Pop Tabs

 

Have you ever stopped to wonder about the significance of a pop tab? They were invented by Mr. Ermal Fraze, they measure an inch in length, and most importantly, they are a way of raising money for the Ronald McDonald House families and Tooth Truck patients.

You can make a difference in the lives of Ozarks children by simply pulling off the pop tabs from your empty soda cans and dropping them off at the Ronald McDonald House of the Ozarks at 949 East Primrose in Springfield, MO.

Pop tabs are recycled by RMHC to support the Ronald McDonald House “Family Fund” and the Ronald McDonald Care Mobile (Tooth Truck) “Patient Needs Fund”.  The Family Fund helps fill the individual needs of over 100 Ronald McDonald House families each year experiencing extenuating circumstances by providing funds for items such as prescriptions and transportation.  The “Patient Needs Fund” allows our staff to respond quickly to the individual needs of Tooth Truck patients with items such as shoes that fit and warm coats.

Pop tab donors include churches, school groups, McDonald’s Restaurants, Girl Scout and Boy Scout troops, businesses throughout the Ozarks, social/fraternal groups and many generous individuals of all ages.

Who knew something so small (and shiny) could do so much good?

Fun Pop Tab Facts

Common Measurement Equivalents

  • 
1 inch = 1 Pop Tab
  • 
1 foot = 12 Pop Tabs
  • 
1 meter = 40 Pop Tabs
  • 1 kilometer = 40,000 Pop Tabs
  • 1 mile = 63,360 Pop Tabs
  • 1,472 Pop Tabs = 1 pound
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The following trademarks used herein are owned by McDonald's Corporation and its affiliates: Ronald McDonald House Charities, Ronald McDonald House Charities Logo, RMHC, Ronald McDonald House, Ronald McDonald House Logo, Ronald McDonald Care Mobile, Ronald McDonald Care Mobile Logo, McDonald's. The Tooth Truck name and logo are owned by The Tooth Truck, Inc.