Supporting Youth Workforce Development, Economic Opportunity and Inclusion & Diversity in Latin America and the Caribbean


The Starbucks Foundation has a 25-year history of investing in communities across the U.S. and globally. In March 2022, The Starbucks Foundation announced a $30 million investment by 2030 in its Global Community Impact Grants portfolio designed to drive locally relevant impact in the communities where Starbucks operates around the world.

In the second year of the Global Community Impact Grants program, The Starbucks Foundation awarded grants to nearly 65 nonprofits, all of which were nominated by Starbucks international licensees and will reach communities in more than 35 markets. Between grants and co-investment from international licensees, over $2.5 million was awarded in 2023 to date for causes aligned to The Starbucks Foundation’s community impact goals, including youth workforce development, inclusion & diversity, social services, hunger relief, economic opportunity, and coffee-, tea- and cocoa-growing communities.

In the Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC), The Starbucks Foundation awarded 22 grants across 12 markets for causes ranging from youth workforce development to economic opportunity to promoting inclusion & diversity. Grants were awarded to nonprofit organizations in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Guyana, Mexico, Puerto Rico, and Uruguay.

Learn more about the program and organizations we are supporting in LAC and across the globe.

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