Do you want to support a good cause? A cause that will help develop students into outstanding citizens within our community? There are many ways to help raise funds for Gateway Baptist Academy. Funds raised are used for the equipment and programs offered by Gateway Baptist Academy. We are also in the process of raising funds for land where a new school building will be constructed. Look at how you can be a part.
1. Participate in the “Box Tops for Education Program”. This program is more than simply collecting box tops- you can now also shop online and raise funds for GBA. Log on to www.boxtops4education.com for more information.
2. Participate in the “Labels for Education Program” by collecting your Campbell Soup labels and other related products. You can turn in your labels to the school office. For more information about this program, log on to www.labelsforeducation.com.
3. Shop at Albertson’s grocery store. As a part of their Community Partners program, Albertson’s will give a percentage of what you spend to GBA. You must have Community Partner Card. To receive a card, please click on this link.
4. Shop at Fry’s grocery store. With the Fry’s Community Rewards program the store offers, a percentage of what you spend will be designated to the school. To participate, go to this link, enroll for a V.I.P. rewards card and link our school to your card. And that’s it! Every time you use your V.I.P. card, it registers the purchases you make which helps raise funds for GBA.
5. Shop at Fresh & Easy and save your receipt. Here’s how the Shop for School program works. We can earn up to 5% of qualifying purchases without saving a receipt. Simply sign up for a Fresh & Easy Friends card and use it during each visit. No more saving receipts! For more information, go log on to the Fresh & Easy Shop for Schools website.
6. Business Donations. If you know of a local business that would like to donate goods or services to Gateway Baptist Academy, please let the school administrator know.
Other fundraising events happen throughout the year for specific activities such as the Fine Arts competition. senior trips, etc. It is our goal to not overburden families with the cost of these activities but rather teach the students to work their way into participating.