Current Fundraising Opportunities
Stay tuned for upcoming fundraising events. Thelma Mencik is available as a contact person for any volunteers. She can be reached at 619-267-5209.
eScrip is an easy way to earn money for Zamorano just by shopping or dining at local establishments. Hundreds of merchants will donate from 1% to 8% of your purchase amount to the school when you use your registered credit and/or debit card(s). Simply go to http://www.escrip.com/
to register your credit, debit, VONS Club, Macy's, and other cards and to access a list of participating merchants. Designate Zamorano by using the group ID # 190570. Use your registered card when making a qualifying purchase at a participating merchant, and the merchant will then make a contribution to the school. Last year, Zamorano
received over $400.00 from eScrip.
Box Tops for Education
Yes, it really is worth it to clip those boxtops! The Box Tops for Education program helps schools earn money by donating 10¢ for each submitted boxtop. Last year, Zamorano received over $400.00 from the program.
To participate, just clip Box Tops from hundreds of brands —including General Mills, Betty Crocker, Ziploc and many others—then drop them into the collection box in the school office.
You can also earn money by shopping at your favorite online stores through the Box Tops Marketplace or by getting a Box Tops Visa card. For more information, visit the Box Tops for Education website.
Cartridges for Kids®
A recycling program that pays schools for empty laser and inkjet cartridges, used cell phones, laptops, PDAs, and iPods. Learn more
Office Depot offers a 5% Back to School Program. Here's how it works:
- Buy qualifying student supplies at Office Depot
- Designate Zamorano to receive 5% of your qualifying purchase. Our school code is # number
- Office Depot will tally the qualifying purchases made during the program period
- Office Depot will award the school 5% of the qualifying purchases in credits the school can use for FREE SUPPLIES!
Previous Fundraising Efforts
The school participated in Project Backpack, collecting backpacks and stuffing them with gently used or new books, toys, and school supplies for the thousands of children left homeless by Hurricane Katrina. Learn more about Project Backpack