Students of El Paso and Ysleta school districts now have the opportunity to turn milk labels into money for their schools through Sarah Farms’ new “Moo-La” program.
West El Paso’s Polk Elementary School unveiled and launched the partnership on Friday. It aims to boost funding for schools around the region.
“We’ve got great teachers giving their all to educate our children,” Patrick Byrne, General Manager of Sarah Farms, said. “This is our way of supporting both the teachers and their students.”
According to a news release, families can cut out the labels of any gallon or half-gallon Sarah Farms milk container and submit them to their schools.
For every label turned in, Sarah Farms will donate a dime to that school.
“Education is critical to the economic success of El Paso, and this contribution by Sarah Farms is an example of the business community investing in our students,” Mayor Dee Margo said. “We should all be proud of this philanthropic partnership and take this opportunity to support the Moo-la program.”
Schools that want to participate in the Moo-La program can contact Sarah Farms for more information.