Starbucks Youth Action
Starbucks Youth Action is supporting young people to make a positive impact in their community.
We work in partnership with leading charity UK Youth to provide support and funding to help under-25 year olds not in employment or education to bring their social action project to life.
Starbucks Youth Action offers employability and leadership skills to young people, as well ensuring they are abreast of the latest jobs available at Starbucks.
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Whether it is setting up a boxing club in East London, providing gift bags for children in hospital in Hampshire or introducing bee-hives to an inner-city park in Manchester, we’re committed to supporting young people who want to make things better for their community. You can check out some recent Starbucks Youth Action projects below:
- Queerdiff – Cardiff
The Queerdiff project coordinates meets and support groups for LGBT+ young people in and around the city of Cardiff.
- Muffins Dream – south
The Muffins Dream Foundation was set up this project last year with the mission to ‘provide chances for children and young people with long term illness and disability to lead a happy life’.
- Frenford Summer tournament – London
Starbucks Youth Action helped to fund Frenford Summer Tournament - a series of football tournaments for young people aged 8-21 in the local community.
- Fit2Box – London
Fit2Box is a non-contact boxing fitness workout session – coaching self-defence, keeping active, improving confidence and more. Fit2Box gets young people out of their comfort zone – overcoming their lack of confidence, self-belief and insecurities – to exercise and try their best, instead of sitting back watching TV or playing video games.
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