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A Starbucks store near Camp Pendleton has received a special designation as the company’s first Military Family Store.
An order for two dozen community tables from a family-owned furniture business in North Carolina is one of the ways Starbucks exhibits its commitment to locally-relevant design using sustainable materials.
Starbucks Mexico donated three varietals of coffee plants which are known for generating better yields, higher cup quality and improved rust resistance.
Starbucks has been working with Goodwill for more than a year to provide job training,counseling and resources for 1,250 veterans and family members near Joint Base Lewis-McChord in Washington.
To celebrate the Seattle Seahawks trip to the NFL championship game, Starbucks is offering a Seahawks Frappuccino blended beverage at participating Washington and Oregon stores from January 30 through February 2.
Starbucks is launching an on-the-job training program for people with cognitive and physical disabilities at its Carson Valley Roasting Plant and Distribution Center.
Starbucks recently provided 32,000 three-packs of VIA Ready Brew Coffee to U.S. troops serving in Afghanistan.
Mayors in Baltimore, Columbus, Orlando, Phoenix and Sacramento are meeting with community leaders at their local Starbucks® stores to find solutions to the challenges facing young people, including disconnected youth and veterans.