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Starbucks stores in Europe, the Middle East and Africa purchase aprons sewn by women of the Ineza Cooperative to provide funds and exposure to survivors of the 1994 Rwandan genocide.
Rachel Bernier-Green is the proprietor of 'Laine’s Bake Shop located in Chicago’s Englewood neighborhood. Starting today (September 28), her baked goods will be featured at a new Starbucks location that includes a job training center for young people.
Voter registration block party in Queens, New York, today (September 27) is part of a continuing Starbucks drive to encourage civic engagement.
To help reach its goal of 20 million trees by year end, Starbucks will donate a coffee tree on behalf of each customer who purchases a brewed Mexico Chiapas coffee in more than 13,500 participating U.S. and Mexico stores on National Coffee Day.
Starbucks customers who purchase a brewed Mexico Chiapas Coffee on September 29, 2016 will be part of the effort to help coffee farmers around the world.
Military Family Stores are located near major military bases and have been given the special designation as a place of welcoming and support for military communities around the country.
Patricia Revollo has been making connections since she arrived in armed forces stronghold San Antonio. Now an Honorary Commander with the USAF, she's among the many partners we're profiling as part of Starbucks commitment to hire and honor veterans and military spouses.
Starbucks will be represented along the way as runners brave challenging terrain and weather to carry a single American flag from Washington state to Florida.