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Lowes Foods’ Cart to Class program will give up to a quarter million dollars to schools in the Carolinas — here’s how.

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You can get your shopping done and support local schools at the same time via Lowes Foods’ Cart to Class program.

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If the phrase “back to school” makes you want to take a 12-hour nap, we hear you.

No worries if you’re not ready to shop for supplies, plan lunches, or return to the pick-up line just yet. Here’s a way you can start the school year on the right foot while getting your weekly groceries. Enter: Lowes Foods’ Cart to Class program.

Through Cart to Class, Lowes Foods will give up to a quarter million dollars to local schools this year.

How it works:

  • Enroll in the program online.
  • Select up to three participating schools — so if you have one child in elementary school, one in middle school, and one in high school, all three schools can reap the benefits.
  • When you shop, your selected schools will be automatically rewarded based on your purchases. Well done.

Learn more and sign up (for free)

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