CIBA SCRIP PROGRAM
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Scrip is a program that helps raise funds for local schools in our community. It is one of the most successful way of providing for supplies and programs necessary to the students.
The scrip program works by allowing schools to purchase gift
cards from participating CIBA businesses at a reduced rate.
Corvallis schools then profit by selling the cards at face
value to the community.
Corvallis schools receive 10% of the face value of each gift
card sold, consumers receive the full face value, while the
CIBA business member donates the 10% difference.
it costs you nothing extra!
Does It Work?
Scrip is a card approximately the same size as a credit
card. It is available in denominations
of $1, $5, and $10, and each will be a different bright and
easily seen color.
Scrip cards are sold by to 509J and private school scrip
at 90% of face value. School parent volunteers
then resell the cards to their school’s supporters at
full face value, and the schools keep the 10% difference.
Once purchased by school supporters, the Scrip is like money.
If it is lost or stolen before being used, CIBA cannot replace
it or reimburse purchasers.
with CIBA Scrip patronize a participating
business, they simply “pay” part or all of
their bill with the Scrip, which is honored at face value.
Some business participants do not return change if you
do not use the entire amount of the scrip value, but credit
you for further purchases at their business.
that is in good condition will be re-circulated.
If you have
any further questions about the CIBA Scrip program, contact
Colleen Druyd at the CIBA Business Office at 752-0047 or firstname.lastname@example.org.