High School Affinity Debit Cards
About the Program - Make a Difference, Earn Money for our Schools
SRP is committed to community and we believe in making a difference. Join SRP in our efforts to improve our local schools. Every time you use your high school affinity debit card, SRP gives money to our local school systems. SRP makes it easy for YOU to make a difference.
SRP currently has a card for every high school within the Aiken County Public School District - Aiken High School, Midland Valley High School, North Augusta High School, Ridge Spring Monetta High School, Silver Bluff High School, South Aiken High School, and Wagener Salley High School.
And more local schools have joined the affinity debit card program! You can now get a card for Aiken County Public School's Career & Technology Center, Allendale Fairfax County High School, Augusta Christian Schools, Barnwell High School, Burke County High School, Evans High School, Fox Creek High School, Grovetown High School, Harlem High School, Lakeside High School, and Strom Thurmond High School.
NOW AVAILABLE! Aiken Scholars Academy, Blackville-Hilda High School, Greenbrier High School and South Aiken Baptist Christian School.
Don't see your school listed? We are working to bring this program to more local schools. We will keep you informed on future schools to be added. Good things are happening at SRP!
Get Your High School Affinity Debit Card
Switch your current card by sending a Secure Message through SRP Online, calling 803-278-4851, or visiting your local branch.
Not an SRP member? Join today! Click the link below to get started. Simply open a checking account and select the school of your choice for your affinity debit card.
Hear From Some of the Principals
"We're able to do things a lot quicker... Instead of looking at a three to four year plan, we're getting it done in a year."
- Samuel Fuller, South Aiken High School Principal
"I would whole heartily recommend this program to other schools. There are only benefits... I don't know how we could have done the things we're doing this year without this program."
- Jason Holt, Aiken High School Principal