In the aftermath of Hurricanes Irma and Maria, worry among those in Puerto Rico grows – but so does a sense of community as neighbors come together. Starbucks, which has 462 partners on the island, is committed to helping rebuild with a $250,000 donation.
National Coffee Day, celebrated Sept. 29, offers Starbucks an opportunity to highlight the importance of ethically-sourced coffee.
Starbucks, Five Guys, HMSHost and other employers at the D.C. Opportunity Fair are committed to hiring, empowering teens, young adults who are not in school or working.
Caring Unites Partners, or CUP Fund, is a Starbucks partner-funded program that helps partners in need. CUP Fund administrators have processed 1,163 grants worth $731,000 related to Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, roughly equivalent to the number of grants typically processed in three months of work.
Starbucks Reserve Roastery in Seattle will feature merchandise from HAS HEART, which pairs veterans and artists to create designs that encapsulate individual soldiers’ journeys.
The new Starbucks store honors the architecture and spirit of the University of Washington’s historic Suzzallo Library.
Starbucks has unveiled Cold-Pressed Espresso, a new patent-pending cold extraction process that will serve as the foundation for a new menu of sparkling beverages that will debut at the company’s premium, Starbucks Reserve® Roastery in Seattle beginning Sept. 12, 2017.
Starbucks Seattle Headquarters was the site of the 2017 Old Glory Relay kickoff event. As part of the relay, teams of runners will carry a single American flag 4,600 miles from Seattle to Tampa, Fla. to raise awareness of veterans service organizations and their work to support veterans.