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The Military Mondays program developed at an East Coast Starbucks migrates to a California Starbucks to serve the unique needs of veterans and their families.
Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch surprised baristas at a Bellevue Starbucks and thanked them for making his namesake beverage – the Beast Mode Frappuccino – in support of his Fam 1st Family Foundation.
Starbucks recruits and partners locally as its first store in Ferguson, Missouri, begins to take shape. Ferguson will be the second Starbucks coffeehouse opened as part of a push to support economic development and social change in diverse, urban communities.
Through Starbucks Connecting Communities Project, small farmers in Malaysia have found a way to showcase their products and a means of supporting their families.
Starbucks Canada commits 10 percent of all store new hires to Opportunity Youth and will further create 600 work placements for Non-Job-Ready Youth over the next three years.
VIDEO: How hand-printed art that is locally relevant for each branch of service was created, in consultation with veterans, for Starbucks Military Family Stores.
On November 11, Americans will recognize the service and sacrifice of the more than 21 million veterans across the U.S. Throughout the year, Starbucks honors the men and women who have served in the Armed Forces.
Starbucks today announced a significant milestone toward hiring veterans and military spouses, and outlined new investments to further bridge the gap between the military and civilians.