Starbucks and LinkedIn pilot program connects professionals with mentees across the U.S.
Dr. Bernard LaFayette Jr., an original Freedom Rider, director of voter registration in Selma, and leader in nonviolent resistance, was with Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on the day he died. He shares his memories of his friend – and talks about his own willingness to put his life on the line for equal treatment for all.
Adaptive athletes who train at former professional football player David Vobora’s Dallas gym joined Starbucks’ Give Good squad to hand out Starbucks gift cards to first responders and others. During the month of December, Starbucks is surprising 50,000 people with $1 million worth of $20 Starbucks Cards.
As part of that initiative to provide opportunities in underserved communities, Starbucks will open locations in 15 areas across the United States by the end of 2018. On Dec. 4, partners in Trenton, N.J., will open the company’s ninth such store.
Veterans miss the mission-driven life once they rejoin the civilian world. Many find new ways to give back, knitting together the communities they return to.
When one person is deployed, the whole family is affected. Military spouses offer practical tips on how to help.
Starbucks, Five Guys, HMSHost and other employers at the D.C. Opportunity Fair are committed to hiring, empowering teens, young adults who are not in school or working.
Starbucks Reserve Roastery in Seattle will feature merchandise from HAS HEART, which pairs veterans and artists to create designs that encapsulate individual soldiers’ journeys.