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People THE STARBUCKS FOUNDATION Youth Equity Grants International Grants Disaster Response $ $ FY21 Results: More than 4 million FY21 Results: More than 40 grants FY21 Results: Nearly 4 million $ in grants awarded to organizations totaling 8 million awarded to awarded to promote resilience and serving BIPOC youth. impact communities that we serve uplift communities impacted by 18 disaster.18 In 2020, The Starbucks Foundation outside of the United States. committed to invest $ 5 million in The Starbucks Foundation supports Throughout FY21, The Starbucks nonprofits that serve BIPOC youth. communities around the world, Foundation continued to uplift In FY21, The Starbucks Foundation including in close partnership with communities affected by disaster $ finalized its grant recipients: Big our Starbucks partners and business by investing nearly 4 million Brothers Big Sisters of America, partners in local markets. In 2018, in preparedness, response and Boys & Girls Clubs of America, The Starbucks Foundation committed resilience programs around the world, City Year, Covenant House, Junior to invest in social impact programs including to support communities Achievement USA, MENTOR, Public in China and in FY21, achieved the disproportionately impacted by the $ Allies and YWCA USA. These grants milestone of 12 million in grants to increased frequency and intensity will support diversity, equity China nonprofit organizations. For of disasters due to climate change. and inclusion initiatives, youth example, the Foundation provided In addition to national support of mentorship and leadership and life a grant to the China Foundation the American Red Cross and global skills for youth through national- and for Poverty Alleviation to promote support of World Central Kitchen’s local-level programs in communities sustainable livelihoods for farmers chef relief efforts, the Foundation across the United States. As of in Yunnan through vocational provided quick support to impacted January 2022, programs supported training and expansion of economic communities, from Hurricane Eta by the Foundation’s grants have opportunities. In FY21, The Starbucks and the Texas winter storms to the impacted more than 100,000 youth. Foundation also expanded its Miami building collapse and volcano partnership with Planet Water eruption in the Democratic Republic Foundation, engaging Starbucks of Congo. partners as volunteers to provide clean water access and hygiene education programs to communities in seven different countries. 18 The geographic scope of this data point includes all company-owned and operated markets globally.

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