Shoppers can help high schools’ athletics

Shoppers can help any of the high schools’ athletic program by shopping for Kraft products at any Times or Big Save stores between Aug. 24 and Oct. 4.

During the designated period, shoppers can designate a high school to score free Adidas athletic uniforms and equipment.

Times Supermarkets and Kraft Foods in Hawai‘i have partnered to provide high schools in Hawai‘i with the opportunity to earn a share of $250,000 worth of free athletic uniforms and equipment from adidas through the 11th Annual Shop and Score program.

Parents, students, alumni and community members are encouraged to get involved in earning points for the high school of their choice.

The designated high school will earn points each time Kraft Foods and other designated products are purchased at any Times Supermarket, or Big Save store, on O‘ahu, Maui and Kaua‘i.

Each school will receive a share of the $250,000 credit based on the percentage of total points. This credit is used to get the Adidas uniforms and equipment.

All schools are guaranteed a minimum of $500 credit to get started.

Greg Gonsalves, the Kapa‘a High School athletic director, said last year, almost $10,000 was raised collectively through this program.

The Kraft Foods Hawai‘i website states that since its inception, the program has donated more than $900,000 worth of Adidas uniforms and equipment to Hawai‘i’s schools.

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