Shop and Score supports EDUCATION in our community high schools. Shop and Score will be donating $150,000 to participating high schools. This year’s Shop and Score program will be a little different than year’s past. The program’s support and donation will be given on behalf of general education in our high schools instead of athletics. Our recognition of high school athletics as an important part of a student athlete’s development remains true and an important part of Shop and Score. However, a needed change was made due to the current challenging times we are facing with the pandemic and the safety concerns and uncertainty surrounding high school sports. Times Supermarket is proud to continue its support of the high schools and kids in our communities.
HOW TO SHOP AND SCORE TO SUPPORT YOUR FAVORITE HIGH SCHOOL
Starting Wednesday, September 9 through Tuesday, October 20, 2020, Times and Big Save shoppers can help their favorite participating high school earn a share of $150,000.
- Shop between Sept. 9 – Oct. 20, 2020
- Buy participating Shop and Score products. Each participating product purchased is equivalent to 1 point.
- Tell your cashier what high school you’d like to support. The designated high school receives the points.
At the end of the program, each school will receive a percentage of the $150,000 Shop and Score funds based on their equivalent percentage of total points earned.
SHOP AND SCORE HISTORY
The Times Shop and Score program began in 2001 as a partnership with Kraft Foods and Sportsline Inc. with an objective to support Hawaii’s high school athletic programs. Times, Kraft, and Sportsline recognized the importance of high school athletics and it’s role in developing character, teamwork and self-esteem in Hawaii’s young adults. The program supports our student-athletes by providing Adidas athletic equipment and uniforms to our community school’s athletic departments.
Since inception 19 years ago, Shop and Score has donated over $3 million in Adidas sports equipment and uniforms to our schools. What had started out as a partnership with Kraft Foods has now grown to include 18 food sponsors and a partnership with American Savings Bank to provide $25,000 in academic scholarships to outstanding students.