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Amazon

Whenever you purchase items through our Amazon portal, the school will receive between 4-10% depending on the item type and the total amount purchased through this portal. Best of all, this is at no cost to our community, you pay the same exact price you would on Amazon–and Amazon contributes to our School. Click here to enter our amazon portal and fundraise for the school at no cost!

Box Tops

Cut out and bring all your boxtops to the school. There is a collection box at the front office. We will also have a box top drive during the school year. Last year we had a boys versus girls contest, this year–perhaps a contest by grade.

Shoparoo

This year we have partnered with Shoparoo to leverage their hassle-free approach to raising thousands of dollars for BASIS San Antonio. 7,000+ schools are already fundraising through Shoparoo and we see it as great opportunity for us to make a difference this year.

With the free Shoparoo app, all you have to do to raise money for our school is take pictures of your grocery receipts with your phone!  Shoparoo does not require any buying, selling, collecting, delivering, etcetera… and, it works no matter where you shop or what you buy!

Yes, it really is that easy.  Our school receives a donation for every grocery receipt picture taken through the free Shoparoo app. There is no limit to how much we can raise with Shoparoo, so please download the app and started taking pictures today. Also, each of our first 20 participants will earn a guaranteed $1 donation for their first receipt!

1. Download the free Shoparoo app from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store.

2. Once it’s downloaded, select our school as your cause and take pictures of receipts!

Valero

If you or your spouse is employed by Valero Energy, Valero will donate $250 per child to the school. All you have to do is fill out this simple form and following the directions.

Employee Donation Request Form

During the 2013-2014 school year, Valero generously donated $1750 to the school.