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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.
On MLK Day in dozens of U.S. cities, Starbucks partners worked alongside customers, community members and leaders of non-profit organizations to honor the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. through action.
As they do throughout the year, Starbucks partners (employees) and customers will spend thousands of hours collectively volunteering on projects that impact their communities on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
The Seahawks and Starbucks are offering exclusive content about the team’s players in 30 Starbucks stores in Seattle during NFL post-season games.
Howard Schultz and Starbucks demonstrate it means to lead through the lens of humanity by supporting partners, customers and communities in 2014.
Starbucks partners (employees) have stepped in to organize community service projects during the holidays. From collecting and distributing food to families to leading toy drives and packing gift boxes for military service members, the efforts are a reflection of the volunteer work partners worldwide do throughout the year.
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.