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In celebrating its one-year anniversary, Starbucks community store in the Langsuan neighborhood of Bangkok, Thailand presented a 1.5 million Baht (almost 50,000 U.S. dollars) donation to the Integrated Tribal Development Program.
20 Starbucks partners (employees) at a military Community Store in Washington state were among the first to receive personalized aprons featuring an embroidered U.S. flag, the partner's name and their military affiliation.
The Wounded Warrior Project accepts a $50,000 check from Starbucks, funded from a portion of the sales of last fall of Starbucks Verismo® System
The Starbucks Pride Alliance Network raised a rainbow flag, which is 38-feet wide by 19-feet tall, on top of Starbucks headquarters. It will remain through the weekend’s Seattle Pride Parade.
America’s mayors are exploring a new way to get communities involved in finding solutions to civic problems, and it all starts at local Starbucks stores.
Starbucks Canada Joins Forces with Three Leading Not-for-Profit Organizations to Expand Life and Work Skills Development in Vancouver, Calgary and Toronto.
Defensive tackle D’Anthony Smith was among seven Seahawks players who spent some free time over the past few weeks job shadowing people in various departments at Starbucks headquarters in Seattle.
Starbucks partners, customers and nonprofit groups united to work on 1,691 community service projects during the company’s Global Month of Service. Together they volunteered more than 232,244 hours in April.