In The Community


Big Red’s Debut at the California State Fair

The Save Mart Companies’ Big Red shopping cart made a debut at the California State Fair this week, Big Red is California’s fastest and largest shopping cart. Weighing in at 3,000lbs and standing 13ft tall, Big Red left fair goers in awe as it greeted them at the main entrance. Fans gathered around to take […]

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CARES Foundation and Miller-Coors Team Up to Donate to Oakland Charity

The Save Mart Companies C.A.R.E.S. Foundation teamed up with Miller-Coors to donate $1,500 to Turn on to America in Contra Costa County. Based out of Oakland, CA, Turn on to America is a nonprofit that delivers boxes of food to cash-strapped neighborhoods throughout Contra Costa and Alameda Counties. This small-but-mighty group of volunteers works daily […]

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Early Learning with Save Mart & Sacramento Children’s Museum

Save Mart continues to nourish the communities their stores serve through The Save Mart Companies C.A.R.E.S. Foundation. Victoria Castro, Public Affairs Manager for The Save Mart Companies, presented a C.A.R.E.S.check of over $3,000 to the Sacramento Children’s Museum (SCM) to support the Save Mart sponsored Leo’s Market exhibit. Leo’s Market is a child-sized supermarket exhibit […]

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CARES Foundation Supporting Local Art Programs

Sonora Save Mart, located on 130 W. Stockton Road, presented a Save Mart C.A.R.E.S. Foundation grant of $5,000 to the Sierra Repertory Theater. Sierra Repertory Theater is a top-rated, non-profit theater serving the Mother Lode and Central Valley of California. The grant will help fund SRT’s Education and Outreach Program that aims to make low-cost, school […]

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Save Mart Teams Up with Softball Champs

Sacramento Save Mart, located on 9137 Kiefer Blvd., loaned their cooler to the Sacramento Regulators, a local youth softball team. Each store has a cooler to loan out each season to youth sports team. Once a week, the team can come in and receive treats for the game for free. The Sacramento Regulators lead their […]

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