Support FTME programs when you shop. You can earn for our school as much as 6% (and occasionally more) of your purchase price.
Start your shopping on Amazon.com using our special link and earn 6% of each purchase for the FTME – at no additional cost to you!
YOU MUST USE THE SPECIAL LINK, which also appears on the FTME home page. Bookmark it! The support is in addition to the Amazon Smile program (which normally provides a separate 0.5% donation if you sign up on the Amazon website).
Amazon Fundraising Tool for Chrome Users
Parent Brian Terry created a Chrome “extension” that automatically adds the correct “tags” to your purchases so TM earns the 6% in cash. Get it: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/auto-add-tmlink-tags/hhfgilnmnmdikklflodaigiimhmndnlo
Earn up to 4% by asking for “B” Caring Card at Bartell and then registering, at www.escrip.com/bcaringcard/
eScrip.com Mall (online retailers and service providers)
Various percentages of your purchases are donated back to Thurgood Marshall. Visit www.eScrip.com and register your email address. Usually requires online transactions, even if when a store has brick-and-mortar locations.
Office Depot and OfficeMax (online or at store)
When checking out online, use our “Give Back to Schools” ID number: 70107437. At a store, give the cashier that number or just ask him/her to look us up. TM will receive a merchandise credit worth 5% of the cost of your purchases.
PCC Scrip Cards (check for availability)
Purchase a $10 rechargeable scrip card from the FTME, and use it like a gift card when you shop at PCC, the cooperative food market with locations including Columbia City. PCC will send the FTME cash equal to 5% of your purchases with the card, for as long as you use that card (reloadable in amounts of $50 and up). Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to purchase; available at selected FTME events, too.
Not shopping? Support Thurgood Marshall students and staff by clicking the Donate Now button and using your credit card. All proceeds directly fund programs at TM. The Network for Good, which processes the donations, is a Better Business Bureau Wise Giving Alliance accredited charity.