In only four years, the Outdoors program from the Versant High School raised more than $37,000 with FundScrip to travel to the Grand Canyon.
Aylmer Full Gospel Church raised $20,592.82 with their FundScrip campaign. Group administrators Sue Dekraker and Sue Spiering launched the program about seven years ago. Their focus is to get everyone at their church to buy gift cards for their groceries on a regular basis; since everyone has to buy food, it's really a win-win.
Pictou United Church in Pictou, Nova Scotia, raised more $21,875 for their church’s expenses. Read the article to see what group administrators Nancy Steele and Bev Simmons had to say about their experience.
Candlelighters Simcoe raised $1,212 in one order during last year’s holiday season! Located in Ontario, this organization supports families with a child diagnosed with cancer. Here is what group administrator Cheryl Gotthelf had to say about her experience.
Hockey fees are getting too expensive? Here’s what North River Minor Hockey Association in PEI did. In 2008, Trevor Lank decided to enroll the North River Hockey Association in FundScrip. He saw a way to help their families raise money to be directed towards their own hockey registration fees. Many families had multiple children playing hockey plus there always more expenses after the registration like tournaments, ice time and equipment. FundScrip seemed like a great way to help offset some of the costs.
Yet another FundScrip success story! Brazeau Gymnastics Club has raised $3,389.50 in just one order. Group administrator Jo Stuckenburg was very happy with the results: “We sold over $91,000 worth of gift cards. We were really pleased with it and we’re going to do another one in the fall. People like them for Christmas presents.” The group uses FundScrip donations to finance their activities like the Gymnast of the Month gala and gym fest in Edmonton.
Scouts from the 11th and 12th Cambridge Scout Group have raised $4,500 with FundScrip for all their adventures! Here is what Group Administrator Vanessa Chong had to say about her fundraiser.
Glenview Presbyterian Church has been serving North Toronto for over 90 years, dedicated to outreach in its community and around the world. Glenview has been participating in the FundScrip gift card program for 5 years, raising nearly $15,000 in donations.
The Social Science program at Cegep Beauce-Appalaches has raised more than $20,000 for educational trips. Even though this is their 15th trip, they only started using FundScrip in November 2013. "FundScrip has also become the most effective way to finance our trips, especially by doing it long term " said FundScrip group administrator Jonathan Roy Marois. These educational trips are organized in conjunction with the Integrative Seminar course which gives the students the opportunity to put into practice some of the social science methods that they’ve learned, with the goal of tackling various issues that exist at their destination.