Good things do happen all the time at Starbucks around the world, and sweet love stories are one of them.
Partners at the new Starbucks Community Store in the RedBird neighborhood of Southern Dallas are ecstatic to be part of the community’s major upcoming redevelopment.
Welcome to Good Things Happen, a monthly roundup of the best real-life moments from Starbucks stores worldwide.
New ads for Peppermint Mocha and Caramel Brulée Latte focus on the true spirit of the holidays by finding moments of real-life connection with those you love
Starbucks partners at the nation’s first-ever Signing Store in Washington, D.C., hail from all parts of the country. Some can hear, and some can’t, but they all share two important things: a fluency in American Sign Language and a readiness to challenge the status quo and create a new kind of community.
More than 40 million Americans face hunger, according to a report by the USDA. Starbucks is trying to help reduce that number through its FoodShare program, which packages eligible unsold food each evening and delivers it to those in need. During Hunger Action Month, the company is marking a milestone of 10 million meals donated since the program began in 2016.
More than 4,000 leaders from around the world are meeting in San Francisco for the Global Climate Action Summit, focused on finding ways to achieve the climate goals set by the Paris Agreement. Kevin Johnson, Starbucks chief executive officer, spoke today as part of a panel discussing what public and private sectors can achieve together.
Welcome to the Good Things Happen, a monthly roundup of the best real-life moments from Starbucks stores worldwide.