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Starbucks PH reveals new digital services and grants USD 70,000 to local non-profit orgs!

Starbucks Philippines has awarded over USD 70,000 in grants to local non-profit organizations while revealing new digital services.
Starbucks PH reveals new digital services and grants USD 70,000 to local non-profit orgs!
Several new digital services

Starbucks continues to improve customer experiences

During a media roundtable, Starbucks Philippines went in-depth on the company's sustainability efforts and new digital services. Both are in line with the company's commitment to give back to the planet while improving the customer experience.

First up, the Starbucks Foundation is committing USD 30 million investment in Global impact grants by 2030. These grants aim to support meaningful and impactful programs both locally and regionally. This in turn has allowed Starbucks Philippines to award a total of USD 70,000 to Gawad Kalinga, HOUSE Foundation, and Teach for the Philippines. The said grants are directed to hunger relief and youth development programs from the second half of 2022 to the first half of 2023.

We're very grateful for the continued support our customers and media partners have given Starbucks Philippines. As we introduce more initiatives to enhance the Starbucks Experience, I look forward to collaboratively creating a better future for all, said Noey Lopez, President & CEO of Starbucks
Starbucks Rewards now connected with Grab and LAZADA
Starbucks Rewards is now connected with Grab and LAZADA

Next up is that the company has connected Starbucks Rewards with Grab and LAZADA. Starting June 23, 2022, Starbucks Rewards allows customers to earn 1 Star for every PHP 40 spent on Starbucks orders. Every 100 Stars collected converts to a free Starbucks beverage or food reward that is redeemable in Starbucks stores nationwide.

Starbucks Philippines also now allows eGifting through GrabGift and GLife. This allows customers to digitally send Starbucks favorites to their loved ones. Starbucks eGifts can be purchased starting at PHP 100 on GrabGifts and starting at PHP 300 on GLife. eGifts from GLife can be used to pay in Starbucks stores while eGifts from GrabGifts can be used to purchase orders from Starbucks on GrabFood.
Food donations pick-up and delivery

Through its ongoing partnership with Grab, participating stores can connect with Grab drivers to pick up and deliver food donations daily. These donations are delivered to the Philippine Food Bank Foundation, a local non-profit organization. To date, the program has served over 50,000 meals from more than 200 stores. The company is expected to expand the program to more stores outside Metro Manila.

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