We want our parents to be involved in their student's educations in meaningful ways. These FREE and FAST fundraisers provide CCA with needed funds, without the pressure of having to sell cookie dough and gift wrap. It makes sense for you and CCA! You can support your favorite school - at no additional cost to you - all while you do your normal shopping.
HOW TO SIGN UP
Here are some details to enroll in each free fundraising program.
If you are an Amazon shopper, we hope you'll support us through AmazonSmile. By clicking this link and connecting your account to "Classical Christian Academy North Fort Myers, FL," Amazon will donate a percentage of your purchases to CCA, with no additional cost to you. AmazonSmile is also available in your Amazon app!
RaiseRight partnered with hundreds of popular brands and stores to offer rebates to support non-profit organizations – at no additional cost to you. When you buy a gift card on the RaiseRight website or app, you purchase gift cards at face value, and the vendors give a percentage of your purchase to CCA. It's an easy way to support our school. You'll need to set up a free account at www.raiseright.com and register using CCA's School ID: 5A75L1C28166. There are a few steps, so here are some detailed directions to help you out. (This organization was formerly called Shop With Scrip. The video below mentions that name, but it works the same!)
BOX TOPS FOR EDUCATION
Support CCA with the products you already buy. Just download the free Box Tops for Education app, choose Classical Christian Academy in North Fort Myers as the beneficiary, then scan and submit your receipts. Box Tops for Education sees your purchases and credits CCA. It's quick and easy. Learn more about the Box Tops for Education program here.
When you checkout, please give CCA's phone number: 239-543-1532. We receive rewards from each purchase. These often amount to gift certificates we can use to purchase supplies for our classrooms.
You can also turn in empty ink cartridges from printers and copy machines. We recycle them at Staples and get $1-$3 each.