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Starbucks partners volunteer for community service projects across the U.S. to commemorate MLK Day. In Memphis, that means helping out at the National Civil Rights Museum.
Starbucks initiative to support local economic development in lower income communities expands with the groundbreaking of a new store in the Five Points West district of Birmingham, Alabama.
Seattle Seahawks mascot Blitz delights customers with complimentary Starbucks Cards and surprises a store manager with tickets to the team’s playoff game.
Starbucks Newsroom photographer Joshua Trujillo has captured singular moments that collectively tell a larger story of Starbucks deep and enduring connection with its partners, customers and communities around the world.
Through its actions in communities around the world, Starbucks is answering the question, “What is the role and responsibility of a for-profit, public company?”
In the months following its release, Starbucks original series of 10 multi-media stories has provided vital exposure to Americans who are working to create positive change in their communities.
Charities in Great Britain, the Netherlands, France, Switzerland and Austria receive Starbucks donations and community recognition during the season of giving.
Starbucks is lending its support of the first European Vocational Skills Week by showcasing the company’s initiatives to help young people prepare for and secure jobs.