Free Cup of Starbucks Coffee if you Pledge 5 Hours of Volunteer Time

What if you gave 5 hours to help your community?
What if we all did?
Your small commitment could add up to something BIG.

From January 21, 2009 through January 25, 2009, when you pledge 5 hours of volunteer time, Starbucks will salute you with a free Tall brewed cup of coffee in participating U.S. Starbucks stores. Not valid at airports or Barnes & Noble locations.

Visit to learn more.

Not sure what to do with your 5 hours? You could:
– support a local food bank
– provide skills to a nonprofit
– clean up your community
– walk or run for a cause
– mentor a child or teen
– help a local family in need


1 Response to “Free Cup of Starbucks Coffee if you Pledge 5 Hours of Volunteer Time”

  1. 1 dominiquehind February 14, 2009 at 7:22 am

    I think the Starbucks pledge 5 campaign is great. It shows Starbucks commitment to trying to help the community. It’s something other corporates should be doing.

    I wonder how the current economic environment/downturn will effect corporates getting involved to make a difference with the environment and corporate social responsibility.

    It’s great that Starbucks are holding the flag and pushing other corporates to do the same.

    Have a read at my post about other CSR initatives.

    Would be interested in your thoughts.

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