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Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson and Starbucks kick-off “Solutions City” initiative to identify ways to connect young job seekers to opportunities in the 21st Century economy.
The Seattle Seahawks invited several Starbucks partners to a job shadow experience at the VMAC during their last public training camp before the 2014-15 football season begins.
Starbucks China announced a RMB1.5 million donation to support the disaster relief work in the earthquake-hit regions of Yunnan’s Ludian county.
Pilots of the famous F/A-18 Blue Angels jets fueled up with coffee in Starbucks headquarters on their day off from practice for upcoming performances in Seattle.
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.