To help keep the cost of our education as low as possible, we have a number of fundraising opportunities available. 


Through the efforts of students, families, and friends of Marquette, we have raised enough money to purchase a mini bus, upgrade technology, buy classroom supplies, further our fine arts program, and more. We are currently raising money to upgrade our security and access control. Below are a variety of ways you can be involved in these endeavors.


Gift Cards from Scrip


Scrip is a popular fundraiser because families don’t have to sell anything. When you purchase scrip, you’re purchasing gift cards that are used just like cash. You can use scrip to purchase everyday expenses like food, clothing, and other essentials; and with every purchase, you earn revenue for MMBA. MMBA has earned over $10,000 through your combined efforts!
  • You pay face value and get face value for any gift card you purchase.
  • Buy gift cards for the stores you regularly shop at and then pay with the gift card whenever you shop there—groceries, gas, etc.
  • Buy gift cards as gifts too, of course. 
  • Pay with a check (payable to MMBA) or set up to have payment directly withdrawn from your checking account.

Download the Scrip Order form here. For questions, email Matt Scalzitti or visit Shop with Scrip


Box Tops for Education


Each year students collect Box Tops for Education from various products found around your house. Through combined efforts, we have raised over thousands of dollars through this program alone. We would appreciate your help in clipping and saving Box Tops. Download a complete list of products that include Box Tops.


You can also help MMBA by signing up at the Box Tops website and choosing our school name in the search field.  Be sure to check out the “earn” page on the Box Top website for contests that support the school, and don't forget to check back frequently! 


World’s Finest Chocolate

Delicious chocolate bars sold each March and April, the World’s Finest Chocolate is sure to satisfy your taste buds. Students sell the bars for $2 each, and MMBA receives $1 from each bar sold.