$CRIP

 

$crip is:  

$imple to use

Convenient to purchase

Revenue for our Parish & School

Investment in our Parish

Pays to participate

$CRIP Order Form

Shop with Scrip – On Line Ordering

$CRIP Sales Schedule August-October 2017

what is $crip?

$CRIP is a dollar for dollar gift certificate program that produces revenue for our Parish & School. The Parish generates income by buying grocery, department and specialty store gift certificates at a discount. The discounts are negotiated by The National $CRIP Center (and our local Green Bay area $CRIP program).

faqs about $crip

How does $CRIP work?

You purchase $CRIP gift certificates in the amount you need and redeem them at the retail establishment for face value. Basically, instead of writing a check at the grocery store, department store, or gas station, you write a check to Resurrection. The Parish receives an average of 4 cents for every $1 you spend.

Last year, the $CRIP program generated just over $30,000 for our Parish & School!!!

Where and when can I purchase $CRIP?

$CRIP is sold after most weekend masses at the $CRIP table in the Gathering Area. The most popular gift certificates are “in stock”; you can purchase these and take them immediately.

 Can I order $CRIP?

There are many more retailers available on-line. You can also receive your Scrip immediately if you order ‘Scrip Now’ certificates and pay with them using Presto Pay (much like PayPal). You can order and/or pay online line at Shop with Scrip. It is EASY!

A .pdfof a scrip order forms is available on the top mentioned link – $crip Order Form.  The form can be filled out and  dropped off in the Parish office by 9:00 AM Monday. Phone in (920-336-7768) or fax (920-336-1949) orders are also accepted. Your order will be available on Thursday for pick up in the parish office or it will be ready for you to pick up after Mass the following weekend.

How can I help?

We are currently looking for volunteers to sell $CRIP after the weekend masses. The commitment is only once every 3 months and training will be provided. If you are interested in helping out or would like more information, please contact Kathy Dax at 621-9812.