Scrip is basically free money for the synagogue. You are raising funds for CABI while you don’t spend one additional penny. It doesn’t cost you a thing—and CABI and its many programs benefit.
Here’s how it works. You purchase Scrip from the synagogue for the businesses you already frequent. You get a gift card for the amount you paid—you carry your card with you to those particular businesses. You decide to buy items; you pay with the Scrip gift card and the amount is deducted from the total amount of credit you have on that card; you are free to use the rest of the amount left at a future time.
So how does CABI make money? When the card is purchased, each business rebates a percentage of the face value of that card back to the synagogue. The percentages range from 1½ to 18 percent. Merchants make money because you are shopping in their store.
How do you buy Scrip? You can print or save the order form further down on this page. (You’ll need Adobe Reader to open this) You can fill out the form and mail it to me along with your check made payable to CABI; within a few days you’ll have your Scrip.
This is one of the easiest ways to do mitzvot on an ongoing basis. A lot of money is raised for CABI programs in this way. Please join us by purchasing Scrip.
You’ll find all the details you need to place your order on the form.