You've heard of Scrip or T.R.I.P.
and may be wondering....
What is it? Why would you want it? How do you use it?
Has anyone at your school heard of T.R.I.P.? This acronym stands for Tuition Reduction Incentive Program. This idea has been adopted by many private schools across the United States as a fund-raiser in the past decade. In 85 words, more or less, it works like this: Your school (or a supporting organization) purchases gift certificates (Scrip) from a broker or local business in bulk amounts at a discount, and then resells those certificates to your families at face value. While this fundraiser could be used to support music, athletics, or some other program at your school, most often, the 'profit' earned is used to reduce tuition costs for the individual families that purchased the certificates, while a small percentage is kept by the organization as a fee for running the program. It is the chance to 'reduce tuition' that piques interest and increases participation in a gift certificate fund raising program.
On this web site you can learn how to run a successful Scrip / T.R.I.P. fund raising program at your school. We would also like to introduce you to our software. Scrip (gift certificates) can be purchased and used by anyone, and your school and it's familes can benefit. Click on the links below to find out more.
You will want to learn more about our computer program that enables efficient operation of a gift certificate fundraiser at your school. It runs on Windows® 95/98/Me/NT/2000/Xp IBM-compatible systems. This computer program is in use at more than 250 schools across the United States. Don't forget to check out our list of satisfied customers.
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