Fundraising

See the listing below to learn more about how to make your everyday shopping work for the school.  Check out the many ways to provide money to the school simply through your normal shopping routine.

The annual Gala is a wonderful evening for our school and parish communities, and a major fundraiser for the school. More information will be published once the school year begins.

Our students benefit directly from your continued support!


Amazon

amazon-logoShop at Amazon and save! By clicking on the Amazon banner on our homepage, a portion of the sale goes to St. Ambrose School. This is an easy way to turn your everyday shopping into money for our school. This is also a great way to involve your friends and family in giving to St. Ambrose. So spread the word!


Giant Food logoGiant’s A+ BONUS BUCKS Program

 St. Ambrose will be paid by Giant when you use your Bonus Card at their stores at absolutely no cost to you! To Sign up for Giant A+ BONUSBUCKS Program via the web, go to Giant’s web site, click on “Register Your Card,” and follow their instructions.   Saint Ambrose School’s ID number is #03247.


Box Tops for Education Big G boxtops logo

 

Collect  Box Tops, which look like the logo shown to the right.  They are printed on the packaging of many products – just cut them out and save them, then send them into the school once a month or so.  Collect them from willing friends, family, and neighbors too!

Each Box Top represents 10 cents for the school. You can find the familiar Box Tops coupon on hundreds of your family’s favorite products from General Mills and other manufacturers.

Monday Ice Cream Drawing: All students turning in Box Tops are entered into the monthly drawing for a free ice cream.  We also offer other “sweet” prizes through the year, so if you buy these products, collect those Box Tops!
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St. Ambrose Catholic School

3827 Woodburn Road, Annandale, VA 22003

Phone: 703-698-7171

Fax: 703-698-7170

St. Ambrose School admits students of any race, color, and national origin.

"Christ is everything to us" – St. Ambrose