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West Sound Academy is registered with eScrip

Now your everyday shopping can support West Sound Academy. Joining the program is as easy as 1-2-3!

(1) You register your Safeway Club card, Bartell’s card or any one or all of your existing grocery loyalty, debit and credit cards for use in the program. Mastercard, Visa, American Express, and Discover Card are included in this group.

(2) Participating merchants make contributions to your chosen group, based on purchases made by you, just by using the cards you have registered.

• Shop at a participating merchant, using your registered card (for example, Safeway) or
• Dine at a participating restaurant, paying with your registered credit card.

(3) Shop at the escrip.com Online Mall

• Earn up to 16% from purchases at over 1,000 name brand merchants
• Shop from the same websites you know and trust
Pay exactly the same price as you normally would while supporting West Sound Academy

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Shop & support WSA!

 

(4) Your purchases are tracked and available to you online, allowing you to see just how much you are earning on your child's behalf!

If you’re already familiar with the program, you can register now. If you’d like to learn more about the eScrip program, you can visit the Program Welcome or take a Program Demo.

Here’s what one West Sound Academy parent has to say about the program:

"I have been registered with the eScrip program for three years.  Simply by shopping on Amazon and Sierra Trading Post on-line (using a registered credit card) and at Safeway (using a registered Safeway card), I have donated $90.00 this year.
Just think, if everyone connected with West Sound Academy registered their Safeway cards at the eScrip site, we’d  get loads of free money! As for on-line shopping, there are hundreds of stores connected with escrip.com.  So, if you do any shopping on the Internet, I encourage you to check out escrip.com first to see if you can benefit our school while you’re at it."