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Raise money for Denver Language School without spending any extra money! Please share these opportunities with your friends and relatives! 


Grocery Store Cards - King Soopers and Safeway

Did you know that you raise money for the PTA by shopping for groceries? It’s true, 
when you use King Soopers/City Market or Safeway gift cards purchased from the PTA. 

Buy a $5 or $10 reloadable gift card to King Soopers or Safeway, on sale at the DLS Front Offices (East & West) or from the PTA at school events. 

The PTA earns 5% on every grocery purchase! Over the past two years, these Grocery Rewards programs have returned more than $8,000 to DLS! 

Remember to load the card with more of your own money (credit card, debit card, check, or cash) before you begin your checkout for groceries, and treat your card like cash. Then pay for your grocery and gas at King Soopers/City Market or Safeway using your gift card. Cards with any balance never expire and have no fees.

Amazon Smile



Visit http://smile.amazon.com and choose Denver Language School as your charity of choice. Any time you shop on Amazon, do so through the smile link, and DLS will receive a percentage of your purchases at no cost to you.



4OurSchool

DLS can earn a percentage of your shopping on a bunch of different websites! Visit http://4ourschool.com/?org=dlspta to shop at sites such as Best Buy, eBay, Expedia, Gap, Groupon, Hotels.com, Jet.com, Macy's, Old Navy, Sephora, Target, Wayfair, Zulily, and many others!




Box Tops for Education

Snip the Box Tops for Education coupons found on the packages of many food items and bring them to your child's classroom. Periodically throughout the year, these are collected and redeemed for funds. Classes can win prizes and parties for collecting the most Box Tops.


Want to do more? Register at the Box Tops website and enter DLS's zip code 80220 to get started.  Select Denver Language School click "Earn Box Tops" to find out more.

Note: Box Tops must be clipped on the lines exactly - please do not submit them ripped or with extra material.

Page last updated 9 August 2016