St. Luke’s SCRIP Program “Helping to fund our future”
What is SCRIP?
Scrip is a term that means “substitute money”. When you purchase scrip, you’re purchasing gift certificates and prepaid cards that are used just like cash. You can use scrip to purchase everyday expenses like food, clothing, and other essentials, and with every purchase, you earn revenue for St. Luke’s Parish.
How does SCRIP generate revenue?
St. Luke’s is able to purchase scrip from national stores, online and catalog stores, and local retailers. Because the SCRIP is purchased with cash up front, the participating retailers offer a substantial discount. St. Luke’s buys the scrip at a discount, and re-sells the certificates to families like yours for full face value. The discount - from two to fifteen percent or more - is our revenue.
What is ShopWithScrip.com?
ShopWithScrip.com is the online ordering system that St. Luke’s uses to gather your SCRIP orders. This online site offers convenience so that you can order SCRIP from any internet-connected computer at home, school, or office.
Who can use ShopWithScrip?
Any family can use ShopWithScrip - To place orders, create a free account at ShopWithScrip.com and identify yourself as a member of St. Luke’s SCRIP Program with the organization enrollment code.
How do I register with ShopWithScrip?
By registering, you are able to place your SCRIP order. Currently, all proceeds will help fund our Building Projects. You may also enroll in the Tuition Reimbursement Incentive Program to help reduce your future tuition payments for a child that will attend St. Luke’s School. To register with ShopWithScrip:
- Open your web browser, and go to www.shopwithscrip.com. To register a new account, go to the orange Member’s Login box on the right side, and click “Not a member? - Click Here”.
- Follow the simple registration instructions and accept the terms and conditions of using the site.
- The next screen you will see is called “join an organization”. Before you can place an order, you must join our organization by entering St. Luke's enrollment code. Please send an email to the SCRIP Coordinator for this enrollment code. By associating this code with your account, the ShopWithScrip system will associate your shopping activity with our parish.
How do I order Scrip?
To order scrip online:
- Navigate to the order page by clicking “Shop” at the top of any page on the SCRIP Website.
- ShopWithScrip has hundreds of different retail brands; the order page organizes products by category. Some categories may have several pages of selections. To find a product, jump to the appropriate section, or enter all or part of the retailer name in the search box. You can also download a complete list of all products as a handy reference.
- Select items and quantities on the worksheet, and press the “add to cart” button to add them to your shopping cart. Click the “check out” button when you have completed your selections. Review your order, and press the “Check Out” button to submit your order.
- Shopwithscip.com gives you two payment options:
- Presto-Pay (You must have already set up a Presto-Pay account which deducts your payment electronically from your checking account. For more information, see the Shopwithscrip.com home page.)
- Other Payment (submitting cash or check to the SCRIP Program before the order cut off time.
- When you click “Confirm Your Order”, you will see an “order confirmation page”. Print this order confirmation page, and submit it with your payment (if paying by check).
To order scrip in person:
- Download our order form and print.
- Complete the order form including selecting items and quantities on the order form.
- Bring your completed form and your cash or check payment to the SCRIP table after mass to place your order.
The SCRIP order form is also available at the SCRIP table.
When will I receive my order?
Orders placed before 5:00pm on the order cutoff date with payment submitted either by Presto-Pay, check, or cash will be ready after mass on the following weekend. Please see our Calendar for Order Cut off Dates.