There are many avenues for parents, grandparents, friends and supporters of LCA to support LCA financially through everyday expenditures. The following opportunities make supporting LCA easier than you may think!



LCA sells gift cards to hundreds of retailers. These are sold any time any school day in the Lodge. You pay and receive face value for the gift card (just like if you bought one from the kiosk at Kroger), and LCA receives a portion of your purchase. Gift cards are available for gas, groceries, restaurants and major retailers, so buy some for yourself and allow LCA to benefit from the purchases you make every day. If a family just made their grocery purchases this way, LCA would earn over $500 a year per family.

The scrip form can be downloaded here and sent in with your child to give to their homeroom teacher.


AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way for you to support LCA every time you shop, at no cost to you. When you shop at, you’ll find the exact same low prices, vast selection and convenient shopping experience as, with the added bonus that Amazon will donate a portion of the purchase price to LCA. It's simple. Go to



Clip those little Box Tops for Education labels you find on many groceries (biscuits, cereal boxes, crackers, butter tubs, etc.). Each one is worth 10 cents to LCA! 10 cents may not sound like much but with everyone participating, 10 cents adds up quickly! A typical school year, LCA earns around $2,000 from the Box Tops for Education program.  Box tops can be turned into your Lower School teacher or to the receptionist in the front office of the Upper School building.



Each year, Publix gives LCA an inventory of Publix Loyalty cards for family and friends of LCA. When shopping at Publix, ask the cashier to scan your loyalty card at check out. Publix will donate a portion of your purchase to LCA.

Publix cards can be obtained by contacting one of the PTF Officers:

President:           Mary Beth Letke
Vice-President:   Stacy Young
Secretary:           Shanin Crowther
Treasurer:           Amy Dudik



Enroll your Kroger Plus card at Kroger's Community Website. When you shop at Kroger and use your Kroger Plus Card, LCA will earn rewards. You must re-enroll your Kroger Card each September.



Any time you visit the IHOP in Loganville, turn in your receipts to one of our receptionists.  IHOP donates 10% of every receipt we turn in back to LCA monthly.



Enroll your Ingles Advantage card at in their Tools for Schools program which will earn funds for LCA each time you use your card. Re-enroll your advantage card each September. 


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Christian Brothers Automotive (click for program flyer), located at 2547 Loganville Hwy in Grayson, has partnered with LCA in offering a vehicle rebate program. Regular vehicle maintenance is necessary for any car. Why not get it done at a local, faith-based establishment, like Christian Brothers? Then, a portion of each oil change, repair, or service will come back to LCA.

When you drop off your vehicle, simply identify yourself as an LCA supporter, and a percentage of all invoices will be given back to support Loganville Christian Academy. The rebate amounts are 10% on invoices under $100 and 5% on invoices over $100.



The next time you are ready to renew your magazine subscription or buy a new magazine, log in to the Great American Opportunities web site and put in our school code: 418814. LCA will receive credit for your order and a check semi-annually for 40% of your purchase.



Establish an account on and register LCA as your beneficiary school. Every time you make a purchase online, log into and shop at one of the more than 2,800 participating stores and a percentage of your purchase will be donated to LCA. You have to go to before you start to shop!