Join SCRIP Today!

EARN free money for the DA VINCI Senior Trip when you shop

Nugget Scrip Program – If you shop at Nugget Markets, pick up a Nuggett Scrip card at registration or Back to School night.  Visit to register your card and show it every time you check out.  Choose DA VINCI BOOSTER CLUB as your beneficiary. Showing your card at check out can earn our school up to 4% of your purchases, and it’s completely free to sign up.

eScrip Online –You can earn dollars for the senior trip by shopping at your favorite websites every day.  eScrip is a convenient and automatic way to fundraise for schools. You don’t need to pre-purchase paper certificates or gift cards before shopping. You simply register your credit cards and shop. EASY!

To sign up, go to and create an account today. Begin by signing up for Da Vinci Boosters. Many local restaurants participate in this program (De Vere’s, Lamppost Pizza, Sushi Unlimited, Bistro 33). If you enter your credit card numbers into the eScrip website, when you use one of those cards at a participating restaurant, you automatically earn money for the senior trip! You can aslo shop at some of your favorite stores using their Online Mall, at no extra cost to you!

Amazon Smile – Amazon donates 0.5% of the price of your eligible Amazon Smile purchases to DA VINCI Booster Club. If you use Amazon a lot, that adds up!  Simply go to and log in with your Amazon account information.  Type in the name of our school below and click Da Vinci Booster Club.  Bingo!  You are now can shop Amazon as usual.  If you’re going to Amazon, might as well help your school in the process! Just remember to bookmark the site so that the school receives credit for future purchases!

Save Mart  S.H.A.R.E.S – Pick up a Save Mart card at registration or at Back to School night. The card can be “swiped” at Save Mart each time you shop, and the proceeds can be sent to Da Vinci.

All SCRIP dollars earned by the Da Vinci Booster club goes into a fund for the senior trip. For example, last year SCRIP earned $5,000. $2,500 went to the class of 2017 fund and $1,250 to the class of 2018 and 2019 funds (approx. numbers).