Shop at Fresh & Easy, Raise Money for Kitayama Elementary

Kitayama Elementary School is participating in grocery store Fresh & Easy's "Shop for Schools" contest.

From the Kitayama PTA:

Need to go to the Grocery Store?  Join the Kitayama PTA in our partnership with fresh&easy Grocery Stores.

Parents, teachers, school administrators, friends, neighbors or anyone who would like to support participating schools can collect receipts from purchases made at any fresh&easy store between September 12, 2012 and December 31, 2012.

All receipts that total $20 or more should be turned at the Kitayama Office. For every $20 spent per transaction at fresh&easy store, Kitayama Elementary School will receive a $1 cash donation. For example, a single receipt totaling $39.99 is worth $1, while a single receipt for $40.00 is worth $2, but a receipt for $18.50 is not eligible. You cannot combine the total of the receipts. 

But wait, there’s more! If our school raises $500 or more through receipt collection we’ll receive a $50 cash bonus. And the school that raises the most in Arizona and Nevada, and the top two highest-earning schools in California will each get a $5,000 cash bonus!

Our local fresh&easy is located at the corner of Mission Boulevard and Rousseau Street at 31049 Mission Blvd. in Hayward.

Kathy Miedema September 13, 2012 at 04:24 PM
Hillview Crest is also participating in the Fresh and Easy receipt collection, and we have a Shopping Night set for Nov. 14. What night is yours? We will go to yours if you come to ours! You can keep your own receipt on the Shopping Night, and we will still get a percentage of what you spend if you shop between 4 and 8. Our schools need our help -- let's work together!
Zoneil Maharaj September 13, 2012 at 04:35 PM
Thanks for sharing, Kathy! Have you posted the shopping night event on our calendar? You can also post the info as an announcement, if you'd like.


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