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Starbucks partners, many of whom are also veterans or military spouses, mark Memorial Day by sharing personal stories and observations.
Starbucks is dedicating a new store near Hill Air Force Base in Utah run primarily by veterans and military spouses. It’s one of at least 12 Military Family Stores Starbucks will dedicate before the end of 2015 to help connect communities through relationships with military bases and veterans service organizations.
Starbucks year-long Solutions City initiative is giving way to new partnerships in Ohio that will help opportunity youth find meaningful jobs.
One-hundred percent of the ticket sales from the 12th installment of Little Big Show on May 14 will go to TeenTix. It was selected as a beneficiary because its purpose is closely aligned with Starbucks values.
Meet a few of the 1,200 military spouses who have joined Starbucks since the company announced its commitment to hire at least 10,000 veterans, reservists and military spouses by the end of 2018. To date, Starbucks has hired about 3,700.
Due to the serious drought conditions and necessary water conservation efforts in California, Starbucks is moving the sourcing and manufacturing of Ethos Water out of state.
Throughout the month of April, Starbucks partners and customers volunteered as part of Starbucks fifth annual Global Month of Service. Starbucks chief community officer Blair Taylor shares his observations and personal experiences during Starbucks 30-day celebration of volunteerism.
In a nearly 9,000 word story, reporter Amanda Ripley takes The Atlantic readers "inside a radical attempt to help Americans start (and finish) college" featuring the Starbucks College Achievement Plan.