For Ashley Keith, No Child Sleeps Outside is more than just a compelling campaign to raise money for Mary’s Place, a shelter for women, children and families. It’s her reality.
Many of the more than 270 Starbucks partners working at the newly opened Reserve Roastery in Shanghai have moved across the country, or even the world, sometime leaving family and friends behind, for the chance to be part of something new. We tell three of their stories.
Adaptive athletes who train at former professional football player David Vobora’s Dallas gym joined Starbucks’ Give Good squad to hand out Starbucks gift cards to first responders and others. During the month of December, Starbucks is surprising 50,000 people with $1 million worth of $20 Starbucks Cards.
Starbucks “Give Good” squads are out and about in their red and green aprons across the United States for the company’s biggest giveaway ever, Project Give Good.
December graduation ceremony at ASU will recognize a Starbucks partner for his impressive grades.
Viviane Liu grew up in an orphanage after her great-grandmother and grandfather, who had been raising her, died. Now, after being hired out of a baking program, she’s finding a new family at the new Starbucks Reserve Roastery in Shanghai.
Technology at the new Starbucks Reserve Roastery in Shanghai allows visitors to scan anywhere, explore everywhere and order anytime.
The line snaked around the corner before Starbucks executive chairman Howard Schultz and Starbucks China ceo Belinda Wong opened the doors for the Shanghai Roastery’s first day.