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In partnership with the Society of Interpreters for the Deaf, Starbucks Malaysia has opened a store dedicated to providing employment opportunities for people who are Deaf.
For the second year in a row, Starbucks is being recognized as a “Best Place to Work" after scoring 100 percent on the Disability Equality Index (DEI) survey.
Thirty nonprofit organizations in 24 U.S. cities will receive grants, which are expected to impact 34,000 young people.
Starbucks Japan developed an innovative approach turns tons of coffee grounds into valuable feed and fertilizer for cattle and other common items found in a store.
On Colombia’s National Coffee Day, Starbucks honored the more than 60,000 farmers and their families who have participated in C.A.F.E. Practices since 2012.
The Mission Continues puts veterans and community volunteers to work fixing up a Detroit school suffering from neglect but ripe with potential.
Jeremiah Reitz, who weathered rough waters after completing his service with the military, is now finding fulfillment working at Starbucks and supporting children with autism. Read his #tobeapartner story.
Starbucks Hometown: The Seattle area’s premier summer festival kicked off with special appearances by Seafair personalities at Starbucks locations across the city.