AmazonSmile

Thank you for your support!

St. Walter Catholic School is now a member of the AmazonSmile Foundation!

Register with AmazonSmile and every time you make eligible purchases Amazon will donate 0.5% to Saint Walter Catholic School.

It’s easy to sign up, doesn’t cost you anything and will directly benefit our students in the form of new textbooks and other classroom enrichment materials!

How Does It Work?

Where will the money go? It goes directly into the St. Walter Catholic School bank account, nowhere else. The money raised will help offset the cost of new textbooks and other classroom enrichment materials.

Will my purchases on the regular Amazon site benefit St. Walter Catholic School? No. You need to shop through the AmazonSmile portal. Even if you have registered already, you still need to use the “smile.amazon.com” link every time for the school to benefit.

Can I shop using my smart phone or tablet? Purchases made through the Amazon mobile app do not apply to Smile. If you login to http://smile.amazon.com using your internet browser on your mobile device, those purchases will count.

Can anyone register for AmazonSmile and choose St. Walter Catholic School as the beneficiary? YES! You do not need to be affiliated with St. Walter Catholic School to use Amazon Smile. Send an email to your friends and family and have them register, too! Anyone can choose us as their charity.

Do all Amazon purchases qualify for AmazonSmile? Not all items qualify. In the description of qualifying items, you will see this indication: Eligible for donation.

How Do I Set Up My Account?

There are two ways to get started.

1. Go to www.smile.amazon.com.

2. Login using your existing Amazon account or register for an account if you don’t already have one.

3. Under “Pick your own charitable organization” search for “St. Walter Catholic School”

4. Click “Select” and you’re done!

You should receive an email confirming your AmazonSmile registration.

or

Simply click on the Amazon Smile button to the right and follow the prompts.