Ways to Support RLA


There are many ways to support RLA and we appreciate all that you do to support this ministry. By choosing to give to RLA, that allows the school to continue to grow in its ministry and provide resources to the teachers and students. Thank you for your support!

Online at rlasouthend.com/donate:
Did you know you can donate online through the school’s website? You can donate once or make a recurring gift – fast and easy. You can designate it for General Funds, Scholarship, or other areas of need.

Amazon Smile:

Do you use Amazon? If so they will donate .5% of your purchase to RLA. If you shop at smile.amazon.com you will find the same Amazon you know and love. Select the charity Michiana Lutheran Education Association Inc and start shopping! Remember to checkout at smile.amazon.com to generate donations for RLA. If you have the Amazon app, you have to manually link Smile and it will automatically generate donations without going to a different webpage.


ShopWithScrip.com is the website for registering and ordering online with RLA’s account number. Rebates can range from 1.5% to 12% depending on the promotion. To setup, click Join a Program, enter Enrollment code: 1959264L19695, and continue setting up your account. Choose from your favorite grocery store, restaurants, hardware stores and more! Scott Rowsell is our SCRIP coordinator.

General Mills Box Tops:

Use the Box Tops app available on Android and iPhones to scan your store receipt, find participating products and instantly add cash to your school’s earnings online. Rebates are usually .10 per eligible item but will add up over time. From playground equipment, to technology, to library books, your school can use this money to help teachers and students get the supplies they need. Search for Resurrection Lutheran Academy to setup. For more information go to btfe.com.

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