Woolworths ‘Earn and Learn’ is back
Similar to previous years, Woolworths shoppers can earn resources for schools and education centres by spending money with the supermarket.
How it works
For every $10 customers spend in store or online a sticker will be earnt. The program excludes liquor, tobacco and gift card purchases.
Shoppers should then place the stickers on a provided sticker sheet and once completed the sheet can be handed into the primary school, high school or early learning centre of the customer’s choice.
The schools and early learning centres can then exchange the stickers for a variety of resources including sporting balls, art supplies, maths supplies and more.
Woolworths is running the program now until the 8th September 2015.
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