Global Community Impact Grants

The Starbucks Foundation has over 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 a new Global Community Impact Grants portfolio designed to drive locally relevant impact in the communities where Starbucks operates around the world. 

To realize and scale the initiative, The Starbucks Foundation invites Starbucks licensees which operate the Starbucks stores across its three international regions – Asia Pacific; Europe, Middle East & Africa; and Latin America & the Caribbean – to nominate local nonprofit organizations for grants. These grants aim to support programs that create meaningful local or regional impact. As part of the initiative, Starbucks international licensees and business partners join The Starbucks Foundation in investing in local nonprofits, providing in-kind donations and engaging volunteers, for greater impact in addition to the grants.

Total of $2 million in grants awarded to 50+ NGOs across 30+ markets

Asia Pacific | Europe, Middle East, and Africa | Latin America & the Caribbean

Asia Pacific

  • Autism Resource Centre, Singapore
  • Back2School Project, New Zealand*
  • Books for Children Foundation, Thailand
  • ChildFund Korea, South Korea
  • Gawad Kalinga, Philippines
  • The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups, Hong Kong
  • HOUSE Foundation, Philippines
  • Integrated Tribal Development Foundation, Thailand
  • Junior Achievement Korea, South Korea
  • The Salvation Army Singapore, Singapore
  • Seoul Green Trust, South Korea
  • Teach for the Philippines, Philippines
  • Trust for Retailers & Retail Associates of India (TRRAIN), India*
  • Upside Youth Mentoring New Zealand, New Zealand*
  • World Vision Taiwan, Taiwan
  • Yayasan Habitat Kemanusiaan Indonesia, Indonesia
  • Yayasan Prestasi Junior Gemilang Indonesia, Indonesia

Europe, Middle East, and Africa

  • ARML-IdF, France*
  • Arpejeh, France*
  • Deutsche Kinder-und Jugendstiftung, Germany*
  • Federación de Plataformas Pinardi, Spain*
  • Foodbank Lifeline Foundation Malta, Malta*
  • Fundacja Joanny Radziwiłł Opiekuńcze Skrzydła, Poland*
  • Horse Therapy Association, Bulgaria
  • Hubbub, United Kingdom
  • Jigsaw, Ireland
  • Just a Change, Portugal*
  • Nadácia Krajina Harmonie, Slovakia*
  • Saint Nicholas the Wonderworker Foundation, Bulgaria
  • Sophia for Children, Cyprus
  • Springboard, United Kingdom
  • The Spanish Commission for Refugee Aid (CEAR), Spain*
  • Tomillo Foundation, Spain
  • We4All Cyprus, Cyprus
  • We4All Greece, Greece
  • Základní škola a Praktická škola Svítání o.p.s., Czech Republic*

Latin America & the Caribbean

  • Centro Comunitario Santa Fe, Mexico
  • Centro de Acolhida e Cultura Casa Um (Casa 1), Brazil*    
  • Corazones Solidarios de El Salvador, El Salvador*
  • Educación para Compartir, Mexico
  • Educo El Salvador, El Salvador*
  • Educo Guatemala, Guatemala*
  • Fundación Canguro, Uruguay*
  • Fundación Forge Argentina, Argentina
  • Fundación Forge Chile, Chile
  • Fundación Forge Colombia, Colombia
  • Fundación Forge Mexico, Mexico
  • Fundación John Langdon Down, Mexico        
  • Fundación Mitz, Mexico
  • Fundación Selenna, Chile*
  • Gerando Falcões, Brazil*
  • Hábitat para la Humanidad República Dominicana, Dominican Republic
  • Impacto Digital, Argentina*
  • Inglês Para Nossa Gente, Brazil*
  • La Fondita de Jesús, Puerto Rico*
  • Living Water Community, Trinidad and Tobago*
  • Proyecto Daniel, Costa Rica*
  • Transforma, Peru*
  • Únete, Mexico
  • World Vision Colombia, Colombia

* Indicates organizations that The Starbucks Foundation has recommended for a grant to be awarded, pending a complete due diligence review.