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Fundraisers at Emanuel

Fundraising Opportunities

 

Emanuel appreciates all you do to help support our school.  Without these programs and events, we wouldn't be able to offer the quality programs that make Emanuel a special place.


Scrip

The Scrip Fundraising Program, administered by Emanuel's PTL, allows you to purchase certificates at Emanuel to be used at area merchants. Emanuel receives a percentage of the amount spent through these certificates. Call the school office (952/467-2780) for more information.

Amazon Smile

If you shop on Amazon, you can help Emanuel as well.  If you go to www.smile.amazon.com you can sign up to support Emanuel Lutheran School.  The shopping experience is the same as a typical visit to Amazon, but we receive a percentage of your purchase.  If you have questions, please talk to Mr. Bentz.  

Silent Auction

A silent auction is held in the spring at the school and activity center. Contributions are received from area businesses, school families, church organizations, and church members. The auction has become the major fundraising program for the PTL.

Office Depot Program

New to our extensive list of fund raising activities is a 5% credit to our school on all of your purchases at Office Depot. The next time you buy something at Office Depot just give them our school ID# and our school receives a 5% credit which we can use to purchase needed supplies. Write this number down and keep it with you.  70053998
Box Tops for Education

General Mills Box Tops for Education

This is a nationwide fundraising program that helps K-8 schools earn extra cash for items that are not covered by school budgets.

Printer cartridges and cell phones

Save your used printer cartridges and old cell phones and drop them off at the school office. They will be turned into cash or products from the Funding Factory Recycling Program.

Aluminum can recycling

You may put aluminum cans in the container on the south side of the parking lot. In the past, money from these cans paid for new playground equipment.