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Purchase Gift Card at Shop With Scrip
Purchasing retail or restaurant gift cards from CODI generates revenue.
Would you please help CODI raise money by shopping with gift cards?
Purchasing gift cards is powerful, "no-selling" fundraiser as each card purchased produces a rebate to CODI.
You, your family, and your business can support CODI simply by buying the same things you buy every day using Scrip (Gift Cards) purchased from CODI.
Every Gift Card dollar you purchase is yours to spend.
A $100 Gift Card costs $100, and you have $100 to spend.
CODI receives its donation through the Gift Card Company.
ShopRite, Acme, Walmart/Sam's Club, Macy's, Kohl's, Ross, TJ Maxx, Target, Boscov's, Sears, Applebee's, Olive Garden, Red Lobster, Rite Aid, CVS, and online retailers including Amazon.com, iTunes, and hundreds more.
Some cards cover multiple stores like Tanger Outlets in Atlantic City or a restaurant chain including several different restaurants.
Cards are good anywhere in the USA and come in various denominations -
$10, $25, $50, $100, and $250.
To Register at Shop With Scrip (link on the below)
Some cards are refillable and there is even a mobile phone app for Android and iPhones.
You can check each card’s balance by calling a toll-free number or online.
To order, simply choose the store, card denomination, and the number of Scrip/Gift Cards you wish to purchase.
For more information,
Then contact Donna Santos
please call Donna Santos phone (609) 965-6871
or email (Click this button)
Next, you mail a check to CODI, we place the order, and you can pick-up your cards within days. Your cards are ready to use when you receive them.
Think how much easier this will make your holiday and year-round gift-giving while at the same time supporting a great cause.
Proceeds from the sales of Scrip/Gift Cards are used to forward CODI’s mission of motivating, inspiring, and supporting individuals with disabilities and disadvantages to optimize potential and maximize independence.
Your support is greatly appreciated!
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