As part of that initiative to provide opportunities in underserved communities, Starbucks will open locations in 15 areas across the United States by the end of 2018. On Dec. 4, partners in Trenton, N.J., will open the company’s ninth such store.
A performing arts program for teens in foster care, service dogs for children with disabilities and a global effort to help children in extreme poverty are among the 27 charities that will receive a $25,000 grant as winners of the Upstanders Challenge.
As the season of giving good continues, Starbucks stores will serve beverages in a new red holiday cup for a limited time, featuring a white heart framed by two hands coming together.
Six designs based on archive prints debut in the limited-edition holiday collection. Starting Nov. 21, customers can purchase the limited-edition Liberty Fabrics & S’well bottles, featuring beloved iconic prints by renowned luxury design house and retailer Liberty London Fabrics.
Starbucks new Juniper Latte conjures up a sleigh ride over the river and through the woods, with woodsy aromas and flavors of sweet mandarin and mulled spices.
Starbucks Mexico held a fundraiser allowing customers at any of its 630 Mexican stores to donate a peso — about 5 cents.The month-long campaign raised $456,000, which will go to support local relief and rebuilding efforts.
Veterans miss the mission-driven life once they rejoin the civilian world. Many find new ways to give back, knitting together the communities they return to.
Starbucks Nostalgia: In the latest installment of an occasional series, we take a look back at Starbucks iconic holiday cups, which have helped usher in the holidays since 1997.