MODESTO, Calif. — Save Mart Supermarkets here said it plans to relaunch an open-ended corporate donations program on Wednesday that it believes will make it easier for customers to raise money for organizations to which they belong. The chain will issue SHARES cards – an acronym for Support Humanities, Arts, Recreation, Education and Sports — that, when swiped at the checkstand, will automatically set aside 3% of qualified purchases that will be donated quarterly to designated schools, ...

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