Here's what this evil and subversive program is all about:
Sure, this sounds all warm and fuzzy and nice, right? Oh, that's just what they want you think. The AFA tells it like it is:For more than 30 years, Labels for Education has been awarding free educational equipment to schools in exchange for proofs of purchase from the Campbell family of brands. It’s a fun, easy program where students, families and members of the community work together for a common goal.Today, over 80,000 schools and organizations are registered with Labels for Education, benefiting more than 42 million students. Over the years, we've been able to provide more than $100 million in merchandise to America's schools!
Many people aren't aware that when their school participates in Campbell's "Labels for Education" program they are supporting a company that has openly come out in support of homosexual marriage, and it has no intentions of stopping that support. "Labels for Education" provides equipment for schools in exchange for proofs of purchase from the family of Campbell's brands. Many of the schools that participate don't know that Campbell's supports the homosexual publication The Advocate with advertising. The Advocate is a leading promoter of same-sex marriage.So, the American "Family" Association wants parents and teachers to stop participating in a program that puts school supplies and educational equipment into the hands of their children, because the company that sponsors the program ran an ad that none of the kids will ever see and which will never affect them in any way. And is the AFA going to provide the supplies themselves to the schools that agree to drop the Campbell's program? Of course not. They don't care about depriving kids of learning opportunities (and, you know, depriving LGBT people and families of being-treated-like-human-beings opportunities) as long as it serves their "pro-family" agenda. It makes all kinds of sense, doesn't it?
...Check to see if your school participates in Campbell's "Labels for Education" program. If so, ask them to stop participating. These labels support a company that openly supports homosexual marriage.