Support our school

Opportunities to Support Santa Teresa Elementary

You can easily donate directly to STHSA:

We are now accepting PayPal Donations! You can donate using your credit card or checking account directly to the STHSA. STHSA will receive 100% of your tax deductible donation and the money goes straight to the kids.


Interested in doing a Service Project for the school?

Start by reading a Girl Scout Guide to Improve School Property . In this guide a Girl Scout troop will tell you how to get community service done properly.

Box Tops for Education

Please participate in this fundraising effort that does not cost anything extra. You may find that many of your current regular purchases have the Box Tops logo on it. Products from companies like Huggies, Betty Crocker, Cottenelle, General Mills Cereals (like Cheerios and Cookie Crisp), Yoplait, Pillsbury, Hefty and Kleenex (and a whole lot more) carry the box top logo. Friends and relatives can help collect box tops. Send collected box tops to school so they can be redeemed for badly needed funds. Student can turn in box tops to their teachers, or they can be dropped in the collection bin in the office. Box tops are welcome all year long–and don’t forget to collect them over the summer!

If you desire, you can for Santa Teresa School by clicking on the Box Tops image. Registration will allow some of your on-line purchases to earn credit for the school. In addition, you can access information on our school’s box top earnings.

If you have any questions, please contact the Box Tops Coordinator, Alycia Watanabe 408-375-5518.

eScrip

An easy way to help support Santa Teresa Elementary School. Visit the , sign up and register your credit, debit, grocery and selected department store cards.  Local stores participating include Safeway and Macy’s. As you make purchases, eScrip tallies the amount of the purchases and donates a percentage of the price each quarter to the Home and School Association. Santa Teresa’s eScrip number is 143987959. Sobre .

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Lucky S.H.A.R.E.S. Card

Santa Teresa earns 3% from qualified purchases at Lucky, Save Mart and FoodMAX.  Simply have your card scanned with each purchase.  Contact Gaby Chavez at or (408)300-1962 to request a card and start earning $$.

Shop through OneCause Now

OneCause Online Shopping

If you shop on-line, School Pop gives rebates of up to 16% back to Santa Teresa for purchases from over 400 on-line stores, including Amazon.com, Target.com, LL Bean, WalMart, Marriott, Expedia, and Toys R Us (just to name a few!). Once you register, it’s as simple as going to www.onecause.com and start shopping from there!

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Raley’s, Bel Air, and Nob Hill Foods Quality of Life Card

A percentage of your purchases will be donated to Santa Teresa. It’s simple.  Once you get a card, Activate the card on-line .  Then simply shop as usual and you will be making contributions to our school! You may also receive additional cards for family members and friends.  Email Carrie Pizzo at to request a card.

My Coke Rewards for Schools

Our school has joined the My Coke Rewards for Schools program. That means by drinking the Coca-Cola products your family already enjoys, you can get My Coke Rewards points and donate them to help our school. Your donations will go towards rewards like sports equipment, school supplies and activity kits that will help our students learn, play and have fun.It’s easy to donate:

  1. Purchase your favorite Coca-Cola products to get codes (they’re on hundreds of different packages, in a variety of sizes and flavors).
  2. Simply join My Coke Rewards and Go to mycokerewards.com/school & sign in (register if you aren’t a member).
  3. Enter your codes to collect points – then search for our school to donate points.
  4. Enter the amount of points you’d like to give, then click “Donate”.
  5. Questions about the program? Check out our Frequently Asked Questions or Contact Us at Customer Care.
Don’t throw out those old printer ink cartridges…use them to help Santa Teresa!Bring your used printer ink cartridges to school and drop them in the box in the school Library. The Home and School Association collects used cartridges to turn in for Staples rewards cards to purchase paper and other needed supplies.

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