The St. Louis Gift Card program is entering its 21st year of successful fundraising. The SCRIP program sold over $500,000 worth of gift cards last year and the total profit for the school and families of St. Louis was over $23,000.
What is SCRIP?
Scrip is Fundraising While You Shop®. Scrip turns everyday shopping into cash for your organization when families use retail gift cards to pay for everyday purchases (like gas and groceries) instead of the usual credit/debit card or other money. St. Louis School buys gift cards at a discount and resells them at face value, with no additional cost to you!
How can I use SCRIP?
How does St. Louis School make money?
Are there any other benefits?
What store can I purchase?
Are SCRIP gift cards for me to use
or are they gifts?
Can I use SCRIP cards to make online/phone
Register online at http://www.shopwithscrip.com with the St. Louis code (BC4969B5789). Search for hundreds of physical and electronic gift cards and purchase them with PrestoPay (debited from your bank account). You may also order cards online and pay by check.
Orders paid by check will be held until the check is received.
Send a completed SCRIP Order Form and a check made payable to St. Louis HSA in a hot pink envelope (please do not seal). If your order is sent by MONDAY morning, your cards will be sent in your child’s backpack on Thursday.
Purchase cards instantly in the school parking lot Monday – Friday 8:45 – 9:10 am. Just look for the car with the hot pink SCRIP. You may also get cards in the school office and after most Masses on Saturday or Sunday in the narthex.
You may now purchase SCRIP by placing a recurring order that will be deducted automatically from your FACTS account. The order can be processed once or twice a month, and the gift cards will be delivered the week the payment is processed. Think how great it would be to purchase grocery cards so that you always have one in your wallet for those trips to the store! Since the one thing we all buy is groceries – it is a great way to get your shopping done and support the school at the same time.
If you have any questions or for more information, contact Susan Dragonette at email@example.com.