It's that time of year, kids heading back to school. Marc's is a huge sponsor of Operation Backpack. New school supplies are a challenge for some kids. Every time we have a new start we want it to be our best year ever. Marc's believes in the kids and wants to help give them supplies they need to succeed.
Greater than Heroin is a group of civic and religious leaders from Northeast Ohio committed to addressing the heroin epidemic through understanding, collaboration, and awareness.
Understanding through care, compassion, and support.
Collaboration through community engagement and coalition building.
Awareness through community education and resources. Help us spread the word about these great resources!
Marc’s is kicking it again to help fund research for childhood cancer. Marc’s stores put together kick ball teams and compete in company kick ball tournaments. Stores work to raise money through fundraising, bake sales, raffles and community outreach and all the money raised goes directly to Flashes of Hope, the parent organization of Kick It. You can help Marc’s by logging onto their fundraising page on Kick-It.org and donating to support your favorite Marc’s store. Help Marc’s raise money for pediatric cancer research by donating today!
97.5 WONE, Lock 3 & Marc's are saluting Kids Who Rock! If you know of a high school senior who excels in the arts, in music theatre, student government or is just an all-around leader -- we want to know about them!
Submit your nominee in 97 words or less. We will honor one student per month on the air and award them a $1000 scholarship toward the school of their choice!
Marc’s Doggie Rewards program has donated over $526,244 to Animal Protective charities all over Ohio. The Doggie Rewards program donates 100% of the profits from the sale of Doggie Rewards and Kitty Rewards to benefit animal protection charities! Marc’s loves our furry friends and you can love them too by purchasing Doggie Rewards and Kitty Rewards for your pets. All the money raised goes to helping the animals. Check out this great story from our friends at the Animal Protective League.