KBBA offers a variety of ways to help offset the cost of the band programs here at Kell. Depending on the individual fundraising programs proceeds may go to off-set the costs for an individual student, go to off-set the overall cost of the program, or be split between the two. Below is a list of various fundraising activities with a brief description.
Scrip is “substitute money” in the form of cash cards or certificates for specific merchants. These can be used to purchase products or services from participating merchants. A percentage of the purchase price goes to your student account.
100% of proceeds are used to off-set band dues for the student's account. Amount of benefit varies by participating retailer.
Order and pickup cards on the weekly Scrip night. Some cards and certificates can be ordered directly from the Scrip website.
Email the Scrip coordinator for details about Scrip card pickup.
Now you can support the Kell Bands by shopping at Amazon.com! When you make purchases through Amazon Smile, Amazon donates a portion of each purchase to the Kell Bands. You pay the same price for items, but now Kell Bands receives a benefit.
Click on Amazon Smile ()
Type in KBBA when it asks you what organization to support.
You still purchase all your items through Amazon like normal, but when you start with Amazon Smile (instead of just regular amazon.com) you can help Kell Bands! It's so easy!
The proceeds from this on-going fundraiser go to off-set the general costs of the band.
Kroger Community Rewards
It’s easy to earn money for the Band! All you have to do is shop at Kroger and swipe your Plus Card.
All proceeds go to the general band fund.
Link our Organization id (#50080) with your Kroger Plus Card at krogercommunityrewards.com.
When you use your loyality card at Publix stores, KBBA will receive a check (up to $250 per quarter).
All proceeds go to the general fund.
Present your Publix Partners card during check-out. Additional Partner cards can be obtained in the band room.
Donations support the Marching Band as they march a predetermined route through local neighborhoods