Donate to Holy Cross Parish School
Looking for a way to support our school from afar? Every little bit helps to make our Beacon shine brighter for our students and our Holy Cross parish community.
Boxtops for Education
Box Tops for Education is a program sponsored by General Mills. Families and friends of a school collect box tops that are clipped from hundreds of participating products and send them to school. Each one is worth 10¢ when our school redeems them from Box Tops for Education. For every ten box tops collected, the school earns one dollar. Last year Holy Cross School earned over $1500 from box tops. There are also ways to earn additional money by shopping online or supporting your school through the www.boxtops4education.com website.
Recycling Printer Cartridges and Cell Phones
Holy Cross recycles printer cartridges and cell phones. This fundraiser is FREE and simple because there’s nothing to sell, no paperwork to fill out and no deadline. The program runs year-round, accumulating constant income for our efforts. Anyone can donate your empty printer cartridges and used cell phones. We will recycle the cartridges and cell phones through Staples to help offset the cost of printer ink and computer or school supplies. At this point there is not a market for toner cartridges. We would gladly recycle your business’ printer cartridges too.
Barnes and Noble Book Fair
Barnes and Noble Book Store sponsors a book fair for the school. On the day of the book fair, our supporters attend planned events at the store, shop the store, and have fun supporting and celebrating our school. After choosing their items, they present their voucher with the school’s unique book fair number with their purchases. Supporters can also shop online the day of the book fair through five days after the in-store book fair. Again they enter the unique book fair number on the payment page to identify their purchase. Vouchers with the school’s unique number are sent home with the students and also published on the website. They are only good the day of the book fair.