How much cash can a school earn from Hanes4Education?
With Hanes4Education, schools can earn $0.10 for every eligible Hanes®, ComfortWash®, Alternative® and Champion® piece of apparel ordered from wholesalers for embellishment. For example, if you order 2,000 T-shirts, your designated school will receive a rebate check for $200.00. A maximum of $1,000 (10,000 pieces of apparel) can be earned per rebate request, and a single school may earn a maximum of $5,000 from the Hanes4Education® program per calendar year. Rebate requests in excess of this maximum will not carry over to the following calendar year.
What schools qualify for Hanes4Education?
Public and private schools (K-12) registered with the appropriate state agency are eligible to receive rebates from the Hanes4Education program.
Do products purchased in stores qualify?
The Hanes4Education® program only applies to Hanes®, ComfortWash®, Alternative® and Champion® shirts purchased in bulk for embellishment from wholesalers. Products purchased at retail stores do not qualify
What types of products qualify for the Hanes4Education® program?
Hanes®, ComfortWash®, Alternative® and Champion® printed T-shirts, polo shirts, sweatshirts, sweatpants and shorts purchased in bulk from wholesalers qualify for the Hanes4Education program.
I have two schools that I would like to support. Can they both earn a cash rebate from my purchase?
No. A single order may only be used once to support a rebate payment to a single school. Duplicate order submission is not allowed. However, you may have one order to benefit one school and another qualifying order to benefit a second school.
Are there limits to how much money I can earn for schools?
While each school can only earn up to $5,000 per calendar year, there are no limits on the amount a printer/PPD can earn in rebates to benefit schools through the program. If a school has reached its maximum of $5,000 per calendar year, you designate a different school. Of course, the maximum of $1,000 (10,000 printed shirts) per rebate submission still applies.