthy-Towne your donations the easy (and FREE) way. Thanks for your support!

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