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Scrip is an opportunity for families, friends, parishioners and alumni to support St. Apollinaris Catholic School without having to spend extra money. Scrip is just another word for gift cards. We purchase a variety of gift cards from local and regional retailers at a discount and sell them to our school and parish community for full face value. It is a year round, win-win operation.
How can you participate?
Purchase Gift Cards through the school office. There are over 100 vendors to choose from. Safeway, Browns Valley Market, Walmart, Target and Shell to name just a few. We have Scrip for just about everything; Fuel, food, clothing, travel and home improvements. Download our Scrip Purchase Form to see the entire list of vendors!
The office is open for Scrip Sales Monday through Friday from 8:00 am - 3:30 pm throughout the school year except on school holidays. Summer hours are 9:00 am to 2:00 pm. Scrip is also sold at the school office on Sundays year round from 8:00 am - 12:00 noon. Cash or check only.
- Purchase Cards and eCards online through ShopWithScrip.com or download the RaiseRight mobile app: Seamlessly check out, access eGift cards and reloaded funds instantly, and get your gift cards delivered to your home by securely paying online with a bank account or credit card. **Contact the school for our Enrollment Code
- Add the Benefit Mobile app to your smartphone! You can buy, manage, and redeem your digital gift cards instantly. There are over 80 participating retailers like Target, Amazon, Apple, and 1-800- Flowers.com. Just search the app for our school. It’s super easy and super convenient for holiday shopping and everyday shopping! Who knew raising money for your school could be so easy!
- Register store cards, credit/debit cards, or buy digital gift cards with eScrip! Click here to learn more. St. Apollinaris Group ID: 137105831