Susan Burton, featured last year as a Starbucks Upstander, was in and out of prisons for years. Now, as the founder of A New Way of Life, she’s making sure that when incarcerated women are released they have a place to stay and help finding their place in the world again.
Summer fruits are as vibrant in color as they are sweet, tangy and juicy in taste. Starbucks is featuring a variety of succulent, summer fruit flavors in their new Berry Prickly Pear and Mango Pineapple Frappuccino blended Crème beverages, just in time for the season.
Mo risked his life to help the U.S. military as an interpreter in Iraq. Now, as his partners at work help him navigate a new land, he is expanding their world views. Today, on World Refugee Day, Starbucks is announcing its commitment to hire of 2,500 refugees in Europe.
Naw Eh Moo Shar Hoffman was born and raised in crowded refugee camps. On World Refugee Day, 10 years almost to the day she came to the United States, the Starbucks shift manager shares her story.
Starbucks Canada has committed to hiring at least 1,000 refugees by 2022. Store manager Dan Ardona is playing a key role in that.
On World Refugee Day, as Starbucks announces plans to hire 2,500 refugees in Europe, we are highlighting stories of refugees and their journeys to find new homelands. This is the story of Aref, a Starbucks partner working in France. His full name is being withheld.
For the fourth year in a row in honor of Pride Month, Starbucks raised its Pride flag over its SoDo headquarters Monday in recognition of the LGBTQ community.
When 26-year-old math teacher Adam Khan was growing up, he and his father Ishaq had a tradition: Every week, they’d sit at their favorite Starbucks in Reno, Nev., to catch up. It didn’t matter to Adam that he didn’t enjoy coffee nearly as much as his dad did – he simply loved their conversations.