Scrip cards are an easy, efficient and FREE way to help raise money for CCE. Your day-to-day shopping (both online and in stores) can make money for our school! If you are registered with one of the Scrip programs below, each time you make a purchase, a percentage of the sale is donated to the school. CCE participates in the following Scrip programs:

  • Amazon Smile: Amazon Smile is the same Amazon you know and love, except that 0.5% of the sales are donated to CCE SIPAT. Register at and select Cesar Chavez Elementary SIPAT as your charity to transform your regular Amazon shopping into donations for our school.
  • Nugget Market: Pick up a Nugget Scrip card in the school office, if you didn’t pick one up at the paper parade. Then go to, select CCE/SIPAT as your beneficiary and enter the information from the Nugget scrip card. Every time you buy groceries at Nugget, simply swipe your card and a percentage of your purchase will be donated to Chavez. No reenrollment is needed if you signed up last year.
  • SaveMart SHARES Card: Pick up a SHARES card, available in the school office. These are already pre-assigned to Chavez. Every time you purchase groceries at Save Mart, simply swipe your card and 3% of your purchase will be donated back to Chavez.
  • Safeway through eScrip: Pick up a Safeway Club card and register it at  Our Group ID number is 137121981. A percentage of your purchase is donated to CCE for all cash and debit card purchases.  Remember to renew your eScrip every year, before the end of August.
  • Target Red Card (Visa or Debit): Every time you use your Target Red card (visa or debit card), you receive 5% off your purchase at Target, and our school will receive 1%. Apply for a Red card and then go to and enroll in the Take Charge of Education program. Our school number is 30670.
  • E-Scrip: Sierra Trading Post, Food4Less and Big O Tires are just three of the many merchants who participate in E-scrip. Visit and select Cesar Chavez SIPAT (Group ID 137121981) to join, and your purchases from these merchants earn money for our school.

Questions about the Scrip program? Please contact Bronwyn Lea at