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Wednesday, November 18, 2015 - 2015 Gift Card Fundraiser

Over 100 Different Stores!

The PA is selling Gift Cards to over 100 different stores for everyday merchandise such as food, clothing, toys, and even gasoline.  With every purchase, the Vincent Smith School earns a percentage in return.
This is a popular fundraiser because families do not have to sell anything.  The gift cards can be used to make regular household purchases or gifts that would have been made anyway!  You do not pay any more than the face value of the gift cards or certificates.  How convenient to do some of your shopping... all from the comfort of your own home!!  Of course, feel free to ask your family and friends if they would like any!!
We thought this would be a great time for this fundraiser because there are a lot of events coming up.  With the holidays coming up, what better way to help you shop?  These are good for teacher gifts, purchase cards for your own holiday shopping or your everyday shopping needs, baby showers, wedding showers, bus drivers, coaches, etc.   Even your own children would enjoy gift cards.  Unsure what to buy the grandparents in Florida?  How about Winn Dixie, CVS or Walgreen’s?
If you know that you shop regularly at any of these stores, please consider buying some cards for future use.  We ask that all orders be returned to the School no later than Monday, November 30, 2015 (Hanukkah is December 6th this year) so that we can ensure holiday delivery.  Please make checks payable to Vincent Smith School.  Gift cards are purchased on your behalf and are non-refundable.  Thank you!!! See attached order form. Completed order forms should be brought to the Main Office. 
If you have any questions, please call Patrice Graff at (347) 661-7552 or Alissa Karp at (516) 524-3883. Should you need to reach them via email, please visit - scroll down to where Click Here appears.

Order Form



Vincent Smith School is a private day school for students with learning disabilities in grades 1-12. The School offers a well-integrated program of studies for boys and girls, utilizing a multi-sensory approach to learning.  For more information, visit our website