MILL VALLEY, Calif. — Mollie Stone’s Markets, an eight-store grocer here, is launching a Community Card on Feb. 1 that will enable customers to automatically contribute up to 5% of purchases to the schools and non-profits of their choice. The Mollie Stone’s Community Card is a continuation of a longtime partnership with eScrip (Electronic Scrip) through which the retailer has given back over $1.5 million to local communities. After picking up a Community Card at ...

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