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Starbucks: The Starbucks Foundation Announces 10 New Grants as Part of Its Commitment to Uplift 1 Million Women and Girls by 2030

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The Starbucks Foundation continues to advance its goal to positively impact 1 million women and girls in coffee-, tea- and cocoa-growing communities by 2030. They continue to do this by partnering with non-profit organizations to promote economic opportunity and empowerment, advance women’s leadership and increase access to clean water, sanitation and hygiene. To date, Starbucks Foundation has impacted 484,000 women and girls and are on track to reach our goal to uplift 1 million women by 2030.

For 2024, The Starbucks Foundation is supporting ten new Origin Grant projects totaling nearly $4 million and benefitting over 19,000 women in eight origin countries across Africa, Asia Pacific and Latin America.

“Through our Origin Grants program, we are proud to work with nonprofits across the world to uplift women in coffee-, tea-, and cocoa-growing communities with a goal to create opportunities and ultimately improve lives through the empowerment of women. While we have a responsibility to care for people across the entire coffee supply chain, we know that when we invest in a woman, there are ripple effects and positive outcomes for her family and the larger community,” said Kelly Goodejohn, Starbucks chief social impact officer.

To read more about the Starbucks Foundation’s work with CARE and other organizations, click here.

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