Funding Ministry
with Food Labels

Did you know that labels from canned Worthington and Loma Linda food products are redeemable for cash?

It’s true! Every label is worth 25 cents. That may not sound like much, but it adds up quickly. With just 16 of our churches participating over a recent 1-year period we raised approximately $2,400 that will help ensure refugee students receive a quality Christian education through Adventist schools in our conference. Imagine what we could do if all of our over 100 churches participated!

How you can help

1. Save your labels from Worthington and Loma Linda canned products.

2. Turn them in to the Labels Make Cents program leader at your church (for many churches, this is the Sabbath School Investment leader). If your church isn’t currently participating, please consider becoming a program leader (see step 3). Labels can also be turned in at the ABC for a discount on your next purchase.

3. Program leaders: Download your Conference Participation Form below and report your total label count by December 28 of each year.


Label counts received after December 28 will apply to following year’s total. Though churches may choose to support worthy projects of their own by working directly with Atlantic Natural Foods (a minimum label count of 400 applies—visit labelsmakecents.com for further details), we believe the greatest ministry impact can be made by working together, and we welcome your ongoing participation with us. Proceeds from any labels turned in to the conference will go to support the needs of refugees living in Iowa and Missouri, primarily providing tuition assistance to refugee students who would like to attend an Iowa-Missouri Conference school.