What is the eScrip Program?

posted May 15, 2015, 3:16 PM by San Jose Scottish Rite   [ updated May 15, 2015, 3:19 PM ]
Participating merchants contribute each time your families make a purchase using their grocery club or registered cards. There are no receipts to collect, no vouchers or certificates to buy, no hassles for you and every purchase counts.
How Does it Work?
FREE MONEY for the Scottish Rite Foundation. That’s right: it will cost you nothing and it is an easy way to earn money for our Clinic, Scholarship program, and the Library/Museum.  All you have to do is register your grocery and store club cards, and your debit/credit cards, and then use these when you shop and eat out. The foundation will receive a percentage of what you spend.  eScrip has created a system that rewards customer loyalty by contributing a percentage of purchases made by participating families to school, youth and children based programs.  Please encourage family and  friends to register their grocery club cards, and existing credit/debit cards. 
That’s it! There is absolutely no cost to you or to Scottish Rite. It’s easy. It’s unique. There is nothing special for you to buy. And, your privacy is protected – eScrip uses card numbers and purchase activity solely to process the contributions generated by the purchases.  The card numbers are kept confidential by eScrip and are disclosed only to the participating merchants to calculate rebates. The eScrip site is a VeriSign Secure Site. All information sent to this site is encrypted, protecting against disclosure to third parties. Check out the website at www.escrip.com.  
Simple Registration-So Register Today!  Log on to www.escrip.com and go to "sign up".  Designate our group to receive contributions.   Register your grocery club cards from a participating merchant and your debit, ATM and credit cards.   Our Group ID is # 500022206.  If you do not have access to the website please contact Susan Ramsey   Sign up sheets are available in the office.  Fill one out and return it to Susan Ramsey at Scottish Rite.