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During the month of August, Starbucks dedicated three Military Family Stores, which are run primarily by veterans and military spouses. Each store works with a nonprofit partner in each community to provide services for veterans and their families.
Since 1995, Starbucks has offered customers free coffee grounds as part of the company’s Grounds for Your Garden program.
Bryan Stevenson’s award-winning New York Times bestseller “Just Mercy” is a powerful, true story about inequality in America and one man’s heroic pursuit of compassion, justice and truth. The memoir is available in participating U.S. Starbucks stores beginning August 18.
Marking an unprecedented day of action for Chicago youth, the 100,000 Opportunities Initiative kicked off its first-ever “Opportunity Fair & Forum," helping create pathways for the 4,000 youth in attendance.
More than 4,000 young people in Chicago took a first step toward careers at the first-ever Opportunity Fair & Forum at Chicago’s McCormick Place Convention Center.
Starbucks contributions help nonprofit football program field teams with winning attitudes.
Opportunity Fair & Forum jobseekers are advised to get to know Starbucks and let Starbucks get to know you.
Starbucks partner and retired U.S. Army Colonel Dave Van Slambrook shared his story at a U.S. Senate meeting to help address the challenges veterans face when entering the civilian job market.