Starbucks is rewarding front line responders with Free coffee. So, you can go get your coffee fix, but remember, it’s still best to stay safer at home.
Starbucks has announced it will extend its offer of FREE coffee to medical front line responders through May 31st. In addition, The Starbucks Foundation will donate $500,000 to support front-line responders.
Here are the details:
- Extended through May 31st, any customer who identifies as a front-line responder to the COVID-19 outbreak will receive a tall brewed coffee (hot or iced) at no charge.
- Additionally, The Starbucks Foundation will donate $500,000 to support U.S. front-line responders with equal donations to Direct Relief to support the delivery of personal protective equipment and essential medical items and to Operation Gratitude to deliver 50,000 care packages and handwritten letters to first responders and health care workers.
So if you are a medical worker or any other front line responder that has to be out and about, you can drive-thru and get yourself a free coffee. If you have one of their reusable cups, toss it in your car as well. You definitely deserve it.
Select Starbucks stores are now open for entryway pickup, grab-and-go service and drive-thru. At most locations, you can order ahead with the Starbucks® app, and then pick up at the door or drive-thru.
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