Scrip Cards

Scrip Cards

DO YOU GROCERY SHOP?
Shop and benefit NCJW!

Scrip is a great way to donate to our section and never miss a dime. If you shop at Kroger, Hiller’s, Holiday Market, or Johnny Pomodoro’s, you can participate. Every time you buy groceries with Scrip, up to 5% of your purchase will be donated to NCJW/Greater Detroit. You don’t pay any more for your groceries, but our section makes money with every purchase you make. If you spend $100 a week on groceries, at the end of a year, you may have contributed $260 to GDS. If 100 of our 1600 members did that, GDS could receive up to $26,000 in one year. Amazing!

  • KROGER: See our member Bulletin or Dates2Remember newsletter for details, or call the NCJW/Greater Detroit office at 248-355-3300, ext. 0 for more information. DON’T FORGET TO RE-ENROLL, annually in April.
  • HILLER’S: Pick up a gift card at the NCJW office, add dollars onto the card at Hiller’s service desk, and use when paying for your groceries.
  • HOLIDAY MARKET: Pick up a scrip gift card at Holiday Market’s customer service desk and inform them you are using it for NCJW/Greater Detroit.
  • JOHNNY POMODORO’S: Sign up at their Customer Service Desk for a Loyalty Card and designate NCJW. NCJW will receive 5% of purchases made on Wednesdays and Thursdays.

Thank you in advance for shopping and benefitting NCJW/Greater Detroit. Your purchases help to support our many community service projects.

Call (248) 355-3300 ext.0 if you need more information

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    The National Council of Jewish Women, (NCJW) is a grassroots organization of volunteers and advocates who turn progressive ideals into action.

    Inspired by Jewish values, NCJW strives for social justice by improving the quality of life for women, children, families, and by safeguarding individual rights and freedoms.

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    The National Council of Jewish Women, Greater Detroit Section has a long proud history of serving the Detroit metropolitan area, promoting friendly and mutual helpfulness among women, families and children.

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