Starbucks RED card

Starbucks is giving coffee lovers a way to do good every day.  Through a multi-year partnership with (RED), launched as part of the Starbucks™ Shared Planet™ commitment to communities, a contribution from every purchase made with the (STARBUCKS)RED Card will go to the Global Fund to help save lives in Africa, a key coffee growing region for Starbucks.

Through 2009, Starbucks will contribute five cents from every purchase made with the card available [online and] at participating stores in the United States and Canada. And when you register your card at you’ll also receive exclusive offers and benefits including two consecutive hours of complimentary WiFi daily at participating stores in the U.S..

Starbucks partnership with (PRODUCT)RED reinforces the company’s ongoing commitment to the people and communities that grow its coffee. This is a key component of Starbucks™ Shared Planet™, the company’s approach to doing business responsibly. Starbucks currently buys coffee from ten African countries including Burundi, Cameroon, Congo, Ethiopia, Kenya, Malawi, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia. In 2009 Starbucks plans to open Starbucks Farmer Support Centers in Ethiopia and Rwanda – a (RED) grant country.

And make sure to check out the Starbucks (RED) community where you can share photos and make a pledge to do something good every day. (

Upon registering a (STARBUCKS)RED Card, in addition to the contribution to the Global Fund you will be able to enjoy great money-saving benefits including free beverage customization such as syrups and soy milk, up to 2 hours of AT&T WiFi everyday, free refills on brewed coffee, and a free Tall beverage with the purchase of 1 lb Whole Bean Coffee

Discover all the ways you can save and register at


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