Scrip is a program that allows your family to earn money just by making your regular household purchases. Instead of paying with cash or credit, you use prepaid gift cards from America’s favorite and most trusted retailers. When you purchase gift cards through Scrip, those retailers donate a percentage of your purchase, called a rebate. A portion of that rebate (usually 25%) goes to the PSO, while the remaining portion (usually 75%) goes toward your annual parent pledge, another family’s pledge, or an OCSA group of choice.
Many parents have earned between $450 and $1,100 toward their annual pledge, just by using Scrip for purchases they already make.
EXAMPLE OF BASIC MONTHLY REBATES FOR A FAMILY OF FOUR
(when Scrip is used for all purchases):
* Numbers were taken from www.finance.yahoo.com
** Based on 2 cars spending $3.69/gallon (11 gallon tank twice/week)
*** Based on an annual parent pledge amount of $4200 + $475 (Bridge the Gap) with 10 monthly installments