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ShopWithScrip – The New and Most Useful Fundraising Program #ad

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Tired of the same wrapping paper, candles, cookie dough, or candy bar sales?  I know I am!  As the school year begins, I am dreading the start of fundraising season, especially with two kids in school now.  It seems that every child I know has the same campaigns every year, and to me, fundraising is such a daunting task.  I was so happy this year to come across ShopWithScrip, the largest gift card fundraising program in the USA. Seriously gift cards!!! AWESOME RIGHT??

ShopWithScrip is a fundraising program unlike any I have ever seen.  Instead of devoting your time going door to door to sell a product or ask for donations, with ShopWithScrip, you raise money very easily on All you do is have members purchase gift cards on  A rebate percentage of each gift card purchased (normally between 2 and 16 percent) goes directly to your organization.  There is every kind of gift card you can imagine.

Over the past two decades, ShopWithScrip has contributed over $570 million to over 30,000 organizations.  It is simple to get started!  Your organization has to sign up to become a ShopWithScrip customer, members purchase gift cards, and the money comes back to your organization!  You can even send invites directly from the website!


Your members and supporters can get their birthday and holiday shopping done while helping your organization.  I know all organizations can benefit from this simple fundraising program – schools, community programs, sports teams, churches and more!

For more information on fundraising for your children’s activities, school, sports or church programs, visit and follow ‘ShopWithScrip’ on Facebook. Start fundraising with gift cards, today!

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Does this sound like a Fundraiser that you can get behind??? I know I can, and it’s one that I would actually use.


Monday 25th of September 2017

This sounds like a great way to raise money, yet I'm sad to say that I've never heard of it!