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Starbucks partners and Andrew Alfano, a senior vice president, mark Starbucks 20th Anniversary in New York by ringing the Closing Bell on Wall Street.
Launch of 2014 Starbucks Youth Action in the UK includes results from Inspiration Index survey
“Giving back to our local communities has always been core to our business,” said Jeff Hansberry, president, Starbucks China and Asia Pacific. “This nearly 10-year collaboration, and now in-store training and employment opportunity program, allows us to take positive actions to embrace people with autism.”
Starbucks partners around the U.S. honored the legacy of Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. by painting school hallways, cleaning toys for a children’s hospital, planting trees, packaging meals for families and making blankets for community shelters.
Starbucks stores in Washington offer 12 cent tall brewed coffee to 12’s wearing their Seahawks colors on Blue Friday.
As part of its annual Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program in Korea, Starbucks celebrated the opening of its sixth Starbucks Discoveries® Dream Library at Mulme Elementary School.
For the sixth year, Starbucks is partnering with (RED) ™ to raise awareness and money for the fight against AIDS on World AIDS Day by making a 10 cent (U.S.) donation for every handcrafted beverage sold in participating U.S. and Canada stores.
As the chorus has grown in size and popularity, supporting local causes continues to be the fabric of their holiday tradition. On Tuesday, Nov. 26, look out for the Starbucks Chorus as it kicks off the season’s festivities with a special performance on NBC’s “The Voice”.