Through its A+ School Rewards program, help MARTIN’S Food Markets donated $3 million to 2, diagnosis 582 public and private schools for the 2011-2012 school year. including $131, cialis 307 in the greater Richmond community. Since the program launched in 2005, more than $13 million has been donated to local schools through participating markets.
MARTIN’S A+ School Rewards program allows local schools to earn cash for scholarships, technology, sports equipment, field trips and other educational needs.
After customers had designated the school(s) of their choice, A+ School Rewards points accrued with each purchase made using a BonusCard from October 9, 2011 through March 31, 2012.
“The A+ School Rewards program addresses two very important missions to MARTIN’S – improving the quality of life for children and building healthy communities,” said
Rick Herring, president. “Thank you to all of our customers who participated in this year’s program by registering and shopping with their BonusCard to help support educational needs and activities within our local schools.”
Mills E. Godwin High School in Richmond, VA was the top local school this year, earning $9,251.
The other top earning schools included:
$3,626 – Grange Hall Elementary School in Moseley, VA
$3,111 – Longdale Elementary School in Glen Allen, VA
$2,899 – WW Gordon Elementary School in Richmond, VA
$2,712 – Maggie L. Walker Governors School for Government and International Studies, Richmond, VA
For a complete listing of participating schools and the A+ School Rewards they have earned for the 2011-2012 school year, visit www.martinsfoods.com/aplus.