Fundraising

Fundraising is one way to help raise money for our school and can be done with little effort. Please take a few minutes to check out a few easy ways, you too can help.

eScrip

With eScrip and the power of YOU, our school earns cash rewards when you do what you do anyways – shop! It’s free, it’s easy and it’s rewarding! Go to www.escrip.com to register today.

Please remember to renew your Safeway cards for eScrip. Annual renewal is required. Click here to renew and continue with the program. Or you can log on at www.escrip.com to renew your Safeway card.

Box Tops for Education

We are collecting Box Tops, once again. Support our school by turning in your Box Tops to the Seven Oak Middle School office. Learn more about Box Tops.

Labels for Education

From soup, cereal and snacks to dairy products, beverages and food storage – your kitchen’s probably full of eligible Labels for Education items. Get clipping and start earning free stuff for your school! See the Labels for Education participating product list.

Points for Profit

Points for Profit is networking on purpose – with a purpose – harnessing millions of dollars in sales and giving back tens of thousands of dollars to participating non-profit organizations in the community! In Points for Profit, local businesses do more business, local non-profit organizations do more good while building partnerships and sustaining individual communities!

It’s easy to get involved! Just start shopping at anyone of our business partners listed and start saving receipts. Turn those into your favorite, local non-profit listed and that is it!

Target Corporation

With the help of our REDcard™ holders, Target has donated $354 million to local K-12 schools since 1997 through Take Charge of Education (TCOE). The program lets guests designate one percent of their REDcard purchases to a K-12 school of their choice to fund whatever the school needs most. In 2012, more than 85,000 schools received a TCOE check, totaling more than $29 million in TCOE donations for the year. Click here for more information.