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Starbucks is leading a national effort to provide nourishing, ready-to-eat meals to people in need as part of the company’s FoodShare program, which has launched in San Antonio, Texas.
Starbucks plans to host 100 Coffee with a Cop events in U.S. stores, which will kick off in Dallas, Indianapolis, New York, Norfolk, VA and Seattle. The events will bring residents and police together to discuss relevant issues and find common ground.
Blue Star Neighbors Celebrations at Starbucks Military Family Stores call out extraordinary civilian efforts on behalf of their military neighbors.
A store manager recalls how he became a partner (employee) at Starbucks after a 27-year career in the military.
Starbucks engages government, business community and service providers to address the crisis confronting unsheltered families and children in King County.
On February 2, 2017, Starbucks Armed Forces Network, an internal veteran group, shared the following message regarding Starbucks commitment to hiring veterans and spouses.
Starbucks has announced plans to hire 10,000 refugees around the world in the 75 countries where it does business over the next five years. This plan is an extension of Starbucks ongoing commitment to create pathways to meaningful employment for veterans, military spouses and opportunity youth.
With major gifts from The Starbucks Foundation, Schultz Family Foundation and Microsoft, more than 50 local businesses and organizations respond to the crisis of children living outside and call for urgent action to expand capacity and resources.