Dumont, NJ News

"Rip and Clip" Box Tops for Education Campaign benefits Dumont elementary schools

Claire Fazio, Emmanuele Triggiano, Sandy Fernandez
"Box Tops for Education" campaign
DUMONT, NJ - The "Rip and Clip" Box Top campaign of Vantage Health System's Northern Valley Adult Day Health Center is entering its third year in its collection of "Box Tops for Education".

This intergenerational project has been a huge success, already yielding thousands of box tops that have been donated to the four Dumont elementary schools. With the help of volunteer coordinator and Dumont resident Ruth Cangialosi, the members of Northern Valley are eager to continue participating in this meaningful activity, which benefits the children in the community.

On the evening of February 12, Director of Northern Valley Adult Day Center, Nancy Bortinger, and Activity Director Claire Fazio attended a Dumont Board of Education meeting, and presented a plaque representing this campaign to the members.

"Box Tops for Education" can be found on numerous General Mills products. A complete listing is available online at boxtops4education.com. Please support the future success of this project by sending box tops to Northern Valley Adult Day Center, 2 Park Avenue Dumont, NJ 07628.

Pictured above from left to right: Claire Fazio, Activity Director; Dumont Superintendent of Schools Emmanuele Triggiano; Dumont Board of Education President Sandy Fernandez