It’s simple and easy to do and the best part is that for each purchase you make through the Scrip Program, the School earns money to help offset the costs of operations.
What is Scrip?
Scrip is a fund-raising program where participating families may buy gift cards to the stores they usually frequent. Those stores then return a discount back to St. Ignatius School. Types of stores include grocery stores, gas stations, restaurants, retailers and electronics stores among many others.
Why is Scrip Important?
Scrip dollars help fund numerous programs and activities. Without funding from the Scrip Program, additional donations would be required to help support these programs and activities.
How does Scrip benefit St. Ignatius School?
The average family easily spends $500 a month at stores that participate in the Scrip Program. If just 75 families participate in the program, St. Ignatius School earns over $13,000. That’s money that goes to the school just for buying the same groceries and gas that you already purchase each month!
Three simple and easy ways to buy Scrip:
1. Sign up to have the same scrip order automatically delivered to you up to twice a month.
2. Place customized orders once a month for those special buying occasions.
3. Stop in the school office and choose from a select inventory of stores.