Generations Growing in Faith

| Login

Although you have not seen him you love him; even though you do not see him now yet believe in him, you rejoice with an indescribable and glorious joy, as you attain the goal of your faith, the salvation of your souls.

-1 Peter 1:8-9


 Do you have a smart phone? 

If so, we need your help!  St. Dominic is now set up to receive money from a new program called Shoparoo.  Shoparoo is a hassle free way to raise money for our school.  All that you must do is:

·         Download the FREE Shoparoo App to your iPhone, iPad, or Android phone or tablet.

·         Designate St. Dominic to receive points for your purchases.

·         Using your smart phone or tablet, take a picture of your receipts.

o   Receipts MUST be for recent purchases – purchases made within 14 days of submitting.

Does any receipt count?

·         Receipts from ANY grocer, supercenter, club store, dollar store, drugstore, convenience mart, or pet supply store count – REGARDLESS of what you buy!

What receipts are not accepted?

·         Receipts from restaurants, apparel, home improvement, or gas- only purchases do not count.

What is the donation value of my receipts?

·         Less than $10 = 10 Roo points

·         $10-$50 = 20 Roo points

·         $50-$100 = 30 Roo points

·         $100+ = 40 Roo points

·         500 Roo points = $1 donation to St. Dominic

What about privacy?

·         No personal or contact information is shared.

·         Participants can choose to remain completely anonymous.

·         Users can cross out any items or information on receipts submitted.

Where does the donation money come from?

·         Major consumer goods companies pay us to turn the receipt data into anonymous market research reports.

·         Some brands may offer bonus points for buying a particular product during a specified month.

o   These bonus offers are in addition to the normal value of Roo points given for a particular receipt. 

Feel free to review the Shoparoo website, www.shoparoo.com , for further information; or call  Amy Walter, 347-0139, with questions