Scrip Quick Links
- Newsletter Script 2017
- Scrip Order Form Sept 2017
- Scrip Tips
- Contact Scrip at email@example.com
- Escrip Sign-up
- Escrip Information
- Wednesday Envelope Scrip Description
- Wednesday Envelope Scrip Authorization
Script is sold on:
- Sunday 9:30 am – 10:45 am after mass.
- Tuesday 2:30 – 3:15 pm, in the parking lot.
- Wednesday 8:15 – 8:45 am in the parking lot.
- Friday 8:15 – 8:45 am in the parking lot.
SCRIP SELLERS NEEDED!
Sunday morning sales NEED you! We would love to be able to sell scrip every Sunday this summer, but we can’t sell without YOU! We need at least 2 sellers (preferably 3) to sell scrip every Sunday morning during the summer. Selling Scrip is a quick and easy way to earn volunteer hours, and if you are selling Scrip, you are more likely to purchase Scrip! If you are available to sell scrip on Sundays during the summer, please contact Dawn Burns at firstname.lastname@example.org.. Training will be provided.
When is Scrip Sold?
Scrip is only sold on Sunday mornings during the summer from 9:30 – 10:45 am (between the morning Masses). Look for our scrip sellers just inside Dalton Hall or in the breezeway. Scrip sales are dependent on the availability of Scrip sellers.
Payless Shoes has applied for bankruptcy, but as of this time they are still accepting gift cards. You may want to use any cards you have at home, or use them as soon as they are purchased. We do still have cards in stock.
Online Scrip Purchases
Don’t have your online ordering account set-up yet? What are you waiting for? You can order scrip while waiting in line at Starbucks or at your favorite restaurant. Order online with Reload Now and Scrip Now and you will have it at your fingertips. If you want to have easy access to scrip get a head start on your fundraising obligation, this is a great way to do it. Email your Scrip volunteers TODAY to get the log in information and get started!
How can I contact scrip?
- The Scrip Team is a group of parent volunteers. They can be contacted for help with all your scrip needs.
- The Scrip Team: