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Earn money for your school or non-profit with Oliver's Markets Community Card Program

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Fundraising that's Easy and a Proven Success!

Oliver's Markets now supports eScrip, which allows you to help the non-profit organization of your choice every time you make a purchase.

Oliver's Community Card offers the best vehicle for simple, year-round fundraising. eScrip streamlines the whole fundraising process and puts everyone– the organization, the kids, their parents, and the community– in the winner’s circle.

Sign Up for the Oliver's Communtiy Card Now!

Oliver's Market with eScrip is proven to be a fantastic resource for fundraising where we contribute 3% of your  purchase to the school, group or organization of your choice.

Here's How it Works:

  • Visit any Oliver's store to get a card and sign-up form. Then register the Oliver's Community Card online for use in the program.
  • We will make contributions to your chosen group, based on purchases made by you, just by using the card you registered.
  • Your purchases are tracked and available to you online, allowing you to see just how much you are earning on your group's behalf!

Register Today!


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