Starbucks Foundation

Overview

Starbucks Foundation started in 1997 by funding literacy programs in the United States and Canada. Today we’re supporting communities around the globe.

The Starbucks Foundation gave $6.9 million in 2015, making 128 grants to nonprofit organizations. Grants included $3 million for Starbucks Opportunity for Youth Grants and $1.5 million in social development grants.

In 2015 Starbucks Corporation gave $29 million in cash, including $14 million to the Starbucks Foundation. Corporate giving included funding for community-building programs – including the Global Fund through our partnership with (RED)™ and other efforts – and $29.3 million in in-kind contributions.

The Starbucks Foundation believes in providing young people, ages 16 to 24 years old, with pathways to opportunity by investing in programs that equip young people with the skills required for the changing global economy.


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