The Starbucks Coffee Company Gives a $100,000 USD Grant to the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank



(Los Angeles, CA) When it comes to its history, the Starbucks Coffee Company, calls it heritage.  Fascinatingly, this heritage is guided and will always be guided, by a mission statement.  Starbucks’s mission statement is to inspire and nurture the human spirit.  Additionally; the previously said is done through one person, one cup and one neighborhood at a time.  Interestingly, Starbucks’s heritage began in the year 1971.  During its humble early stage, it was a single coffee shop in the historic Pike Place Market, which is located in the City of Seattle.  Since then, the Starbucks Coffee Company always attempts to exude something special, to its customers.  The first part of the special something, is the idea of sharing great coffee with friends.  The second part of the special something, is a commitment to make the world a little bit better.  Recently, the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank announced that, it feels very grateful towards the Starbucks Coffee Company.  Specifically; the aforementioned business revealed that, it has received a $100,000 USD grant, from the Starbucks Coffee Company.  The money will support the Food Pantry Program, which serves Los Angeles County, California U.S.A. 
            The Food Pantry Program of the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank, and for Los Angeles County, can indeed make those $100,000 dollars count.  In fact, the aforementioned organization can provide four meals, for each dollar that it receives as a donation.  However and returning to, the Starbucks Coffee Company, the aforementioned business does attempt to be more than ordinary.  For this effort, it does attempt to develop or build a connection.  In turn, the connection becomes a feeling.  The feeling then becomes part of a celebration for coffee, and, coffee’s rich tradition.  When Howard Schultz purchased the Starbucks Coffee Company in 1987, he wanted to continue building up the notion of coffee’s rich tradition.  For this effort, he turned to the Country of Italy.  Therefore, the individual Starbucks coffee shop became a transplanted, Italian coffee house.  The romance of it all, still remains to this day.  Fascinatingly, the romance of a Starbucks coffee shop, is also aided, by the name itself.  Starbucks comes from the novel, Moby Dick.  The romance reference is about the ocean, and, early coffee traders. 
            Continuing with, the Starbucks Coffee Company, the aforementioned business does do its part to fight hunger.  In fact, it reports that this year alone, it has committed to donate $1.5 million USD.  The $1.5 million dollars have been promised to 17 food bank organizations, throughout, the United States of America.  Obviously, the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank is one of those 17.  In the past, the Starbucks Coffee Company, has done similar things.  For example, in the year 2016, it donated 20 million meals, through, its own U.S. Food Share Program.  
            Returning to; the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank, the aforementioned organization fights hunger in Los Angeles County, California U.S.A.  This effort was first undertaken, in the year 1973.  In the year 2018, it distributed to families in need an approximated 67 million pounds of food.  Seniors and military veterans, are also included, in the previously stated.  As part of the previously stated figure, the monthly work breaks down to about 300,000 monthly deliveries.  As previously said, the $100,000 dollar grant will be used to financially support the mobile, Food Pantry Program.  The latter, isn’t part of the normal monthly deliveries.  In fact, it operates as a mobile market.  The mobile food pantry simply visits and waits, at a designated neighborhood or area.  The idea is to alleviate hunger, and, help what is referred to as people experiencing food insecurity.  The Los Angeles Regional Food Bank, can provide four meals, for each dollar that it receives as a donation.  Therefore, the aforementioned organization estimates that it can provide 400,000 meals, from Starbucks’s $100,000 dollar donation.  Jane Maly is the Social Impact Manager at the Starbucks Coffee Company.  Through a press statement, Ms./Mrs. Maly said the following.  Starbucks is committed to doing our part to alleviate hunger in the U.S.  Our grant to the LA Regional Food Bank’s Mobile Food Pantry Program is an expansion on our existing partnership to donate our surplus food, helping them to provide access to give kids the nourishment they need to learn and succeed.”  
            To end, the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank did release a press statement.  Michael Flood is the President and Chief Executive Officer of the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank.  Through a press statement, Mr. Flood said the following.  One in five people in Los Angeles County struggles with hunger, including more than half a million children.  We are proud to partner with Starbucks and Feeding America to ensure that people who struggle with hunger have access to wholesome meals.  This grant exemplifies what we can accomplish when we work together.”  As previously stated, the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank recently announced that, it feels very grateful towards the Starbucks Coffee Company.  Specifically; the aforementioned business revealed that, it has received a $100,000 USD grant, from the Starbucks Coffee Company.  The money will support the Food Pantry Program, which serves Los Angeles County, California U.S.A.  Lastly, the aforementioned organization can provide four meals, for each dollar that it receives as a donation.

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09/14/2019

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