Scrip is a term that means, “substitute money.” When parish members purchase Scrip, they’re purchasing negotiable gift certificates that are used just like cash. National and local retailers issue the Scrip where many of you already shop. You can use Scrip to purchase everyday expenses like food, clothing, and other essentials, and with every purchase, you earn revenue for St. Boniface. In addition to helping the parish, a portion of the revenues can be applied to school and faith formation tuition. You can assign your profits to your own family or to another family.
Orders can be submitted online by noon on Sundays. Orders are available for pickup on Thursday afternoons in the Parish Center between 2-2:30 p.m. or after each week-end mass in the Seminarian Room. Scrip gift cards are also great for gifts and the holidays. This program requires a lot of volunteers so if you would like to help or need more information about the program stop by the Scrip area after masses or contact the Scrip Coordinator, email@example.com.
Monthly orders can be placed on-line or dropped off at the school office using the Market Day paper order form. Orders can be pickup in the Parish Center on the designated Friday afternoons.
Target will donate 1% of your REDCard purchases at Target and Target.com to your favorite K-12 school. As of August 2010 St. Boniface has 48 people signed up for this program. Over the life of this program Target has donated over $11,000 to St. Boniface. If you would like to donate to St. Boniface everytime you shop at Target, go to www.target.com or stop at any Target service desk for more information.
This sale is held several times throughout the year and involves resale of gently used school uniforms. All sizes are available and in good condition. Appointments can also be made for purchases. Please contact the school office at 262-628-1955 if you are interested in purchasing the apparel or if you would like to volunteer.