Avalon School Head of Development Ellen Clifford announced Monday the return of Black Knight Bucks to raise money for the school.
Also known as the Scrip program, Black Knight Bucks allow families to support Avalon at no extra cost of their own through buying fundraising cards to specific retailers on a dollar-for-dollar basis.
“Whether you are buying groceries, filing up the tank of your car, remodeling your kitchen, or making Thanksgiving and Christmas gift purchases, there is a store for you,” said Clifford.
Once items are purchased Avalon will receive a percentage of the sale price from Scrip.
Avalon School projections show up to $30,000 per year could be earned if families participate in the Scrip program.
Additionally, 50% of each family’s annual Scrip earnings will be applied as a tuition rebate for the following school year, according to Avalon’s official website.
Last week, Avalon families received a Scrip packet with a list of all participating retailers and directions for you on how you can order your Scrip.