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"Whoever has my commandments and observes them is the one who loves me.  And whoever loves me will be loved by my Father, and I will love him and reveal myself to him."

-John 14:21


 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