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For more than ten years, Starbucks has supported music and arts programs for youth in its hometown of Seattle through a long-standing partnership with the Seattle Theatre Group.
World AIDS Day: Four Starbucks partners (employees) traveled to Rwanda’s capital city of Kigali recently to witness how funding is enhancing medical facilities and improving the lives of those who have been diagnosed with HIV/AIDS.
Media Alert: For the seventh year, Starbucks is partnering with (RED) to raise money and awareness for the fight against AIDS on World AIDS Day, December 1.
A first-of-its-kind event - presented by HBO, Chase and Starbucks - brought musical talent, celebrities and millions of Americans together to honor the courage and sacrifice of veterans, active duty service members and their families
Starbucks is launching its new Military Family Store program, with plans to open 12 of these stores near military bases in fiscal 2015.
A community discussion Tuesday, October 21 was part of Starbucks Solutions City initiative. The program brings residents and local leaders together at neighborhood Starbucks stores to address three key issues: providing access to education, supporting veterans, and empowering opportunity youth.
As 2,100 Starbucks district managers from around the world gather in Seattle for the Starbucks Leadership Experience 2014, they are hearing powerful messages from the company’s senior leaders about how to create an inspiring culture and successfully grow their stores and their teams.
Starbucks and its customers are donating $75,000 to Seahawks Coach Pete Carroll’s A Better Seattle – the coach’s initiative to reduce youth violence by providing education, resources and opportunities through outreach workers in several Western Washington cities.