Starbucks’ Red Cup campaign

2017-12-19 06:00
PHOTO: SuppliedStarbucks is enthusiastic about supporting communities with its ‘Red Cup’ campaign.

PHOTO: SuppliedStarbucks is enthusiastic about supporting communities with its ‘Red Cup’ campaign.

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’TIS the season of giving and Starbucks in South Africa is embracing the essence of the festive season.

“Starbucks is passionate about supporting communities close to its stores, and this year we will be supporting charities through our #GiveGood campaign,” says Clive Liversage, Starbucks Managing Executive.

Starting today for a limited time, Starbucks will serve beverages in a new red holiday cup.

The red cup encourages customers to recognise those who fill their heart and embody goodness this holiday season by writing that person’s name in the heart of the cup.

Starbucks will donate a portion of their holiday beverage sales to non-profit organisations up to a total amount of R120 000.

Starbucks has also partnered with Hamley’s Toys to bring more joy with hundreds of Hamley’s teddies being gifted to little ones.

Starbucks partners chose three charities from their neighbourhood - The New Jerusalem Children’s Home in Johannesburg, Mohau Centre of Hope for Children in Pretoria and Choc in Durban.

For more information, contact Fareed Mohammed on 079 597 9374 or fareed@taste

- Supplied.


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