Building on a longstanding commitment to advance opportunity for all, in 2020 The #starbucks Foundation committed to invest $5 million in
nonprofits that serve Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) youth.
As a next step in this initiative, The #starbucks Foundation announced the first group of nonprofit grant recipients: Big Brothers Big Sisters of America, Boys & Girls Clubs of America, City Year, Junior Achievement USA and The National Mentoring #partnership (MENTOR).
“At #starbucks, we believe it is our responsibility to build bridges and advance social and racial equity on behalf of our partners and communities, ” said #virginiatenpenny, chief social impact officer at #starbucks and executive director of The #starbucks Foundation. “We are honored to partner with nonprofits that share our aspiration for thriving and equitable communities, and which have decades of experience empowering young people. The #starbucks Foundation looks forward to supporting continued innovation of programs that address systemic
barriers to equitable outcomes and can contribute to closing the racial opportunity gap.”
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