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PHOENIX, Ariz. - Dutch Bros Locations in the Greater Phoenix-Area Shake it for Ryan House

7/21/2016 -

Ryan House LogoPHOENIX, Ariz. (July 21, 2016) – It is time to Shake it for Ryan House at all Dutch Bros Phoenix-area locations from Monday, July 25 to Sunday, July 31. Dutch Bros will donate $1 from every Dutch Frost sold throughout the duration of the week to Ryan House.

Ryan House is a local non-profit that offers world-class respite and end of life care to children with life-threatening conditions. Ryan House offers truly unique services. Children are able to participate in activities that nurture family relationships, as well as receive the care they need in a comfortable, welcoming environment that feels like home.

“I consider Ryan House as one of the most special places in all of Phoenix!” said Caleb Berkey, Dutch Bros West Arizona owner. “The kids that come under Ryan House care are going through some of the most difficult physical aliments that one could possibly fathom. We at Dutch Bros are the lucky ones that get the opportunity to partner and help support all that they do for the youth and the parents of this greater Phoenix valley.”

“The Ryan House has really left a mark in our community, and on our hearts here in Phoenix,” said Josh Hayes, Dutch Bros Arizona regional manager. “We were so lucky to have found them when we did, and to have the opportunity to learn more about what they do. In turn, help serve them and the many children and families who face severe medical and emotional adversity on a daily basis.”

For one week, all 18 Dutch Bros locations in the Phoenix-area will donate $1 from every Dutch Frost sold. Proceeds from this week will support Ryan House as they continue to be a light for local children and their families going through a dark time in life.

“We are so thankful that Ryan House exists and we hope to be a blessing to them through our employee volunteer work, finances and general public awareness for their cause,” said Caleb.

To find a location near you, please visit dutchbros.com/locations. Together, let’s Shake it for Ryan House and show local children with life-threatening conditions that they are not on this journey alone.

“It is a great honor to be able to support the Ryan House's cause and to be able to involve the many customers we interact with on a daily basis,” said Josh. “This will be our third year joining force with Ryan House, and we look forward to the results. Thank you to all who will be coming out to support us next week!”

For more information about Ryan House, please visit ryanhouse.org or call (602) 200-0767, option 3.

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WOODLAND, Calif. - Dutch Bros Woodland Supports Wendi Locatelli

7/20/2016 -

Wendi LocatelliWOODLAND, Calif. (July 20, 2016) – On Monday, July 25, both Dutch Bros Woodland will donate proceeds from the day’s sales to Wendi Locatelli to help offset medical expenses.

In May, Wendi was hospitalized with a life-threatening infection, which put her into a coma. Upon waking up, she realized that this infection, due to sepsis, had led to the amputation of both her legs and a arm. Wendi is a kind and generous woman, a loving wife and a mother of three young children. Wendi and her family are now adjusting to this new chapter in their lives.                                                                          

On Monday, both Dutch Bros Woodland will donate proceeds from the day’s sales, as well as have on-site donation buckets for community members wanting to contribute more. All funds will support the Locatelli family with the recent medical expenses accrued from this life-altering situation. 

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CHICO, Calif. - Dutch Bros Chico Celebrates Newest Location by Donating Over $7,000

7/19/2016 -

Dutch Bros ChicoCHICO, Calif. (July 19, 2016) – On Thursday, Dutch Bros Chico celebrated its fourth location at 196 Humboldt Ave., by donating $7,277 to the National Alzheimer’s Association.

“We are especially thrilled that because of the support of the community, we’ll be donating $7,277 to the National Alzheimer’s Association toward the tremendous work they do everyday,” said Dan Richardson, Dutch Bros Chico owner. “Thank you, Chico! We are blessed beyond words to call Chico home."

To raise funds, this new Dutch Bros stand, located in downtown Chico, celebrated its opening for a span of 24-hours. From 5 a.m. on Thursday, July 14 to 5 a.m. on Friday, July 15, this new Chico Dutch Bros served up all 16-oz. drinks for $1, This included specialty coffee, smoothies, freezes, and Dutch Bros private-label energy drink, Dutch Bros Blue Rebel™. Proceeds from the day will support the National Alzheimer’s Association as they continue to fund research and support those with this disease.

“It was amazing to see the Chico community come out to celebrate the opening of our new downtown location!” said Dan. “It’s a blast to be a part of this community, and we can’t wait to get to know our new neighbors.”

This new downtown location will be open 24 hours a day.

Like Dutch Bros Chico on Facebook at facebook.com/dutchbroschicoca or follow them on Instagram at instagram.com/dutchbroschico to stay up-to-date with local promotions.

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FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. - Dutch Bros Flagstaff Raises Over $4,000 for Local Animals

7/19/2016 -

Dutch Bros FlagstaffFLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (July 19, 2016) – On Monday, July 11, Dutch Bros Flagstaff partnered with their community to raise $4,100 for Second Chance Center for Animals.  

“I'm so excited we were able to get such an amazing outcome!” said Sam Sanchez, Dutch Bros Flagstaff owner. “It is so great to see a community come together and get involved in a local event that can help enrich so many lives!”

To raise funds, Dutch Bros Flagstaff donated proceeds from the day’s sales. Funds will support this local center for animals as they continue to find every homeless dog and cat in Northern Arizona their forever homes. These proceeds will also support a variety of programs at Second Chance, including an animal shelter, intervention, community involvement, and rescue partnerships.

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AUBURN, Calif. - Dutch Bros Auburn Supports Toran Maronic

7/15/2016 -

Toran Maronic

AUBURN, Calif. (July 15, 2016) – On Wednesday, July 20, Dutch Bros Auburn, located at 3995 Grass Valley Hwy, will donate proceeds from the day to the Toran Maronic's recovery fund.

Toran Maronic, a senior at Bear River High School, recently endured a Diffuse Axonal Injury, during a no-pads, touch football tournament at a camp in Morro Bay. Toran, known for his caring heart, his positivity and his passion towards life is on the road to recovery from this brain injury.

"The Maronic family has a long road ahead of them, but they know they can do it with all the continued support and love from their community!" said Dutch Bros Auburn owner, Heather Mauel.  

On Wednesday, the 3995 Grass Valley Hwy Dutch Bros location in Auburn will donate proceeds from the day’s sales to support Toran as he continues to recover from his Diffuse Axonal Injury. Funds will help Toran and his family with his recovery from what was truly a freak accident.

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BEND, Ore. - Dutch Bros Central Oregon Helps Two Local Girls with Medical Expenses

7/15/2016 -

Taylor Laidlaw and Ashley McNeil

BEND, Ore. (July 15, 2016) – On Wednesday, July 20, Dutch Bros Central Oregon will donate proceeds from the day sales to two local girls to help offset medical expenses.

Taylor Laidlaw and Ashley McNeil have both endured the trials and tribulations of living with life-altering conditions. Taylor is currently in remission and Ashley is still receiving treatment for her Lyme Disease, and is paying for most of it out-of-pocket. Both of these young women have accrued a substantial amount of medical expenses due to much needed medical treatments.

“We became aware of both of these young ladies needs earlier in the year and wanted to be able to help them both. We thought a proceeds day would be a great way to do this and engage the Central Oregon community to rally around two really special people,” said Kaelyn Costa, Dutch Bros Central Oregon owner.  “We are so glad to have this opportunity to bless them because both are customers and well known by our Dutch Bros family. We wanted to be able to give back some of the joy they have brought to us and our employees lives.”

On Wednesday, all nine Dutch Bros locations in Bend, Redmond and Sisters will donate proceeds from the day’s sales to Taylor and Ashley. Fund will helps these young women with medical expenses. Dutch Bros will also have on-site donation buckets for those community members wanting to contribute more.

“Ashley said her next treatment wouldn’t have been possible without the incoming funds to be raised on July 20,” said Kaelyn. “We are so happy and humbled to be able to help both girls out!”

To find a location near you visit, dutchbros.com/locations

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CHICO, Calif. - Dutch Bros Chico Celebrates Fourth Location

7/12/2016 -

Dutch Bros Chico StorefrontCHICO, Calif. (July 12, 2016) - Dutch Bros Chico welcomes its fourth location at 196 Humboldt Ave., on Thursday, July 14. To celebrate, this new location will offer the community 24 hours of $1 drinks with proceeds supporting the National Alzheimer’s Association.

“To kick things off, we will be celebrating our official opening by offering all16-oz. drinks for $1, and all funds will go to the National Alzheimer’s Association,” said Dan Richardson, Dutch Bros Chico owner. “So many families are impacted by this terrible disease, and I personally just lost a friend to it. Come on by, get your favorite Dutch Bros beverage, share the Dutch Luv and support a great cause!"

Funds from the day will benefit the National Alzheimer’s Association as they continue to work towards a world without Alzheimer’s.

On grand opening day, from 5 a.m. on Thursday, July 14 to 5 a.m. on Friday, July 15, all 16-oz. drinks, including specialty coffee, freezes, smoothies, and Dutch Bros private label energy drink, Dutch Bros Blue Rebel™ will be $1.

"The new downtown shop has been in the works for several years now, and we are so excited to be part of the downtown community,” said Dan.

Dan Richardson is the local owner and operator of Dutch Bros Chico. This will be his fourth location in the area, and will be open 24 hours a day.

Like Dutch Bros Chico on Facebook at facebook.com/dutchbroschicoca or follow them on Instagram at instagram.com/dutchbroschico to stay up-to-date with local promotions.

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FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. - Dutch Bros Flagstaff Helps Provide Animals a Second Chance

7/08/2016 -

Second Chance Center for Animal LogoFLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (July 8, 2016) – On Monday, July 11, Dutch Bros Flagstaff located at 301 Regent St., will donate proceeds from the day’s sale to Second Chance Center for Animals.

Second Chance is a local nonprofit that strives to place every homeless dog and cat in Northern Arizona in their forever homes. Second Chance offers a variety of programs including an animal shelter, intervention, community involvement, and rescue partnerships.

“Two of my greatest loves on this planet are coffee and pets!” said Sam Sanchez, Dutch Bros Flagstaff owner. “If I could speak for most of the animal lovers out there they would say that they wish they could adopt them all." Obviously it's not realistic, but if we can make any sort of impact on these adorable pets lives while they await to find new pet parents that would be awesome.”

On Monday, Dutch Bros Flagstaff will donate proceeds from the day’s sales to Second Chance. Funds will support this animal center as they continue to find forever homes for as many homeless dogs and cats as possible.

 “We hope the Flagstaff community will stop by to purchase their favorite beverage on July 11 and help save a life!” said Sam.

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ROSEVILLE, Calif. - Dutch Bros Welcomes New Location in Roseville

7/08/2016 -

Dutch Bros RosevilleROSEVILLE, Calif. (July 8, 2016) – On Tuesday, July 12, Dutch Bros will celebrate its newest location at 1225 Baseline Rd., with 24-hours of free drinks.

On Tuesday beginning at 5 a.m. and ending on Wednesday, July 13 at 5 a.m., Dutch Bros Roseville will provide their community with free 16-oz. drinks, including specialty coffee, smoothies, freezes, and Dutch Bros private label energy drink, Dutch Bros Blue Rebel™.

"We are so anxious for our shop to finally be open in Roseville!” said Mattie Place, Dutch Bros Roseville owner. “It has been a long time coming and we truly hope our customers are blown away with the drinks, the friendly service and the overall environment."

This new location is locally owned and operated by Brian and Mattie Place, who also own Dutch Bros Granite Bay. This will be the duos second Dutch Bros location. Like Dutch Bros Roseville on Facebook at facebook.com/DutchBrosGraniteBayRoseville or follow them on Instagram at instagram.com/dutchbrosroseville

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LOVELAND, Colo. - Dutch Bros Joins the Loveland Community

6/10/2016 -

Dutch Bros Loveland StorefrontLOVELAND, Colo. (June 10, 2016) – Dutch Bros Coffee is proud to announce a new location opening in Loveland, Colo. at 125 W. 143rd St. on Wednesday, June 15.

This Dutch Bros location will be the fifth stand in the state of Colorado. On grand opening day, Dutch Bros Loveland will offer all 16-oz. drinks including specialty coffee, freezes, smoothies, teas, and our private label energy drink, Blue Rebel™ for free from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. 

Nate Frary is the local owner and operator of Dutch Bros Loveland and is excited to bring the Dutch Bros culture to this city, and is ready to begin creating relationships with his new community.

Nate began his Dutch Bros journey as the local franchisee in Kennewick, Wash., where he was for eight years and operated four locations during this time. He is leaving Kennewick with the love and support from his crew and his community to begin this new chapter of fostering compelling futures and supporting local causes, while providing good drinks and positive vibes.

“I am looking forward for the opportunity to go out there and help be a pioneer and establish Dutch Bros in a new area,” said Nate. “Just like we did when we came to Kennewick.”

This new location in Loveland will be open daily from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. You can follow Dutch Bros Loveland on Facebook at facebook.com/dutchbrosloveland, and on Instagram at instagram.com/dutchbrosloveland.

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TWIN FALLS, Idaho - Dutch Bros Twin Falls Remembers Ryan Franklin

6/10/2016 -

Ryan FranklinTWIN FALLS, Idaho (June 10, 2016) – On Sunday, June 12, Dutch Bros Twin Falls will hold a proceeds day in honor of Ryan Franklin to support his family in their time of need.

Ryan, known for his selflessness and love for people, lost his life after a car collided with him while he was cycling, he was 34 years old. Ryan wore a variety of hats in the Magic Valley including a firefighter, a teacher, a coach, a cyclist, a husband, and a father to four young children.

Ryan was a mentor to many in the Magic Valley community including multiple Dutch Bros employees. The crew will remember Ryan’s genuine spirit and work ethic. They are ready to rally with their community to support the Franklin family.

 “We are so blessed to live in a community that continually comes together to show love and support for others,” said Adam Hanby, Dutch Bros Twin Falls owner.  

On June 12, Dutch Bros Twin Falls will donate proceeds from the day’s sales from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. The Twin Falls Fire Department will also be on-site hosting a Fill the Boot fundraiser for community members wanting to contribute more. All funds will directly benefit the wife and children of Ryan Franklin as they adjust to a new chapter in their lives.

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LEBANON, Ore. - Dutch Bros Lebanon Raises $4,500 for a Local Skate Park

6/06/2016 -

Dutch Bros Lebanon Grand OpeningLEBANON, Ore. (June 6, 2016) - On Thursday, May 26, Dutch Bros celebrated their newest location with a community giveback and raised $4,500 for the Lebanon Skate Park.

To celebrate this newest location at 500 Market St., the stand offered all 16-oz. drinks for $1. Funds raised on May 26 will directly benefit the Lebanon Skate Park expansion project. The park is a place that connects community members to create relationships that promote positive behaviors and self-esteem.

This new location will be open Sunday through Thursday from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. and on Fridays and Saturdays from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m.

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GRANITE BAY, Calif. - Dutch Bros Granite Bay Rallies for Del Oro to Raise $2,200 for Grad Night

5/24/2016 -

Dutch Bros Cu Logo GRANITE BAY, Calif. (May 24, 2016) – On Friday, May 20, Dutch Bros Granite Bay partnered with their community to raise $2,200 to support Del Oro High School’s Grad Night.

This is the second year that Dutch Bros Granite Bay has rallied with their community to raise funds for Del Oro High School Grad Night. This event, hosted by parent volunteers is a way to celebrate graduating seniors in a safe and sober environment.

“We are so excited to be a part of Del Oro High School's sober grad night for the second year in a row!” said Mattie Place, Dutch Bros Granite Bay owner. “It's great to know we're helping keep students safe on their graduation night.”

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LEBANON, Ore. - Dutch Bros Celebrates Newest Location and Supports the Lebanon Skate Park

5/24/2016 -

Dutch Bros Lebanon StorefrontLEBANON, Ore. (May 24, 2016) - On Thursday, May 26, Dutch Bros Lebanon will celebrate the Grand Opening of the newest location, at 500 Market St., by donating the day’s proceeds to the Lebanon Skate Park.

On Thursday, the new location will offer all 16-oz. drinks, including specialty coffee, smoothies, freezes, and Dutch Bros private label energy drink, Blue Rebel™ for $1.

Proceeds from the Grand Opening will support the park's expansion as they try to utilize the land to continue to provide a place to connect community members, as well as to enhance positive behaviors and esteem through relationships formed at the park. 

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MERIDIAN, Idaho - Dutch Bros Meridian Raises Over $6,000 for West Ada Education Foundation

5/24/2016 -

Dutch Bros Cup LogoMERIDIAN, Idaho (May 24, 2016) - On Friday, May 20, Dutch Bros Meridian partnered with the community to raise $6,045 in support of the West Ada School District.

“We are very honored to partner with the West Ada Education Foundation,” said Natalie Brown, Dutch Bros Meridian Community Relations Specialist.

On Friday, all four Dutch Bros Meridian locations donated $1 from every drink sold. These funds will directly benefit hands-on students learning in the West Ada School District through field trips.

 “As a parent with a child in the West Ada school district, it a blessing to help an organization whose purpose is to help ignite the creative minds of our future generations through field trips,” continued Natalie.

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GRANITE BAY, Calif. - Dutch Bros Granite Bay Donates $2,800 to Grad Night

5/17/2016 -

Dutch Bros Cup LogoGRANITE BAY, Calif. (May 17, 2016) – On Friday, May 13, Dutch Bros Granite Bay, located at 8663 Auburn Folsom Rd., raised  $2,800 to support Granite Bay High School’s Safe and Sober Grad Night celebration.  

“Friday went well! It was a very busy day and it was nice to see people go out of their way to come get a drink knowing it was going to a good cause,” said Mattie Place, Dutch Bros Granite Bay owner. “To keep students safe and sober on graduation night!

Over 500 students from Granite Bay high school will be in attendance at Grad Night to celebrate their academic success with their friends. This event is planned and hosted by local parent volunteer to celebrate graduating seniors in a safe, sober and enjoyable environment.

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WOODLAND, Calif. - Dutch Bros Woodland Remembers Local Teen, Andrew Ladd

5/17/2016 -

Andrew LaddWOODLAND, Calif. (May 16, 2016) - On Thursday, May 19, Dutch Bros Woodland will donate proceeds from the day’s sales to honor the memory of Andrew Ladd to support the Ladd family in a time of need.

Andrew Ladd, known for his kind and genuine spirit, was in critical condition after the car he was a passenger lost control and crashed. He passed away on Wednesday, May 11 – he was 17 years old. Andrew frequented Dutch Bros Woodland. The crews will remember how he truly cared about making people happy, and how they were able to be part of his promposal for his senior prom.

“Our heart goes out to the family and friends of the Ladd’s,” said Sean Provost, Dutch Bros Woodland owner. “We are so grateful for Woodland’s compassion to help and want to be apart of it.”

For a span of 24 hours, Thursday, May 19 at midnight to 11:59 p.m., Dutch Bros Woodland will donate proceeds from the day to support the Ladd’s in their time of need. Dutch Bros Woodland will also provide on-site donation buckets for those wanting to contribute more.

“Thank you in advance for showing up to help!” said Sean.

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FRESNO, Calif. - Dutch Bros Fresno Donates Over $6,900 to the Marjaree Mason Center

5/16/2016 -

Dutch Bros Cup LogoFRESNO, Calif. (May 16, 2016) – On Sunday, May 8, Dutch Bros Fresno raised $6,909 in support of the Marjaree Mason Center.

For a span of 24-hours on Mother’s Day, Dutch Bro Fresno donated $1 from every drink sold to the center that strives to empower those who have been affected by domestic violence.

Funds raised will directly benefit the center as they continue to provide education and encouragement to local adults and children who have endured the harsh scorn of domestic violence.

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GRANITE BAY, Calif. - Dutch Bros Granite Bay Supports Del Oro High School

5/16/2016 -

Dutch Bros Cup LogoGRANITE BAY, Calif. (May 16, 2016) – On Friday, May 20, Dutch Bros Granite Bay, located at 8663 Auburn Folsom Rd., will donate proceeds from the day’s sales to support Grad Night at Del Oro High School.

"We care about the well-being and safety of our community's teenagers and if us being a part of it helps them stay safe and sober we're happy to do it!" said Mattie Place, Dutch Bros Granite Bay owner.

Del Oro’s Grad Night is fundraised and hosted by parent volunteers. The night is to celebrate graduating high school seniors as they finish up their high school careers. The event is held in a safe and sober environment where teens are able to commemorate their educational success with their peers before embarking on their futures.

Proceeds from May 20 sales will directly benefit the celebration of Del Oros’ seniors at Grad Night.

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MERIDIAN, Idaho - Dutch Bros Meridian Rallies for West Ada’s Education Foundation

5/16/2016 -

Education Foundation of the West Ada School DistrictMERIDIAN, Idaho (May 16, 2016) – On Friday, May 20, Dutch Bros Meridian will donate proceeds from the day’s sales to support students in the West Ada School District. 

“We are proud to partner with the Education Foundation of the West Ada School District,” said Jeff Yarnall, Dutch Bros Meridian owner. “It means a lot to us that this organization puts the well-being of the youth in our community at the forefront of their mission.”

On Friday, all four Dutch Bros locations in Meridian will donate $1 from every drink sold to the West Ada’s Education Foundation. These funds will further support the opportunity for students in the West Ada School District to receive hands-on learning through field trips.

To find a location near you, please visit: www.dutchbros.com/locations

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GRANTS PASS, Ore. - Dutch Bros' Drink One for Dane Raises $758,500 for MDA and ALS Research

5/12/2016 -

Drink One for Dane Day 2016GRANTS PASS, Ore. (May 12, 2016) - Friday, May 6, marked Dutch Bros’ annual Drink One for Dane day. On this day, Dutch Bros celebrated 10 years of fighting Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, ALS and, with the help of the community, raised a record breaking $758,500 for the Muscular Dystrophy Association, MDA. 

All 263 Dutch Bros locations in seven states donate proceeds from their day’s sales to MDA in support of ALS research and family services. This record breaking year surpassed last year’s donation by nearly 50 percent – bringing the company’s total donation over the past 10 years to over $2.53 million. Funds will benefit MDA in hopes of finding a cause and a cure for ALS. 

"The impact that is made by our community is beyond what I could have ever imagined," said Travis Boersma, Dutch Bros co-founder. "My mind is blown every year by the generosity of our customers, franchisees and broistas. Thank you." 
 
Drink One for Dane day will always be a way the Dutch Bros family can honor its late co-founder, Dane Boersma, who passed away from this disease in 2009. Dutch Bros, as a company, is still influenced by Dane’s inspiration, love and passion for music, a compelling future for all and good vibes. 

ALS is a disease that impacts so many lives within Dutch Bros and its communities. It is an incurable disease that affects the parts in the nervous system that control muscle movement. Most people who are diagnosed with this fatal disease usually lose their battle within three to five years. 

“The results from this year’s Drink One for Dane day and the outpouring of support from the Dutch Bros community on this 10th anniversary of the event is nothing short of astonishing. The Muscular Dystrophy Association is incredibly grateful for Dutch Bros’ continued support and partnership in the fight against ALS,” said MDA Senior Vice President & Scientific Program Director, Grace Pavlath. “This investment will help MDA make enormous strides in developing treatments and, ultimately, a cure for ALS.”

Together, we are making a difference to end ALS. Dutch Bros will continue to rally for those affected with this disease until a cause and a cure is discovered. 

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GRANITE BAY, Calif. - Dutch Bros Granite Bay Rallies with Granite Bay High School

5/09/2016 -

Dutch Bros Cup LogoGRANITE BAY, Calif. (May 9, 2016) – On Friday, May 13, Dutch Bros Granite Bay, located at 8663 Auburn Folsom Rd., will donate proceeds from the day’s sales to Granite Bay High School’s Safe and Sober Grad Night celebration.  

Around 550 graduating seniors at Granite Bay high school will attend Grad Night. Local parent volunteers plan and host this event as a way to celebrate graduates in a safe, sober and fun environment.

"We care about the well-being and safety of our community's teenagers and if us being a part of it helps them stay safe and sober we're happy to do it!" said Mattie Place, Dutch Bros Granite Bay owner.

On May 13, proceeds from Dutch Bros Granite Bay will directly benefit Granite Bay High School’s Grad Night to celebrate our local high school seniors and the next steps of their life’s journey.

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SEASIDE, Ore. - Dutch Bros Seaside Supports Local High School Scholarship

5/09/2016 -

Dutch Bros Cup LogoSEASIDE, Ore. (May 9, 2016) – On Thursday, May 12, Dutch Bros Seaside will donate proceeds from their day’s sales to the Seaside High School Faculty Scholarship.

The Seaside High School Faculty Scholarship is awarded to one high school senior every year. After nomination, an essay and an interview, the faculty provides their input via a selection process.

On May 12, Dutch Bros Seaside will partner with their community to raise funds for this scholarship that rewards a local high school senior for their dedication to their education, and supports them as they continue their academic journey.

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FRESNO, Calif. - Dutch Bros Fresno Celebrates Mother’s Day with the Marjaree Mason Center

5/06/2016 -

Marjaree Mason Center LogoFRESNO, Calif. (May 6, 2016) – On Mother’s Day, May 8, Dutch Bros Fresno will donate $1 from every drink sold to the Marjaree Mason Center.

The Marjaree Mason Center, through education and advocacy, strives to empower those who have been affected by domestic violence. The center has a vision to have a community that is free of domestic violence.

“We are happy to have the ability to donate to so many worthy causes in the Central Valley,” said Genesis Wilson, Dutch Bros Fresno owner. “Mother's day is a special one for us, because we get to honor mothers and support a worthy local cause while we are at it.”

On Mother’s Day, Dutch Bros Fresno will run a 24-hour promotion, from 12 a.m. on Sunday May 8 to 12 a.m. on Monday, May 9. The locations will donate $1 from every drink sold to the Marjaree Mason Center. Funds will directly benefit the center as they continue to empower local adults and children who have suffered from domestic violence.

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PHOENIX, Ariz. - Dutch Bros Arizona Donates $13,000 to the Boys & Girls Club of Metro Phoenix

5/05/2016 -

Dutch Bros Cup LogoPHOENIX, Ariz. (May 5, 2016) - On Saturday, April 30, Dutch Bros rallied with the community to raise $13,000 for the Boys & Girls Club of Metro Phoenix.

Through numerous programs and support, the Boys & Girls Club of Metro Phoenix strives to keep local youth off of the streets, and safe after school.  

On April 30, Dutch Bros locations east of the I-17 donated a portion of every drink sold to the Boys & Girls Club. Funds from all 15 locations will benefit the local Boys & Girls Club as they continue to inspire local youth to reach their full potential as responsible citizens.

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GRANTS PASS, Ore. - Dutch Bros Gears Up for Year 10 of Drink One for Dane and the Fight to End ALS

5/02/2016 -

Drink One for Dane GRANTS PASS, Ore. (May 2, 2016) – Dutch Bros’ annual Drink One for Dane Day is Friday, May 6. On this day, all Dutch Bros locations will donate proceeds from the day’s sales to the Muscular Dystrophy Association, MDA. 

Over the past nine years, Dutch Bros has joined forces with their communities to donate over $1.7 million to MDA to benefit Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, ALS, research and family services, donating $506,000 just last year. May 6 will celebrate 10 years of partnering with MDA in hopes of finding a cause and a cure for ALS, a disease that impacts so many lives. 

“It is really unimaginable that we have been doing Drink One for Dane for 10 years now,” said Travis Boersma, Dutch Bros Co-founder. “The progress that has been made in ALS research is inspiring, but there is still a long way to go.”

ALS is a disease that affects the parts of the nervous system that control muscle movement. There is currently no cure for ALS, and the disease is fatal - most people who are diagnosed will typically lose their battle within three to five years. 

“We want to thank Dutch Bros and all of the baristas for everything they have done for MDA and to fight ALS,” said Amanda Haidet-Phillips, MDA Scientific Program Officer. “It is important to know that there is not a cure yet and there is still a lot of progress that needs to be made. So, let’s move forward as we celebrate Drink One for Dane and do everything we can to end ALS.”

Drink One for Dane day will forever hold a special place in the Dutch Bros world – as we lost one of the company’s co-founders, Dane Boersma, in 2009 because of this incurable disease. Dutch Bros will continue to honor the legacy of a man who was known to inspire and love everyone around him, and to fight until there is a cure.

“I hope everyone will join us and stand together against ALS,” said Travis. “In the words of Dane, ‘Let’s make this day bitchin’!”

ALS is a disease that touches the lives of many in Dutch Bros and their communities. All 262 locations in seven states will donate proceeds from May 6 to support family, friends, co-workers and neighbors who are or have been affected by this disease. Together, we can make a difference to end ALS. 

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SILVERTON, Ore. - Dutch Bros Silverton and Community Raise Over $1,000 for Local Child

4/29/2016 -

Dutch Bros Cup LogoSILVERTON, Ore. (April 29, 2016) – On Tuesday, April 25, Dutch Bros Silverton and the community raised $1,178 in support of the Bilyeu family's continued battle with their son’s Cystic Fibrosis.

Teigan Bilyeu was diagnosed with Cystic Fibrosis shortly after birth. Now, the 18-month old must endure hands-on Physical Chest Therapy to combat infections caused by mucus buildup in his lungs and digestive system. This therapy can be administered in a less harsh manner via vest therapy, which is an air pulse generator.

On Tuesday, Dutch Bros Silverton donated $1 from every drink sold to help the Bilyeu family, as well as provided on-site donation buckets for those community members wanted to donate more. Funds will help the family purchase this expensive vest therapy machine for their son, which their insurance have denied to cover.

For those still wanting to donate, but were unable to make it out to Dutch Bros on Tuesday; contributions to the Bilyeu family and their mission of purchasing vest therapy for their son can be made at www.gofundme.com/duwn8cwk.

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FRESNO, Calif. - Dutch Bros Fresno Celebrates Grand Opening by Raising Over $5,000

4/28/2016 -

Dutch Bros Fresno's Grand OpeningFRESNO, Calif. (April 28, 2016) – On Monday, April 25, Dutch Bros Fresno celebrated their newest location by partnering with the community to raise $5,544 for Valley Children’s Healthcare.

For a span of 24-hours, this new Dutch Bros location sold all drinks for $1 with proceeds benefitting this local nonprofit children’s hospital. These funds will support the hospital as they continue to provide high-quality services to the children they serve.

“We had such fun at our grand opening and can’t wait to get to know our customers better,” said Brent Wilson, Dutch Bros Fresno owner. “It was made even better by the amazing support created for the Valley Children’s Healthcare.”

The new Dutch Bros runs a Espresso Bar model, which mean this location operates the company’s traditional drive-thru model which will be open 24-hours a day. It will also feature a walk-in aspect that will enable the community to come into the building, get their coffee and create long-lasting relationships with the Dutch Bros crews. This walk-in feature will be open Sunday through Thursday from 5:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. and on Fridays and Saturdays until 11 p.m.  

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SPOKANE, Wash. - Dutch Bros Spokane Celebrates Grand Opening and Raises Over $4,000

4/28/2016 -

Dutch Bros Spokane's Grand OpeningSPOKANE, Wash. (April 28, 2016)  - On Tuesday, April 26, in celebration of their newest location at 3421 N. Market St., Dutch Bros Spokane rallied with their community to raise $4,562 for Rogers High School’s College Readiness Program.

"We were blown away by the unbelievable turnout to support Rogers High School's College Readiness Program,” said Kevin Parker, Dutch Bros Spokane owner. “The line was about three or four blocks long most of the day.”

Proceeds raised on Tuesday will benefit Rogers High School’s College Readiness Program. This program supports students at Rogers high as they prepare for their journey to higher education.

“Rogers has a special place in Hillyard's and Spokane's heart,” said Kevin. “Our staff was excited to partner with Rogers and help students get to college."

This new location in Spokane will be open Sunday through Thursday from 5 a.m. to 10.m. and on Fridays and Saturdays from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. 

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PHOENIX, Ariz.- Dutch Bros Arizona Donates Proceeds to the Boys & Girls of Metro Phoenix

4/27/2016 -

Boys & Girls Club of Metro Phoenix LogoPHOENIX, Ariz. (April 27, 2016) – On Saturday, April 30, Dutch Bros Arizona will donate a portion of each drink sold to the Boys & Girls Club of Metro Phoenix.

The Boys & Girls Club of Metro Phoenix is dedicated to assisting youth in the Phoenix area to understand and reach their full potential and to become compassionate and responsible citizens. 

“We will create a donation of over $10,000 from drinks sold that day,” said Jim Thompson, Dutch Bros Phoenix owner. “Our employees love these giveback events, and our great customers visit in big numbers to support these causes. Giving back to our community is extremely important to all Dutch Bros Franchisees, crews and community members.”

On April 30, all 15 Dutch Bros locations east of the I-17 will donate a portion of each drink sold to the Boys & Girls Club of Metro Phoenix. These funds will support the local nonprofit as they continue to provide youth programs that will keep them off of the streets, and safe after school hours.

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CHICO, Calif. - Dutch Bros Chico Teams Up to Support Local High School Sports

4/26/2016 -

Dutch Bros Cup LogoCHICO, Calif. (April 26, 2016) - On Friday, April 29, Dutch Bros Chico will donate $1 from every drink sold to various high school sport booster programs around the area.

“High school sports encourage a vibrant, active lifestyle as well as teach many valuable life lessons,” said Dan Richardson Dutch Bros Chico owner. “Unfortunately, budget issues have had an impact on our local high school sports.”

On Friday, the 480 E. Park Ave. location will donate proceeds to Durham High School, the 2393 Cohasset Rd. location to Pleasant Valley High School and the 1733 Esplanade location to Chico High School. Funds will benefit the high school’s sports booster programs as they continue to provide support to their athletic programs.

“Each location will be donating to a different local high school,” said Dan. “Come on out, enjoy your favorite delicious beverage and support our local students!”

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SILVERTON, Ore. - Dutch Bros Silverton Supports the Bilyeu Family’s Battle with Cystic Fibrosis

4/22/2016 -

The Bilyeu FamilySILVERTON, Ore. (April 22, 2016) – On Tuesday, April 26, Dutch Bros Silverton located at 705 McClaine St., will donate proceeds from the day’s sales to support the Bilyeu family as their son Teigan continues his battle with Cystic Fibrosis.

Teigan, 18 months, was diagnosed with Cystic Fibrosis soon after birth. Cystic Fibrosis is a life threatening condition due to the impairment it causes within the body especially in the lungs and digestive system. Because of the mucus buildup in the lungs which can lead to infections, the Bilyeu’s have to perform hands-on Chest Physical Therapy on their son – a process that can be administered in a less abrasive way via an air pulse generator known as vest therapy. The vest therapy machine is expensive and insurance has denied the family.

This would be such a horrible nightmare for new parents to have to endure, being forced to do painful beats on their baby's chest to break up the buildup. How frightening for the child and heart wrenching for the parents,” said Shannon Williams, Dutch Bros Silverton owner. “As a mother I would cry every time I would have to preform that type of treatment. The vest will make it much easier on Teigan and his little body, as well as his parents.”

On Tuesday, Dutch Bros Silverton will donate $1 from every drink sold to the Bilyeu family. They will also provide on-site donation buckets for those wanting to donate more to the family. All funds will directly benefit the Bilyeu’s to help cover medical costs and potentially vest therapy.

“Silverton is such a tight knit community,” said Shannon. “This family is in a great hometown to receive the love and support of the community. I think anyone who knows what it's like to be a parent or to love someone under their care should come and support this family.”

Contributions can be made at www.gofundme.com/duwn8cwk

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SPOKANE, Wash. - Dutch Bros Supports Local High School as they Celebrate a New Location in Spokane

4/22/2016 -

Dutch Bros Cup LogoSPOKANE, Wash. (April 22, 2016) – On Tuesday, April 26, Dutch Bros Spokane, located at 3421 N. Market St., will celebrate their grand opening will a community giveback. Rogers High School for their college readiness program.

"We are so excited to be partnering with Rogers High School for our grand opening," said Kevin Parker, owner Dutch Bros Spokane. "We know how important Rogers is to the community and are very excited to support the College Readiness Program with each $1 drink sold on opening day."

On Tuesday, from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m., all 16-oz. drinks including specialty coffee, smoothies, freeze, and Dutch Bros private label energy drink, Blue Rebel™ for $1. Proceeds from the day will benefit Rogers High School as they continue to educate and inspire youth in the community.

This new location will be open Sunday through Thursday from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. and on Fridays and Saturdays from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. 

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FRESNO, Calif. - Dutch Bros Celebrates New Espresso Bar in Fresno with Community Giveback

4/20/2016 -

Dutch Bros Fresno StorefrontFRESNO, Calif. (April 20, 2016) – On Monday, April 25, Dutch Bros Fresno will celebrate its new Espresso Bar, at 1768 W. Shaw Ave., by donating proceeds from the day’s sales to the Valley Children’s Healthcare.

On Monday, from 5 a.m. to 5 a.m., this new Dutch Bros locations will serve all 16-oz. drinks, including specialty coffee, smoothies, freeze, and Dutch Bros private label energy drink, Blue Rebel™ for $1. Funds will benefit the state-of-the-art nonprofit children's hospital as they continue to provide high-quality healthcare services in hopes of improving the health and well-being of the children they serve.

This new location will have Dutch Bros’ traditional drive-thru model, which will be open 24-hours a day. Its walk-in feature will be open Sunday through Thursday from 5:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. and on Fridays and Saturdays from 5:30 a.m. to 11 p.m. This walk-in feature will allow the Fresno community to see firsthand what Dutch Bros is all about while indulging in positive vibes and awesome coffee.

“We are excited to bring the Espresso Bar to Fresno to capture a longer lasting experience with our customers, and really get to know them,” said Brent Wilson, Dutch Bros Fresno owner. “They are able to walk-in, order a cup of coffee and sit down; it provides us the opportunity to pull-up a chair and really be able to talk with them. Our customers have so many stories and so many exciting things going on in their lives, that we think it is going to be an amazing way to connect with them on a more personal level.”

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FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. - The Anticipation is Over as Dutch Bros Flagstaff Opens its Doors

4/19/2016 -

Dutch Bros Flagstaff FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (April 19, 2016) – On Thursday, April 21, Dutch Bros celebrates its growth into the Flagstaff community with free drinks, from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m., at their newest stand located at 301 Regent St.

Dutch Bros Flagstaff is locally owned and operated by Sam Sanchez, who is incredibly honored to now call Flagstaff home and is excited about what this new location means for the Flagstaff community.  

“We are super excited to open the Flagstaff location,” said Sam Sanchez. “I’ve been with Dutch Bros for nearly 10 years and have been able to see the impact it has had on my hometown.”

Dutch Bros Flagstaff will be open daily from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. The crew is ready to share the Dutch Bros culture and create long-lasting relationships within the community. 

“Dutch Bros isn't just a drive-thru coffee shop, it is a positive environment to help young adults grow,” said Sam. “I can't wait to make the same kind of impact on the community of Flagstaff, as so many other Dutch Bros have done in various communities.”

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NAPA, Calif. - Dutch Bros Napa and Community Raises Over $5,000 for Grad Nite

4/15/2016 -

Dutch Bros NapaNAPA, Calif. (April 15, 2016) – On Wednesday, April 6, Dutch Bros Napa partnered with their community to raise $5,312 for Napa County's Grad Nite.

"Napa rallied as a community to support the Napa high schools in a big way,” said Joey Shoemaker, Dutch Bros Napa operator. “We were able to have one of the highest total days of 2016 that will all go to the Safe Sober Grad Nite supporting five high schools."

Napa Grad Nite is an annual event that celebrates all graduating high school seniors in a safe and sober environment.

On April 6, Dutch Bros Napa donated proceeds from the day’s sales. These funds will benefit this event, which is open to all graduating seniors in Napa County.

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Oregon City, Ore. - Dutch Bros Celebrates New Espresso Bar in Oregon City

4/05/2016 -

Dutch Bros Oregon City StorefrontOregon City, Ore. (April 5, 2016) – On Saturday, April 9, Dutch Bros will celebrate a new location in Oregon City at 107 Molalla Ave. by donating proceeds from the day’s sale to Building Blocks 4 Kids.

On grand opening day, all 16-oz. drinks including specialty coffee, freezes, smoothies, and Dutch Bros Blue Rebel™ will be $1. Funds will benefit Building Blocks 4 Kids as they continue to provide opportunities for foster and underprivileged children in Clackamas and Multnomah counties to participate in activities outside of their home and school lives that they are passionate about.

The new Dutch Bros Espresso Bar in Oregon City provides the opportunity for the Dutch Bros crews to serve their community an amazing cup of coffee while creating relationships that will last a lifetime.

“I feel like we’re bringing our community in a little bit closer and allowing them to get to that next level of being apart of our family,” said Abe Menshenfriend, Dutch Bros Oregon City owner.

This new locations will operate the company’s traditional drive-thru model, which will be open Sunday through Thursday from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Fridays and Saturdays from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. The walk-in feature will be open Sunday through Thursday from 5 a.m. to 8 p.m. and on Fridays and Saturdays from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m.

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SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. - Dutch Bros Welcomes Its First Espresso Bar in Scottsdale

4/05/2016 -

Dutch Bros Scottsdale StorefrontSCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (April 5, 2016) – On Saturday, April 9, Dutch Bros welcomes a new location in Scottsdale at 20795 N. Scottsdale Rd. To celebrate the grand opening, all 16-oz. drinks including specialty coffee, freezes, smoothies, and Dutch Bros Blue Rebel™ will be free from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m.

This new Dutch Bros location will operate the company’s traditional drive-thru model, as well as have a walk-in feature – both the drive-thru and the walk in will be open daily from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m.

“After looking for a site in North Scottsdale for 6 years, we were blessed with an opportunity at N Scottsdale Rd/Grayhawk,” said Jim Thompson, Dutch Bros Phoenix owner. “This gives us the opportunity to introduce the Dutch Bros Culture, Service and Quality to so many new customers.”

This walk-in aspect provides the opportunity for the Dutch Bros crews to serve their community an amazing cup of coffee while creating relationships that will last a lifetime.

“The first espresso bar in Arizona will help build our Dutch Brand, and help grow the other 17 Valley stores,” said Jim. "We are excited to open the doors to our Espresso Bar and share it with our community.”  

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NAPA, Calif. - Dutch Bros Napa Celebrates Graduating Seniors by Donating to Grad Nite

4/04/2016 -

Dutch Bros Cup LogoNAPA, Calif. (April 4, 2016) – On Wednesday, April 6, Dutch Bros Napa located 2815 Jefferson St. will donate proceeds from the day’s sales to support Napa’s Safe and Sober Grad Nite Party.

Napa Grad Nite is an annual event that encourages graduating seniors in the Napa area to celebrate their high school graduation in a safe and sober environment. This event is run by local volunteers and is open to all graduating seniors in Napa.

“This giveback will benefit all high school seniors in Napa County,” said Mackenzie Shoemaker, Dutch Bros Napa Operator. “It is a great opportunity for us and the Napa community, together we can show our support for our graduating seniors.”

On Wednesday, Dutch Bros Napa will donate proceeds from all sales to Napa Grad Nite. Funds will enable student admission costs to be as low as possible. In turn, providing the opportunity for all seniors in Napa County to attend without having to worry about expensive ticket prices.

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PHOENIX, Ariz. - Dutch Bros Arizona and Community Hit a Home Run as they Donate Over $12,000

3/29/2016 -

Jim Thompson Volunteering at the Miracle LeaguePHOENIX, Ariz. (March 29, 2016) – On Saturday, March 26, Dutch Bros Arizona partnered with their community to raise $12,500 for the Miracle League of Arizona.

On Saturday, all Dutch Bros locations east of the I-17 donated proceeds from the day’s sales to the Miracle League of Arizona. All 14 locations rallied together with the community to hit their goal of a $10,000 out of the park and they raised $12,500.

“We love supporting charities in the Valley,” said Jim Thompson, Dutch Bros Arizona owner. "There's no better feeling than to support these organizations for myself, my wife, our crews, and our community.”

The Dutch Bros Arizona crews also volunteered at the Miracle League – a park that provides adaptive baseball for children, teens and adults with disabilities or special care needs.

“Our employees had a blast at the park assisting kids," said Jim. "It was such an amazing day for all of us."

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PHOENIX, Ariz. - Angels in the Outfield as Dutch Bros Arizona Supports the Miracle League

3/22/2016 -

The Miracle League of Arizona LogoPHOENIX, Ariz. (March 22, 2016) – On Saturday, March 26, Dutch Bros Arizona will donate proceeds from the day’s sales to the Miracle League of Arizona.http://www.mlaz.org/

The Miracle League of Arizona is a local non-profit organization that offers adaptive baseball for children, teens and adults with disabilities or special care needs. The Miracle League strives to provide a safe and fun baseball experience through their accessible stadiums, which remove the barriers that often keeps these individuals from playing baseball. 

“We believe in this organization,” said Jim Thompson, Dutch Bros Arizona owner. “It is so unique, and such a special place for children with special care needs. We believe in what the Miracle League has done and what they have built, and want to assist them as they move forward.”

On Saturday, all 14 Dutch Bros locations east of the I-17 will donate proceeds from the day’s sales to the Miracle League of Arizona with a goal of raising at least $10,000. These funds will directly benefit the nonprofit as they continue to make baseball an accessible sport for individuals of all abilities.

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SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Dutch Bros Partners with Community to Raise Over $35,000 for Fallen CHP Officer

3/22/2016 -

Officer and the Dutch Bros Woodland CrewSACRAMENTO, Calif. (March 22, 2016) – On Monday, March 21, Dutch Bros locations in the Sacramento area partnered with their communities to raise $35,284 to support the family of fallen CHP Officer Nathan Taylor.

“We witnessed a great outpouring of community support for Officer Taylor's family," said Heather Mauel, Dutch Bros Placer County owner.

California Highway Patrol Officer Nathan Taylor, a resident of Roseville, tragically lost his life after a passing vehicle struck him on I-80.

As soon as Dutch Bros heard the news of the passing of this public servant who was known for his genuine personality and giving spirit, they rallied together with their community to show their support for Officer Taylor’s family. All 14 Dutch Bros locations in Rocklin, Roseville, Auburn, Granite Bay, Sacramento, Elk Grove, Fairfield, Woodland, and Davis donated $1 from every drink sold on Monday, as well as provided on-site donation buckets for those community members wanting to donate more.

“Officer Taylor touched our hearts, always going above and beyond to serve his community,” said Nikol Grubbs, Dutch Bros Sacramento owner. “We hope his beautiful family finds some small comfort knowing that he was very much appreciated and a hero to so many!”

All contributions will be donated via the Nathan Taylor Memorial Fund through the CAHP Credit union. Funds will directly support Officer Taylor’s wife and his three young children in their time of need to help cover medical and funeral expenses.

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SACRAMENTO, Calif. -Dutch Bros Supports Fallen Officer’s Family

3/17/2016 -

CHP Officer Nathan TaylorSacramento, Calif. (March 17, 2016) - On Monday, March 21, Dutch Bros locations in the greater Sacramento will donate $1 from every drink sold, to honor of CHP Officer Nathan Taylor. The funds will support his family to help cover medical and funeral expenses.

CHP Officer Nathan Taylor, known for his genuine and positive personality, lost his life after a passing vehicle struck him earlier this week. He was 35 years old.

"Public servants, such as Nathan, put their community before themselves to ensure the safety and wellbeing of its citizens,” said Brian Place, Dutch Bros Granite Bay/Roseville owner. "As local owner/operators of Dutch Bros, we feel that community is the bond that unites us all.”

All Dutch Bros locations in the greater Sacramento area will donate $1 from every drink sold to Officer Taylor’s family to support them in time of need. Donations will be made to the Nathan Taylor Memorial Fund through the CAHP Credit Union. Contributions can also been made via on site donation buckets.

“It is important to all of us at Dutch Bros to be involved in our community and helping in times of need," said Brian.

All locations in Auburn, Roseville, Granite Bay, Sacramento, Elk Grove, Fairfield, Davis, and Woodland will be participating. To find a location near you, along with their hours of operations, please visit dutchbros.com/locations.

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TREASURE VALLEY, Idaho - Dutch Bros Treasure Valley Rallies to Raise Over $46,000

3/16/2016 -

Dutch Bros Snake River CrewTREASURE VALLEY, Idaho (March 16, 2016) – On Friday, March 11, Dutch Bros locations in the Treasure Valley rallied with their communities to raise $46,966 for their local American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life.

“We are so thankful for our giving community and amazing Dutch family for making this donation possible to help the American Cancer Society provide much needed support,” said Jeff Yarnall, Dutch Bros Meridian owner.

The 19 Dutch Bros locations in the Treasure Valley donated proceeds from the day’s sales to support Relay for Life, which is an overnight fundraiser that raises funds in an effort to end cancer for good; so, no one will be robbed of their loved ones in the future.

“At some point in our lives we are all affected by cancer, whether it is a loved one, a friend or even one's self,” said Jeff. “It’s not just about finding a cure, but providing the means for a support system to help those in need.”

Dutch Bros Treasure Valley locations participate in Relay for Life events around the area, from setting up booths, to employees walking overnight to raise awareness and funds in support of the American Cancer Society.

“We had volunteer teams come through buying 10 plus drinks all day!” said Shayna Randall, Dutch Bros Canyon County owner. “We serve drinks at both of the events in the community and it has been amazing to see this giveback grow over the last few years.”

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BATTLE GROUND, Wash. - Dutch Bros Officially Opens its Doors in Battle Ground

3/15/2016 -

Dutch Bros Battle Ground StorefrontBATTLE GROUND, Wash. (March 15, 2016) – On Thursday, March 17, Dutch Bros will celebrate their new location at 1505 W. Battle Ground with free 16-oz. drinks.

Luck o’ the Dutch will be in full swing on Thursday as Dutch Bros Battle Ground opens its doors for the first time. The crew will be offering 16-oz. drinks, including specialty coffee, smoothies, freezes, and Dutch Bros’ private label energy drink, Dutch Bros Blue Rebel™ free of charge.

“I want to express my appreciation to the people of Battle Ground for the warm welcome they have given us so far,” said JJ Herzog, Battle Ground owner.

This new location is locally owned and operated by JJ Herzog, who has been with Dutch Bros since 1993. He is ready to share his wisdom and love of the Dutch Bros culture with the Battle Ground community.

 “I am excited for an opportunity to bring Dutch love to the community, and contribute in anyway I can,” said JJ. “I couldn't be more enthusiastic about the opportunity to open my first store and raise my family here!”

Follow Dutch Bros Battle Ground at facebook.com/dbbattleground

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TREASURE VALLEY, Idaho - Dutch Bros Treasure Valley Supports Relay for Life

3/09/2016 -

Dutch Bros Cup LogoTREASURE VALLEY, Idaho (March 9, 2016) – On Friday, March 11, Dutch Bros Treasure Valley will donate proceeds from the day’s sales to the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life.

Relay for Life is an overnight fundraising walk in support of the American Cancer Society. The funds raised by this event go toward the American Cancer Society’s efforts to end cancer, in every form; in hopes that in the future no one will be robbed of their loved ones.

“Being able to support American Cancer Society for so many years has been such a blessing for our company,” said Brian Wight, Dutch Bros Boise owner. “Every year our customers get more and more involved with Relay for Life, which in turn, allows us to increase our donation!”

All 19 locations in the Treasure Valley area will donate proceeds from the day’s sales to Relay for Life. Dutch Bros 24-hour locations at 373 S. Caldwell Blvd., 5103 Cleveland Blvd. and 1181 N. Milwaukee St. will donate proceeds from 5 a.m. on Friday, March 11 to 5 a.m. on Saturday, March 12. The other 16 locations in the Treasure Valley will donate proceeds from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. All funds will directly benefit the American Cancer Society as they continue to make strides in the fight against diseases that affect so many lives.

“I know this year will be Dutch Bros Treasure Valley’s biggest donation yet.” continued Brian.

To find a location near you please visit, dutchbros.com/locations

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CHICO, Calif. - Dutch Bros Chico Celebrates National Kidney Day

3/07/2016 -

National Kidney Foundation LogoCHICO, Calif. (March 7, 2016) – Thursday, March 10 is World Kidney Day. On that day, Dutch Bros Chico will donate proceeds from the day to the National Kidney Foundation

“Our inspiration for being involved is my neighbor, Jerry, who donated a kidney to someone he had never met a couple of years ago,” said Dan Richardson, Dutch Bros Chico owner. “He then ran a double-marathon to raise awareness about kidney donations. His selfless act struck a chord with me personally, as I have two cousins who are alive today due to kidney donations from family members.”

The National Kidney Foundation is a nonprofit organization that strives to increase awareness, prevention, as well as the treatment of kidney disease. Proceeds from the day will support the foundation as they continue enhancing the lives of those who have, or are at risk of kidney disease.

“We are honored to be able to raise awareness toward kidney donations, and blessed by our incredibly generous customers that always rally behind any chance they have to support a great cause!” said Dan.

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ELK GROVE, Calif. - Dutch Bros Elk Grove Supports Mariah Fairgoods' Search for a Healthy Heart

3/02/2016 -

Mariah Fairgood Proceeds Day at Dutch Bros Elk GroveELK GROVE, Calif. (March 2, 2016) – On Saturday, Feb. 27, Dutch Bros Elk Grove donated $8,670 to the Children’s Organ Transplant Association (COTA), in honor of Mariah Love Fairgood.

“The turnout from the community was amazing,” said Kyle Garrett, Dutch Bros Elk Grove owner. “Everyone came out and showed their support. We sold a lot of coffee that day, and the family is going to be truly blessed with what the community did on Saturday.”

Dutch Bros Elk Grove ran a 24-hour proceeds day from 12 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 27 to 11:59 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 27 to raise funds in honor of Mariah. Funds will be donated through COTA to support Mariah Love Fairgood in her search for a new, healthy heart.

Mariah was diagnosed with Restrictive Cardiomyopathy when she was nine months old. Now, at just one year old, Mariah is waiting on a phone call letting her and her family know that there is a healthy heart ready for her.

“We loved Mariah and her family, and we’re glad we could help,” said Kyle.

If you were unable to make it to Dutch Bros Elk Grove on Saturday, contributions can still be made atCOTAforMariahF/.

You can also follow Mariah’s story at makingadifferenceformariah.com 

To see the original release, visit Dutch Bros Elk Grove Pours it Heart into Mariah Fairgood.

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ASTORIA, Ore. - Dutch Bros Astoria Raises Over $1,000 for Lewis and Clark Elementary

3/01/2016 -

Dutch Bros Cup LogoASTORIA, Ore. (March 1, 2016) – On Friday, Feb. 26, Dutch Bros Astoria partnered together with their community to raise $1,100 to the Lewis and Clark Elementary Playground Fundraiser.

"Thanks to the incredibly generous North Coast community we were able to raise $1,100 to support The Lewis & Clark Playground Fundraiser,” said Jared Nunnemaker, Dutch Bros North Coast owner. “Thank you, North Coast!"

To raise funds, Dutch Bros Astoria donated proceeds from the day’s sales to the Parent’s Club at Lewis and Clark Elementary School, as they work to fund a new playground for the students. Donated funds will directly support the Parent’s Club as they work to complete the new playground.

“It's an honor and privilege to be apart of a community that supports our kids and education!” said Deana Nunnemaker, Dutch Bros North Coast owner.

To see original release visit, Dutch Bros Astoria Supports Local Elementary School

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ASTORIA, Ore. - Dutch Bros Astoria Supports Local Elementary School

2/23/2016 -

Dutch Bros Cup LogoASTORIA, Ore. (Feb. 23, 2016) – On Friday, Feb. 26, Dutch Bros Astoria, located at 468 W. Marine Dr., will donate proceeds from day to the Lewis and Clark Elementary Playground Fundraiser.

"We are super excited to help support the local kids in our community by helping fundraise for a new playground,” said Jared Nunnemaker, Dutch Bros North Coast owner. “It's exciting for us to have an opportunity to bring together kids, education and our community."

On Friday, Dutch Bros Astoria will donate proceeds from the day’s sales to the Parent’s Club at Lewis and Clark Elementary. Proceeds will benefit the Parent’s Club as they continue to help fund this playground project that highly benefits students at Lewis and Clark Elementary.

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ELK GROVE, Calif. - Dutch Bros Elk Grove Pours Its Heart into Mariah Fairgood

2/23/2016 -

Mariah Love FairgoodELK GROVE, Calif. (Feb. 23, 2016) – On Saturday, Feb. 27, Dutch Bros Elk Grove, located at 8610 Elk Grove Blvd., will donate proceeds from the day’s sales to the Children’s Organ Transplant Association in honor of Mariah Love Fairgood as she continues her battle with Restrictive Cardiomyopathy.

When Mariah was just nine month old, she was diagnosed with Restrictive Cardiomyopathy: a condition, which hinders the heart’s ability to pump blood efficiently. Now, the one year old and her family are patiently waiting for a call from Stanford Children’s Hospital informing them that there is a healthy heart waiting for Mariah.

“They are a local Elk Grove family and Mariah’s dad is a police officer. He helps this community a ton,” said Kyle Garret, Dutch Bros Elk Grove owner. “We think it will be cool for the community to have this opportunity to come together and help him out and support of his daughter.”

To raise funds, Dutch Bros Elk Grove will run a 24-hour proceeds day from 12 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 27 to 11:59 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 27, in honor of Mariah and her family. Funds will be donated to the Children’s Organ Transplant Association (COTA).

Mariah’s family has asked for assistance from the Children’s Organ Transplant Association (COTA), a national charity based in Bloomington, Indiana. COTA is dedicated to organizing and guiding communities in raising funds for transplant-related expenses. COTA’s services are completely free of charge, and 100 percent of funds generated by the COTA community fundraising campaigns are available for transplant-related expenses. For more information or to make a gift, visit COTAforMariahF/

Follow Mariah’s story at makingadifferenceformariah.com/

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BEAVERTON, Ore. - Dutch Bros Beaverton Help Makes Wishes Come True

2/22/2016 -

Dutch Bros Beaverton CrewBEAVERTON, Ore. (Feb. 22, 2016) – Dutch Bros Beaverton donated $3,848 to Beaverton High School’s Jam the Dam event in support of Make-A-Wish Oregon.

To raise funds, all three Dutch Bros Beaverton locations donated proceeds from the day’s sales on Tuesday, Feb. 9. Dutch Bros Beaverton also attended Jam the Dam and set up their mobile unit at the event on Feb. 12, those proceeds were also donated to Jam the Dam. 

“It was a privilege to be able to be apart of Jam the Dam,” said Tina Thompson, Dutch Bros Beaverton owner. “Being able to see the Jam the Dam crew interacting with the Make-A-Wish child whose wish was granted from this event last year from was very moving."  

Jam the Dam at Beaverton High School spans over a week; known around the school and community as “Week of Wishes”. During this week students partnered with their community to raise funds for Make-A-Wish. Jam the Dam; the main event, consists of back-to-back Junior Varsity and Varsity basketball games paired with a silent auction, activities and Dutch Bros beverages to make wishes come true. All donations throughout the week will benefit Make-A-Wish Oregon as they continue to grant wishes to local children.

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ANDERSON, Calif. - Dutch Bros Celebrates Newest Location with 24 Hours of Free Drinks

2/18/2016 -

Dutch Bros AndersonANDERSON, Calif. (Feb. 18, 2016) – Beginning at 5 a.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 23, and continuing until 5 a.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 24; Dutch Bros Anderson, located at 5025 Rhonda Dr., will celebrate their grand opening by providing customers free 16-oz. drinks.

On grand opening day for a span of 24 hours, all 16-oz. drinks, including specialty coffee, smoothies, freezes, and Dutch Bros private label energy drink, Dutch Bros Blue Rebel™, will be free.

Locally owned and operated by husband and wife duo: Chris and Erin Resner. They are incredibly excited to be opening their first location in Anderson and to continue to support a community they call home. The Resner’s also locally own and operate Dutch Bros locations in Palo Cedro, as well as in Redding.

"We have been anticipating opening in Anderson for quite some time now and are so excited the day is finally here," said Chris Resner, Dutch Bros Redding owner. "We look forward to getting to know a whole new community. We are pumped and ready to go and cannot wait to see you all on Tuesday." 

This new location will always be open: 24-hour a day, seven days a week.

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GRANTS PASS, Ore. - Dutch Bros Overflows with Luv for Food Banks Raising 1.6 Million Pounds of Food

2/18/2016 -

GRANTS PASS, Ore. (Feb. 16, 2016) – Dutch Bros’ annual Dutch Luv Day raised $234,030 amounting to 1,638,210 pounds of food for local communities. 

“This is an amazing result and it’s more than we’ve ever generated in Dutch Bros history,” said Travis Boersma Dutch Bros Co-founder. “I couldn’t be more thrilled and stoked for the people we can serve.”

Every year, Dutch Bros celebrates Valentine’s Day by loving on their communities. On Feb. 14, known in the Dutch Bros world as Dutch Luv Day, all 256 locations in seven states raised funds, as well as awareness for local food organizations. 

This year, all Dutch Bros locations donated $1 from every drink sold. On average a $1 donation allows food banks to purchase 7 pounds of nutritious food that immensely benefit people in need. 

Together with the help of their communities Dutch Bros was able to raise $234,030 for local food organizations, which allows food banks to purchase 1,638,210 pounds of food. In turn, providing 1.3 million meals for local families and people in need of support. 

By shifting Dutch Luv day from a canned food drive to a $1 per drink sold, Dutch Bros was able to increase the pounds of food raised from 487,966 pounds in 2015 to over 1.6 million this year. 

Listed below, in alphabetical order by state and city, are local donation totals and organizations that were supported by this year’s Dutch Luv Day. 

Arizona

All locations 

$30,107 - United Food Bank 

California

Auburn, Calif. 

$3,500 - Placer County Food Bank

Chico, Calif.  

$4,181 - Chico’s Food for All

Citrus Heights, Calif. 

$4,285 - Sacramento Food Bank and Family Services

Crescent City, Calif.  

$885 - Community Assistance Network

Davis Calif. 

$5,600 - Yolo Food Bank

Dixon, Calif.

$5,600 - Yolo Food Bank 

Elk Grove, Calif. 

$1,500 - Elk Grove Food Bank

Eureka, Calif. 

$1,721 - Food for People in Humboldt 

Fair Oaks, Calif.  

$4,285 - Sacramento Food Bank and Family Services

Fairfield, Calif.  

$1,264 - Food Bank of Contra Costa and Solano

Fresno, Calif.

$4,303 - Poverello House

Granite Bay, Calif.  

$1,223 - Placer County Food Bank

Napa, Calif.  

$886 - Community Action of Napa Valley

Oakley, Calif.  

$933 - Food Bank of Contra Costa 

Orland, Calif.  

$1,158 - Orland Pantry 

Oroville, Calif. 

$2,519 - North State Food Bank

Paradise, Calif. 

$2,519 - North State Food Bank

Red Bluff, Calif.  

$1,100 - NVCSS - Corning Resource Center Food Bank 

Redding/ Palo Cedro, Calif. 

$6000 - Good News Rescue Mission

Rocklin, Calif.  

$3,500 - Placer County Food Bank

Sacramento, Calif. 

$4,285 - Sacramento Food Bank and Family Services

Santa Rosa, Calif.  

$1,178 - F.I.S.H. of Santa Rosa

Sonoma, Calif. 

$603 - Friends of Sonoma Helping – FISH

Woodland, Calif.  

$5,600 - Yolo Food Bank

Colorado

Colorado Springs, Colo. 

$3,475 - The Springs Rescue Mission

Idaho

Boise, Idaho 

$6,232 - Boise Rescue Mission 

Caldwell, Idaho 
$2,827 - Valley Women’s and Children’s Shelter

Coeur D’Alene, Idaho 

$1,282 - Community Action Partnership - Kootenai County

Garden City, Idaho

$6,232 - Boise Rescue Mission

Lewiston, Idaho 

$1,659 - Community Action Partnership

Meridian, Idaho

$3,351 - Meridian Food Bank

Moscow, Idaho 

$1,315 - Moscow Food Bank

Nampa, Idaho 

$2,827 - Valley Women’s and Children’s Shelter

$2,827 - Lighthouse Rescue Mission

Payette, Idaho 

$1,770 - Oregon Food Bank - Southeast Oregon Services

Twin Falls, Idaho 

$2,260 - South Central Community Action Partnership

Nevada

Carson City, Nev.  

$1,600 - Food for Thought

East Vegas, Nev.  

$1,667 - Three Square

Oregon

Albany, Ore.  

$2,546 - Linn Benton Food Share

Aloha, Ore,  

$2,393 - Oregon Food Bank

Ashland, Ore.  

$8,805 - Access Food Inc.

Astoria, Ore.  

$1786 - Clatsop Community Action

Beaverton, Ore.  

$2,393 - Oregon Food Bank

Bend, Ore. 

$5,813 - The Giving Plate

Brookings, Ore.  

$1,008 - Our Community Helpers

Canby, Ore.  

$750 - Oregon Food Bank

Cave Junction, Ore.  

$543 - Josephine County Food Bank

Central Point, Ore.  

$8,805 - Access Food Inc.

Clackamas, Ore.  

$1,039 - Clackamas Service Center

Coos Bay, Ore.  

$1,705 – South Coast Food Share 

Cornelius, Ore.  

$5,010 - Oregon Food Bank

Corvallis, Ore.  

$3,443 - Community Outreach

Cottage Grove, Ore.  

$4,259 - Food for Lane County

Dallas, Ore.  

$1,793 – Dallas Food Bank 

Eugene, Ore.  

$5,350 - Food for Lane County 

Florence, Ore.  

$817 - Florence Food Share

Forest Grove, Ore. 

$600 - Echo Shaw Elementary Food Pantry 

Grants Pass, Ore.  
$4,911 - Josephine County Food Bank

Gresham, Ore. (includes Division St and Glen Widing locations)

$4,600 - Snowcap Community Charities 

Happy Valley, Ore.  

$1,039 - Clackamas Service Center

Hermiston, Ore. 

$1,293 - Agape House

Hillsboro, Ore.  

$5,010 - Oregon Food Bank

Hood River, Ore.  

$756 - FISH 

Junction City, Ore.  

$556 – Junction City Local Aid 

Keizer, Ore.  

$3,985 - Marion and Polk County Food Share 

Klamath Falls, Ore. 

$2,700 - Klamath and Lake County Food Bank

La Grande, Ore.  

$783 - Calvary Chapel

Lebanon, Ore.  

$877 - Linn Benton Food Share

Lincoln City, Ore.  

$2,181 - Food Share of Lincoln County

McMinnville, Ore.  

$2,375 – Yamhill Community Action Partnership 

Medford, Ore.  

$8,805 - Access Food Inc.

Milton-Freewater, Ore.  

$393 - Bread Basket 

Monmouth, Ore.  

$1,793 – Dallas Food Bank

Newberg, Ore. 

 $2,550 - Yamhill Community Action Partnership

Newport, Ore.  

$2,181 - Food Share of Lincoln County

North Bend, Ore. 

$1,705 – South Coast Food Share 

Ontario, Ore.  

$1,770 - Oregon Food Bank - Southeast Oregon Services

Oregon City, Ore.  

$1,962 - Oregon Food Bank 

Phoenix, Ore.  

$8,805 - Access Food Inc.

Portland Ore.  

4721 NE Columbia Blvd. 

$1,178 - Oregon Food Bank

430 NE Lloyd Blvd.

$2,404 - Oregon Food Bank

2110 NW 23rd Ave. 

$1,178 - Oregon Food Bank

4455 SE 26th Ave. 

$531 - Society of St. Vincent DePaul

514 SE Belmont St. 

$2,404 - Oregon Food Bank 

6710 SE Foster Rd. 

$890 - Southeast Church of the Nazarene

Raleigh Hills, Ore,  

$2,393 - Oregon Food Bank 

Redmond, Ore.  

$5,813 - The Giving Plate 

Roseburg, Ore.  

$2,850 - United Community Action Network - UCAN Umpqua Valley 

Salem, Ore.  

$3,449 - Marion and Polk County Food Share

Scappoose, Ore.  

$1,455 - Columbia Pacific Food Bank

Seaside, Ore.  

$1,786 - Clatsop Community Action 

Sherwood, Ore.  

$1,010 - Sherwood Helping Hands

Sisters, Ore. 

$5,813 - The Giving Plate 

Springfield, Ore.  

$4,259 - Food for Lane County

St. Helens, Ore.  

$1,455 - Columbia Pacific Food Bank

Sutherlin, Ore.

$900 - Sutherlin Oakland Emergency Food Pantry

Sweet Home, Ore.  

$524 – SHEM 

The Dalles, Ore.  

$1,106 - St. Vincent De Paul 

Tigard, Ore. 

$980 - St. Anthony's

Tualatin, Ore.  

$1,293 - Tualatin School House Pantry 

White City, Ore.

$8,805 - Access Food Inc.

Woodburn, Ore.  

$2,345 - Oregon Food Bank

Washington

Centralia, Wash.  

$1,000 - Lewis County Food Bank Coalition

East Vancouver, Wash.  

$2,000 - The Pantry Project

Kelso, Wash. 

$2,251 - FISH of Cowlitz County

Kennewick, Wash. 

$4,000 - Second Harvest 

Lacey, Wash.  

$1,489 - Thurston County Food Bank 

Longview, Wash.  

$2,251 - FISH of Cowlitz County 

Moses Lake, Wash.  

$861 - Moses Lake Food Bank

Olympia, Wash.  

$1,489 - Thurston County Food Bank

Pasco, Wash.  

$4,238 - Second Harvest 

Richland, Wash.  

$4,238 - Second Harvest

Spokane, Wash.  

$6,395 - Second Harvest

Sunnyside, Wash.  

$962 - Sunnyside ACS Food Bank 

Vancouver, Wash.  

$5,644 - Clark County Food Bank

Walla Walla, Wash.  

$610 - Blue Mountain Action Council

Wenatchee, Wash.  

$2,845 - St. Vincent De Paul

Yakima, Wash. 

$835 - Northwest Harvest Central Washington


GRANTS PASS, Ore. - Dutch Luv is the Key Ingredient in Feeding Families

2/08/2016 -

Dutch Luv DayGRANTS PASS, Ore. (Feb. 8, 2016) – Dutch Bros’ annual Dutch Luv Day is on Sunday, Feb. 14. On this day, all Dutch Bros locations will donate $1 from every drink sold to local food organizations.

 

Dutch Bros partners with their communities and customers to raise funds and awareness for local food organizations. All 256 Dutch Bros locations will donate $1 from every drink sold this Valentine’s Day to local food banks as we continue to fight hunger in our communities. On average, a $1 donation allows the food banks to purchase 7 pounds of healthy and nutritious food that highly benefits local families and individuals.

 

"Dutch Luv is an amazing day that provides us the opportunity to take care of people in need," said Travis Boersma, Dutch Bros Coffee Co-founder. "The effort our customers put forth on that day is something I appreciate immensely."

 

Every year, on Feb. 14, Dutch Bros participates in Dutch Luv Day. Each location is locally owned and operated; allowing each franchisee to choose nonprofit organizations that provide meals to local community members in need. Together, we can make a difference and positively impact the lives of our neighbors.

 

To find a Dutch Bros location near you visit, dutchbros.com/locations.

 

Listed below, in alphabetical order by city and state, are local organization being supported by this year’s Dutch Luv Day.

 

Arizona

All locations 

United Food Bank

 

California

Auburn, Calif. 

Placer County Food Bank

 

Chico, Calif.  

Chico’s Food for All

 

Citrus Heights, Calif. 

Sacramento Food Bank and Family Services

 

Crescent City, Calif.  

Community Assistance Network

 

Davis Calif. 

Yolo Food Bank

 

Dixon, Calif.

Yolo Food Bank

 

Elk Grove, Calif. 

Elk Grove Food Bank

 

Eureka, Calif. 

Food for People in Humboldt

 

Fair Oaks, Calif.  

Sacramento Food Bank and Family Services

 

Fairfield, Calif.  

Food Bank of Contra Costa and Solano

 

Fresno, Calif.

Poverello House

 

Granite Bay, Calif.  

Placer County Food Bank

 

Napa, Calif.  

Community Action of Napa Valley

 

Oakley, Calif.  

Food Bank of Contra Costa

 

Orland, Calif.  

Orland Pantry

 

Oroville, Calif. 

North State Food Bank

 

Palo Cedro, Calif.  

Good New Rescue Mission

 

Paradise, Calif. 

North State Food Bank

 

Red Bluff, Calif.  

NVCSS - Corning Resource Center Food Bank

 

Redding, Calif.

Good New Rescue Mission

 

Rocklin, Calif.  

Placer County Food Bank

 

Sacramento, Calif. 

Sacramento Food Bank and Family Services

 

Santa Rosa, Calif.  

F.I.S.H. of Santa Rosa

 

Sonoma, Calif. 

Friends of Sonoma Helping – FISH

 

Woodland, Calif.  

Yolo Food Bank

 

Colorado

Colorado Springs, Colo. 

The Springs Rescue Mission

 

Idaho

Boise, Idaho 

Boise Rescue Mission

 

Caldwell, Idaho 

Lighthouse Rescue Mission

 

Coeur D’Alene, Idaho 

Community Action Partnership - Kootenai County

 

Garden City, Idaho

Boise Rescue Mission

 

Lewiston, Idaho 

Community Action Partnership

 

Meridian, Idaho 

Meridian Food Bank

 

Moscow, Idaho 

Moscow Food Bank

 

Nampa, Idaho 

Lighthouse Rescue Mission

 

Payette, Idaho 

Oregon Food Bank - Southeast Oregon Services

 

Twin Falls, Idaho 

South Central Community Action Partnership

 

Nevada

Carson City, Nev.  

Food for Thought

 

East Vegas, Nev.  

Three Square

 

Oregon

Albany, Ore.  

Linn Benton Food Share

 

Aloha, Ore,  

Oregon Food Bank

 

Ashland, Ore.  

Access Food Inc.

 

Astoria, Ore.  

Clatsop Community Action

 

Beaverton, Ore.  

Oregon Food Bank

 

Bend, Ore. 

The Giving Plate

 

Brookings, Ore.  

Our Community Helpers

 

Canby, Ore.  

Oregon Food Bank

 

Cave Junction, Ore.  

Josephine County Food Bank

 

Central Point, Ore.  

Access Food Inc.

 

Clackamas, Ore.  

Clackamas Service Center

 

Coos Bay, Ore.  

Oregon Coast Community Action

 

Cornelius, Ore.  

Washington County Food Bank

 

Corvallis, Ore.  

Community Outreach

 

Cottage Grove, Ore.  

Food for Lane County

 

Dallas, Ore.  

Lighthouse Rescue Mission

 

Eugene, Ore.  

Food for Lane County

 

Florence, Ore.  

Florence Food Share

 

Forest Grove, Ore. 

Echo Shaw Elementary Food Pantry

 

Grants Pass, Ore.  

Josephine County Food Bank

 

Gresham, Ore. 

Snowcap Community Charities

 

Happy Valley, Ore.  

Clackamas Service Center

 

Hermiston, Ore. 

Agape House

 

Hillsboro, Ore.  

Washington County Food Bank

 

Hood River, Ore.  

FISH

 

Junction City, Ore.  

Food for Lane County

 

Keizer, Ore.  

Marion and Polk County Food Share

 

Klamath Falls, Ore. 

Klamath and Lake County Food Bank

 

La Grande, Ore.  

Calvary Chapel

 

Lebanon, Ore.  

Linn Benton Food Share

 

Lincoln City, Ore.  

Food Share of Lincoln County

 

McMinnville, Ore.  

Yamhill County Food Bank

 

Medford, Ore.  

Access Food Inc.

 

Milton-Freewater, Ore.  

Bread Basket

 

Monmouth, Ore.  

Lighthouse Rescue Mission

 

Newberg, Ore. 

Yamhill Community Action Partnership

 

Newport, Ore.  

Food Share of Lincoln County

 

North Bend, Ore. 

Oregon Coast Community Action

 

Ontario, Ore.  

Oregon Food Bank - Southeast Oregon Services

 

Oregon City, Ore.  

Oregon Food Bank

 

Phoenix, Ore.  

Access Food Inc.

 

Portland Ore.  

4721 NE Columbia Blvd. 

Oregon Food Bank

 

1609 NE Glen Widing Dr. 

Northwest Children's Outreach 

 

430 NE Lloyd Blvd.

Oregon Food Bank

 

2110 NW 23rd Ave. 

Oregon Food Bank

 

4455 SE 26th Ave. 

Society of St. Vincent DePaul

 

514 SE Belmont St. 

Oregon Food Bank

 

13640 SE Division St. 

Snowcap Community Charities

 

6710 SE Foster Rd. 

Southeast Church of the Nazarene

 

Raleigh Hills, Ore,  

Oregon Food Bank

 

Redmond, Ore.  

The Giving Plate

 

Roseburg, Ore.  

United Community Action Network - UCAN Douglas

 

Salem, Ore.  

Marion and Polk County Food Share

 

Scappoose, Ore.  

Columbia Pacific Food Bank

 

Seaside, Ore.  

Clatsop Community Action

 

Sherwood, Ore.  

Sherwood Helping Hands

 

Sisters, Ore. 

The Giving Plate

 

Springfield, Ore.  

Food for Lane County

 

St. Helens, Ore.  

Columbia Pacific Food Bank

 

Sutherlin, Ore.

Sutherlin Oakland Emergency Food Pantry

 

Sweet Home, Ore.  

Linn Benton Food Share

 

The Dalles, Ore.  

St. Vincent De Paul

 

Tigard, Ore. 

St. Anthony's

 

Tualatin, Ore.  

Tualatin School House Pantry

 

White City, Ore.

Access Food Inc.

 

Woodburn, Ore.  

Oregon Food Bank

 

Washington

Centralia, Wash.  

Lewis County Food Bank Coalition

 

East Vancouver, Wash.  

The Pantry Project

 

Kelso, Wash. 

FISH of Cowlitz County

 

Kennewick, Wash. 

Second Harvest

 

Lacey, Wash.  

Thurston County Food Bank

 

Longview, Wash.  

FISH of Cowlitz County

 

Moses Lake, Wash.  

Moses Lake Food Bank

 

Olympia, Wash.  

Thurston County Food Bank

 

Pasco, Wash.  

Second Harvest

 

Richland, Wash.  

Second Harvest

 

Spokane, Wash.  

Second Harvest

 

Sunnyside, Wash.  

Sunnyside ACS Food Bank

 

Vancouver, Wash.  

Clark County Food Bank

 

Walla Walla, Wash.  

Blue Mountain Action Council

 

Wenatchee, Wash.  

St. Vincent De Paul

 

Yakima, Wash. 

Northwest Harvest Central Washington

 

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ASHLAND, Ore. - Dutch Bros South Ashland Honors Alex Howell

2/04/2016 -

Alex HowellASHLAND, Ore. (Feb. 4, 2016) – On Tuesday, Feb. 9, Dutch Bros South Ashland located at 1644 Ashland St., will honor Alex Howell and donate $1 from every drink sold to help in his family in their time of need.

Alex, 23, was a student-athlete at Southern Oregon University and was known at Dutch Bros South Ashland as an amazing person who greeted everyone he came across with a huge smile. He recently lost his life swimming in the Pacific Ocean near Whaleshead Beach State Park.

Alex was an amazing young man who brought light to so many lives," said Alyssa, Dutch Bros South Ashland manager. 

On Feb. 9, $1 from every drink sold will benefit Alex’s family and help pay off any medical and memorial expenses. Dutch Bros South Ashland will also collect donations via on-site donation buckets.

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BEAVERTON, Ore. - Dutch Bros Beaverton Jams the Dam for Make-A-Wish

2/04/2016 -

Jam the Dam LogoBEAVERTON, Ore. (Feb. 4, 2016) – On Tuesday, Feb. 9, Dutch Bros locations in Beaverton, Aloha and Raleigh Hills will donate $1 from every drink sold to Jam the Dam in benefit of Make-A-Wish Oregon.

“It is one of our favorite events we do all year,” said Tina Thompson, Dutch Bros Beaverton owner. “Make-A-Wish is a great organization and we love teaming up with Beaverton High School to work on Jam the Dam. It really brings the community together and the kid’s work extremely hard to make it special.”

Beaverton High School has supported Make-A-Wish Oregon for over 10 years during the school’s annual fundraising campaign, “Week of Wishes”. The week ends with Jam the Dam, back-to-back rivalry basketball games for the Beavers JV and Varsity squads. 

Attendees of the rivalry games will have the opportunity to partake in a silent auction, activities and enjoy Dutch Bros coffee. Proceeds from these events, as well as from ticket sales will also benefit Make-A-Wish. 

This year marks the 8th year that Dutch Bros locations in the Beaverton area have partnered with Jam the Dam and Make-A-Wish. Over the years Dutch Bros Beaverton has contributed over $15,000 to make local wishes come true. So, on Feb. 9, Dutch Bros locations in Aloha, Beaverton and Raleigh Hills will $1 from every drink sold to the Jam the Dam event at Beaverton High School.

“There is a direct impact of our efforts that allow for Wishes to be granted to some amazing kids in our community,” said Tina. "Please come by and help Make-A-Wish come true.”

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PHOENIX, Ariz. - Dutch Bros Arizona Raises $11,000 for Friends for Life

2/04/2016 -

Friends for Life Proceeds DayPHOENIX, Ariz. (Feb. 4, 2016) – Dutch Bros Arizona partnered with their community to raise $11,000 for Friends for Life Animal Rescue.

The 14 Dutch Bros Arizona locations east of the I-17 donated proceeds from the day sales on Saturday, Jan. 30. With the help of their community, they are donating $11,000 to Friends for Life.

Friends for Life is a local nonprofit animal shelter that serves Phoenix and the surrounding area. Friends for Life offers a variety of services at their animal rescue shelter that satisfies their mission of impacting the overpopulation of animals in the Phoenix and greater areas through humane practices of rescuing, spaying and neutering, adopting animals, as well as educating the public.

The funds raised will be donated to Friends for Life as they continue to rescue and find loving forever homes for all animals that come through their facility.

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TWIN FALLS, Idaho - Dutch Bros Twin Falls One-Year Celebration Raises Over $3,000

2/04/2016 -

Dutch Bros Cup LogoTWIN FALLS, Idaho (Feb. 4, 2016) – On Saturday, Jan. 30, Dutch Bros Twin Falls celebrated their one-year anniversary and raised $3,130 for the Magic Valley Trail Enhancement Committee.

"We are so grateful for the amount of community support Twin Falls has shown every time we do a give back,” said Adam Hanby, Dutch Bros Twin Falls owner. “The generosity from our customers has been shown over and over again. We love that serving awesome coffee can lead to such amazing results for our community."

To celebrate their one-year in the Twin Falls community, the stand donated proceeds from the day’s sales to MaVTEC. Funds will benefit this organization as they continue to update and enhance trail systems that are safe, peaceful and fun for members of the Magic Valley community.

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MEDFORD, Ore. - Dutch Bros Jackson County Takes the Plunge

2/02/2016 -

MEDFORD, Ore. (Feb. 2, 2016) – On Friday, Feb. 5, Dutch Bros Jackson County will donate $1 from every drink sold to the Polar Plunge, a local event that benefits Special Olympics Oregon.

The Polar Plunge in Oregon started in the city of Bend, as a way to raise funds and awareness for Special Olympics Oregon. The event, which started in 2007, now spreads over five cities throughout the state. Before plunging into icy waters, participants raise funds as a team or individually, as well as awareness for Special Olympics.

On Friday, all Dutch Bros Jackson County locations will donate $1 from every drink sold to the Polar Plunge in support of the Dutch Bros Jackson County team participating in the plunge. All funds raised will, in turn, benefit Special Olympics Oregon as they continue to provide sports training and athletic competition for intellectually disabled children and adults.

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SISTERS, Ore. - Dutch Bros Sisters Supports Their Firefighters as They Prepare for the Climb

2/02/2016 -

Sisters County FirefightersSISTERS, Ore. (Feb. 2, 2016) – On Saturday, Feb. 6, Dutch Bros Sisters will donate $1 from every drink sold to the Sister’s County firefighters as they prepare for the 25th Annual Scott Firefighter Stairclimb.

The Scott Firefighter Stairclimb is an annual event hosted by the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, LLS, since 1949. Over the past 25 years, LLS has been dedicated to the research of blood cancer in hopes of finding a cure for leukemia, lymphoma and myeloma.

Every year Firefighters throughout the United States participate in the 788 ft. stair climb, or 69 floors. The event raises funds and awareness about blood cancers, as well as honors those that have been affected by these cancers.

“The town of Sisters is a tight knit community so we wanted to rally around the firefighters and show our support,” said Kaelyn Costa, Dutch Bros Central Oregon owner. “The Sister’s County firefighters are also going to be out there on stair masters in uniform showing what they got.”

On Saturday, $1 from every drink sold will be donated to support the Sister’s County firefighters as they prepare to climb and to fight for those who are battling leukemia, lymphoma and myeloma. Funds raised on Saturday will benefit the LLS as they continue their research on finding a cure for these blood cancers.

“The funds raised go directly to the LLS and the firefighters will do the 25th Annual Scott Firefighter Stair Climb in Seattle onMarch 6th," said Kaelyn.

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TWIN FALLS, Idaho - Dutch Bros Twins Falls Celebrates One-Year Anniversary with Community Giveback

1/29/2016 -

Magic Valley Trail Enhancement Committee LogoTWIN FALLS, Idaho (Jan. 29, 2016) – On Saturday, Jan. 30, Dutch Bros Twin Falls located at 572 Pole Line Rd., will celebrate its one year anniversary by donating proceeds from the day to the Magic Valley Trail Enhancement Committee

The Magic Valley Trail Enhancement Committee consists of local community members who are passionate about acquiring and updating trail systems in the Magic Valley.

“We wanted to say thank you by doing something that will benefit our entire community,” said Amanda Hanby, Dutch Bros Twin Falls owner.  “The Magic Valley Trail Enhancement Committee is focused on improving and adjoining our trail system so that we can all better enjoy the beauty our valley and canyon have to offer. Come and celebrate with your Dutch Bros family this Saturday while we donate proceeds to MaVTEC!”

In celebration of Dutch Bros being part of the Twin Falls community for a year, the stand will donate proceeds from all drink sales to the Magic Valley Trail Enhancement Committee. Funds will benefit this nonprofit as they strive to provide the Magic Valley area with places that are safe, peaceful and fun to walk, run and bike.

“We are so grateful to say we have been part of the Twin Falls community for a whole year now and can't believe the amazing customers we get to see every day!” said Amanda. 

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PHOENIX, Ariz. - Dutch Bros Arizona Creates Friends for Life

1/26/2016 -

Friends for Life LogoPHOENIX, Ariz. (Jan. 26, 2016) – On Saturday, Jan. 30, Dutch Bros Arizona will donate proceeds from the day’s sales to Friends for Life, a local Animal Rescue Shelter.

"Our main focus at Dutch Bros is the communities we serve and how we can play a role in helping them thrive!” said Jim Thompson, Dutch Bros Arizona owner. “We donate to local schools and nonprofits, keeping our donation dollars in our local communities.”

Friends for Life, is a local volunteer run nonprofit animal rescue shelter. Friend for Life rescues animals and finds them their forever homes. The organization, through education, wants to encourage kindness, respect and responsibility towards local rescue animals.

 “We love giving back, and would encourage anyone who is willing to purchase a drink, or make a donation to support this organization! This particular day is focused on animals, we want to help as there are so many left unloved, and without a home.”

All 14 Dutch Bros locations east of the I-17 will donate proceeds from their day’s sales to Friends for Life. Funds will benefit the nonprofit organization as they continue to find permanent, loving, forever homes for every animal they rescue.

"We want to connect our customers who may want a furry loved one with Friends for Life," said Jim. “We hope to see you on Saturday!"

To find an Dutch Bros location near you, please visit: www.dutchbros.com/locations

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PORTLAND, Ore. - Dutch Bros Lloyd Makes More Play as They Donate Over $4,000 to Harper’s Playground

1/26/2016 -

Dutch Bros Lloyd Grand Opening CrewPORTLAND, Ore. (Jan. 26, 2016) – On Wednesday, Jan. 20, Dutch Bros partnered with Harper’s Playground and the Portland community in celebration Dutch Bros’ first Portland Espresso Bar located at 430 NE Lloyd Blvd, and raised $4,218 for the local nonprofit.

The grand opening spanned a 24-hour period, beginning on Wednesday, Jan. 20 at 5 a.m. and continued until Thursday, Jan. 21 at 5 a.m. For the first 24-hours, Dutch Bros Lloyd offered customers with $1 medium drinks, and donated the proceeds from the day’s sales to Harper’s Playground. 

Harper’s Playground is a local nonprofit with a vision of a more inclusive world, one playground at a time. Proceeds will help “make more play” in the Portland community as the nonprofit continues to develop innovative parks that people of all abilities can experience.

"“There is nothing better than kicking off an awesome location while supporting an awesome local organization like Harper’s Playground,” said Kevin Murphy, Dutch Bros Portland owner.

Dutch Bros Lloyd is the first Dutch Bros Espresso Bar in the Portland area. This location operates the company’s traditional drive-thru model, which will be open 24-hours day. Dutch Bros Lloyd also has a walk in feature, where the community can have a visually enhanced espresso experience via the Modbar espresso machine daily from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m.

“We are excited to see store 256 and the first Portland Dutch Bros Espresso Bars up and running,” said Travis Boersma, Co-Founder, Dutch Bros Coffee. “I’m so excited about the theater-like experience around espresso that our new Modbar provides the customer.”

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EUGENE, Ore. - Dutch Bros Eugene and Community Raised Over $1,700 for Kids’ FIRST

1/22/2016 -

Dutch Bros CupEUGENE, Ore. (Jan. 22, 2016) – On Friday, Jan. 15, Dutch Bros Eugene on Coburg Rd. raised $1,763.50 for Kids' FIRST by donating $1 from every drink sold.

Kids' FIRST provides intervention and advocacy for local children in the Eugene area who have witnessed or have been victims of crimes. Sarah Rydell, a Dutch Bros Eugene employee began working with this nonprofit for her senior project and has continued her work as an intern. She has been working towards raising funds to provide these children with a better experience.

Jonah and Brittany Boersma, Dutch Bros Eugene owners wanted to support their employee as she continues to make positive impact on their community, and surprised Sarah by matching the total donation amount that their Dutch Bros location at 1633 Coburg Rd. raised on Jan. 15.

"We are so thrilled at the turn out for our giveback day to Kids' FIRST," said Jonah Boersma. "The support from our team and customers was overwhelming, and we are proud of our DB community for coming together for this organization. Thank you to all that participated in spreading awareness or making a contribution for child abuse advocacy."

The day brought in a rush of customers who not only bought drinks to support Kids' FIRST, but also donated outside of their coffee orders. With the donation match from Jonah and Brittany the total donation to Kids' FIRST is $1,763.50. All funds will directly benefit Kids' FIRST and enable Sarah to move closer to her goal to improve the center, as well as raise awareness about the fight against child abuse and neglect.

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PORTLAND, Ore. - Drum Roll Please… Dutch Bros Lloyd Celebrates Opening with Harper’s Playground

1/15/2016 -

Dutch Bros Lloyd StorefrontPORTLAND, Ore. (Jan. 15, 2016) - On Wednesday, Jan. 20, Dutch Bros will celebrate its first Portland espresso bar, at 430 NE Lloyd Blvd. Part of the celebration will be that all medium drinks will be $1 for the first 24-hours and proceeds will benefit Harper’s Playground .

“We’re extremely excited and thankful to be working with Harper’s Playground,” said Kevin Murphy, Dutch Bros Portland Owner. "We are so inspired by their work and can't wait to see their next project."

Harper’s Playground, is a local nonprofit organization that creates playgrounds for people of all abilities to enjoy. Every dollar will contribute to the innovative creation of new parks around the Portland area, helping Harper’s Playground, “make more play” in our community.

“First and foremost, I would like to stress how thankful we are to have been chosen for this honor and support,” said G Cody QJ Goldberg, Harper’s Playground Executive Director/Harper’s Dad. “We especially appreciate that Dutch Bros is born and raised in Oregon, like ourselves. We are all about play and appreciate that Dutch Bros adopted the optimist code because play is one of the most optimistic activities you can do.”

On Wednesday, Jan, 20, from 5 a.m. to 5 a.m. on Thursday, Jan. 21, all medium drinks, including specialty coffee, freezes, smoothies, and Dutch Bros Blue Rebel™ will be $1.

Dutch Bros Lloyd will be the first Dutch Bros of its kind in Portland. It will have a drive-thru, as well as a walk in feature, fully equipped with a Modbar espresso machine providing a visually enhanced theater experience, which features Dutch Bros' love of espresso. 

“We are excited to be in the Lloyd and Convention Center’s neighborhood,” said Kevin. “This location is really going to elevate what we are all about and bring the Dutch Bros flare to the Rose City.”

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Eugene, Ore. - Dutch Bros Eugene Puts Kids’ First

1/12/2016 -

Kids' First Logo

EUGENE, Ore. (Jan. 12, 2016) – On Friday, Jan. 15, the Dutch Bros Eugene stand located at 1633 Coburg Rd. will donate $1 from every drink sold to Kids’ First.

"We are thrilled to be of service to Kids' First," said Dutch Bros Eugene Owner, Brittany Boersma. "This is an organization dedicated to child abuse intervention, and here at Dutch Bros we love to support non profits dedicated to advocacy for kids in our community. Children deserve to be heard, to be safe and to feel loved."

Kids’ First is a local, nonprofit organization that provides intervention and advocacy for children who have witnessed or are victims of a crime. The local owners, Jonah and Brittany Boersma, employ a barista, Sarah, who recently completed her senior project on this local organization. Her project goal was to raise funds to improve the center by providing toys, play set, carpet, etc. to Kids’ First.

"My time as an intern at Kids' FIRST has helped me to discover my passion in life, which is to give a voice to the children who have experienced abuse and neglect," said Sarah Rydell, Dutch Bros Eugene employee. "I have been given an amazing opportunity to partner with Dutch Bros Eugene to raise money for this nonprofit organizations to help them provide a better experience for children who are going through a very difficult time, as well as raise awareness of the fight against child abuse and neglect in our own county."

Jonah and Brittany want to help their employee as she continues to make a positive impact in the Eugene community. On Friday, Dutch Bros Eugene located on Coburg Rd. will donate $1 from every drink sold to Kids’ First. Funds will help support Sarah’s project to provide the nonprofit with items to improve the center.

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GRANTS PASS, Ore. - Cheer All Around As Dutch Bros’ 12 Days of Christmas Benefits Community

12/22/2015 -

Dutch Bros' 12 Days of Christmas Wrap PartyGRANTS PASS, Ore. (Dec. 22, 2015) – Dutch Bros’ 12 Days of Christmas has been spreading holiday cheer all with the help of you, and our community. The fun continues with a wrapping party at the Dutch Bros headquarters, located at 300 N. Valley Way on Wednesday, Dec. 23. 

Beginning on Sunday, Dec. 13, Dutch Bros locations in Josephine and Klamath Counties have been participating in a variety of themed days that encourage all to give or receive joy this holiday season. 

The 12 Days of Christmas included donation days for local organizations such as Funds for Food to the GPHS Comfort Food Program and Three Rivers School District, Canine Angels, Toys for Tots, and Joe’s Place. These days also encouraged the community to come together by spending time caroling, baking yummy treats with a Dutch Bros Cookie Cutters or paying it forward to spread even more love throughout the month of December. 

The holiday fun is not over just quite yet either, as there are three more days until Christmas. On, Dec. 23, Dutch Bros invites all to come out, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., to headquarters in Merlin to indulge in the holiday spirit. Bring your gifts and come cozy up, visit DutchWear shop for last minute gifts, and members of the Dutch Bros team help wrap your Christmas gifts. Donations will be accepted for wrapping services; all funds will benefit the Love Abounds Foundation. On Christmas Eve, the Dutch Bros will celebrate the holidays within the community.    

Dutch Bros 12 Days of Christmas is a way the Dutch Bros family could not only show their immense appreciation for the local community, but also celebrate this great time of year together as a community. 

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GRANTS PASS, Ore. - Dutch Bros’ Buck for Kids Raises Over $250,000 for Local Kids

12/16/2015 -

Buck for Kids LogoGRANTS PASS, Ore. (Dec. 16, 2015) – Friday, Dec. 4, marked the Dutch Bros annual Buck for Kids day. On this day, over 250 Dutch Bros locations in seven states raised $250,008 for local children’s organizations.

“Investing in our kids is vital. We are inspired by all the organizations that put such care and planning into providing opportunities for kids,” said Travis Boersma Dutch Bros Co-founder. “Having the opportunity to support those local organizations as they provide programs and activities that compel our youth to live their dreams is truly heart warming.”

Buck for Kids is an annual event where each Dutch Bros franchisee partners with their local community to raise funds for organizations that benefits local youth.

"We are very grateful for the gift from Dutch Bros, the money is directed to our program that serves children with special needs throughout the year," said Kip Murray, Executive Director, Arizona Recreation Center for the Handicapped in Phoenix, AZ. "Each year we have a funding gap at the end of the year and this served as our own holiday miracle." 

To raise funds, all 254 Dutch Bros locations donated proceeds from the day’s sales. Funds will go to the organization as they continue to support local youth and make a positive impact on their lives.

Arizona
All locations 
$24,173 The Arizona Recreation Center for the Handicapped - ARCH

California
Auburn, Calif. 
$3,225 Placer Children's Emergency Shelter

Chico, Calif.  
$6,000 Food for All

Citrus Heights, Calif. 
$4,432 Getty Owl Foundation

Crescent City, Calif.  
Brookings-Harbor Education Foundation

Davis Calif. 
$4,000 Families First in Davis

Dixon, Calif.
$4,000 Families First in Davis

Elk Grove, Calif. 
$1,897 Teen Center USA

Eureka, Calif. 
$1,648 Boys & Girls Club of the Redwoods

Fair Oaks, Calif.  
$4,432 Getty Owl Foundation

Fairfield, Calif.  
$1,627 Fairfield P.A.L. / Matt Garcia Youth Center

Fresno, Calif.
$3,918 CASA 

Granite Bay, Calif.  
$952 Excel Roseville

Napa, Calif.  
$800 Voices

Oakley, Calif.  
$780 Delta First 5

Orland, Calif.  
$1,100 Glenn County TAY Center

Oroville, Calif. 
$1,350 Toys for Tots

Palo Cedro, Calif.  
$5,169 CASA

Paradise, Calif. 
$1,000 Toys for Tots

Red Bluff, Calif.  
$800 NVCSS - Tehama Co. CASA

Redding, Calif.
$5,169 CASA

Rocklin, Calif.  
$3,225 Placer Children's Emergency Shelter

Sacramento, Calif. 
$4,432 Getty Owl Foundation

Santa Rosa, Calif.  
$1,124 CalServes

Sonoma, Calif. 
$550 Boys & Girls Club of Sonoma Valley  

Woodland, Calif.  
$4,000 Families First in Davis

Colorado
Colorado Springs, Colo. 
$3,532 Boys & Girls Club of the Pikes Peak Region

Idaho
Boise, Idaho 
$8,300 Boys & Girls Club of Ada County

Caldwell, Idaho 
$5,774 Boys & Girls Club of Nampa

Coeur D’Alene, Idaho 
$1,500 Boys & Girls Club of Kootenai County

Garden City, Idaho
$8,300 Boys & Girls Club of Ada County

Lewiston, Idaho 
$1,713 Boys & Girls Clubs of the Lewis-Clark Valley

Meridian, Idaho 
$7,279 Boys & Girls Club of Ada County

Moscow, Idaho 
$1,207 Moscow Schools Backpack for Kids

Nampa, Idaho 
$5,774 Boys & Girls Club of Nampa

Payette, Idaho 
$3,760 Boys & Girls Club Western Treasure Valley

Twin Falls, Idaho 
$2,200 Boys & Girls Club of Magic Valley

Nevada
Carson City, Nev.  
$1,300 Boys & Girls Club of Western Nevada

East Vegas, Nev.  
$1,663 Peggy's Attic at Child Haven

Oregon
Albany, Ore.  
$2,411 Boys & Girls Club of Albany 

Aloha, Ore,  
$4,308 Start Making a Reader Today - SMART

Ashland, Ore.  
$9,455 Boys & Girls Club of the Rogue Valley

Astoria, Ore.  
$1,788 The Wishing Tree Program

Beaverton, Ore.  
$4,308 Start Making a Reader Today - SMART

Bend, Ore. 
$5,940 Healthy Beginnings

Brookings, Ore.  
$1,000 Brookings-Harbor Education Foundation

Canby, Ore.  
$2,500 Doernbecher Children Hospital 

Cave Junction, Ore.  
$6,037 Boys & Girls Club of the Rogue Valley

Central Point, Ore.  
$9,455 Boys & Girls Club of the Rogue Valley

Clackamas, Ore.  
$1,010 Northwest Family Services

Coos Bay, Ore.  
$1,750 Boys & Girls Club of South Western Oregon

Cornelius, Ore.  
$4,902 Boys & Girls Club of Hillsboro

Corvallis, Ore.  
$4,270 Local Children's Organization

Cottage Grove, Ore.  
$10,000 The Pearl Buck Center

Dallas, Ore.  
$900 Kids Inc. of Dallas

Eugene, Ore.  
$10,000 The Pearl Buck Center

Florence, Ore.  
$765 CROW - Children's Repertory of Oregon Workshops

Forest Grove, Ore. 
$500 Tom McCall Upper Elementary

Grants Pass, Ore.  
Boys & Girls Club of the Rogue Valley

Gresham, Ore. 
$4,800 Northwest Children's Outreach

Happy Valley, Ore.  
$4,800 Northwest Family Services

Hermiston, Ore. 
$1,013 Herminston HS Booster "Adopt a Dawg"

Hillsboro, Ore.  
$4,902 Boys & Girls Club of Hillsboro

Hood River, Ore.  
$1,776 Families First

Junction City, Ore.  
$10,000 The Pearl Buck Center

Keizer, Ore.  
$4,004 Liberty House

Klamath Falls, Ore. 
$3,051 Toys for Tots

La Grande, Ore.  
$829 La Grande Optimist Kids Club

Lebanon, Ore.  
$1,018 Boys & Girls Clubs of the Greater Santiam

Lincoln City, Ore.  
$2,040 Neighbors for Kids

McMinnville, Ore.  
$3,035 Mendonca Academy of Martial Arts

Medford, Ore.  
$9,455 Boys & Girls Club of the Rogue Valley

Milton-Freewater, Ore.  
$577 Danner Farms 

Monmouth, Ore.  
$1,000 Monmouth YMCA

Newberg, Ore. 
$2,000 Toy & Joy

Newport, Ore.  
$2,040 Neighbors for Kids

North Bend, Ore. 
$1,750 Boys & Girls Club of South Western Oregon

Ontario, Ore.  
$3,760 Boys & Girls Club Western Treasure Valley

Oregon City, Ore.  
$2,500 Doernbecher Children Hospital 

Phoenix, Ore.  
$9,455 Boys & Girls Club of the Rogue Valley

Portland Ore.  
4721 NE Columbia Blvd. 
$949 Boys & Girls Regence Club 

1609 NE Glen Widing Dr. 
$4,800 Northwest Children's Outreach 

2110 NW 23rd Ave. 
$968 Boys & Girls Regence Club 

4455 SE 26th Ave. 
$603 YMCA of Columbia-Willamette: Grout Elementary School 

514 SE Belmont St. 
$842 Start Making a Reader Today - SMART 

13640 SE Division St. 
$1,010 Northwest Children's Outreach 

6710 SE Foster Rd. 
$922 Start Making a Reader Today - SMART

Raleigh Hills, Ore,  
$4,308 Start Making a Reader Today - SMART

Redmond, Ore.  
$5,940 Healthy Beginnings

Roseburg, Ore.  
$3,322 Boys & Girls Club of Umpqua Valley

Salem, Ore.  
$3,461 Liberty House

Scappoose, Ore.  
$792 Care and Share

Seaside, Ore.  
$1,788 The Wishing Tree Program

Sherwood, Ore.  
$1,215 4 Kids Sake

Sisters, Ore. 
$5,940 Healthy Beginnings

Springfield, Ore.  
$10,000 The Pearl Buck Center

St. Helens, Ore.  
$811 Toy N Joy

Sutherlin, Ore.
$1,800 Sutherlin Community Resource Center

Sweet Home, Ore.  
$486 Boys & Girls Clubs of the Greater Santiam

The Dalles, Ore.  
$1,776 Families First

Tigard, Ore. 
$1,050 Caring Closet

Tualatin, Ore.  
$1,235 Tualatin School House Pantry

White City, Ore.   
$9,455 Boys & Girls Club of the Rogue Valley

Woodburn, Ore.  
$1,915 Camp Belong

Washington
Centralia, Wash.  
$746 Salvation Army

East Vancouver, Wash.  
$1,875 Boys & Girls Club of SW Washington

Kelso, Wash. 
$2,400 YMCA of Southwest Washington

Kennewick, Wash. 
$4,432 Boys & Girls Club of Benton and Franklin Counties

Lacey, Wash.  
$1,657 North Thurston Education Foundation

Longview, Wash.  
$2,400 YMCA of Southwest Washington

Moses Lake, Wash.  
$773 New Hope

Olympia, Wash.  
$1,657 North Thurston Education Foundation

Pasco, Wash.  
$2,852 Boys & Girls Club of Benton and Franklin Counties

Richland, Wash.  
$4,432  Boys & Girls Club of Benton and Franklin Counties

Spokane, Wash.  
$8,033 Christmas Wish

Sunnyside, Wash.  
$851 Boys & Girls Club of Benton and Franklin Counties

Vancouver, Wash.  
$5,245 Boys & Girls Club of SW Washington

Walla Walla, Wash.  
$812 Friends of Children of Walla Walla

Wenatchee, Wash.  
$2,586 Chelan-Douglas CASA

Yakima, Wash. 
$690 Children’s Village

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About Dutch Bros Coffee
Dutch Bros Coffee is the country’s largest privately held, drive-thru coffee company, with over 250 locations and over 5,000 employees in seven states.

Dutch Bros serves specialty coffee, smoothies, freezes, teas and a private-label, Dutch Bros Blue Rebel™ energy drink.

The rich, proprietary coffee blend is handcrafted from start to finish. Every ingredient is measured, every process timed, and every cup perfected.

With a mission of, “Making a Difference, One Cup at a Time,” Dutch Bros donates over $2 million annually to nonprofit organizations and local causes selected by local owner-operators.

Dutch Bros Coffee is headquartered in Grants Pass, Ore., where it was founded in 1992 by Dane and Travis Boersma, brothers of Dutch descent.

To learn more about Dutch Bros, visit http://www.dutchbros.com, like Dutch Bros Coffee on Facebook or follow @DutchBros on Twitter.

FOR MEDIA ONLY

Jen Wheatley, pr@dutchbros.com, 541.226.7787

Silverton, Ore. - Dutch Bros Opens New Location in Silverton

12/16/2015 -

Dutch Bros Silverton StorefrontSilverton, Ore. (Dec. 16, 2015) – Friday, Dec. 18, Dutch Bros will celebrate their new location at 705 McClaine by donating proceeds to the Silverton School District.

To celebrate, all 16-oz. drinks, including specialty coffee, smoothies, freezes, and Dutch Bros private label energy drink, Dutch Blue Rebel™ will be $1. Proceeds from the day’s sales will benefit the Silverton School District as they continue to cultivate character and academic success in their students.

“Dutch Bros is an amazing company that continues to bless everyone involved,” said Shannon Williams, Dutch Bros Silverton owner. “I am lucky to be a part of that!"

Dutch Bros Silverton is locally owned and operated by Shannon Williams, this will be her second Dutch Bros location. Dutch Bros Silverton will be open from Sunday to Thursday from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Fridays and Saturdays from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m.

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FAIRFIELD, Calif. - Dutch Bros Fairfield Hosts Toy Drive for the Children’s Nurturing Project

12/04/2015 -

Children's Nurturing ProjectFAIRFIELD, Calif. (Dec. 2, 2015) – Monday, Dec. 7, Dutch Bros Fairfield will hold a toy drive for the Children’s Nurturing Project.

The Children’s Nurturing Project's mission is to promote the importance of healthy relationships between children and their parents through numerous services and educational programs. These programs help assure that families are creating a healthy and stable environment where children are nurtured and able to develop to their full potential. 

To encourage participation, Dutch Bros locations in Fairfield will give customers a 9-stamp loyalty card with a donation of a new, unwrapped toy.

All toys will benefit the Children’s Nurturing Project’s Holiday Toy Drive that delivers toys and goods to local youth ranging from birth to 18 years old. Toys from this drive will help brighten the holidays for local families in need.

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DIXON, Calif - Dutch Bros Coffee Joins the Dixon Community

12/01/2015 -

Dutch Bros Dixon StorefrontDIXON, Calif. (Dec. 1, 2015)  – On Friday, Dec. 4, Dutch Bros Coffee of Dixon, 2375 N. First Street, will slide open their windows for the first time. They will be celebrating the grand opening with free 16-ounce drinks from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m.

All 16-ounce drinks will be free all day long, including specialty coffee, smoothies, freezes and our private label energy drink, Dutch Bros Blue Rebel.

Friday is also Dutch Bros’ annual Buck for Kids day and the new Dixon location will be accepting donations for EMQ Families First.

Locally owned and operated by husband and wife duo, Sean and Lynsey Provost, this will be the first Dutch Bros location in Dixon. However, it joins the Provost’s other stores in Woodland and Davis. The new Dixon location will be open 24 hours a day. 

“Its been quite a ride for us to get to this point,” Said Sean Provost, Dutch Bros Dixon Franchisee. “I look forward to getting to know a new community and a new group of customers.”

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Grants Pass, OR - Dutch Bros Buck for Kids Supports Local Youth Programs

11/27/2015 -


Buck-for-KidsGRANTS PASS, Ore. (Nov. 27, 2015) – 
Friday, Dec. 4, marks Dutch Bros annual Buck for Kids day where all 253 Dutch Bros locations in seven states will donate proceeds from every drink sold to local youth organizations. 


“Kids are our future,” said Travis Boersma, Dutch Bros Co-founder.  “Investing in our kids and providing hope and a compelling future for them is monumental in my world.”


Each Dutch Bros location is locally owned and operated. Every year, each franchisee selects local youth organizations that are near to their hearts to partner with for Buck for Kids. 


“Each year we partner with our communities to support wonderful organizations,” continued Boersma. 


Buck for Kids supports numerous organizations that benefit local youth. These organizations include the Boys & Girls Club, CASA, teen centers, food programs, toy collection programs, and so many more. 

Listed below, in alphabetical order by city and state, are local organizations being supported by this year’s Buck for Kids. 


Arizona

All locations 

The Arizona Recreation Center for the Handicapped - ARCH


California

Auburn, Calif. 

Placer Children's Emergency Shelter


Chico, Calif.  

Food for All


Citrus Heights, Calif. 


Crescent City, Calif.  

Brookings-Harbor Education Foundation


Davis Calif. 

Families First in Davis


Elk Grove, Calif. 

Teen Center USA


Eureka, Calif. 

Boys & Girls Club of the Redwoods


Fair Oaks, Calif.  

Getty Owl Foundation


Fairfield, Calif.  

Fairfield P.A.L. / Matt Garcia Youth Center


Fresno, Calif.

CASA 


Granite Bay, Calif.  

Excel Roseville


Napa, Calif.  

Voices


Oakley, Calif.  

Delta First 5


Orland, Calif.  

Glenn County TAY Center


Oroville, Calif. 

Toys for Tots


Palo Cedro, Calif.  

CASA


Paradise, Calif. 

Toys for Tots


Red Bluff, Calif.  

NVCSS - Tehama Co. CASA


Redding, Calif.

CASA


Rocklin, Calif.  

Placer Children's Emergency Shelter


Sacramento, Calif. 

Getty Owl Foundation


Santa Rosa, Calif.  

CalServes


Sonoma, Calif. 

Boys & Girls Club of Sonoma Valley  


Woodland, Calif.  

Families First in Davis


Colorado

Colorado Springs, Colo. 

Boys & Girls Club of the Pikes Peak Region


Idaho

Boise, Idaho 

Boys & Girls Club of Ada County


Caldwell, Idaho 

Boys & Girls Club of Nampa


Coeur D’Alene, Idaho 

Boys & Girls Club of Kootenai County


Garden City, Idaho


Lewiston, Idaho 

Boys & Girls Clubs of the Lewis-Clark Valley


Meridian, Idaho 

Boys & Girls Club of Ada County


Moscow, Idaho 

Moscow Schools Backpack for Kids


Nampa, Idaho 

Boys & Girls Club of Nampa


Payette, Idaho 

Boys & Girls Club Western Treasure Valley


Twin Falls, Idaho 

Boys & Girls Club of Magic Valley


Nevada

Carson City, Nev.  

Boys & Girls Club of Western Nevada


East Vegas, Nev.  

Peggy's Attic at Child Haven


Oregon

Albany, Ore.  

Boys & Girls Club of Albany 


Aloha, Ore,  

Start Making a Reader Today - SMART


Ashland, Ore.  

Boys & Girls Club of the Rogue Valley


Astoria, Ore.  

The Wishing Tree Program


Beaverton, Ore.  

Start Making a Reader Today - SMART


Bend, Ore. 

Healthy Beginnings


Brookings, Ore.  

Brookings-Harbor Education Foundation


Canby, Ore.  

Doernbecher Children Hospital 


Cave Junction, Ore.  

Boys & Girls Club of the Rogue Valley


Central Point, Ore.  

Boys & Girls Club of the Rogue Valley


Clackamas, Ore.  

Northwest Family Services


Coos Bay, Ore.  

Boys & Girls Club of South Western Oregon


Cornelius, Ore.  

Boys & Girls Club of Hillsboro


Corvallis, Ore.  

Local Children's Organization


Cottage Grove, Ore.  

The Pearl Buck Center


Dallas, Ore.  

Kids Inc. of Dallas


Eugene, Ore.  

The Pearl Buck Center


Florence, Ore.  

CROW - Children's Repertory of Oregon Workshops


Forest Grove, Ore. 

Tom McCall Upper Elementary


Grants Pass, Ore.  

Boys & Girls Club of the Rogue Valley


Gresham, Ore. 

Northwest Children's Outreach


Happy Valley, Ore.  

Northwest Family Services


Hermiston, Ore. 

Herminston HS Booster "Adopt a Dawg"


Hillsboro, Ore.  

Boys & Girls Club of Hillsboro


Hood River, Ore.  

Families First


Junction City, Ore.  

The Pearl Buck Center


Keizer, Ore.  

Liberty House


Klamath Falls, Ore. 

Toys for Tots


La Grande, Ore.  

La Grande Optimist Kids Club


Lebanon, Ore.  

Boys & Girls Clubs of the Greater Santiam


Lincoln City, Ore.  

Neighbors for Kids


McMinnville, Ore.  

Mendonca Academy of Martial Arts


Medford, Ore.  

Boys & Girls Club of the Rogue Valley


Milton-Freewater, Ore.  

Danner Farms 


Monmouth, Ore.  

Monmouth YMCA


Newberg, Ore. 

Toy & Joy


Newport, Ore.  

Neighbors for Kids


North Bend, Ore. 

Boys & Girls Club of South Western Oregon


Ontario, Ore.  

Boys & Girls Club Western Treasure Valley


Oregon City, Ore.  

Doernbecher Children Hospital 


Phoenix, Ore.  

Boys & Girls Club of the Rogue Valley


Portland Ore.  

4721 NE Columbia Blvd. 

Boys & Girls Regence Club 1


1609 NE Glen Widing Dr. 

Northwest Children's Outreach 


2110 NW 23rd Ave. 

Boys & Girls Regence Club 


4455 SE 26th Ave. 

YMCA of Columbia-Willamette: Grout Elementary School 


514 SE Belmont St. 

Start Making a Reader Today - SMART 


13640 SE Division St. 

Northwest Children's Outreach 


6710 SE Foster Rd. 

Start Making a Reader Today - SMART


Raleigh Hills, Ore,  

Start Making a Reader Today - SMART


Redmond, Ore.  

Healthy Beginnings


Roseburg, Ore.  

Boys & Girls Club of Umpqua Valley


Salem, Ore.  

Liberty House


Scappoose, Ore.  

Care and Share


Seaside, Ore.  

The Wishing Tree Program


Sherwood, Ore.  

4 Kids Sake


Sisters, Ore. 

Healthy Beginnings


Springfield, Ore.  

The Pearl Buck Center


St. Helens, Ore.  

Toy N Joy


Sutherlin, Ore.

Sutherlin Community Resource Center


Sweet Home, Ore.  

Boys & Girls Clubs of the Greater Santiam


The Dalles, Ore.  

Families First


Tigard, Ore. 

Tualatin, Ore.  


Tualatin School House Pantry

White City, Ore.   


Boys & Girls Club of the Rogue Valley


Woodburn, Ore.  

Camp Belong


Washington

Centralia, Wash.  

Salvation Army


East Vancouver, Wash.  

Boys & Girls Club of SW Washington


Kelso, Wash. 

YMCA of Southwest Washington


Kennewick, Wash. 

Boys & Girls Club of Benton and Franklin Counties


Lacey, Wash.  

North Thurston Education Foundation


Longview, Wash.  

YMCA of Southwest Washington


Moses Lake, Wash.  

New Hope


Olympia, Wash.  

North Thurston Education Foundation


Pasco, Wash.  

Boys & Girls Club of Benton and Franklin Counties


Richland, Wash.  

Boys & Girls Club of Benton and Franklin Counties


Spokane, Wash.  

Christmas Wish


Sunnyside, Wash.  

Boys & Girls Club of Benton and Franklin Counties


Vancouver, Wash.  

Boys & Girls Club of SW Washington


Walla Walla, Wash.  

Friends of Children of Walla Walla


Wenatchee, Wash.  

Chelan-Douglas CASA


Yakima, Wash. 

Children’s Village

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BOISE, Idaho - Dutch Bros Boise Raises Over $2,800 for the City Light Home

11/24/2015 -

Dutch Bros Boise CrewBOISE, Idaho (Nov. 24, 2015) - On Thursday, Nov. 19, Dutch Bros welcomed their ninth Boise location and raise $2,837 for the City Light Home for Women and Children.

"We are so thankful to have the opportunity to open our ninth location in Boise," said Brian Wight, Dutch Bros Boise owner. "The love and support we receive from our community means the world to us. We are excited to have this new location and to continue to support the community we call home."

Dutch Bros Boise is locally owned and operated by Brian and Libby Wight. This is their ninth location. This new location will serve the Boise community as a drive-thru, as well as a coffee house where you can grab your favorite Dutch Bros beverage and stay awhile.

Their new location is located at 1423 State St. and will be opened everyday from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. 

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PORTLAND, Ore. - Dutch Bros Partners with Fox 12 Oregon and Les Schwab for Annual Toy Drive

11/20/2015 -

Dutch Bros CupPORTLAND, Ore. (Nov 20, 2015) – On Monday, Nov. 23, Dutch Bros locations in the Portland-Metro and surrounding areas will partner with Fox 12 Oregon and Les Schwab for their annual Toy Drive.

 

"We are so honored to be a donation site for Fox 12 and Les Schwab's Toy Drive on November 23rd," said Portland franchisee, Kevin Murphy. "We want to help as many children as we can to receive gifts this holiday season."

 

To encourage involvement all participating Dutch Bros locations will offer any size drinks for $1 with a donation of a new, unwrapped toy.

 

This toy drive serves local children and teens in the Portland-Metro and surrounding areas so that they can fully enjoy a magical time of year. Fox 12 Oregon and Les Schwab will collect donated items, which will then be distributed by 130 non-profit organizations that support local youth across Oregon.  

 

To see a list of the most sought after donation items visit Fox 12 Oregon and Les Schwab Toy Drive.

 

Below is the list of participating Dutch Bros locations in alphabetical order:  


OREGON

Aloha

6270 Sw 185th Ave.

 

Astoria

468 W. Marine Dr.

 

Beaverton

8940 S.W. Hall Blvd.

5482 Beaverton Hillsdale Hwy.

 

Canby

1115 SW 1st Ave.

 

Cornelius

1420 E. Baseline St.

 

Forest Grove

2406 Pacific Ave.

 

Gresham

17404 SE Division St

18710 SE Stark St.

 

Happy Valley

9721 SE 82nd Ave.

 

Hillsboro

21990 NW Imbrie Dr.

2991 SE 73rd Ave.

2091 SE Tualatin Valley Hwy.

1320 SW Oak St.

 

McMinnville

120 NE 5th St

1365 NE Highway 99W

1641 SW Baker St.

 

Newberg

701 Deborah Rd.

 

Oregon City

19131 Beavercreek Rd.

1002 Main St.

 

Portland

4721 NE Columbia Blvd.

11609 NE Glen Widing Dr.

2110 NW 23rd Ave.

4455 SE 26th Ave.

13640 SE Division St.

514 SE Belmont St.

6710 SE Foster Rd.

 

Scappoose

33503 SW Chinook Plaza

 

Seaside

2271 N. Roosevelt Ave.

 

Sherwood

16482 SW Langer Dr.

 

St. Helens

2274 Columbia Blvd.

 

Tigard

11746 SW Pacific Hwy.

 

Tualatin

8675 SW Old Tualatin Sherwood Hwy.

 

Woodburn

1775 Mt. Hood Ave.

2720 Newberg Hwy.

 

WASHINGTON

East Vancouver

2610 NE 138th Ave.

18911 SE Mill Plain Blvd.

 

Kelso

104 Kelso Dr.

 

Longview

901 15th Ave.

905 Ocean Beach Hwy.

 

Vancouver

5700 NE 4th Plain Blvd.

9913 NE Hazel Dell Ave.

7300 NE Hwy. 99

10417 SE Mill Plain Blvd.

 

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FRESNO, Calif. - Dutch Bros Fresno Holds Food Drive

11/17/2015 -

Dutch Bros CupFRESNO, Calif. (Nov. 17, 2015) - On Tuesday, Nov. 17, Dutch Bros locations in Fresno will collect non-perishable food items to benefit the Poverello House and the Marjaree Mason Center.

On Nov. 17, customers can receive a free medium drink with donation of five of the following canned or boxed items: potatoes, pumpkin, marshmallows, corn, yams, stuffing, green beans, and peas.

Donations will benefit the Poverello House and the Marjaree Mason Center as they provide Thanksgiving meals to local community members in need.

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BOISE, Idaho - Dutch Bros Celebrates Ninth Boise Location

11/16/2015 -

Dutch Bros Boise StorefrontBOISE, Idaho (Nov. 16, 2015) – On Nov. 19, to celebrate Dutch Bros’ newest location at 1423 State St. in Boise, all medium drinks will be $1 with proceeds benefitting the Boise Rescue Mission.

The Boise Rescue Mission has been serving local community members in need since 1985. Through donations, they provide men, women and children food, clothing and shelter. In addition they provide programs that focus on their mental and emotional needs. 

On this day, from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. all medium drinks including specialty coffee, smoothies, freezes and our private label energy drink, Dutch Bros Blue Rebel™ will be $1.

"Words cannot describe how excited we are to open our ninth location in this wonderful community we call home," said Brian Wight, Dutch Bros Boise Owner. "We enthusiastically embrace any opportunity to deepen our connection with this community."

Locally owned and operated by Brian and Libby Wight. This new Boise location will be the first of its kind in Idaho, having both a drive-thru, as well as a walk-in feature. The location will be opened everyday from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m.

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BEND, Ore. - Dutch Bros Central Oregon Donates Over $5,300 to Support Veterans

11/13/2015 -

Dutch Bros Honoring All Who ServedBEND, Ore. (Nov. 13, 2015) - On Veteran’s Day, Dutch Bros locations in Central Oregon joined forces with their community to raise a total of $5,348 for local Veterans, $2,674 will benefit Central Oregon Veteran’s Outreach and $2,674 will benefit Warfighter Outfitters.

“The turnout we saw in all three cities was amazing!” said Kaelyn Costa, Dutch Bros Central Oregon owner. “So many of our customers already knew these two great organizations and came by Wednesday specifically to support them.”

COVO, Central Oregon Veteran’s Outreach, strives to provide local homeless Veterans basic necessities of living and to support them as they take steps towards finding jobs and a life away from homelessness.

Warfighter Outfitter provides a fellowship to disabled Veterans by taking them on hunting and fishing trips, free of charge. On these trips they are able to make connections with others who have endured similar experiences. 

To raise funds all nine Dutch Bros locations in Central Oregon donated proceeds from the day’s sales. Funds supported both of these local non-profit organizations and their mission to help support local Veterans and help provide them with a better quality of life. 

“I love being a part of this tight-knit, caring community!" said Kaelyn.

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FOREST GROVE, Ore. - Dutch Bros Forest Grove Honors the Memory of Anna and Abby

11/13/2015 -

FOREST GROVE, Ore. (Nov. 13, 2015)  – On Sunday, Nov. 15, Dutch Bros Forest Grove will donate $1 from every large sold to the Anna & Abby Dance Scholarship at Ballet Forest Grove.

The Anna & Abby Dance Scholarship honors the memory of the late Anna and Abby who were performers at the local studio. The scholarship, which is awarded every June, is presented to company members who share the same love and passion for dance as Anna and Abby.  

“Sharing love and joy, one rock at a time’ is the motto,” said Tamara Wilson, Dutch Bros Forest Grove. "We are so happy to be able to support the scholarship and share in an aspiring dancer's passion." 

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LACEY, Wash. - Dutch Bros Lacey Donates $795 to The Fisher House

11/13/2015 -

Dutch Bros Honoring All Who ServeLACEY, Wash. (Nov. 13, 2015)  - On Veteran’s Day, Wednesday, Nov. 11, Dutch Bros Lacey partnered with their community to raise $795 for The Fisher House at Joint Base Lewis-McCord.

To raise funds, all Dutch Bros locations in Lacey donated proceeds from their Veteran’s Day sales.

Proceeds will benefit The Fisher House at Joint Base Lewis-McCord as they continue to serve the families of service members who are undergoing medical treatments at the Madigan Army Medical Center.

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BEND, Ore. - Dutch Bros Central Oregon Supports Local Veterans

11/09/2015 -

BEND, Ore. (Nov. 9, 2015) – On Wednesday, Nov. 11, all Dutch Bros locations in Central Oregon will donate proceeds from the day’s sales to Central Oregon Veteran’s Outreach and Warfighter Outfitters.

“It is truly amazing that we have the opportunity to support two organizations that do so much for our local Veterans,” said Kaelyn Costa, Dutch Bros Central Oregon Regional Manager. “We are truly thankful to all of our country's service members and are grateful to help organizations that benefit them in such positive ways.”

Central Oregon Veterans Outreach, COVO and Warfighter Outfitters are two local nonprofit organizations started by Veterans for Veterans. Covo, began in 2005 with the mission to provide local homeless Veterans with basic living needs and to support them as they make strides to find jobs and live a life away from homelessness.

Warfighter Outfitters provides free of charge hunting and fishing trips to Veterans who were disabled while in service. The trips, in their own way, provide counseling to these disabled Veterans, as well as gives them a sense of fellowship because they are able to meet and discuss the daily trials and tribulations of being a disabled Veterans with others who are going through the same process.

All nine locations in the Central Oregon area will donate proceeds from Nov. 11, to these two organizations that have a mission to help give local Veterans a better quality of life.

To find a location near you, visit: www.dutchbros.com/locations

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LACEY, Wash. - Dutch Bros Lacey Supports The Fisher House this Veteran’s Day

11/09/2015 -

The Fisher House LogoLACEY, Wash. (Nov. 9, 2015) - On Wednesday, Nov. 11, Dutch Bros Lacey will donate proceeds from the day’s sales to The Fisher House at Joint Base Lewis-McChord.

“We are donating to the Fisher House, because this organization not only impacts our community, but our country!” said Carrie Wall, Dutch Bros Lacey Owner.

The Fisher House at Joint Base Lewis-McChord serves family members of local service members who are undergoing surgeries and medical treatments at the Madigan Army Medical Center, MAMC, one of the busiest hospitals in the Pacific Northwest. 

“The Fisher House provides assistance to the men and women who have been injured while serving our country,” said Carrie. “These men and women have put the safety and welfare of our country ahead of themselves. This organization not only assists them during their rehabilitation process, but also recognizes that their spouse and children need just as much assistant. Providing a safe, comfortable and compassionate place for all of them to go while they recover is so important!”

All Dutch Bros Lacey locations will donate proceeds from sales on Veteran’s Day to The Fisher House.

“In our community, so many are service men and women,” said Carrie. “And I truly believe this is a cause we, as a community, can all stand behind.”

To find a location near you visit, www.dutchbros.com/locations.

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SPOKANE VALLEY, Wash. - Dutch Bros Spokane Celebrates New Location by Supporting Local Military

11/09/2015 -

Dutch Bros CupSPOKANE VALLEY, Wash. (Nov. 9, 2015) – On Wednesday, Nov. 11, from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m., Dutch Bros will celebrate its newest Spokane Valley location at 20 N. Pines Rd. by donating proceeds from the day’s sales to Operation Spokane Heroes.

On Veteran’s Day, Dutch Bros Spokane will offer all 16-oz. drinks for $1, including specialty coffee, smoothies, freezes and our private label energy drink, Dutch Bros Blue Rebel™.

Proceeds from the day will benefit Operation Spokane Heroes. A local nonprofit organization that was founded in 2001 to support local enlisted and deployed soldiers and their families.

“Operation Spokane Heroes amazingly supports local families of deployed soldiers," said Kerry Parker, Dutch Bros Spokane owner. "They have been a light during a tough time for families missing their loved ones who are serving our nation."

This new Spokane location will be open Sunday through Thursday from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. and on Friday and Saturday from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m.                                                                                    

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GRANTS PASS, Ore. - Dutch Bros Coffee Raises Over $224,000 and Continues the Fight Against Breast Ca

10/31/2015 -

Dutch Bros' Be Aware Travel Mug 2015GRANTS PASS, Ore. (Oct. 31, 2015) - For the second year Dutch Bros Coffee has sold “Be Aware” travel mugs to raise money for the fight against Breast Cancer. This year raised $209,400 for OHSU’s Knight Cancer Institute and $15,120 for Albie Aware Foundation

All 251 Dutch Bros Coffee locations in seven states sold the “Be Aware” mug in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month. For every mug sold, Dutch Bros Coffee donated $5.

“It is amazing what Knight Cancer Challenge has done to move the bar forward in cancer research. We are so grateful for the opportunity to support research that may save lives,” said Travis Boersma, Co-founder of Dutch Bros Coffee.

The $1 billion Knight Cancer Challenge was launched in 2013 after Nike Co-founder Phil Knight and his wife, Penny, pledged $500 million for cancer research if OHSU raised an equal amount by February 2016. The $1 billion investment will allow the Knight Cancer Institute to hire top scientists and their teams and to collaborate on improving methods to identify cancer at its earliest and most curable stage, and to move the most promising new detection methods and treatments from the laboratory to clinical trials as quickly as possible. 

“We are excited to participate in supporting their work,” said Boersma. "We can't wait to hear the flow of good news coming from OHSU in the years to come."

In addition to the Knight Cancer Institute, Dutch Bros also supported the Albie Aware Foundation in the Sacramento area. The foundation supports anyone in their area facing Breast Cancer. Albie Aware is there to offer support, help with referrals, answer questions, discuss options, and help navigate the journey. 

All Dutch Bros locations in seven states participated. To find a Dutch Bros near you, visit www.dutchbros.com/locations.

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KENNEWICK, Wash. - Dutch Bros Kennewick Raises over $3,400 for Coats for Kids

10/29/2015 -

Dutch Bros CupKENNEWICK, Wash. (Oct. 29, 2015) – On Friday, Oct. 23, Dutch Bros Kennewick joined forces with their community to raise $3,414 to help the Kennewick Fire Department purchase Coats for Kids.

“It is always so amazing to see the Kennewick community rally together and help a great cause,” said Nate Frary, Dutch Bros Kennewick owner. “Dutch Bros and the Kennewick Fire Department raised over $3,400 to support Coats for Kids this year thanks to the support of the community.”

To raise funds, all three Dutch Bros locations in Kennewick donated $1 from every drink sold. Proceeds will benefit the Kennewick Fire Department, as they purchase outerwear for local children in need, as winter approaches.

See original press release at http://dutchbros.com/news/wash-dutch-bros-kennewick-to-raise-funds-for-coats-for-kids

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SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Dutch Bros Sacramento Collects Over 2,300 Pairs of Socks for Those in Need

10/23/2015 -

Dutch Bros CupSACRAMENTO, Calif. (Oct. 23, 2015) – On Friday, Oct. 17, Dutch Bros Sacramento partnered with the community to participate in Socktober and raise 2,388 clothing items for Socks from the Heart to the Homeless.

“We are so excited to partner with Socks from the Heart again this year! This wonderful philanthropy was started by Matthew, when he was just 8 years old!” said Nikol Grubbs, Dutch Bros Sacramento owner. “What a great reminder that you’re never too old or too young to make a difference in the lives of others.”

Socks from the Heart to the Homeless was created by Matthew in 2011 to help local community members who are in need of basic clothing items.

To encourage participation, Dutch Bros locations in Sacramento, Fair Oaks and Citrus Heights offered customers an incentive of nine stamps on their loyalty cards with the donation of new socks or undergarments, so they can enjoy a free drink at a future visit. 

See original press release at http://dutchbros.com/news/calif-dutch-bros-sacramento-supports-socks-from-the-heart-to-the-homeless

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Coos Bay, Ore. - Dutch Bros Coos Bay Partners with Community to Raise over $2,600 for Kendra LaCroix

10/20/2015 -

Kendra LaCroixCOOS BAY, Ore. (Oct. 20, 2015)  – On Friday, Oct. 16, all three Dutch Bros Coos Bay banded together with their community to raise $2,632 to help Kendra LaCroix and her family with medical expenses. 

“We have an amazing community that always responds when there is a need,” said Brad Young, Dutch Bros Coos Bay owner.

Earlier this month, Kendra, a Coos Bay local, severed her spinal cord in a life changing ATV accident. Leaving the 14 year old without feeling in her lower body.

To raise funds, Dutch Bros locations in Coos Bay and North Bend donated $1 from every drink sold. The three locations also collected donation via on-site donation buckets. Funds will help Kendra and her family cover medical expenses.

Contribution can still be made to Kendra at: https://www.gofundme.com/yv52j73g

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KENNEWICK, Wash. - Dutch Bros Kennewick to Raise Funds for Coats for Kids

10/20/2015 -

Dutch Bros CupKENNEWICK, Wash. (Oct. 20, 2015) – Winter is upon us and Dutch Bros Kennewick will partner with the Kennewick Fire Department, on Friday, Oct. 23, for Coats for Kids.

All three Dutch Bros locations in Kennewick will donate $1 from every drink sold on Oct. 23 to the Kennewick Fire Department Coats for Kids program. Funds will go towards the purchase of winter outwear, that is much needed for so many local children, as the temperatures in Washington begin to drop.

"As a father, it's unfathomable to think a child would be without a winter coat," said Nate Frary, Dutch Bros Kennewick owner. "I sincerely hope we are able to help every child who needs a coat." 

The following participating Dutch Bros Kennewick locations will be open October 23, between 5:00 a.m. and 11 p.m.:  4305 W. Clearwater Ave.; 731 N. Columbia Blvd.; 3 W. Columbia Dr.

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SANTA ROSA, Calif. - Dutch Bros Santa Rosa Raises over $2,000 for Locals Impacted by the Valley Fire

10/20/2015 -

SANTA ROSA, Calif. (Oct. 20, 2015)  – On Sunday, Oct. 18, Dutch Bros Santa Rosa banded together with the community to raise $2,006 for local families who were impacted by the Valley Fire.

Over 19,000 residents were forced to flee to safer areas throughout Northern California, as the Valley fire blaze destroyed over 61,000 acres of land; including over 600 homes. 

"The loss for these families was devestating," said Hai Hong, Dutch Bros Santa Rosa owner. "We can't replace what they lost, but I hope we can help these families move forward."

Funds raised on Oct. 18 will support locals who lost their homes and possessions due to the Valley Fire.

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MEDFORD, Ore. - Dutch Bros Medford Raises Over $18,000 for Nik Walker

10/15/2015 -

Dutch Bros South Pacific Crew in MedfordMEDFORD, Ore. (Oct. 15, 2015) - On Friday, Oct. 9, Dutch Bros South Pacific in Medford partnered with their community to raise $18,566 for Nikkilas Walker.

Nik has been with Dutch Bros for over five years and has been managing the South Pacific location for the past two years. The Central Point local was recently diagnosed with stage IVA Papillary Thyroid Cancer. This came as devastating news for his Dutch family and the community, many who look up to Nik as a brother.

“Words don’t come close to how touched we are here, at Dutch Bros,” said Heather Cruz, Dutch Bros Medford Regional Manager. “Our community came together to stand behind Nik as he faces this battle.”

To raise funds, Dutch Bros South Pacific donated proceeds from the day’s sale, and all 19 locations in Medford collected donations via on-site donation buckets. Ty Sullivan, the owner of Dutch Bros Medford, matched the total amount raised on Oct. 9. All funds will help Nik Walker and his family offset medical expenses.

“Many know him and so many didn’t know him at all! I have chills just writing this. I speak for Dutch Bros, our employees, who worked so hard, Ty Sullivan, the Walker family, and Nik when I say, ‘Thank you,’” said Heather.

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SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Dutch Bros Sacramento Supports “Socks from the Heart to the Homeless”

10/15/2015 -

Dutch Bros CupSACRAMENTO, Calif. (Oct. 15, 2015) – On Saturday, Oct. 17, Dutch Bros locations in Citrus Heights, Fair Oaks and Sacramento will partner with “Socks from the Heart to the Homeless” to collect clothing items for local people in need.

The event dubbed, “Socktober” has the mission to collect new socks and undergarments for those in need. To encourage participation, with a donation of a new pair of socks or undergarments, customers will receive one nine-stamp loyalty card. 

Socks from the Heart to the Homeless began in 2011, by a young man named Matthew. He was inspired after he helped served Thanksgiving dinner to those in need. He wanted to do more in his community and show his compassion for local community members who needed basic clothing items.

Donations will benefit people in need in the Sacramento area.

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SANTA ROSA - Dutch Bros Santa Rosa Support Victims of the Valley Fire

10/15/2015 -

Dutch Bros CupSANTA ROSA (Oct. 15, 2015) ­– On Sunday, Oct. 18, Dutch Bros Santa Rosa will donate proceeds from the day’s sales to local families affected by the Valley Fire.

“When our neighbors are impacted in such a dramatic way, we are compelled to help,” said Hai Hong, Dutch Bros Santa Rosa owner.

The Valley Fire destroyed over 600 homes and forced more than 19,000 residents to flee to safer areas. The inferno engulfed over 61,000 acres of land. 

On Sunday, proceeds will directly benefit families who lost their homes in the Valley Fire that devastated the lives of many. 

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COOS BAY, Ore. - Dutch Bros Coos Bays Supports Kendra LaCroix

10/13/2015 -

Kendra LaCroixCOOS BAY, Ore. (Oct. 13, 2015) – On Friday, Oct. 16, Dutch Bros locations in Coos Bay and North Bend will donate $1 from every drink sold to Kendra LaCroix and her family to help offset medical expenses.

Kendra, 14, was in a life altering ATV accident earlier this month. The accident severed her spinal cord, leaving her without feeling in her lower body.  

"Kendra and her family have been Dutch Bros customers for as long as we can remember," said Brad Young, Dutch Bros Coos Bay owner. "As soon as we heard what happened, we wanted to reach out to help her and her family in any way we could. It has been truly incredible to see our community rally around Kendra. We are thankful that Dutch Bros can be a positive outlet, so we, as a community, can continue to support Kendra, in her time of need," said Brad.

To raise funds, Dutch Bros locations in Coos Bay and North Bend, will donate $1 from every drink sold on Oct. 16. Along with donating proceeds, the three locations will have on-site donation buckets. All funds will directly benefit Kendra and her family as they adjust to this new chapter in life. 

Contributions to Kendra and her family can also be made at https://www.gofundme.com/yv52j73g 

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WENATCHEE, Wash. - Dutch Bros Celebrates New Wenatchee Locations with Free Drinks

10/13/2015 -

Dutch Bros Wenatchee Store Front

WENATCHEE, Wash. (Oct. 13, 2015) – On Friday, Oct. 16, Dutch Bros will celebrate its third Wenatchee Valley location at 739 S. Mission St. by giving out free 16-oz. drinks, all day.

On Oct. 16, from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m., all 16-oz. drinks, including specialty coffee, smoothies, freezes, and out private-label energy drink, Dutch Bros Blue Rebel™ will be free.

Dutch Bros Wenatchee is locally owned and operated by husband-and-wife team Jimmy and Danielle Crocker. They opened their first Wenatchee Valley Dutch Bros in May of 2007.

“Wenatchee Valley is filled with loving people who care about their community and the individuals in it. We are excited to become part of that when we opened our first Dutch Bros here," said Jimmy Crocker, Dutch Bros Wenatchee owner. 

The Crocker’s are extremely involved with the Wenatchee community. Jimmy and Danielle giveback to numerous local causes and organizations every year; including, St. Joseph Convent Food Bank, Children’s Home Society of Wenatchee, Wenatchee YMCA Youth & Teen Programs, Wenatchee Learns, St. Joseph School, Eastmont High School, and the Muscular Dystrophy Associations.

“With each new location we have a greater ability to have a lasting and positive impact on the community we serve," said Jimmy. "We employ close 75 baristas who serve hundreds of customers daily with a cup and a genuine smile. I can’t imagine a better home for Dutch Bros and for my family!” 

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BROOKINGS, Ore. - Dutch Bros Brookings-Harbor Raises $6,156 for Edgar Canales

10/09/2015 -

Dutch Bros Brookings CrewBROOKINGS, Ore. (Oct. 9, 2015) - On Wednesday, Oct. 7, Dutch Bros locations in Brookings and Harbor partnered with their community to raise $6,156 for Edgar Canales.

Dutch Bros donated proceeds from the day’s sales, resulting in $4,103. The community and barista’s overwhelmed donation jars with an additional $2,053.

“It was an awesome day,” said local Brookings-Harbor franchisee, Tony Jantzer. “Our community really came together to support Edgar on Wednesday.”

Edgar, a local from Brookings-Harbor, was diagnosed with brain cancer in July of 2015. He recently began experimental chemotherapy in Portland.

Contributions for Edgar and his family can be made through Brookings-Harbor High School located at 625 Pioneer Rd.

“Thank you to everyone for making this day a success,” said Tony.

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AUBURN, Calif. - Dutch Bros Auburn and Community Raise $3,800 to Help Molly Anderson-Moran Kick Canc

10/05/2015 -

Dutch Bros Auburn CrewAUBURN, Calif. (Oct. 5, 2015) - On Wednesday, Oct. 1, both Dutch Bros locations in Auburn supported Molly Anderson-Moran by raising $3,800 to help her and her family offset medical expenses.

“It was an awesome day! It never ceases to amaze me how caring and generous our community is toward those in need,” said Jeremy Mauel, Dutch Bros Auburn owner.

Molly, an Auburn local, was recently diagnosed with stage IV breast cancer. She began both chemotherapy and alternative treatment methods in June. Molly and her young family are experiencing various changes and challenges due to the daily effects of cancer.  

To raise funds, both Dutch Bros Auburn locations donated proceeds from the day’s sales, as well as collected contributions via on-site donation buckets. Funds will help Molly and her family with medical and living expenses. 

“There's a lot of support for Molly here in Auburn and we're all looking forward to her beating this!" said Jeremy.

Donations can still be made at: youcaring.com/molly-anderson-moran-376631

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SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Dutch Bros Sacramento Supports Albie Aware for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

10/05/2015 -

Dutch Bros 2015 "Be Aware" Travel MugSACRAMENTO, Calif. (Oct. 5, 2015) – Throughout the month of October, all Dutch Bros locations in the Sacramento area will donate $5 from every “Be Aware” travel mug sold to Albie Aware.

Albie Aware is a local nonprofit that began in 2004. Donated funds will go toward direct services to help community members receive a proper diagnosis and support those who are facing or fighting breast cancer . Albie Aware wants to provide awareness of breast cancer prevention, treatment methods and in addition has financial support programs available. They work hard to show the importance of self-examinations, annual screenings and diagnostic tests. 

Beginning Thursday, Oct. 1, all Sacramento area Dutch Bros locations will have “Be Aware” travel mugs in stock. Mugs can be purchased for $12, which includes a Dutch Bros beverage of the customer’s choice, while supplies last. $5 from the sale of every mug will directly benefit Albie Aware.

To find a location near you, visit www.dutchbros.com/locations

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GRANTS PASS, Ore. - Dutch Bros Partners with the Knight Cancer Institute at Oregon Health and Scienc

10/02/2015 - Dutch Bros "Be Aware" Travel MugGRANTS PASS, Ore. (Oct. 2, 2015) – On Thursday, Oct. 1, Dutch Bros will kicked-off Breast Cancer Awareness Month by releasing “Be Aware” travel mugs – Dutch Bros will donate $5 from every mug sold to the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute for breast cancer research.

Beginning Oct. 1, the “Be Aware” travel mugs will be available at all 250 Dutch Bros locations for $12 while supplies last. A mug purchase will also include a Dutch Bros drink of your choice. Dutch Bros will donate $5 from every mug sold to breast cancer research.Funds will directly benefit the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute and will support breast cancer research, helping researchers find better ways to detect, treat and prevent breast cancers.

Dutch Bros is committed to helping the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute end cancer as we know it. The institute’s track record of success and vision to transform cancer research and care recently inspired Nike Co-founder Phil Knight and his wife, Penny to donate $500 million to the Knight Cancer Institute as part of a successful two-year $1 billion matching challenge campaign. Dutch Bros’ donation helped OHSU reach this challenge match and will continue to support its scientific vision.

“We are grateful for the support of Dutch Bros and their customers,” said Lisa Coussens, associate director of basic research for the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute. “Each ‘Be Aware’ mug purchase will help make a difference in the fight against cancer.”

All Dutch Bros locations in seven states will be participating. To find a location near you, please visit www.dutchbros.com/locations.

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MEDFORD, Ore. - Dutch Bros Medford Help Nik Walker Offset Medical Expenses

10/02/2015 -

Nik WalkerMEDFORD, Ore. (Oct. 2, 2015) – On Friday, Oct. 9, the Dutch Bros South Pacific location in Medford will donate proceeds from the day’s sales to their stand manager, Nikkilas Walker to help offset medical expenses.

“I know I'm speaking for any employee that knows Nik when I say how excited we are to do this event for him! Nik is not just a friend,” said Heather Cruz, Dutch Bros Medford Regional Manager. “He falls more into the brother category for so many! He has been such a ray of sunshine to all he meets.”

Nik, a Central Point local, was diagnosed with stage IVA Papillary Thyroid Cancer in July of 2015. Nik has been working at Dutch Bros for five years, and have been managing the South Pacific stand for the past two years. The news of his cancer took a toll on his Dutch family, who wants to do whatever they can to help.

“I know so many in our community know his face and bright smile. We plan on blowing this day up! Employees from other stands have offered to jump in and help so that we can get the lines out even faster then normal! We'll also have donation jars for anyone wanting to contribute.”

On Friday, Dutch Bros South Pacific will donate proceeds from the day’s sales to Nik and his family to help cover medical expenses.

“Not only will proceeds from this day go towards Nik’s medical bills, but our franchisee Ty Sullivan, Dutch Bros Medford owner, has offered to match whatever we make that day,” said Heather.  

The South Pacific Dutch Bros stand in Medford is located at 2338 S. Pacific Hwy. and will be opened from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Oct. 7.  

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RED BLUFF, Calif. - Dutch Bros Red Bluff Supports Local Schools

10/02/2015 -

Dutch Bros CupRED BLUFF, Calif. (Oct. 2, 2015) – On Wednesday, Oct. 7, Dutch Bros Red Bluff will donate $1 from every drink sold to the purchase school supplies for three local schools.

Dutch Bros Red Bluff will donate supplies to three local schools: Meteer Elementary, Bidwell School and Antelope Elementary. To encourage participation, Dutch Bros Red Bluff distributed flyers to the schools in order to create excitement for this giveback day.

On Oct. 7, all customers need to do to donate to their desired school is to let the barista know what school they would like their $1 to go to. All funds will go towards the purchase of new school supplies for the three schools.

Participating Dutch Bros Red Bluff locations:
5 a.m. to 10 p.m. at 645 Antelope Blvd. 
5 a.m. to 11 p.m. at 430 S. Main St.

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KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. - Dutch Bros Donates over $1,500 to the Merkel Miracle

10/01/2015 -

Hayden CrebbinKLAMATH FALLS, Ore. (Oct. 1, 2015) – On Saturday, Sept. 26, Dutch Bros Klamath Falls and Klamath Union High School played a friendly flag football game in support of Hayden Crebbin, where $1,556 was raised to help Hayden offset medical expenses.

Hayden, a Klamath Falls local, was diagnosed with Merkel Cell Cancer this past June. This is a rare form of skin cancer, which is usually found in people over the age of 50, making Hayden's case even more unusual as she is only 21.

The Merkel Miracle: The Art of Celebrating Cancer is Hayden blog. This is a platform where she is able to explain her journey with cancer. Her blog not only shines a light onto what she is going through, but is also an outlet of inspiration and strength to all whom read her story.

“Hayden is truly one of a kind,” said Kristen Von Tersch, Dutch Bros Klamath Falls Regional Manager. “Her spirit is contagious and she is a fighter. We are so happy we were able to support her, in her time of need.”

Donations from Sept. 26 will directly benefit Hayden and her family to help her offset her medical expenses. To raise funds, Dutch Bros Klamath Falls set up a Rebel bar at the game. They also had on-site donation buckets. Contributions can continue to be made to the Hayden Crebbin charity account at the Umpqua Bank in Klamath Falls.

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BROOKINGS, Ore. - Dutch Bros Brookings-Harbor Supports Local Teen as he Battles Cancer

9/30/2015 -

Edgar CanalesBROOKINGS, Ore. (Sept. 30, 2015) - On Wednesday, Oct. 7, Dutch Bros locations in Brookings and Harbor will donate proceeds from every drink sold to support Edgar Canales as he continues his battle with cancer.

Edgar, a Brookings-Harbor local, was diagnosed with brain cancer in July of 2015. He has been going through experimental chemotherapy in Portland.

"We're so honored to be able to support Edgar as he goes through this battle," said local Brookings-Harbor franchisee, Tony Jantzer. "We hope this day is a reminder of how much he is loved and that we're all behind him."

The two Dutch Bros locations in Brookings-Harbor will also have on-site donation buckets available. All funds will directly benefit Edgar and his family in their time of need.

Contributions can also be made to Edgar and his family through Brookings-Harbor High School located 625 Pioneer Rd.

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FAIRFIELD, Calif. - Dutch Bros Fairfield Raises over 700 Items for Sheldon Elementary

9/30/2015 -

Dutch Bros CupFAIRFIELD, Calif. (Sept. 29, 2015) - On Monday, Sept. 21, Dutch Bros Fairfield rallied with their community to raised 710 various school supplies for Sheldon Elementary.

To encourage participation, Dutch Bros Fairfield provided customers with one loyalty card, which had 9 of the 10 stamps needed for a free drink when they donated three new school supplies.

“The 9-stamp fundraiser was amazing!” said Kayleigh Slover, Dutch Bros Fairfield owner. “It was awesome to see our community get involved and give back to the students at Sheldon!”

See the complete list of school supplies donated: School Supplies

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AUBURN, Calif. - Dutch Bros to Support Molly Anderson-Moran as she Kicks Cancer

9/29/2015 -

AUBURN, Calif. (Sept. 29, 2015) - On Thursday, Oct. 1, Dutch Bros Auburn will kick off Breast Cancer Awareness Month with a proceeds day in support of Molly Anderson-Moran and her battle with breast cancer.

Molly, 30, was diagnosed with stage IV breast cancer in May of 2015. She began chemotherapy, as well as alternative treatment methods in June. Molly and her young family are Auburn locals and undergoing numerous changes and challenges from the daily effects of cancer.

"Molly has been a long time customer and we want support her in her fight to kick cancer,” said Jeremy Mauel, owner of Dutch Bros Auburn.

On Thursday, both Dutch Bros locations in Auburn will donate proceeds from the day’s sales, as well as collect donations via on site donation buckets. These funds will directly benefit Molly and her family to help cover treatment and living expenses.

Contributions can also be made at: youcaring.com/molly-anderson-moran-376631.

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EUREKA, Calif. - Dutch Bros Raised Over $6,600 for Eureka High School and Celebrated 10 Years in Hum

9/25/2015 -

Dutch Bros Eureka Celebrates 10-Years in HumboldtEUREKA, Calif. (Sept. 25, 2015) – On Friday, Sept. 18, Dutch Bros Eureka celebrated their 10-year anniversary and raised $6,658 for the creative arts programs at Eureka High School.

To celebrate 10-years in Humboldt county, every item purchased Dutch Bros gave customers one loyalty card with 9-stamps of the 10-stamps needed for a free drink. Dutch Bros also donated the proceeds from the day’s sales to Eureka High School.

“The way the community turns out for local givebacks is nothing short of amazing,” said Sean Pates Dutch Bros Humboldt owner. “It is incredibly rewarding to be part of the Humboldt community for 10 years. The support shown for Dutch Bros and every organization we contribute to makes our work extremely rewarding.”

Funds will directly benefit the high school’s creative arts programs and the school’s mission of providing students with an education that is relevant, engaging and comprehensive.

“We really appreciate our fans' support and the love they show us when we do givebacks like this,” said Sean.

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GRANTS PASS, Ore. - Dutch Bros Goes The Whole Nine Yards for National Coffee Day

9/25/2015 -

Dutch Bros' National Coffee Day 9-Stamp PromotionGRANTS PASS, Ore. (Sep. 25, 2015) - National Coffee Day is Tuesday, Sept. 29 and to celebrate, all Dutch Bros Coffee locations will offer customers nine of the 10-stamps needed on their loyalty cards, with every large drink purchased.

National Coffee Day is one of Dutch Bros’ favorite holidays. This day allows the Dutch Bros family to provide an awesome cup of coffee, and show customers how much they are appreciated. 

“Our customers are the heart of Dutch Bros,” said Travis Boersma, Co-founder of Dutch Bros Coffee. “We always enjoy the opportunity to crank some tunes, have some fun and make someone’s day amazing.”

Every Dutch Bros location is locally owned and operated, keeping the company deeply rooted in each community. Philanthropy is a cornerstone of the company’s culture and our customers and communities are key to being able to giveback. 

Dutch Bros is in the relationship business and uses every opportunity to show its communities how much they are valued. Without them the company would not be where it is today. Coffee is the reason Dutch Bros is able to create lasting connections with customers and positively contribute to the communities that mean so much to the company. So on September 29, Dutch Bros celebrates the strong relationships we have built with our customers. 

Find a Dutch Bros. location near you by visiting www.dutchbros.com/locations

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CARSON CITY, Nev. - Dutch Bros Carson City Rallies to Raise $1,700 for Safe Grad

9/22/2015 -

Dutch Bros CupCARSON CITY, Nev. (Sept. 22, 2015) - On Friday, Sept. 18, Dutch Bros Carson City partnered with their community to raise $1,700 for Carson High School’s Safe Grad event.

“The community really came together last Friday and showed their support for the Carson High Safe Grad Program,” said Jill Head, Dutch Bros Carson City owner. “We are happy to see that so many others feel it's important to give the kids a safe place to celebrate on graduation night.”

Safe Grad is a parent and community run event that celebrates graduating high school seniors at Carson High School. Since 1988, Safe Grad has provided an outlet for seniors as they wrap up their high school careers in a safe and sober environment.

On Sept. 18, Dutch Bros Carson City donated $1 from every drink sold to the school’s Safe Grad night. Funds will directly benefiting Carson High School in their effort to promote an alcohol and drug free celebration for these graduating students.

See original release at Dutch Bros Carson City Supports Safe Grad.

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FRESNO, Calif. - Dutch Bros Fresno Supports MDA Muscle Walk

9/22/2015 -

Dutch Bros CupFRESNO, Calif. (Sept. 22, 2015) – On Saturday, Sept. 26, at MDA's Muscle Walk Dutch Bros Fresno will serve drinks from their Rebel bar and donate proceeds to support the Central California chapter of the Muscular Dystrophy Association, MDA.

MDA Muscle Walk is an annual event that brings the community together to help fight and raise money for local community members with life-altering muscle diseases. Walking in this event raises support for local clinics and youth summer camps for children with muscle diseases.

On Saturday, Dutch Bros Fresno will set-up a Rebel bar that will offer small hot coffee and small iced Rebel at the MDA Muscle Walk event. Funds will support MDA research in their search for treatment and potential cures.

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Klamath Falls - Dutch Bros Klamath Falls Joins the Merkel Miracle

9/22/2015 -

Hayden CrebbinKLAMATH FALLS (Sept. 22, 2015) – On Saturday, Sept. 26, Dutch Bros Klamath Falls will play Klamath Union High School in a friendly flag football game; proceeds from the day will help offset Hayden Crebbin’s medical expenses.

Hayden Crebbin, 21, was diagnosed with Merkel Cell Cancer on June 26. Not only is this form of skin cancer extremely rare, but it usually only affects people over the age of 50. Hayden regularly blogs about her journey with cancer as a way to help people understand her story. “The Art of Celebrating Cancer” inspires people to live a positive life and to find strength in the little things.

"The biggest impact we can make is coming together with our community to support the people we share it with,” said Kristen Von Tersch, Dutch Bros Klamath Falls Regional Manager. “Hayden is a friend of our team. She and her family are well known for helping people in our community and we are so thankful to be able to give back to them."

On Sept. 26, Dutch Bros Klamath Falls will set up a Rebel bar at the flag football game with proceeds from those sales directly benefitting Hayden. There will be on-site donation buckets as well. Contributions can also be made to the Hayden Crebbin charity account at the Klamath Falls’ Umpqua Bank.

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FAIRFIELD, Calif. - Dutch Bros Fairfield Holds Fundraiser for Sheldon Elementary

9/18/2015 -

FAIRFIELD, Calif. (Sept. 18, 2015) - On Monday, Sept. 21, Dutch Bros Fairfield will hold a school supply fundraiser to benefit Sheldon Elementary.

To encourage participation, for every three new school supplies donated, customers will receive one loyalty card with nine of the ten stamps needed for a free drink. Dutch Bros Fairfield appreciates all school supply items donated. The following ten items are most needed by Sheldon Elementary. These items include: pencils, copy paper, lined paper, expo markers, spiral notebooks, crayons, fine point washable markers, washable markers, tissue paper, and folders.

Dutch Bros Fairfield is located at 1420 W. Texas St. and will be collecting donations from 5:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Monday. 

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CARSON CITY, Nev. - Dutch Bros Carson City Supports Safe Grad

9/15/2015 -

CARSON CITY, Nev. (Sept. 15, 2015) – On Friday, Sept. 18 Dutch Bros Carson City will donate $1.00 from every drink sold to Carson High School’s Safe Grad event.

Carson High School has been participating in safe grad night since 1988. Safe grad is a parent and community sponsored 24-hour party that celebrates recently graduated high school seniors in a safe and sober environment. 

“Safe Grad keeps the kids safe and out of trouble on graduation night,” said Andy Head, Dutch Bros Carson City owner. “Without the support of the community his event can’t take place.”

On Sept. 18, $1.00 from every drink sold at Dutch Bros Carson City will be directly donated to the high school’s Safe Grad night. There will also be on site donation buckets. These funds will help Carson High School in their efforts to celebrate graduating students in a way that positively reflects on their high school careers while promoting abstinence from drugs and alcohol.

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EUREKA, Calif. - Dutch Bros Eureka Celebrates 10 Years in Humboldt in True Dutch Fashion

9/15/2015 -

EUREKA, Calif. (Sept. 15, 2015) – On Friday, Sept. 18, Dutch Bros Eureka will celebrate their 10-year anniversary in Humboldt by not only holding a 9-stamp day, but also by donating the day’s proceeds to Eureka High School’s Music Department.

Dutch Bros Eureka wants to giveback to a community that has given them so much love and support throughout the years. Customers will receive one loyalty card with 9-stamps for every item purchased on Sept. 18.

This day of celebration will also support their community. Proceeds from the day’s sales will benefit Eureka High School’s Music Department and the school’s mission to provide its students with a relevant, engaging and comprehensive education.

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SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Dutch Bros Sacramento Raises Funds for the USA Water Ski Junior Program

9/15/2015 -

SACRAMENTOCalif. (Sept. 15, 2015) – From Friday, Sept. 18 to Sunday, Sept. 20,  Dutch Bros Sacramento will donate $1 from every drink sold at its mobile unit at the USA Water Ski ProAm to the USA Water Ski Junior Program of the Western Region.

The Junior Development Programs helps further the skills of water ski athletes of all ability levels. Through junior water ski activities and clinics, youth under the age of 17 are able to reach new levels of competitive skiing.

This 3-day fundraiser will take place at the Waterski Tournament at Bella Acqua Lake. Dutch Bros Sacramento will be at the tournament from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Proceeds will directly benefit the USA Waterski Junior Program and its goal to attract new skiers, to promote junior skiers and to provide skiers with opportunities for growth.

This is a great opportunity to get to know your local Dutch Bros employees, while helping support local youth as they develop healthy habits. This is a family friendly event, with a swimming area. The lake is located at 935 E. St. in Rio Linda, Calif. Parking is $5, but admission to the tournament is free. 

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EUREKA, Calif. - Dutch Bros Eureka “Ices Out Autism” and Raised Over $1,800 for FAAN

9/10/2015 -

Dutch Bros Cup LogoEUREKA, Calif. (Sept. 10, 2015) – On Wednesday, Sept. 1, Dutch Bros Eureka partnered with their community to “Ice Out Autism” and raised $1,875 for FAAN, Families Advocating Autism Now.

“We love supporting local, grassroots organizations like FAAN. Using our drinks as a way to gain support and exposure for these amazing groups is incredible,” said Sean Pates, Dutch Bros Humboldt County Owner. “There's no better feeling than seeing how Humboldt rallies around the support of the community.”

Dutch Bros Eureka donated proceeds from the sales of cold drinks hence the event being dubbed, “Ice Out Autism”. These funds will go directly to FAAN, a local nonprofit organization that supports children in Humboldt County who have been diagnosed with Autism.

FAAN, is dedicated in finding ways to provide Autistic children opportunities to excel in extraordinary ways, both in education and life.

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AUBURN, Calif. - Dutch Bros Auburn Raises Over $1,200 for K-9s

9/04/2015 -

AUBURN, Calif. (Sept. 4, 2015) – On Wednesday, Sept. 2, Dutch Bros Auburn combined forces with their community to raise $1,250 to support the Placer County K-9 program.

On this day, Dutch Bros Auburn located on Grass Valley Hwy. donated $1 from every drink sold. These funds will directly benefit the Placer County Sherriff’s K-9 program. A program, which trains canines to efficiently use their heighten sense of hearing and smell to help complete high-risk and missing person cases, vehicle pursuits and barricaded person situations.

“The Placer County Sheriff's Office, their K-9 Unit and the Foothills K-9 Association are grateful beyond words for Dutch Bros in Auburn, their wonderful employees and the great citizens of our community as we partner new handlers and dogs together,” said Deputy Shawn Rosner with the Placer County Sheriff’s Department. “The job we do is made easier with the kindness, generosity and support of the citizens we serve and businesses like Dutch Bros who take an active role in supporting the community. Thank you cannot be said enough!“

To encourage community involvement, the Placer County K-9s: Jet, Yukon, Finn, Niko, Jordy, Ben, Ego, and Ringo, made appearances throughout the day at Dutch Bros Auburn. These dogs and their Sheriff counterparts held demonstrations for the community, as well as held meet and greets.

See original release at Dutch Bros Auburn Supports Placer County K-9s.

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GRANTS PASS, Ore. - Dutch Bros “Excellent Adventure” Inspired Youth’s Creativity and Promotes Compel

9/02/2015 -

Stella, 11, Dutch Bros art contest winnerGRANTS PASS, Ore. (Sept. 2, 2015) - The “Excellent Adventure” continues for the Dutch Bros art contest winner as she receives the grand prize of her artwork being featured as the company’s new kids cup as well as a $5,000 scholarship to be used towards her future aspirations. 

Stella Rieth, 11, from Boise was surprised on Tuesday, Sept. 1, at her school by a limo and a full Dutch Bros entourage. The Dutch Bros crew showed up after school with her parents to celebrate her and her artwork. Stella was then notified she was the winner of the DB Kids Cup art contest and was presented with a year’s supply of free Dutch Bros, Dutch Bros merchandise, art supplies, and a $5,000 scholarship. 

Jeff Yarnell, the local owner of Dutch Bros Meridian and the location Stella and her family visit the most will be matching the $5,000 scholarship. These funds will benefit arts programs at Stella’s school: Lowell Scott Middle School.    

“We love seeing kids participate in the arts and went through all of the entries that came through the stands. They were thoroughly impressive,” said Jeff Yarnell. “We are so stoked for Stella and excited to contribute to the arts at Lowell Middle School which provides students an outlet to freely express themselves.”

The art contest inspired many creative cup designs that helped Jr. Mafia and Princess Penny stop the Mischievous Mad Cow from e-RAY-sing the color from the Dutch World. On Saturday, Aug. 1, Dutch Bros released its first issue of the “Dutch Bros Excellent Adventures Activity Book” to all locations. 

The activity book followed the adventures of Jr. Mafia and Princess Penny as they ventured to different worlds to try to stop the Mad Cow from ridding the world of the beautiful color and artwork.

For two weeks, from Saturday, Aug. 1 to Saturday, Aug. 15, Dutch Bros provided children 12 years and younger a creative outlet to show what inspires them and asked them how they would recolor the Dutch world. Entries were accepted at all 249 locations, and then mailed to the Dutch Bros headquarters in Merlin, Ore. where they were judged based on creativity. 

“There were so many wonderful entries that we decided to feature multiple works of art in 2016,” said Travis Boersma, Dutch Bros Co-founder. “Thank you for adding color back into Jr. Mafia and Princess Penny’s world. Together, we were able to stop the Mad Cow and show him that as along as there are inspired and creative minds our world will always be colorful.“

See original release at Dutch Bros Kids Cup Contest

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BEND, Ore. - Dutch Bros Central Oregon Raises $1,998 in Honor of the Dog Dayz of Summer

8/31/2015 -

Brightside Animal Center LogoBEND, Ore. (Aug. 31, 2015) - On Tuesday, Aug. 25, Dutch Bros Central Oregon partnered with their community to celebrate the Dog Dayz of Summer by raising $1,998 for the Brightside Animal Center.  

“This is one of our favorite days of the year,” said Kaelyn Costa, Dutch Bros Central Oregon. “We love seeing everyone’s furry friends, and being able to support Brightside Animal Center is great.”  

To encourage community participation, all nine Dutch Bros locations in Central Oregon donated $2 from every 32-oz. drink sold. These funds will benefit this no-kill center as they help shelter, rehabilitate and rehome local animals. Brightside strives to save all animals that come through its doors and have some of the highest save rates in the country.

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EUREKA, Calif. - Dutch Bros Eureka Looks to Ice Out Autism

8/28/2015 -

FAAN LogoEUREKA, Calif. (Aug. 28, 2015) – On Wednesday, Sept. 2, Dutch Bros Eureka will partner with their community to “Ice Out Autism” by donating proceeds from the sales of cold drinks to FAAN, Families Advocating Autism Now.

FAAN, is a local nonprofit organization that supports children in Humboldt county who have been diagnosed with Autism. The organization is dedicated to finding new ways for these children to adapt to the changes they will face on their educational journey. FAAN wants to provide opportunities for these children to excel in extraordinary ways. 

The event dubbed, “Ice Out Autism”, will take place on Sept. 2. Proceeds from the sales of cold beverage throughout the day will be donated to FAAN. These funds will enable FAAN to provide scholarships and visual learning aids that allow students on the Autistic Spectrum to be successful in both their education and life skills.  

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PLACER COUNTY, Calif. - Dutch Bros Auburn Supports Placer County K-9s

8/28/2015 -

PLACER COUNTY, Calif. (Aug. 28, 2015) - On Wednesday, Sept. 2, Dutch Bros Auburn will donate $1 from every drink sold to support the Placer County K-9 program.

The Placer County K-9 program trains canines to help complete searches for high-risk situations, vehicle pursuits, barricaded suspects, and missing person cases. They help the local police force keep their communities safe by being able to search areas quickly and efficiently, saving countless hours of precious time.

On Sept. 2, the Dutch Bros Auburn stand located at 405 Grass Valley Hwy. will donate $1 from every drink sold. These funds will benefit this unit as they strive to train these animals to use their extraordinary sense of smell and hearing to positively benefit their community.

The Placer County K-9 program who will be benefitting from the proceeds day will be at the location throughout the day for the community to meet, as well as watch live K-9 demonstrations. Dutch Bros Auburn location will be open on this day from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m.

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LEWISTON, Idaho - Dutch Bros Lewiston Raises Nonperishable Items for Local Families and Firefighters

8/25/2015 -

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LEWISTON, Idaho (Aug. 25, 2015) – On Sunday, Aug. 23, Dutch Bros Lewiston partnered with their community to fill two cargo trailers worth of nonperishable food, water, clothing, and household items for local families and firefighters, who have been affected by the wildfires.

“We were thrilled to see so many community members coming out to support of our firefighters, families and community despite the poor air quality on Sunday,” said Michelle Cameron, Dutch Bro Lewiston Owner. “It was a great success and we’re all so fortunate to live in such a great area where neighbors are willing to help neighbors.”

Dutch Bros Lewiston served as a donation site for the Salvation Army and collected both nonperishable items and cash donations. The Salvation Army will distribute these items to local families and firefighters dealing with the devastating affects of the wildfires.

To encourage community participation, Dutch Bros Lewiston locations offered a free 16-oz. iced Rebel or Dutch Freeze with the donation of five nonperishable food or beverage items.

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NAPA, Calif. - Dutch Bros Napa Raises Over $1,200 for the Boys & Girls Club

8/25/2015 -

Dutch Bros CupNAPA, Calif. (Aug. 25, 2015) – On Friday, Aug. 21, Dutch Bros Napa partnered with their community to raise $1,258 for the Boys & Girls Club of Napa Valley.

“The day was filled with fun and tons of community involvement,” said Mackenzie Shoemaker, Dutch Bros Napa Operator. “Since we opened last April, the Boys & Girls Club of Napa Valley has supported us. It was such an honor to partner with the city of Napa to giveback to this awesome organization.”

Dutch Bros Napa donated $1 from every drink sold to the Boys & Girls Club to help the club achieve its mission of helping youth reach their full potential as productive, thoughtful and responsible citizens. Proceeds will also help the Boys & Girls Club of Napa Valley to continue to provide a safe and positive atmosphere for youth while providing programs that promote academic success and healthy lifestyles.

“The money will go directly towards student scholarships, to help more kids have the chance to be part of the Club.” said Mackenzie.

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KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. - Dutch Bros Klamath Falls Raises Over $1,300 for Local Schools and Foster Child

8/21/2015 -

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. (Aug. 21, 2015) – On Monday, Aug. 17, the Dutch Bros location in downtown Klamath Falls raised $1,305 to help provide supplies for local schools and foster children.

"It is so important to invest in children's futures," said Kristen VonTersch, Dutch Bros Klamath Falls Regional Manager. "It was great to see our community come together to support the educational success of local children."

On this day, the downtown Klamath Falls Dutch Bros donated proceeds from the day’s sales to the Department of Human Services. These funds will help them purchase supplies that both local schools and foster children will need for the upcoming school year. 

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SONOMA, Calif. - Dutch Bros Sonoma Raises $1,677 for the Sonoma Valley Education Foundation

8/21/2015 -

SONOMA, Calif. (Aug. 21, 2015) – On Wednesday, Aug. 19, Dutch Bros Sonoma united with their community to raise $1,677 for theSonoma Valley Education Foundation.

To raise funds, Dutch Bros Sonoma donated $1 from every drink sold. These proceeds will benefit the Sonoma Valley Education Foundation as they strive to enrich the school experience for students and help them succeed in all of their educational endeavors.

“The event was amazing,” said Dutch Bros Sonoma Operator, Mackenzie Shoemaker. “It was so cool to see the town rally around such an awesome organization that supports the local public schools here in Sonoma.”

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BEND, Ore. - Dutch Bros Central Oregon Celebrates the Dog Dayz of Summer

8/20/2015 -

BEND, Ore. (Aug. 20, 2015) – On Tuesday, Aug. 25, Dutch Bros locations in Bend, Redmond and Sisters will banded together with their communities to celebrate the Dog Dayz of Summer to benefit the Brightside Animal Center.

The Brightside Animal Center is a no-kill shelter in Redmond, Ore. that strives to save animals that come through its door and find them forever homes. This center has some of the highest save rates in the country.

"Dutch Bros Central Oregon has celebrated the Dog Dayz of Summer for several years," said Kaelyn Costa, Dutch Bros Central Oregon. "We would love all our furry friends find their forever home."

All nine Dutch Bros locations in Central Oregon will donate $2 from every 32-oz. drink sold on Aug. 25 from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. These funds will benefit Brightside as they shelter and rehabilitate animals, as well as prepare them for their next home.

To find a location near you, please visit: www.ducthbros.com/locations 

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LEWISTON, Idaho - Dutch Bros. Lewiston Holds Food Drive for Those Affected by the Wildfires

8/19/2015 -

Dutch Bros. CupLEWISTON, Idaho (Aug. 19, 2015) – On Sunday, Aug. 23, Dutch Bros. Lewiston will collect nonperishable food and beverage items for local families and firefighters affected by the recent wildfires.

“There's already been an enormous outpouring of love from our community,” said Matt and Michelle Cameron, Dutch Bros. Lewiston owners. “We appreciate the opportunity to be able to thank these people in person that are contributing to the families and firefighters in need.”

To encourage participation, Dutch Bros. Lewiston will provide a free 16-oz. iced Rebel or 16-oz. Dutch Freeze with the donation of five nonperishable food or beverage items. The locations will be collecting food and cash donations from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. Free drinks will be limited to four per vehicle.

Locations will serve as a donation drop site for the Salvation Army. The Salvation Army will distribute the nonperishable items to local families and firefighters who have been negatively affected by these wildfires. There is a high need for bottled water, protein bars, crackers, instant meals, trail mix, fruit snacks, etc.

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AUBURN, Calif. - Dutch Bros. Partners with Community to Raise over $2,800 for Relay for Life

8/18/2015 -

Dutch Bros. CupAUBURN, Calif. (Aug. 18, 2015) – On Friday, Aug. 14, Dutch Bros. locations in Auburn raised $2,864 in support of the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life.

“We were so impressed with the turnout for Relay for Life,” said John Anderson, Dutch Bros. Auburn Regional Manger. “The Auburn community never ceases to amaze us with their support and generosity.”

Both Dutch Bros. locations in Auburn participated by donating proceeds from the day’s sales.

Relay for Life is an overnight fundraising walk that supports the American Cancer Society. Thousands have joined the walk to honor cancer survivors, pay tribute to loved ones and fight back against cancer.

“I had the opportunity to bring coffee to the participants early Sunday morning as the event was wrapping up,” said John. “It was incredible to see the dedication of those who were still walking 20 hours after my first visit. The individuals who organized the event did a great job, they clearly put countless hours into the event and it really showed.”

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NAPA, Calif. - Dutch Bros. Raises Funds for Napa Valley’s Boys & Girls Club

8/18/2015 -

Napa Valley Boys & Girls Club LogoNAPA, Calif. (Aug. 18, 2015) ­– On Friday, Aug. 21, Dutch Bros. Napa will donate $1 from every drink sold to the Boys & Girls Club of Napa Valley.

The proceeds will help the Boys & Girls Club with its mission of enabling youth to reach their full potential as productive, thoughtful and responsible citizens. The Boys & Girls Club of Napa Valley gives youth a safe and positive atmosphere while providing them programs that promote academic success and healthy lifestyles.

On Aug. 21 Dutch Bros. Napa, located at 2815 Jefferson St., will donate $1 from every drink sold from 5:30 a.m. to 11 p.m. 

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Klamath Falls, Ore. - Dutch Bros. Klamath Falls Helps Provide Supplies for Local Students

8/14/2015 -

Dutch Bros. CupKLAMATH FALLS, Ore. (Aug. 14, 2015) – On Monday, Aug. 17, Dutch Bros. Klamath Falls will donate proceeds to help local schools and youth who are in need of supplies for the upcoming year.

"We're always so stoked when we are able to help our community," said Kristen VonTersch, Dutch Bros. Klamath Falls Regional Manager. "Especially when we able are to partner with our community to support local children."

On Monday, the downtown Klamath Falls Dutch Bros. location from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m., will donate proceeds from the day’s sales to the Department of Human Services. These funds will enable them to purchase school supplies for local schools and foster children.

Dutch Bros. Klamath Falls downtown stand is located at 201 S. 6th St. 

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Payette, Idaho - Dutch Bros. Celebrates New Payette Location with Free Drinks

8/14/2015 -

Dutch Bros. Payette StorefrontPAYETTE, Idaho (Aug. 14, 2015) – On Wednesday, Aug. 19, Dutch Bros. welcomes a new location in Payette by having free drinks all day.

On Aug. 19, from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. all medium drinks, including specialty coffee, smoothies, freezes, and our private-label energy drink, Dutch Bros. Blue Rebel™ will be free.  

“We are looking forward to being a part of the growing Payette community,” said Dutch Bros. Snake River owner Danielle Fleck. “We look forward to supporting this area as well as providing a great cup of coffee with a smile!”

Dutch Bros. Payette, locally owned and operated by husband and wife duo, Derrick and Danielle Fleck will be open Monday through Sunday from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. They also own and operate Dutch Bros. Ontario, making this new stand their second Dutch Bros. location in the Snake River area.

The Fleck’s are extremely involved with their community. They continue to support local organizations and have donated over $23,000 since their doors opened in 2012. Proceeds have benefitted the Boy & Girls Club of West Treasure Valley, Fruitland High School, Treasure Valley Community College, Autism Speaks, Four Rivers Relay for Life, and the Muscular Dystrophy Association.

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SONOMA, Calif. -Dutch Bros. Sonoma Supports the Sonoma Valley Education Foundation

8/14/2015 -

SONOMA, Calif. (Aug. 14, 2015) – On Wednesday, Aug. 19, Dutch Bros. Sonoma will donate $1 from every drink sold to the Sonoma Valley Education Foundation.

The Sonoma Valley Education Foundation strives to enrich the school experience for students and help them succeed in school by inspiring them to learn. This foundation serves 4,600 local students daily.

Dutch Bros. Sonoma is located at 711 Broadway and will be open on Wednesday from 5:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. Proceeds from the day will benefit excellent programs the foundation uses to create a generation of students who want and love to learn.

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MERIDIAN, Idaho - Dutch Bros. Meridian and Community Raise Funds in Support of Jacob Prindle

8/12/2015 -

Dutch Bros. CupMERIDIAN, Idaho (Aug. 12, 2015) – On Monday, Aug. 10, Dutch Bros. Meridian joined forces with its community to raise $4,722 to help Jacob Prindle offset medical expenses.

The Mountain View High School student recently collapsed in front of his Meridian home. This collapse was identified as a stroke, which is extremely rare for someone Jacob’s age.

To raise funds, all Dutch Bros. locations in Meridian donated $1 from every drink sold on Aug. 10. These funds will help Jacob and his family cover medical and physical therapy expenses. The proceeds will be donated to a fundraiser set up by the Mountain View High School football community.

“We are incredibly thankful to be part of a community that can rally together to help one another,” said Natalie Brown, Dutch Bros. Meridian Community Relations Specialist. “Our Meridian community is so kind and generous. It was wonderful to see everyone come together to support Jacob and his family.”

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AUBURN, Calif. - Dutch Bros. Auburn Rallies for Relay

8/11/2015 -

Dutch Bros. CupAUBURN, Calif. (Aug. 11, 2015) – On Friday, Aug. 14, Dutch Bros. locations in Auburn will donate proceeds to the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life.

To raise funds, both Dutch Bros. locations in Auburn will donate proceeds from the day’s sales.

The American Cancer Society invests these funds in groundbreaking cancer research as well as providing free information and services to cancer patients and their families,” said Dutch Bros. Gold Country Regional Manager John Anderson.

Relay for Life is an overnight fundraising walk in support of the American Cancer Society. Thousands have joined together to honor cancer survivors, pay tribute to love ones who have passed and to fight back against cancer – a disease that affects everyone.

“Nearly everyone has been affected by cancer in some way or another. We and our crew at Dutch Bros. are no exception,” said John. “We are excited to be a part of the Auburn chapter of Relay for Life this year to help support those currently suffering from cancer, as well as to celebrate those who are cancer survivors! We'd love to see Auburn help out on Friday and support Relay for Life, while enjoying a cup of coffee!”

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SUNNYSIDE, Wash. - Dutch Bros. Joins Forces with Community in Honor of Angela and Kyle Walker

8/10/2015 -

Dutch Bros. CupSUNNYSIDE, Wash. (Aug. 10, 2015) – On Thursday, Aug. 6, Dutch Bros. Sunnyside partnered with its community to raise $6,642 for the four daughters of the late Angela and Kyle Walker.

On July 26, Kyle and Angela were in a tragic car accident that claimed their lives; leaving behind four daughters, ages 15 to 18.

Dutch Bros. Sunnyside wanted to show its support for these girls in this difficult time and help them in any way possible. On Aug. 6, Dutch Bros. donated proceeds from the day’s sales as well as had on site donation buckets.

"We just want to thank everyone that came out to support the family," said Dutch Bros. Sunnyside owner Erin Bates. "We are so stoked to be able to help."

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MERIDIAN, Idaho - Dutch Bros. Meridian Donate Proceeds to Support Jacob Prindle

8/05/2015 -

Jacob PrindleMERIDIAN, Idaho (Aug. 5, 2015) ­– On Monday, Aug. 10, Dutch Bros. Meridian will donate $1 from every drink sold to Jacob Prindle and his family to help cover recent medical expenses.

Jacob Prindle, a Meridian local, collapsed at his home last week and had suffered from a stroke, which is rare for someone his age.                     

The Mountain View High School football community joined forces as soon as they heard what happened to their young defensive lineman. They set up a fundraiser to help cover Jacob’s medical and physical therapy expenses.

"Jacob is a friend to many of our employees and we want to help," said Jeff Yarnell, Dutch Bros. Meridian owner. "We hope the day will provide support for his family and positive energy for his healing process."

Dutch Bros. Meridian will donate $1 from every drink sold on Aug. 10 to this fund. Many Dutch Bros. employees know Jacob and want to support him in anyway they can.  

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SUNNYSIDE, Wash. - Dutch Bros. Sunnyside Honors the Memory of Angela and Kyle Walker

8/04/2015 -

Dutch Bros. CupSUNNYSIDE, Wash. (Aug. 4, 2015) - On Thursday, Aug. 6, Dutch Bros. Sunnyside will donate proceeds from the day’s sales to support the daughters of the late Angela and Kyle Walker.

Sunday, July 26, husband and wife, Kyle and Angela Walker lost their lives in a tragic car accident. They leave behind four daughters ages 15-18.

"We want to do our part to support these girls in an incredibly difficult time," said Erin Bates, Dutch Bros. Sunnyside owner.

On Thursday, Aug. 6, Dutch Bros. Sunnyside will donate proceeds from the day's sales to support the four girls. In addition, to donating proceeds from the day there will also be on site donation buckets.

Dutch Bros. Sunnyside is located at 2630 Yakima Valley Hwy. and will be open from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Thursday. 

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EUREKA, Calif. - Peace, Love and Paws at Dutch Bros. Eureka

8/03/2015 -

Dutch Bros. CupEUREKA, Calif. (Aug. 3, 2015) – On Thursday, Aug. 6, Dutch Bros. Eureka will donate proceeds from the day’s sales to the Sequoia Humane Society to help celebrate the 20th annual Woofstock and Mutt Strut benefitting the Humane Society’s Animal Medical Fund. 

The Sequoia Humane Society is a no-kill shelter that promotes the importance of pet adoption, animals being spayed and neutered and community education on humane treatment of animals. This shelter wants all of its animals to become part of loving homes and will not use euthanasia as means for population control.

Their annual event, Woofstock and Mutt Strut, is a way the shelter can raise awareness for pet adoption and humane treatment of animals, but also to raise funds that support animals who seek more in depth medical treatments and care.

On Thursday, from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m., both Dutch Bros. Eureka locations will donate proceeds from the day’s sales to the Sequoia Humane Society and Woofstock. These funds will support of the Humane Society’s Animal Medical Fund and homeless pets waiting to be adopted by loving homes.

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FAIRFIELD, Calif.- Dutch Bros. Fairfield and Community Honor their Warrior Angel: Shae McCord

8/03/2015 -

Dutch Bros. Fairfield FAIRFIELD, Calif. (Aug. 3, 2015) – On Thursday, July 30, Dutch Bros. Fairfield raised $6,500 in honor of the late Shae McCord. The funds benefit a college scholarship fund for her two sisters: Falin and Catlyn. 

Shae, who turned 10 in June, enjoyed going to Dutch Bros. Fairfield after chemotherapy sessions. Shae always had a huge smile on her face and brightened the day of Dutch Bros. employees every time they saw her.

On Saturday, July 19, as she was surrounded by love ones, Shae McCord lost her second battle with stage 4 brain cancer.

To honor her memory, on July 30, the Dutch Bros. Fairfield crew wore purple, Shae’s favorite color, as they remembered her positivity and incredibly cheerful smile. 

Proceeds from the day’s sales will benefit Shae's two sisters and their future educational journey. Falin is interested in a future career in Marine Biology and Catlyn is interested in studying Physical Therapy.

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SPOKANE, Wash. - Ken’s Troops Rally with Dutch Bros. Spokane to Raise Over $29,000

8/03/2015 -

Dutch Bros. SpokaneSPOKANE, Wash. (Aug. 3, 2015) – On Friday, July 31, Dutch Bros. Spokane partnered with their community and the Eastern Washington men’s basketball team to raise $29,148 for Ken Hopkins as he adjusts to a new chapter in life.

On Monday, July 13, the 30 year radio veteran, station producer and cohost of the popular radio show, “Dave, Ken & Molly” was in a life-altering bicycle accident, which left him paralyzed from the waist down.

Ken is extremely well known in the Spokane area, and brings joy and laughter to the greater Spokane area everyday via the 92.9 KZZU’s morning show and his strides in radio producing.

"Out of all the fundrasiers we have done, this one was so special," said Dutch Bros. Spokane owner, Kevin Parker. "Many, from employees to regular customers to people in the community, spoke of the emotion of the day."

To raise funds, all six Dutch Bros. Spokane locations donated $1 from every drink sold as well as had on-site donation buckets. Dutch Bros. locations in Coeur d'Alene also served as donation sites. In addition, locations offered 16-oz. drinks for $2 and hosted the Eastern Washington basketball team and head coach, Jim Hayford from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m.

Dave Sposito, Ken’s cohost, set up a fund in support of Ken’s recovery. Contributions can still be made at: http://www.gofundme.com/3b8zccyrc.

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GRANTS PASS, Ore. - Dutch Bros. Takes Kids on An Excellent Adventure

7/29/2015 -

Dutch Bros. Excellent Adventures Activity BookGRANTS PASS, Ore. (July 29, 2015)  – On Saturday, Aug. 1, Dutch Bros. will release the first issue of the “Dutch Bros. Excellent Adventures Activity Book,” which includes a coloring contest to redesign the Dutch Bros. Kids Cup. 

The activity book follows the adventures of Jr. Mafia and Princess Penny as they try to stop the Mischievous Mad Cow from ridding the world of beautiful artwork and color from the Dutch Bros. Kids Cup. 

Beginning on Aug. 1, all 249 Dutch Bros. locations in the seven states the company operates in, will receive the “Dutch Bros. Excellent Adventures Activity Book” as well as new Kids Cups with minimal design. This new, limited edition Mad Cow Cup, will be released in conjunction with the message in the activity book: to stop the Mad Cow from e-RAY-sing the color from the world. 

Within the pages of the Activity Book, kids 12 years old and younger are encouraged to participate in the Cup Design Contest; to help Jr. Mafia and Princess Penny add color back into their world that the Mad Cow e-RAY-sed. There will be a template of the cup provided in the book, and a digital copy will be available online at http://www.dutchbros.com/DBKidsCupThe contest will run from Saturday, Aug. 1 to Saturday, Aug. 15. All entries must be submitted to a barista at your local Dutch Bros. stand. From there, entries will be sent to Dutch Bros. headquarters and judged based on creativity. One winner will be chosen and their artwork will become the new design for Dutch Bros. Kids Cup at all locations. 

"I'm super stoked about this project. It’s what Dutch Bros is all about," said Dutch Bros. Creative Director, Tom Spagnolo. "Having fun, being creative and our lifting up our future generation. I can’t wait to see all the awesome designs the kids come up with for our new kids cup!"

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SPOKANE, Wash. - Dutch Bros. Spokane rallies Ken’s Troops and Community in Support of Ken Hopkins

7/28/2015 -

Ken HopkinsSPOKANE, Wash. (July 28, 2015) – On Friday, July 31, all Dutch Bros. Spokane locations will donate $1 from every drink sold to Ken Hopkins of the “Dave, Ken & Molly” show.

Ken, a 30 year radio veteran, one of the hosts of a 92.9 KZZU’s morning show as well as the station’s program director, was in a life altering bicycle accident on Monday, July 13; leaving him paralyzed from the waist down. 

On Friday, all six Spokane locations will donate $1 from every drink sold to help Ken and his family as they adjust to new daily routines. "We really hope to raise enough to help the family remodel their home to accommodate Ken's needs," said Kerry Parker, Dutch Bros. Spokane owner. 

In addition, Spokane locations will also offer 16-oz. drinks for $2 including, specialty coffee, smoothies, freezes, and Dutch Bros. private label energy drink, Dutch Blue Rebel™.

The Eastern Washington basketball players and head coach, Jim Hayford will be at each Dutch Bros. Spokane location from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. The community wants to show their support to a man that has brought them so much joy over the years.

Along with donating proceeds, Dutch Bros. Spokane locations will have on-site donation buckets. Contributions can also be made at, http://www.gofundme.com/3b8zccyrc, a fund set up by Ken’s cohost: Dave Sposito. Additionally, Dutch Bros. locations in Coeur d'Alene will serve as donation sites on Friday. 

To find a location near you, please visit: www.dutchbros.com/locations

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FAIRFIELD, Calif.- Dutch Bros. Fairfield Honor Shae McCord’s Memory

7/27/2015 -

Shae McCordFAIRFIELD, Calif. (July 27, 2015) – On Thursday, July 30, Dutch Bros. Fairfield will donate proceeds from the day's sales, in honor Shae McCord’s memory, to benefit a college scholarship fund for her two sisters: Falin and Catlyn.

Shae McCord was diagnosed with stage 4 brain cancer in May 2013. In the summer of 2014, Shae completed chemotherapy, but the cancer returned right as Thanksgiving was approaching.

Shae, who turned 10 this past June, was a regular at Dutch Bros. Fairfield. She would brighten up the employee’s day every time they heard her drink order or saw her cheerful smile.

“Despite her illness, she always had a big smile on her face,” said Dutch Bros. Fairfield owner Kayleigh Slover. “She touched many of our hearts.”

Surrounded by love ones, Shae passed away on Saturday, July 19. As soon as Dutch Bros. Fairfield heard this heart-wrenching news, they wanted to help in anyway they could.

On Thursday, from 5:30 a.m. to 10 p.m., Dutch Bros. Fairfield will be decked out in purple, Shae’s favorite color, and will donate proceeds from the day to the Shae McCord College Scholarship Fund. On this day, Dutch Bros. Fairfield wants to honor Shae’s memory and support her family in their time of need.

The fund will help her sister’s embark on their future educational endeavors. Falin, who wants to study Marine Biology, and Catlyn, who is interested in studying Physical Therapy, will benefit immensely from this scholarship.

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PLACER COUNTY, Calif. - Dutch Bros. Raises over $4,000 to Send Youth to Summer Camp

7/22/2015 -

Dutch Bros. CupPLACER COUNTY, Calif. (July 22, 2015) – On Friday, July 17, Dutch Bros. locations in Placer County partnered with their community to raise $4,140 for youth to attend Young Life summer camp.

Dutch Bros. locations in Granite Bay, Auburn and Rocklin donated proceeds from every drink sold on July 17 to Young Life scholarship funds. These funds provide the opportunity for kids to attend one of the summer camp sessions. 

Young Life camp has impacted the lives of many adolescents since 1950. The camp provides these young adults a safe environment where they can open up about what life challenges and struggles they face on a daily basis. This camp strives to create a positive life experience for all kids.  

"Kids are the foundation of our future,” said Dutch Bros. Granite Bay owner Mattie Place. “We want as many as possible to experience Young Life because it teaches them that they have meaning and purpose in their lives."       

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PLACER COUNTY, Calif. - Dutch Bros. Helps Send Youth to Summer Camp

7/15/2015 -

Dutch Bros. CupPLACER COUNTY, Calif. (July 15, 2015) – On Friday, July 17, Dutch Bros. locations in Placer County will donate proceeds to Young Life to help students attend summer camp.

"Young Life is an amazing organization that has been impacting teens in Placer County for over 40 years,” said Dutch Bros. Auburn/Rocklin owner Heather Mauel. “Young Life leaders enter the lives of high school students and walk along side of them, through the highs and lows."

On this day, Dutch Bros. locations in Granite Bay, Rocklin and Auburn will donate proceeds from every drink sold. Drinks include specialty coffee, smoothies, freezes, teas, and our private label Dutch Bros. Blue Rebel™ energy drink.

Since 1950, Young Life camp has impacted the lives of thousands of adolescents. The camp allows young adults to experience positive life experiences while being given a safe environment to open up about what challenges and life struggles they are facing. The funds raised will provide scholarship funds; making sure all kids have an opportunity to attend one of the camps.

To find a location near you, visit: dutchbros.com/locations

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SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Dutch Bros. and Community Raised over $4,000 for Zack Attack

7/15/2015 -

Zack DillSACRAMENTO, Calif. (July 15, 2015) – On Monday, July 13, Dutch Bros. in the Sacramento area banned together with the community for Zack Attack and raised $4,318 for Zack Dill as he battles Ewing’s Sarcoma.

“Our crews were so happy to have the opportunity to meet Zack, he is rock star,” said Dutch Bros. Sacramento owner Nikol Grubbs. “We are praying for healing and courage for him and strength for his family.”

A local from Citrus Heights, the 10 year-old Zack Dill was diagnosed with Ewing’s Sarcoma, a rare form of bone cancer, in 2014. In the fall of 2014 he went into remission and was able to start the fourth grade. In April 2015, doctors discovered the Ewing’s Sarcoma had returned as well as spread to additional places within Zack’s body.

Recently, Zack was accepted into a clinical trail at the University of California, San Francisco Medical Center. These funds will help cover the family’s expenses from multiple trips from Citrus Heights to San Francisco in order for Zack to receive the treatment he needs.

To raise funds Dutch Bros. locations in Citrus Heights, Sacramento and Fair Oaks participated in Zack Attack, where $1 from every drink sold on July 13 was donated to Zack and his family.

Contributions can also be made at gofundme.com/zackdill

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LINCOLN CITY, Ore. - Dutch Bros. Celebrates Lincoln City Opening with Free Drinks

7/13/2015 -

Lincoln City StorefrontLINCOLN CITY, Ore. (July 13, 2015) – On Wednesday, July 15, Dutch Bros. will celebrate, the highly anticipated, Lincoln City location by giving away all 16-oz. drinks for free.

On this day, from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. all 16-oz. drinks will be free, including specialty coffee, smoothies, freezes, and our private-label energy drink, Dutch Bros. Blue Rebel™.

“It’s about the people, not just the coffee,” said Dutch Bros. Lincoln City owner Mike Bojarski. “I’m so excited we have the chance to provide a new location for the Lincoln City community.”

Mike also locally owns and operates the Dutch Bros. location in Newport, making Lincoln City his second stand. Dutch Bros. Lincoln City will be open everyday from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m.

Mike supports a wide variety of local causes. Primarily honing in on the youth, Dutch Bros. Newport works with neighboring youth programs including Neighbors for Kids, H.E.L.P. (Homeless Education and Literacy Project), the Children's Advocacy Center, East County back-pack program and Operation snack packs to name a few. There are several programs designed to help raise funds for the Newport area schools as well. He is excited to open the Lincoln City store and become more involved in another part of the county.

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PHOENIX, Ariz. - Shake It for Ryan House Raises Over $26,000

7/10/2015 -

Ryan House LogoPHOENIX (July 10, 2015)  – For 10 days, June 26 to July 5, all Dutch Bros. locations in the Phoenix area participated in Shake it for Ryan House and raised $26,546 for the local non-profit organization.

To raise funds, all 16 Dutch Bros. locations in the Phoenix area donated $1 from every Dutch Frost sold from June 26 to July 5. Jim Thompson and Caleb Berkey, the area franchisees, were blown away from the community support over the 10 days.

“Our community never ceases to amaze,” said Caleb Berkey, Dutch Bros. West Valley owner. “Ryan House is a wonderful organization and we are blessed to be able to help in anyway we can.”

“Ryan House is truly incredible,” said Dutch Bros. Phoenix-area owner, Jim Thompson. “We are honored to be able to support this organization as they provide care to children with life-threatening conditions and their families.” 

The local non-profit organization, Ryan House, provides respite and end-of-life care to Arizona children with life-threatening conditions and their families. The services provided at Ryan House are truly one of a kind. Children are given the opportunity to participate in activities that nurture family relationships as they receive care in a comfortable, home-like environment.

Together, we were able to Shake it for Ryan House and provide a ray of light in an otherwise dark day. The support allows these local families to see that they do not have to go through this journey alone. They are shown that they have a community of support as their child and families receive the care they need.

For information about Ryan House, please visit www.ryanhouse.org or call (602) 200-0767, option 3.

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SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Zack Attack at Dutch Bros. Coffee

7/10/2015 -

Zack DillSACRAMENTO, Calif. (July 10, 2015) – On Monday, July 13, Dutch Bros. locations in Citrus Heights, Sacramento and Fair Oaks will donate $1 from every drink sold to Zack Dill as he battles Ewing’s Sarcoma – a rare form of bone cancer.

Zack Dill, a 10-year-old Citrus Heights local was diagnosed with Ewing’s Sarcoma in 2014. He went into remission in the fall and was able to begin the fourth grade. However, in April 2015 doctors discovered the Ewing’s Sarcoma had not only returned, but spread to additional places within Zack’s body.

Recently, Zack was accepted into a clinical trial at the University of California, San Francisco Medical Center. The donated funds will help cover the family's expenses from multiple trips from Citrus Heights to San Francisco where he can receive the treatment he needs.

"Zack's smile is contagious and we want to do our part to keep him grinning! Our Dutch family is an extension of our own, we are blessed by our customers on a daily basis,” said Dutch Bros. Sacramento owner Nikol Grubbs. “It is a privilege to help Zack! He may be small, but he is mighty!" 

Zach Attack, as the event is known, will take place on Monday, July 13. On this day, all three Dutch Bros. locations will donate $1 from every drink sold to Zack and his family. The Dutch Bros. locations will run the promotion from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. Participating locations are as followed: Citrus Heights, located at 7445 Madison Ave.; Fair Oaks, located at 8552 Madison Ave.; and Sacramento, located at 5289 Auburn Blvd.

Contributions can also be made to Zack and his family at gofundme.com/zackdill

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Grants Pass, Ore. - Dutch Bros. Coffee Featured on the EntreLeadership Podcast

7/03/2015 -

Dutch Bros. Coffee Co-founder Travis BoersmaGRANTS PASS, Ore. (July 3, 2015) – On Monday, July 6, Dutch Bros. Coffee Co-founder, Travis Boersma will be featured on the EntreLeadership Podcast. Travis shares his thoughts about Dutch Bros., its culture and employees with host Ken Coleman; in the segment titled: How to Avoid the Hiring Grind.

Travis is an active listener of the EntreLeadership Podcast. He encourages everyone around him: staff, franchisees, managers, and baristas, to subscribe to this podcast and fill their cup with the knowledge, which permeates each segment.

Many Dutch Bros. franchisees have had the opportunity to attend Dave Ramsey conferences in Phoenix, Seattle and San Diego. It was here, where the Dutch Bros. relationship with Dave Ramsey and his team began to develop. Our franchisees were impressed with the valuable information they learned at these conferences and Dave Ramsey’s team took notice of Dutch Bros. and its culture. This newly formed relationship sparked a conversation about Travis appearing on the EntreLeadership Podcast.

On Monday, June 15, Travis sat down with Ken Coleman and the EntreLeadership team to discuss how Dutch Bros. conducts business. The particular areas of interest were how Dutch Bros. not only develops and maintains its unique culture, but also how it addresses hiring and letting go of employees.

This segment dives into Dutch Bros. Travis talks about what it looks like when someone embodies the Dutch Bros. culture as well as how he and the company identify important qualities when it comes to hiring. Travis also discusses how the company recognizes if someone is not a good fit, coaching and how, if needed letting someone go is done in the Dutch Bros. world.

Dutch Bros. holds their employees future’s as a top priority in all aspects of development and coaching. The company wants everyone to succeed, whether their goal is with Dutch Bros. or if the company is a steppingstone to their future. Dutch Bros. is dedicated to helping them design a life that utilizes their passion and skills in the best way possible.

“I listen to the EntreLeadership Podcast regularly and often take away valuable nuggets,” said Travis Boersma. “It was an honor to be interviewed by a podcast that is so popular with business owners like myself.”

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PHOENIX, Ariz. - SHAKE IT FOR RYAN HOUSE WITH DUTCH BROS.

6/23/2015 -

PHOENIX (June 23, 2015) – Starting on Friday, June 26 and continuing until Sunday, July 5, all Dutch Bros. locations in the Phoenix area will donate $1 from every Dutch Frost sold to Ryan House – a local non-profit organization that provides respite and end-of-life care to Arizona children with life-threatening conditions and their families.

The event dubbed Shake it for Ryan House will take place at all 16 Dutch Bros. locations in the Phoenix area from Friday, June 26 to Sunday, July 5. Both area franchisees, Jim Thompson and Caleb Berkey, have a combined goal to sell 30,000 frosts in these 10 days.

“The community funds the care at Ryan House 100 percent,” said Alyssa Crockett, Ryan House Executive Director. “We provide all services at no cost to families, so we are especially grateful to Dutch Bros. for their generous and creative efforts to share Ryan House with their valued customers. Each dollar donated honors the love and courage of Arizona children with life-threatening conditions and their families.”

The services Ryan House provides are truly one of a kind. These children are able to participate in activities that nurture family relationships and receive care in a comfortable, home-like environment where all are welcome. They give families a ray of light in the darkness as well as the understanding that they do not have to go through their journey alone.

To find a Dutch Bros. location near you, please visit www.dutchbros.com/location. Together we can Shake it for Ryan House and support local children and their families as they receive the care they need, in their time of need.

For information about Ryan House, please visit www.ryanhouse.org or call (602) 200-0767, option 3.

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VANCOUVER, Wash. - Second Dutch Bros. Location to Open in East Vancouver

6/22/2015 -

VANCOUVER, Wash. (June 22, 2015) – On Friday, June 26, Dutch Bros. welcomes their second East Vancouver location by serving up 16-oz. drinks for $1.00 with proceeds benefiting Relay for Life of East Clark County.

From 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Friday, June 26, all 16-oz drinks will be $1.00, including specialty coffee, smoothies, teas, and our Dutch Bros. private label energy drink, Dutch Blue Rebel™.

“I love supporting my community,” said Dutch Bros. East Vancouver owner Jessica Chudek. “I was born and raised in Vancouver and I strongly believe in giving back to my community.”

On this day, Dutch Bros. East Vancouver will donate proceeds to the East Clark County chapter of Relay for Life.

Dutch Bros. East Vancouver is locally owned and operated by Jessica Chudek. This will be her second location.

“This is great news for our community that Jessica is opening another Dutch Bros store. She is a stellar example of a business owner that cares about her customers, her employees and her community,” said Vancouver Mayor, Timothy Leavitt. “It’s no surprise that her Dutch Bros store has been so successful, affording Jessica an opportunity to expand an open a second location. Her business accomplishments are equaled by her dedication to the success of youth in our community… and that is an inspiration to all of us!”

The new Dutch Bros. location at 18911 SE Mill Plain Blvd. will be open Sunday through Thursday from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. and from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.

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Las Vegas, Nev. - Dutch Bros. Coffee Joins the East Las Vegas Community

6/15/2015 -

Dutch Bros. East Vegas StorefrontLAS VEGAS, Nev. (June 15, 2015) – On Friday, June 19, Dutch Bros. East Vegas, will open their doors for the first time.

In celebration, from 5 a.m. on June 19 to 5 a.m. on June 20 all 16oz. drinks including specialty coffee, smoothies, freezes, and our private label energy drink, Dutch Bros. Blue Rebel™ will be free.

Dutch Bros. East Vegas is locally owned and operated by husband and wife duo, Cory and Kelli Nimmer. This will be the not only the first location for the Nimmer’s, but also the first Dutch Bros. location in Las Vegas, Nev.

Dutch Bros. East Vegas is very excited to create relationships with the community.  “We want Vegas to know we are real people,” said Cory Nimmer. “We will be in the stands daily, and we want our customers to know they can come through the stand and get a local feel.”

“I like to smile and talk; Dutch Bros. is a place where it’s normal to smile,” said Keli Nimmer. “Vegas can be a cold place, and we want to be a light.”

The new location at 2820 E. Tropicana Ave. will be open 24 hours a day.

About Dutch Bros. East Vegas 
Locally owned and operated by husband and wife duo, Cory and Kelli Nimmer. Dutch Bros. East Vegas is their first location.

After being unsure of what their future would hold, Cory and Kelli both began their Dutch Bros. journey in Arizona. They fell in love with the company, not only because of its culture, but because everything Dutch Bros. represented.

“My first day with Dutch Bros., I loved the experience I had,” said Cory. “Working with people who supported me and felt like family.”

This is the location where they met and eventually fell in love. After working with each other for years, the pair decided to date on Feb. 22, two years to the date of when they first met. Exactly one year later, on Feb. 22, 2015 Cory and Kelli tied the knot.

Dutch Bros. brought them together and they both saw Dutch Bros. in their futures. Franchising was their next step. When the opportunity came up to open a store in Las Vegas, Nev. they knew this was going to be their store.

They wanted to help grow the company that allowed them to learn and flourish, both individually and as a couple.

Follow their journey on Facebook at facebook.com/DutchBrosEastVegas or on Instagram at @DutchBrosEastVegas

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Vancouver, Wash. - Dutch Bros. Vancouver and Community Raise Funds for a Local Summer Camp

6/15/2015 -

Dutch Bros. Vancouver Grand OpeningVANCOUVER, Wash. (June 12, 2015) – On Wednesday, June 10, Dutch Bros. celebrated their new Vancouver location by donating $3,780 to The Sensory Camp of Vancouver.

Dutch Bros. Vancouver allowed their customers to chose the local organization to receive the proceeds from their grand opening would benefit. The Sensory Camp of Vancouver was ultimately chosen. This organization makes it possible for children who face the challenges of autism, sensory integration and other disabilities to attend summer camp. Their knowledgeable staff provides a safe and supportive environment so kids can learn and have fun through numerous camp activities such as crafts and field trips.

“It was great to see the community’s support,” said Dutch Bros. Vancouver owner Kenny Stromer. “We were able to meet some of the parents who children attend this summer camp. We saw how thankful they were and knew that we were donating our grand opening proceeds to the right place.”

To raise funds, Dutch Bros. Vancouver offered all 16-oz. drinks for only $1.00, with proceeds benefitting the local summer camp.

Dutch Bros. Vancouver is locally owned and operated by husband and wife team Kenny and Heidi Stromer. This new 7300 NE Hwy. 99 location will be their fourth Vancouver Dutch Bros stand. The location will be open from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.

Dutch Bros. Vancouver has given over $82,000 since opening and continues to support various local causes, including Clark County Food Bank, Boy and Girls club of Southwest Washington, Special Olympics, Muscular Dystrophy Association, and local schools.

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FOREST GROVE, Ore. - Dutch Bros. Forest Grove Raises Funds for Tiny Dancers

6/09/2015 -

Ballet Forest Grove LogoFOREST GROVE, Ore. (June 9, 2015) – On Monday, June 8, Dutch Bros. Forest Grove banded with community to donate $600 to “The Anna & Abby Dance Scholarship” at Ballet Forest Grove.

“This was a tragedy that hit our community hard. I don't think there was a single person it didn't affect,” said Dutch Bros. Forest Grove owner Jamie Davis. “This was a small way for us to help a little.”

“The Anna & Abby Dance Scholarship” provides funds to multiple company members who share the same love and passion for dance as Anna and Abby. This scholarship allows students to partake in dance courses they love throughout the year.

To raise funds, Dutch Bros. Forest Grove donated $1.00 from every large drink sold on Monday, June 8. They sold 576 large drinks and rounded their donation total to $600.  

“Forest Grove came out and totally showed their love and support and nothing feels better than to be a part of a community that loves and cares!” said Jamie.

Dutch Bros. Forest Grove opened in 2007 and is locally owned and operated by husband and wife team Lagrand and Jamie Davis. Since opening they have supported numerous local organizations including, St Vincent's Food Pantry, Harvey Clark and Gales Creek Elementary Schools and Muscular Dystrophy Association. 

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SANTA ROSA, Calif. - Dutch Bros. “Revs” for Rich Williams

6/09/2015 -

SANTA ROSA, Calif. (June 9, 2015)  – On Saturday, June 13, Dutch Bros. Santa Rosa will donate proceeds from the day to Rich Williams as he fights Stage IV Lymphoma.

Rich Williams was diagnosed with Stage IV Lymphoma, a cancer affecting lymph nodes above and below the diaphragm including the lung, liver and bones. This news devastated the Santa Rosa community, who know both Rich and his wife Peggy from their annual Peggy Sue Car Show.

For thirteen years Rich and Peggy donated the proceeds of the car show to those in need. This year, the community is putting on the event to benefit the couple.

“When Rich was diagnosed and the car show was cancelled our community was devastated,” said Dutch Bros. Santa Rosa Owner Jennifer Hong. “Dutch Bros. Santa Rosa is here to help.”

Dutch Bros. Santa Rosa will donate proceeds from sales for the entire day as well as have onsite donation buckets. All proceeds will benefit Rich and Peggy to help offset medical expenses they have acquired.

Dutch Bros. Santa Rosa is located at 1300 Mendocino Avenue and will be open on Saturday from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m.

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VANCOUVER, Wash. - Dutch Bros. Vancouver Welcomes Fourth Location

6/08/2015 -

The Stromer FamilyVANCOUVER, Wash. (June 8, 2015) – On Wednesday, June 10, Dutch Bros. Vancouver celebrates their fourth location by selling all 16-oz. drinks for $1.00 with proceeds benefitting The Sensory Camp of Vancouver.

From 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. on June 10, all 16-oz. drinks including specialty coffee, smoothies, freezes, and our private label energy drink, Dutch Bros. Blue Rebel™, will be $1.00.

“We would like to thank everyone who helped us choose a great local summer camp to support with our grand opening proceeds,” said Kenny Stromer. “We are excited for Tuesday and the opportunity to partner with our community to raise funds for such a great, local cause.”

Proceeds from this day will benefit The Sensory Camp of Vancouver. Children often have autism, sensory integration or other disabilities that make attending regular summer camps hard, if not impossible. The Sensory Camp makes it possible for children with special needs to attend summer camp. Allowing these children to partake in activities such as crafts and field trips. The knowledgeable staff provides a safe and supportive environment so kids can learn and have fun.

Dutch Bros. Vancouver is locally owned and operated by husband and wife team Kenny and Heidi Stromer. This will be their fourth Vancouver stand. 

Dutch Bros. Vancouver has given over $82,000 since opening and continues to support various local causes, including Clark County Food Bank, Boy and Girls club of Southwest Washington, Special Olympics, Muscular Dystrophy Association, and local schools.

This new 7300 NE Hwy. 99 location will be open from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.

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KEIZER, Ore. - Dutch Bros. Keizer and Community Raises Over $20,000 for Austin Verboort

6/05/2015 -

Dutch Bros. CupKEIZER, Ore. (June 5, 2015) – On Wednesday, June 3, Dutch Bros. Keizer and the community banded together to raise $20,900 for Austin Verboort’s family to help offset medical expenses. 

“Austin is part of the Dutch Bros. family, we knew we wanted to help,” said Dutch Bros. Keizer owner Jason Eastman. “When we're able to partner with the community the results are amazing."  

Austin Verboort, 16, known by his community and many Dutch Bros. Keizer employees as being a fun-loving kid, is currently in critical condition after he was involved in a head-on collision on May 22.

To help raise funds, Dutch Bros. Keizer donated proceeds from all drinks sold, raffled off a year of free coffee and had on-site donation buckets. All donations benefitted Austin Verboort and his family.

"We are so grateful to everyone who came through the stand and showed their support,” said Jason.

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FOREST GROVE, Ore. - Dutch Bros. Forest Grove Partners with Ballet Forest Grove to Raise Scholarship

6/04/2015 -

Ballet Forest Grove LogoFOREST GROVE, Ore. (June 4, 2015) – On Monday, June 8, Dutch Bros. Forest Grove at 2406 Pacific Avenue, will donate proceeds to “The Anna & Abby Dance Scholarship” at Ballet Forest Grove.

On this day, from 5:30 a.m. to 10 p.m., Dutch Bros. Forest Grove will donate a $1.00 from every large drink sold.

“The Anna & Abby Dance Scholarship” at Ballet Forest Grove raises money in honor of the two girls and their passion for dance and performing. The scholarship benefits multiple company students every year, students who share Anna and Abby’s love and passion for dance.

Dutch Bros. Forest Grove opened in 2007 and is locally owned and operated by Lagrand Davis. Since opening, Legrand has supported numerous local organizations including, St Vincent's Food Pantry, Harvey Clark and Gales Creek Elementary Schools and Muscular Dystrophy Association. 

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KEIZER, Ore. - Dutch Bros. Keizer Partners with Community to Raise Funds for Austin Verboort

6/01/2015 -

Austin VerboortKEIZER, Ore. (June 1, 2015) - On Wednesday, June 3, Dutch Bros. Keizer will donate proceeds from all drinks sold that day to Austin Verboort’s family to help offset medical expenses.

Austin Verboort, 16, is currently in critical condition at Salem Hospital after he was involved in a head-on collision. Described as being fun-loving, good kid by people who know him, this unfortunate accident is affecting both his classmates and community. Many Dutch Bros. Keizer employees know and are honored to also call Austin their friend.

 “We want to do as much as we can for him,” said Dutch Bros. Keizer Regional Manager, Hayley Cole.

In addition to proceeds from Wednesday's sale, there will also be on-site donation jars available. All donations will benefit Verboort’s family.

Dutch Bros. Keizer is located at 4915 N. River Road and is open Wednesday from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m.

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KELSO, Wash. - Dutch Bros. Kelso Raises $800 for Rose Valley Elementary

6/01/2015 -

Dutch Bros. CupKELSO, Wash. (June 1, 2015) – On Wednesday, May 27, Dutch Bros. Kelso partnered with community to raise $800 for Rose Valley Elementary.

“We are thankful for the support of the community because without them, we couldn’t make this happen,” said Dutch Bros. Kelso Owner Karla Luna.

Dutch Bros. Kelso donated proceeds from the day’s sales to Rose Valley Elementary PTO. The donated funds will help the school build a covered area for their playground.

Mark and Karla Luna, the local owners and operators of Dutch Bros. Kelso seize the opportunities to giveback to a community that has given them so much and always look for ways to support local causes and organizations, including the Kelso School District. 

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KELSO, Wash. - Dutch Bros. Kelso Donates Proceeds to Rose Valley Elementary

5/22/2015 -

Dutch Bros. CupKELSO, Wash. (May 22, 2015) – On Wednesday, May 27, Dutch Bros. Kelso will donate proceeds from sales that day to Rose Valley Elementary.

"We love being in the position to be able to help the local youth,” said Dutch Bros. Longview owner, Mark Luna. “Especially, when it's for something fun like a playground, because who doesn't love recess?"

Dutch Bros. Kelso is partnering with Rose Valley Elementary PTO to help build a covered area for the school’s playground. To raise funds Dutch Bros. Kelso will donate proceeds from all drinks sold from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. on May 27.

Locally owned and operated by husband and wife team, Mark and Karla Luna, Dutch Bros. Longview is highly committed to supporting local causes and organizations.

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SEASIDE, Ore. - Dutch Bros. Seaside Unites with Community to Raise Scholarship Funds

5/22/2015 -

Dutch Bros. CupSEASIDE, Ore. (May 22, 2015) – On Wednesday, May 20, Dutch Bros. Seaside rallied with Seaside High School and the community to raise $203 for the Seaside Faculty Scholarship.

“We had a blast on Wednesday helping raise money for such a great cause,” said Dutch Bros. Seaside owner Jared Nunnemaker. “We have so much support from the students and staff at Seaside High School. It was an awesome experience to help them out and give back!”

To raise funds Dutch Bros. Seaside donated $1.00 from every large drink sold including, hot, iced and blended beverages. Throughout the day, Dutch Bros. sold 203 large drinks.

The Seaside High School Faculty raises funds every year to provide one local student a scholarship to help with the rising costs of college. This year, the faculty partnered with Dutch Bros. Seaside to try to increase the value of the scholarship.

“I would love to see ‘Coffee for College’ evolve into an annual event!” said Jared.

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NAMPA, Idaho. - Dutch Bros. Celebrates Fourth Canyon County Location

5/21/2015 -

Andrew and Shayna RandallNAMPA, Idaho. (May 21, 2015) – On Wednesday, May 27, Dutch Bros. Canyon County will celebrate their fourth location by providing free 16-oz. drinks all day.

On this day, from 5 a.m. to 10p.m., all 16-oz. drinks, including specialty coffee, smoothies, freezes and our private label energy drink, Dutch Bros. Blue Rebel™, will be free.

Dutch Bros. Canyon County is locally owned and operated by husband and wife team, Andrew and Shayna Randall. This will be their third Nampa location and they own a fourth in Caldwell. 

"We love serving Canyon County and are really excited to see our Dutch family grow," says Andrew Randall, Dutch Bros. Canyon County owner. "Our customers are so amazing we can't wait to serve a new area." 

Since opening their first location in 2007, Dutch Bros. Canyon County has given back over $349,000 to various local causes including Boys & Girls Club of Canyon County, the Lighthouse Rescue Mission, Rake Up Nampa, Nampa Parks and Recreation, Vallivue High School, Caldwell High School, Sage Valley Middle School, College of Idaho (C of I), American Cancer Society Relay for Life, and the Muscular Dystrophy Association.

This new Nampa location is located at 624 12th Avenue and will be open daily from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m.

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LONGVIEW, Wash. - Dutch Bros. Longview Raises Over $5,000 for CASA

5/20/2015 -

Dutch Bros. CupLONGVIEW, Wash. (May 20, 2015) – On Friday, May 15, Dutch Bros. celebrated their newest Longview location by partnering with the community to raise $5,079 for CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates).

“The grand opening was a huge success, “ said Dutch Bros. Longview owner Mark Luna. “ We have such a great community and want to thank them for helping support not only CASA, but also local children in our community.”

To raise funds, Dutch Bros. Longview sold all 16-oz. drinks, including specialty coffee, smoothies, freeze, and our private-label energy drink Blue Rebel™ for $1.00.

The new 905 Ocean Beach Hwy location will be open Monday through Thursday from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m., on Fridays from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m., on Saturdays from 5:30 a.m. to 11 p.m., and on Sundays from 5:30 a.m. to 10 p.m.

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SEASIDE, Ore. - Dutch Bros. Seaside Partners with Local High School for “Coffee for College”

5/15/2015 -

SEASIDE, Ore. (May 15, 2015) – On Wednesday, May 20, Dutch Bros. Seaside is partnering with Seaside High School to raise funds for the Seaside Faculty Scholarship by donating $1 from every large drink sold. 

Dutch Bros. Seaside will be hosting “Coffee for College” from 5 a.m. to 5 p.m. to raise funds and awareness for the Seaside Faculty Scholarship. That day Dutch Bros. Seaside will donate $1 from every large drink sold including hot, iced and blended beverages.

The Seaside High School Faculty have been funding a scholarship every year for one local student heading to college. In an attempt to increase the value, this year they have recruited Dutch Bros. Seaside to help raise funds.

“We want to support our community and schools,” said Jared Nunnemaker, Dutch Bros. Seaside owner. “College is increasingly expensive and we hope to increase the scholarship for one of our local kids as they head to college.”

Dutch Bros. Seaside is located at 2271 N. Roosevelt Avenue.

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SONOMA, Calif. - Sonoma Celebrates One-Year Anniversary With $1 Drinks

5/15/2015 -

SONOMA, Calif. (May 15, 2015) – On Wednesday, May 20, Sonoma will celebrate their one-year anniversary by providing 16-oz. drinks for $1.00.

On this day, all 16-oz. drinks, including specialty coffee, smoothies, freezes and out private reserve energy drink Blue Rebel™ will be $1.00.

“It has been our pleasure to get to know the community this past year,” said Joey Shoemaker. “We are excited to see what this next year holds and to become a bigger part of the community.”

Locally operated by Mackenzie and Joey Shoemaker, Dutch Bros. Sonoma opened in May 2014. Since their doors have opened, they actively look for ways impact their local community. This impact includes donating proceeds and holding events that not only benefit local organizations such as the Boys and Girls Club, FISH Sonoma, La Luz Center, Muscular Dystrophy Association and local schools.

Dutch Bros. Sonoma is located at 711 Broadway. They are open from 5:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and from 5:30 a.m. to 11 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.

For more information on Dutch Bros. Sonoma, visit facebook.com/dutchbroscoffeesonoma and on Instagram and Twitter @DutchBrosSonoma

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GRANTS PASS, Ore. -Dutch Bros. Raises Over $38,000 for Children’s Causes on Mother’s Day

5/13/2015 -

Dutch Bros. CupGRANTS PASS, Ore. (May 13, 2015) – On Mother’s Day, May 10, Dutch Bros. Coffee in Josephine, Jackson and Klamath Counties joined forces with community members to raise $38,280 for local children’s organizations. CASA will receive $20,474, Make-A-Wish Oregon will receive $10,305 and Kids Unlimited will receive $7,500.  

“As a father, I would want my kids to have the support and love they would need if they were facing an illness or needed an advocate,” said Travis Boersma, Dutch Bros. Coffee Co-founder. “Both CASA and Make-A-Wish knock it out of the park and we are grateful to have the opportunity to support them.”

Locations in Josephine and Klamath Counties, owned by Travis Boersma, donated a total of $30,780 to two local youth organizations.

The 11 Dutch Bros. locations in Josephine County and one location in Cave Junction rallied together and raised $20,475 for CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates), whose volunteers are appointed by the court to look out for the best interests of local foster children.  

“Our community’s foster children, through no fault of their own, are in desperate need of a CASA advocate – someone who will help guide their path to a safe, loving and forever home. We are so very grateful to Dutch Bros. for supporting the vital work our program provides,” Sanne Specht, CASA of Josephine County program manager.   

The five locations in Klamath County donated $10,305 to their local Make-A-Wish chapter. This foundation grants wishes for children with life-threatening medical conditions to enhance the human experience with hope, strength and love. 

“We always love partnering with Dutch Bros. to bring joy to children with life-threatening medical conditions at a time when they need it most. As we strive to grant a wish for every eligible wish child, we are very grateful to the community for supporting this event,” said Make-A-Wish® Oregon Development & Communications Director, Carynne Drake. “Thank you for raising funds to make two local wishes come true!”

Jackson County locations, locally owned and operated by Ty Sullivan, raised $7,500 on Mother’s Day. The proceeds will benefit Kids Unlimited, a local youth organization that helps enhance the active participation of community members.

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LONGVIEW, Wash. - Dutch Bros. Coffee Celebrates Second Longview Location with Community Give Back

5/12/2015 -

Mark and Karla LunaLONGVIEW, Wash. (May 12, 2015) - On Friday, May 15, Dutch Bros. is celebrating their newest location at 905 Ocean Beach Hwy. That day, all 16-oz. drinks will be $1 and proceeds will benefit CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates).

From 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. on May 15, all 16-oz. drinks, including specialty coffee, smoothies, freezes, and our private-label energy, Dutch Bros. Blue Rebel, will be $1.

Proceeds from the grand opening will benefit CASA, whose volunteers are appointed by the court to look out for the best interest of local foster children. CASA has a goal of serving every child in the foster system.

Dutch Bros. Longview is locally owned and operated by Mark and Karla Luna. This will be the second Dutch Bros. location in Longview and they have a third in Kelso.

“We can’t wait to open this new location,” said Mark. “It is such an amazing gift to serve our customers, community and team. I can’t wait to open.”

The new location will be open Monday through Thursday from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m., on Fridays from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m., on Saturdays from 5:30 a.m. to 11 p.m., and on Sundays from 5:30 a.m. to 10 p.m.

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SCAPPOOSE, Ore. - Community Rallies to Raise Over $19,000 for the Family of Kerrigan Clark

5/12/2015 -

A Cup for Kerrigan

SCAPPOOSE, Ore. (May 12, 2015) – On Saturday, May 9, Dutch Bros. locations in St. Helens and Scappoose united with the community to raise $19,458 to support the family of Kerrigan Clark. 

The community and Dutch Bros. celebrated and honored Kerrigan Clark by “Drinking a Cup” in her memory.  The St. Helens and Scappoose locations not only donated proceeds from all drinks sold on May 9, but also had on-site donation buckets.

 "The day was absolutely incredible, we had lines from 5 a.m. - 11 p.m. all day long and even had to bring out backup from other stores to support the amount of generosity that was shown by them community," said Columbia County Owner Kevin Murphy. "The goal was never to be about Dutch Bros., but about remembering an amazing girl that was a close friend of our Dutch Family. Everyone that knew Kerrigan knew her love for coffee and Saturday really turned into an incredible celebration of life as we came to remember and enjoy the things that she enjoyed herself. The amount of support for the Clarks truly shows what an amazing family they are, and such a influential part of our city. This was the most humbling and impactful day I have ever experienced in the stand in my 12 years; it will change my life forever. “

Contributions can be made to the Kerrigan Clark Memorial Fund at St. Helens Community Federal Credit Union.

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AUBURN, Calif. - Dutch Bros. Coffee Raises $4,400 for Local Schools

5/11/2015 -

Auburn's Grand OpeningAUBURN, Calif. (May 11, 2015) - On Wednesday, May 6, Dutch Bros. Coffee celebrated their newest location in Auburn, Calif. and raised $4,400, benefitting both E.V. Cain STEM Charter Middle School and Placer High School Performing Arts Department.

Together with the community, Dutch Bros. Auburn was able to donate $2,200 for each school. To raise funds, Dutch Bros. Auburn sold all 16-oz drinks including specialty coffee, smoothies, freezes, and our private-label energy drink, Dutch Bros. Blue Rebel for $1.

“We love giving back because we’ve been given so much!” said the Mauels. “The strength and well-being of our community, now and for future generations, is very important to us.”

The new 405 Grass Valley Hwy. location will be open from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.  

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COEUR D'ALENE, Idaho. - Dutch Bros. Coffee Partners with Community and raises $3,730 for Fallen Offi

5/11/2015 -

Sgt. Officer Greg MooreCOEUR D’ALENE, Idaho. (May 11, 2015) – On Friday, May 8, Dutch Bros. CDA partnered with the community to raise $3,730 to support the family of Fallen Officer Sgt. Greg Moore.

“We were blown away with our community on Friday,” said CDA owner Jeff Buller. “So much love and support. It was an amazing thing to be apart of. Forever remembering K24.”

Dutch Bros. locations in CDA donated $1 from every drink sold on May 8 as well as provided on-site donation buckets. All donations will benefit Moore’s wife and two children.

Kootenai County Police & Fire Memorial Foundation has set up a fund; contributions can be made to the Greg and Lindy Moore Fund through Umpqua Bank.

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FRESNO, Calif. - Dutch Bros. Coffee Fresno Raises Over $4,200 for the Marjaree Mason Center

5/11/2015 -

Marjaree Mason Center

FRESNO, Calif. (May 11, 2015) – On Sunday, May 10, all Dutch Bros. locations in Fresno, Calif. donated $4,211 for the Marjaree Mason Center (MMC).

To raise funds, Dutch Bros. locations in Fresno donated $1 from every drink sold on Mother’s Day. 

The MMC is dedicated, through education and advocacy, to support and empower adults and their children affected by domestic violence. Their vision is simple – a community free of domestic violence.

Locally owned and operated by husband and wife duo, Brent and Genesis Wilson, Dutch Bros. of Fresno highly values their community and is committed to supporting local causes. In the past six-years they have been able to give back over $100,000 to the community to support local causes, including, The Boys and Girls Club, Valley Crimestoppers, and Poverello House.

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DOUGLAS COUNTY, Ore. - Dutch Bros. Donating Mother’s Day Proceeds to CASA

5/08/2015 -

Dutch Bros. CupDOUGLAS COUNTY, Ore. (May 8, 2015) – This Mother’s Day, Dutch Bros. Coffee locations in Sutherlin and Roseburg will donate proceeds to CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates).

To encourage participation as well as create awareness and support CASA everyone who purchases a large beverage, on May 10, will receive nine of the ten required stamps on their Dutch Bros. loyalty card.

"We are always amazed by the generosity and support of our community,” said Dutch Bros. Sutherlin owner, Logan Martin. “We're excited to use Mother’s Day as a rallying point to help those in need."

All six locations in Roseburg and Sutherlin will be donating proceeds from Mother’s Day to CASA, whose volunteers are appointed by the court to look out for the best interests of local foster children. CASA has a goal of serving every child in the foster system.

To find a location near you, visit DutchBros.com

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SCAPPOOSE, Ore. - Dutch Bros. Unites with Community to Support Kerrigan Clark’s Family

5/08/2015 -

Kerrigan ClarkSCAPPOOSE, Ore. (May 8, 2015) – On Saturday, May 9, Dutch Bros. locations in St. Helens and Scappoose will raise funds for the family of Kerrigan Clark by donating proceeds from all drinks sold that day.

Kerrigan Clark, who has been describe as “having a heart like Jesus,” died on Wednesday, May 6, after the car she was driving went off an embankment on Cornelius Pass Road. She was 17 years old.

“When we heard about this tragic event, we immediately wanted to help in anyway we could,” said Columbia County Dutch Bros. owner, Kevin Murphy. “Kerrigan was a loyal Dutch Bros. customer and some of our employees had the honor to know and call her their friend. Please join us as we celebrate and honor Kerrigan by 'Drinking A Cup' in her memory this Saturday. #acupforkerrigan”

In addition to proceeds from Saturday’s sales, there will also be on-site donation buckets. All donations will benefit Clark’s family. Contributions can be made to the Kerrigan Clark Memorial Fund at St. Helens Community Federal Credit Union.

To find a location near you, visit DutchBros.com

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Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. - Dutch Bros. Coffee Rallies to Support the Family of Fallen Officer Sgt. Greg

5/07/2015 -

Sgt. Officer Greg MooreCOEUR D’ALENE, Idaho. (May 6, 2015) – On Friday, May 8, Dutch Bros. CDA will raise funds for the family of Fallen Officer Sgt. Greg Moore by donating $1 from every drink sold at all of Coeur D’Alene locations.

"When we heard about Sgt. Moore and what had happened we immediately wanted to help,” said CDA owner Jeff Buller. “This city has shown us so much love and support and we can't begin to express our condolences to the Moore family. #CDAstrong"

Officer Sgt. Greg Moore, a 16-year veteran of the Coeur D’Alene department was shot in the line of duty on Tuesday, May 5. Moore was rushed to Kootenai Health, where he later passed. Moore was doing what he was trained to do, protecting his community.

In addition to proceeds from Friday’s sales, there will also be on-site donation buckets. All donations will benefit Moore’s wife and two children. Kootenai County Police & Fire Memorial Foundation has set up a fund; contributions can be made to the Greg and Lindy Moore Fund by contacting Umpqua Bank.

To find a location near you, visit Dutch Bros.com.

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Fresno, Calif. - Dutch Bros. Fresno Donating Mother’s Day Proceeds to Marjaree Mason Center

5/07/2015 -

FRESNO, Calif. (May 7, 2015) – For Mother’s day Sunday, May 10, Dutch Bros. Coffee locations in Fresno will donate $1.00 for every drink sold to the Marjaree Mason Center (MMC).

In addition, all Fresno Dutch Bros. locations will be proving 16-oz drinks to mothers for $1.00.

The MMC is dedicated, through education and advocacy, to support and empower adults and their children affected by domestic violence. Their vision is simple – a community free of domestic violence.

Locally owned and operated by husband and wife duo, Brent and Genesis Wilson, Dutch Bros. of Fresno highly values their community and is committed to supporting local causes.  

To find a location near you, visit Dutch Bros.com.

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Grants Pass, Ore. - Dutch Bros. Celebrates Life With Over $506,000 Donation to MDA

5/07/2015 -

Dutch Bros. Grants Pass Celebrates Drink One for DaneGRANTS PASS, Ore. (May 7, 2015) - On May 1, Dutch Bros. Coffee and customers partnered together, in honor of the late Co-founder Dane Boersma and raised a record breaking $506,658 for the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA). 

"I never realized or could have predicted the critical impact that we would have today," said Travis Boersma, Dutch Bros. Coffee Co-founder. "To generate half a million dollars in one day is incredible. It is mind boggling that we are able to do that."  

Drink One For Dane is an annual event held every May. All 242 Dutch Bros. locations in seven states donate proceeds from this day to MDA, the world’s leader in fighting Lou Gehrig’s disease, also known as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). Dutch Bros. had a record-breaking donation total this year and surpassed last year’s by over $154,000 bringing the company’s total support to MDA to over $1.77 million. 

“On behalf of the Muscular Dystrophy Association and the thousands of local families fighting ALS, we would like to extend an enormous thank you to all of the Dutch Bros. employees and customers for making this year’s Drink One for Dane Day such a big success,” says Jack Pipkin, MDA Divisional Director. “We have been inspired by the outpouring of support from the entire Dutch Bros. community in honor of Dane.”

Dane Boersma was diagnosed with ALS in 2005 and later passed from the disease in 2009. Drink One for Dane allows Dutch Bros. locations to raise funds and awareness for MDA to support ALS research and family support services.

There is currently no known cure for ALS, a disease that affects the parts of the nervous system that control voluntary muscle movement. Once diagnosed with this disease most people, on average, die within three to five years. To learn more about MDA and ALS, visit mda.org. 

“The proceeds raised during this year’s Drink One for Dane Day will enable MDA to continue providing invaluable local services for those living with ALS,” said Pipkin. “It will help us move even closer to developing effective treatments and, eventually, a cure for this disease.” 

“Dutch Bros. wants to thank everyone who came out to support and helped us honor Dane by raising awareness for this tremendous cause – cheers to the Wiseman,” said Boersma. 

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GRANTS PASS, Ore. - Dutch Bros. Coffee Hosting Local NBA Star Kyle Singler

5/05/2015 -

  1. Kyle Singler Visits Dutch Bros.

GRANTS PASS, Ore. (May 6, 2015) – To start Mother’s Day weekend off with a bang and support local children’s causes, Dutch Bros. Coffee in Jackson County will play host to local NBA star Kyle Singler.

On Friday, May 8, from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. Singler will be appearing at the Medford Dutch Bros. stand located at 614 E. Main . His appearance will not only kick off his annual basketball tournament at Kids Unlimited: a local youth organization that helps enhance the active participation of community members, but also create awareness for the Kids Unlimited proceeds event taking place on Mother’s Day at Dutch Bros. locations around Jackson County.

Following Singler’s appearance, the Jackson County Dutch Bros., locally owned and operated by Ty Sullivan will donate proceeds from Mother’s Day sales to Kids Unlimited. All 19 Dutch Bros. locations, in Medford, Ashland, White City, Central Point, and Phoenix will participate in this event.

To encourage participation as well as generate support for this local children’s cause, everyone who purchases a large beverage, on May 10, 2015, will receive nine of the ten required stamps on their Dutch Bros. loyalty card.

To find a location near you, visit dutchbros.com/Locations.

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GRANTS PASS, Ore. - Dutch Bros. Donating Mother’s Day Proceeds to Children’s Causes

5/04/2015 -

GRANTS PASS, Ore. (May 5, 2015) - Mother’s day is upon us and Dutch Bros. Coffee locations in Josephine, Jackson and Klamath Counties want to make it one to remember by donating proceeds to local children’s causes.

To encourage participation as well as create awareness and support of these local children’s causes, everyone who purchases a large beverage, on May 10, 2015, will receive nine of the ten required stamps on their Dutch Bros. loyalty card.

Locally owned and operated by Ty Sullivan, the Jackson County locations will donate proceeds to Kids Unlimited, a local youth organization. All 19 Dutch Bros. locations, located in Medford, Ashland, White City, Central Point, and Phoenix will participate in this Mother’s day event.

Josephine and Klamath County locations, owned by Dutch Bros. Coffee Co-Founder Travis Boersma, will donate to two local youth organizations. The 11 Dutch Bros. locations in Josephine County and one location in Cave Junction will donate to CASA of Josephine County (Court Appointed Special Advocates), whose volunteers are appointed by the court to look out for the best interests of local foster children.

The proceeds from the five locations in Klamath County will benefit Make-A-Wish, which grants wishes for children with life-threatening medical conditions. Wishes, meant to enhance the human experience with hope, strength and joy.

19 LOCATIONS DONATING TO KIDS UNLIMITED:
2 LOCATIONS IN ASHLAND 
1910 Hwy. 99 
1644 Ashland St.

3 LOCATIONS IN CENTRAL POINT
1075 E. Pine St. 
832 S. Front St. 
4990 Table Rock Rd.

11 LOCATIONS IN MEDFORD
2238 S. Pacific Hwy.
614 E. Main 
1005 Summit Ave.
816 S. Riverside Ave.
1765 N. Riverside Ave.
2809 Jacksonville Hwy.
3811 Crater Lake Hwy.
2832 N. Crater Lake Hwy.
1227 Stewart Rd.
2310 Crater Lake Ave.
800 Biddle Rd.

1 LOCATION IN PHOENIX
205 Fern Valley Rd.

2 LOCATIONS IN WHITE CITY
7251 Crater Lake Hwy.
8380 Crater Lake Hwy.

12 LOCATIONS DONATING TO CASA:                                                                    
11 LOCATIONS IN GRANTS PASS
300 North Valley Dr.
198 S.W. 6th St. 
332 N.W. 6th St. 
251 N.E. Agness
1101 N.E. D St.
1698 N.E. 7th St. 
638 Redwood Hwy.
2223 Allen Creek Rd.
3500 Merlin Rd. 
1390 Williams Hwy.

1 LOCATION IN CAVE JUNCTION 
115 N. Redwood Hwy.

5 LOCATIONS DONATING TO MAKE-A-WISH:                                                       
5 LOCATIONS IN KLAMATH FALLS

5805 S. 6th St. 
201 6th St. 
3041 S. 6th St.
3600 Washburn Way
2568 Campus Dr.

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FRESNO, CALIF. - Dutch Bros. Coffee Raises $3,400 For Tree Fresno

4/30/2015 -

FRESNO, Calif. (April 30, 2015) – On Wednesday April 22, Dutch Bros. Fresno celebrated Earth Day by donating $1.00 of every drink sold to Tree Fresno, raising a total of $3,405.

“Earth Day was a huge success,” said Dutch Bros. Fresno operator, Genesis Wilson. “Our community continues to impress us; together we were able to make a difference for our neighborhood and community.”

Tree Fresno consists of a group of individuals who are passionate about the Fresno community appearance and filling neighborhoods and open spaces with natural beauty, as well as maintaining trails throughout the Central Valley. They believe that trees are important to a community and work hard to add beauty and create vital neighborhoods through planting trees.

“Tree Fresno places so much care into the community,” said Brent Wilson. “It was so fun teaming up with such a great group of individuals.”

Dutch Bros. Coffee Fresno is locally owned and operated by Brent and Genesis Wilson. Brent and Genesis employ over 70 upbeat, passionate Baristas. They think of their team as family, and work hard to help them live their dreams.

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SACRAMENTO, CALIF. - Dutch Bros. Coffee Raises $1,000 to Sends Youth to Young Life

4/30/2015 -

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (April 30, 2015) – On Monday, April 27, Dutch Bros. Fair Oaks donated $1 from every drink sold to send kids to the Young Life Camp at Woodleaf.

 Banning together with the community on April 27, Dutch Bros. Fair Oaks raised a total of $1,009, all to benefit youth wanting to attend Young Life Camp.

“Monday was a huge success,” said Dutch Bros. operator, Nikol Grubbs. “Young Life is such an incredible camp, and can be life changing for so many; we are thrilled with the outcome and support from the Sacramento community.”

Dutch Bros. Fair Oaks is locally owned and operated by husband and wife duo, Steve and Nikol Grubbs. 

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AUBURN, CALIF. - Dutch Bros. Coffee Opens Second Auburn Location

4/29/2015 -

Grand Opening in Auburn, Calif.AUBURN, Calif. (April 30, 2015) – On Wednesday, May 6, Dutch Bros. Coffee is opening a new location at 405 Grass Valley Hwy. That day, all 16 oz. drinks will be $1.00 and proceeds will benefit both E.V. Cain STEM Charter Middle School and Placer High School Performing Arts Department.

All 16-oz. drinks will be $1.00, including specialty coffee, smoothies, freezes and our private-label Dutch Bros. Blue Rebel™ energy drink.

Dutch Bros. Gold Country is locally owned by Jeremy and Heather Mauel. This will be the second Dutch Bros. location in Auburn and they have a third in Rocklin.

“Auburn has been so good to us we are excited open this location,” said Dutch Bros. owner Jeremy Mauel. “We look forward to getting to know even more of our community."

The new location will be open 5:00 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and 5:00 a.m. to 11 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.

Jeremy and Heather are enthusiastic about providing local jobs and investing in the community. Dutch Bros. Auburn employs 85 upbeat, talented baristas.

“We feel so loved by the community and we are so excited to return the love,” said Heather Mauel.

Follow Dutch Bros. Auburn at facebook.com/DutchBrosAuburnCA

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FOREST GROVE, ORE. - Dutch Bros. Coffee Raises $1,300 for One in a Million

4/27/2015 -

FOREST GROVE, Ore. (April 27, 2015) – On April 17 and 18, Dutch Bros. Coffee of Forest Grove teamed with Forest Grove High School’s Sparrow Club to raising $1,300 to support their courageous three-year-old Sparrow,Paisley Million.

Selling Dutch2O, Dutch Bros. Forest Grove donated $1.00 from each bottle to support the Million Family.

Forest Grove High School adopted Paisley as their Sparrow and the students have been working hard to raise funds for Paisley’s family. 

“We were thrilled to see those who came out over the weekend to support the Million family,” said Jamie Davis, Dutch Bros. Forest Grove operator. “Paisley is a fighter and we are so grateful we’ve gotten to take part, and fight alongside her.”

At only four months of age, doctors found a tumor growing inside Paisley’s liver. She underwent three different procedures, and doctors were able to remove the tumor. However she was left with only 27% of her liver.

Shortly after recovery from the surgeries, Paisley’s biopsy tested positive for cancer, as well as a genetic mutation, which promotes cancer growth.

In July 2014, Paisley’s scans revealed a tumor in her brain stem, located between two main arteries at the base of the skull. One month later the tumor was removed and Paisley recovered well.

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GRANTS PASS, ORE. - Fight ALS with Dutch Bros. Coffee and Drink One For Dane

4/24/2015 -

Cheers to the Wiseman - Friday, May 1, 2015GRANTS PASS, Ore. (April 24, 2015) – Friday, May 1, is Dutch Bros. Coffee’s ninth annual Drink One for Dane. On this day, all 242 Dutch Bros. Coffee locations will donate proceeds to the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA). MDA is leading the search in finding a cure for Lou Gehrig’s disease, otherwise known as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). 

In 2005, Dutch Bros Co-founder Dane Boersma was diagnosed with ALS. Dutch Bros. rallied around him and started Drink One for Dane. The day became a celebration of Dane, his strength and his wisdom. 

Dane passed away in late 2009, but he left behind a legacy upon which the company bases its decisions to this day. His memory continues to inspire everyone at Dutch Bros. to give their all, love every person they encounter and do more for others than for themselves. 

“The ice bucket challenge did a lot to raise awareness and funds for ALS organizations, but the fight is not over,” said Travis Boersma, Dutch Bros. Coffee co-founder and Dane’s brother. “We will celebrate my brother and all those facing this disease and continue to work until there is a cure.” 

“We are inspired by the outpouring of support from local Dutch Bros. stands and all of their customers on Drink One for Dane Day,” said Oregon MDA, Executive Director, Amy Ward. “Dane continues to make a lasting impact by providing help and hope to those battling ALS.”

“Come join us Friday, May 1 and raise a cup in ‘Cheers to the Wiseman’ and all those facing this disease,” said Travis. “Thanks to our amazing customers who help us so much on Drink One for Dane.” 

“Over the past nine years, Drink One for Dane Day has raised over $1.2 million to further ALS research and provide local services to those served by MDA,” said MDA Division Director Jack Pipkin. “Dutch Bros. is making a real difference in the community by funding these invaluable services and moving us closer to finding a cure for ALS.” 

ALS is a disease that affects the parts of the nervous system that control voluntary muscle movement. There is no cure for ALS, and the disease is fatal. To learn more about the MDA and ALS, visit mda.org.

To find the location nearest you, visit www.dutchbros.com/locations. 

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NAPA, CALIF. - Dutch Bros. Coffee Joins The Napa Community

4/23/2015 -

Grand Opening in Napa, Calif.NAPA, Calif. (April 23, 2015) – On Tuesday, April 28, Dutch Bros. Coffee is giving away free drinks all day, from 5:30 a.m. to 10 p.m., at its new location at 2815 Jefferson Street in Napa.

All 16-oz. drinks will be free, including specialty coffee, smoothies, freezes and our private-label Dutch Bros. Blue Rebel™ energy drink.

This will be the first Dutch Bros. location in Napa, and will be operated by Joey and Mackenzie Shoemaker.

“We are so ready to open. We can't wait to join and serve the Napa community,” said Dutch Bros. operator Mackenzie Shoemaker. “It’s all about serving and creating those lasting relationships. It’s so much more than just a good cup of coffee."

The new location will be open 5:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and 5:30 a.m. to 11 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.

Joey and Mackenzie are enthusiastic about providing local jobs and investing in the community. Dutch Bros. Napa employs 30 upbeat, talented baristas.

“It’s important to invest in our community and the people we live with,” said Joey Shoemaker. “The opportunity to impact your neighbor and the people around you in a positive way is what makes it worth all the hard work.”

Follow Dutch Bros. Napa at www.facebook.com/DutchBrosCoffeeNapa

About Dutch Bros. Napa
Bob Fulton, Dutch Bros. Sonoma owner, returns to his North Bay roots after spending 25 years in the construction business in Oregon. During his time in Oregon, he discovered Dutch Bros. Coffee and was intrigued by its service-oriented, community-driven culture.

The love for the company has led Bob to owning three Dutch Bros. locations in the North Valley. Dutch Bros. Napa will be operated by his daughter and son-in-law, Mackenzie and Joey Shoemaker, who also operate the Sonoma Dutch Bros. 

Mackenzie and Joey began their relationship with Dutch Bros. from afar. Living on the east coast, Mackenzie would often hear stories from her father. The culture, giving-spirit and community involvement inspired her and Joey. When the opportunity was presented to move back to the West Coast and become involved, they did not hesitate.

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SACRAMENTO, CALIF. - Dutch Bros. Coffee Sends Youth to Young Life

4/22/2015 -

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (April 16, 2015) – On Monday, April 27, Dutch Bros. Fair Oaks will be donating $1 from every drink sold to send kids to the Woodleaf Young Life Camp.

 “Young Life Camp is life changing for many young adults and we couldn’t be more thrilled to support the incredible camp,” said Nikol Grubbs, Dutch Bros. Sacramento owner.

Friday, April 27, Dutch Bros. Fair Oaks located at 8552 Madison Ave., will be serving specialty coffee, smoothies, freezes, and our private label Dutch Bros. Blue Rebel™ energy drink from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m.

“At Young Life, there is a place for everyone. It’s so similar to our culture at Dutch Bros. and has made a huge impact on our kids and family,” said Nikol. “We are stoked to help send kids to Woodleaf Young Life Camp!"

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FRESNO, CALIF. - Dutch Bros. Coffee Donates $1 of Every Drink On Earth Day

4/17/2015 -

FRESNO, Calif. (April 17, 2015) – On Wednesday April 22, Dutch Bros. Fresno is celebrating Earth Day by donating $1.00 of every drink sold to Tree Fresno.

Tree Fresno consists of a group of individuals who are passionate about the Fresno community appearance and filling neighborhoods and open spaces with natural beauty, as well as maintaining trails throughout the Central Valley. They believe that trees are important to a community and work hard to add beauty and create vital neighborhoods through planting trees.

“We’re so grateful for Tree Fresno and the care they put into the community,” said Dutch Bros. Fresno owner, Genesis Wilson. “It’s great to be able to team up with such an incredible group of people; the Fresno community continually inspires us.”

Dutch Bros. Coffee Fresno is locally owned and operated by Brent and Genesis Wilson. Brent and Genesis employ over 70 upbeat, passionate Baristas. They think of their team as family, and work hard to help them live their dreams.

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FOREST GROVE, ORE. - Dutch Bros. Raises Funds for One in a Million

4/16/2015 -

FOREST GROVE, Ore. (April 15, 2015) – On April 17 and 18, Dutch Bros. Coffee of Forest Grove is teaming with Forest Grove High School’s Sparrow Club to support their courageous three-year-old Sparrow, Paisley Million.

Forest Grove Dutch Bros. will be selling Dutch2O and $1.00 from each bottle will support the Million family.

Paisley was adopted as a Sparrow by Forest Grove High School. Dutch Bros. Coffee is partnering with the hard working students to raise funds for Paisley and her family.

“We are humbled and honored to give back to such an incredible organization, more importantly an amazing little girl,” said Jamie Davis, Dutch Bros. Forest Grove owner. “She’s a fighter, and she deserves an army to fight the with her.”

At only four months of age, doctors found a tumor growing inside Paisley’s liver. She underwent three different procedures, and doctors were able to remove the tumor. However she was left with only 27% of her liver.

Shortly after recovery from the surgeries, Paisley’s biopsy tested positive for cancer, as well as a genetic mutation, which promotes cancer growth.

In July 2014, Paisley’s scans revealed a tumor in her brain stem, located between two main arteries at the base of the skull. One month later the tumor was removed and Paisley recovered well.

“The Million family will have a lifetime of medical appointments,” said Jamie. “We know it’s a drop in the bucket, but are so delighted we can help.”  

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ALBANY, ORE. - Dutch Bros. Coffee Raises $8,150 for Rebels

4/14/2015 -

Albany, Ore. Rebels for RebelsALBANY, Ore. (April 16, 2015)-  On Friday, April 10, Dutch Bros. locations in Albany, Sweet Home, Lebanon and Corvallis all participated in the Rebels for Rebels day to raise funds for the South Albany High School Rebels Fire Relief Fund.

Together with the community Dutch Bros. was able to raise $8,150 from every Dutch Bros. Blue Rebel™ energy drink sold, to benefit the South Albany Rebel’s Fire Relief Fund.

“The day was a huge success,” said Dutch Bros. Albany owner, Aaron Eastman. “We were able to help turn something so tragic into an opportunity for the community to come together and support local students.”

“The care the community exemplified on Friday was contagious,” said Dutch Bros. Bob Lengwin Corvallis owner.

Additionally, Dutch Bros. Coffee in Grants Pass made a $10,000 gift from their Love Abounds program to support rebuilding of the music programs. Music is a key value of the company. Love Abounds specifically supports many facets of music and wanted to help rebuild these programs for South Albany High School. 

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CHICO, CALIF. - Dutch Bros. Coffee Supports Local High School Sports

4/14/2015 -

CHICO, Calif. (April 14, 2015) – Friday, April 17th, Dutch Bros. Coffee locations in Chico are individually partnering with local High Schools to raise funds for Sports Boosters Clubs.

Proceeds from drinks sold on Friday, April 17th will benefit three local High Schools. Each of the three Chico Dutch Bros. will support a different school: 480 E. Park Ave. will support Durham High; 1733 Esplanade will supportChico High (http://www.chs.chicousd.org/) and 2393 Cohasset Rd. will support Pleasant Valley High.

“We’re so lucky to be a part of such a great community and it’s exciting to support our high schools,” said owner of Dutch Bros. Chico, Dan Richardson. “High school sports play an integral role in teaching youth to set and achieve goals, as well as work as a part of a team.”

Booster programs throughout the Chico area support the High School sports programs.

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PHOENIX, Ariz. - Dutch Bros. Raises Funds for Phoenix Children’s Hospital

4/09/2015 - Dutch Bros. Raises Funds for Phoenix Children’s Hospital

PHOENIX, Ariz. (April 3, 2015) – The commitment to children is apparent in the two Dutch Bros. Arizona owners, on Thursday, April 9 for the second year, all Arizona locations will donate $1.00 from the sale of every medium and large drink to support the Phoenix Children’s Hospital.

All Dutch Bros. Arizona locations will be supporting the ABC ’15 Telethon, benefiting Phoenix Chidren’s Hospital and the important work they do for the children they serve.

“The support last year was amazing,” said Dutch Bros. Phoenix owner Jim Thompson. “With the help of our customers and community we hope to raise even more money this year.”

“We have such a heart for children, and want them all to have the best care they can,” said Caleb Berkey, Peoria Dutch Bros. owner. “We all love the experience and the joy we get from participating in days like this.”

Phoenix Children’s Hospital has grown to become one of the largest children’s hospitals in the country. Providing hope, healing and the best health care for children since 1983.

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ALBANY, Ore. - Dutch Bros. Coffee Sells Rebel for Rebels

4/07/2015 -

ALBANY, Ore. (April 7, 2015) - On Friday April 10, all Dutch Bros. locations in Albany, Sweet Home, Lebanon and Corvallis will participate in raising funds for the South Albany High School Rebels. Proceeds from the sale of Dutch Bros. Blue Rebel™ energy drink will support the South Albany Rebels.

 “Our hearts go out to South Albany High School,” said Dutch Bros. Albany owner, Aaron Eastman. “Something so unexpected and tragic is hard to comprehend. We’re so grateful to be able to help.”

All day Friday, sales of private-label Dutch Bros. Blue Rebel™ energy drink will be benefit the South Albany Rebel’s Fire Relief Fund.

“When our neighbors suffer, we suffer,” said Dutch Bros. Corvallis owner. “We look forward to playing

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CENTRALIA, Wash. - Centralia Celebrates One Year and Supports Relay for Life

3/31/2015 -

Dutch Bros. Centralia (March 31, 2015) - On Saturday, April 4, Dutch Bros. Centralia will be celebrating their one-year anniversary with $1.00 16-ounce drinks all day and $1.00 of every drink sold on will benefit Relay for Life of Lewis County.

 We’re so excited to partner with Relay for Life this year,” said Dutch Bros. Centralia owner, Jeff Bass. “Being able to team with the community to benefit a foundation who is endlessly fighting to find a cure is a great feeling.”

Jeff Bass and the Dutch Bros. Centralia have planted roots in the community since 2014. Over the past year, Dutch Bros. Centralia has donated to local organizations including Lewis County Food Bank Coalition, Centralia Salvation Army, Centralia High School, Centralia Little League, and WF West High School, and the Muscular Dystrophy Association.

“It’s been an incredible year; full of new customers and friends, an incredible community, and the opportunity to serve a killer cup of coffee,” says Jeff Bass. “I’m excited about the future.”

Dutch Bros. Centralia, located at 512 Harrison Ave. is open 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.

For more information on Dutch Bros. Centralia, visit https://www.facebook.com/DutchBrosCentraliaChehalis/info?tab=page_info

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MEDFORD, Ore. - Dutch Bros. Coffee Raises Funds for Hawthorne Park

2/23/2015 -

MEDFORD, Ore. (Feb. 23, 2015) - Friday, February 27, Dutch Bros. Coffee of Jackson County will band together with the community to raise funds for the reconstruction of Hawthorne Park.

Dutch Bros. of Jackson County is partnering with the Chamber of Commerce to help raise funds to improve the playground at Hawthorne Park. 

“It’s so exciting getting to partner with the Chamber of Commerce to help build a safe place for the Medford Community,” said Ty Sullivan, Dutch Bros. Franchisee of Jackson County. “The park will make a great addition the neighborhood, and providing a play area is wonderful.”

All Medford locations will be participating in Hawthorne Park day on February 27, proceeds from sales of specialty coffee, smoothies, freezes and our private label energy drink, Dutch Bros. Blue Rebel will go to the park reconstruction.

Dutch Bros. of Jackson County is open from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m., Sunday through Thursday, and 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday.

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PASCO, WA - Clean UP Pasco with Dutch Bros. Coffee

2/23/2015 -

Downtown Pasco

Dutch Bros. CoffeePASCO, Wash. (Feb 23, 2015) —The community is invited to join Dutch Bros. Coffee Pasco to band together with local schools and clean up Peanuts Park and the surrounding area.

On February 28, from 9:00 a.m. – noon, Downtown Pasco Development Authority will hold one of their annual Clean UP Pasco events.

The Clean UP event will include a DJ, snacks provided by Fiesta Foods-Pasco and Dutch Bros. Coffee will provide coffee, hot chocolate and private label Blue Rebel Energy Drink for all volunteers.

Dutch Bros. Pasco has previously partnered on three other clean up days, and wanted to engage the local schools and the community. There are 100 youth from local schools expected to participate. The community is also invited to join in the clean up that morning.

"We are excited to work with our friends, neighbors and other local business owners to show Pasco we love living and working here,” said Brad Barnes, Dutch Bros. Pasco Owner. “We want to let our love abound with a dedication to keeping Pasco beautiful."

“Cleaning up is one of the key starting points for revitalization. Picking up trash, bonding with other members of our community and setting an example is important,” stated Michael Goins, Executive Director of the DPDA. “By engaging the public in programs like this, we develop a deeper sense of community. Having Dutch Bros Pasco on board makes it a fun and hip way to contribute.”  

The Clean UP event will kick-off at 9:00 a.m. at Peanuts Park.

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Dutch Bros. Coffee Joins the Elk Grove Community

2/18/2015 -

Dutch Bros. Elk GroveELK GROVE, Calif. (Feb. 11, 2015) – On Thursday, Feb. 19, Dutch Bros. Coffee of Elk Grove, 8610 Elk Grove Blvd., will slide open their windows for the first time. They will be celebrating the grand opening with free 16-ounce drinks.

All 16-ounce drinks will be free all day long, including specialty coffee, smoothies, freezes and our private label energy drink, Dutch Bros. Blue Rebel.

 Locally owned and operated by husband and wife duo, Kyle and Hailey Garrett, this will be the first Dutch Bros. location in Elk Grove, California.

“It’s crazy to think that everything I’ve done to get to this point, has finally come to fruition,” Said Kyle Garrett, Dutch Bros. Elk Grove Franchisee. “We’ve both waited for this day for so long; we’re so ready, and so thankful.”

The new location will be open twenty-four hours.

“To be placed in such an incredible community excites us,” said Hailey Garrett. “We’re so grateful for this opportunity, and can’t wait to see what’s in store.” 

About Dutch Bros. Elk Grove

Dutch Bros. of Elk Grove is locally owned and operated by husband and wife duo, Kyle and Hailey Garrett.

The Garrett’s have been working for Dutch Bros. Coffee for a combined fifteen years; Elk Grove is the Garrett’s first Dutch Bros. location.

Serving specialty coffee drinks, smoothies, freezes, teas and a private-label Dutch Bros. Blue Rebel™ energy drink, Dutch Bros. is known for a special focus on its communities and customers.

“We feel so blessed to have both been able to grow in this company,” said Haley. “It never feels like work, and that’s the beauty of it; we get to do something we genuinely love, for the rest of our lives.”

“We cannot wait to use our shop as a platform to serve the community,” said Kyle. “That’s what it’s all about; serving and loving the community.” 

Follow Dutch Bros. Elk Grove at https://www.facebook.com/DBELKGROVE?fref=ts

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BEAVERTON, ORE. - JAM THE DAM FOR MAKE-A-WISH FOUNDATION

2/12/2015 -

BEAVERTON, Ore. (Feb. 12, 2015) - Tuesday, Feb. 17, from 5:30 a.m. to 10 p.m., the Beaverton Dutch Bros. Coffee location at 8940 S.W. Hall Blvd. will donate proceeds to Jam the Dam, benefiting Make-A-Wish Foundation of Oregon.

This is the tenth year Beaverton High School has supported Make-A-Wish Oregon during the annual “Week of Wishes” fundraising campaign.  The campaign consists of their rivalry basketball event called Jam the Dam. 

“Beaverton High School has been such a joy to partner with," said Tina Thompson, Dutch Bros. Beaverton Franchisee.  "Helping Make-A-Wish foundation is something we’re really passionate about and look forward to doing each year.” 

Jam the Dam involves back-to-back men’s JV and Varsity basketball games against a rival school. Happening Friday, February 20, attendees will also have the option to participate in a silent auction, activities, or enjoy a tasty beverage from the Dutch Bros. Coffee. booth. Proceeds from the event on February 20 will also benefit Make-A-Wish Oregon; smoothies, Dutch Bros. Blue Rebel™ energy drink, Italian sodas and mochas will be available.

Dutch Bros. Beaverton has given back to the Jam the Dam event for the last six years, and has helped raise over $10,000 for Make-A-Wish Oregon.

“It's another year where we get the opportunity to help make a difference,” said Thompson. “Jam the Dam is something to be a part of!”

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GRANTS PASS, Ore. Dutch Luv, Serving Our Communities One Can at a Time

2/03/2015 -

GRANTS PASS, Ore. (Feb. 4, 2015) - This Valentine’s Day, 240 Dutch Bros. Coffee locations will be collecting nonperishable food for community food banks.

Each Valentine’s Day, Dutch Bros. Coffee participates in Dutch Luv Day. Franchisees come along side their community and band together to collect food for their local food banks. All Dutch Bros. locations will collect donated nonperishable food items. Last year, the company donated 233,401 pounds of food, and hopes to donate even more this year.

"Hunger is a serious problem," says Sam Engel, manager of the Josephine County Food Bank. "Hunger means not knowing if you can pay for medicine and food this month. Hunger means deciding which adult skips dinner tonight so that all the kids can eat. With the community's help and through food drives like Dutch Luv Day, we can make sure that the people who most need our support get not only adequate food, but the nutritious food that they need to be healthy."

“Dutch Bros. serves as a platform to give back to the community,” said Dutch Bros. Coffee Co-Founder Travis Boersma. “We’re blessed with an opportunity to band together with nearby communities and spread the “Luv” by providing canned goods for local food banks.”

All Dutch Bros. locations are locally owned and operated allowing franchisees each year to choose the local organizations important to them, which can benefit from the canned goods collected.

“The generosity of Dutch Bros and their patrons really shines on this day and the benefit to our hungry neighbors in need is tremendous,” Brad Bassi, Food Resource Developer, FOOD For Lane County. February can be a difficult time of the year for many families and Dutch Luv is a key in keeping up stores of nonperishable food.”

Local Food Banks being supported are listed below by city, in alphabetical order:

Albany/Lebanon/Sweet Home
Linn Benton Food Share

Aloha 
Food Pantry at Unity of Beaverton 

Arizona 
United Food Bank 

Astoria/Seaside 
(CCA) Clatsop Community Action 

Auburn 
Interfaith Food Closet 

Beaverton 
Food Pantry at Unity of Beaverton 

Boise 
Boise Rescue Mission 

Brookings 
Brookings Harbor Community Helpers Food Bank 

Carson City 
Food for Thought 

Cave Junction 
Josephine County Food Bank 

Central Oregon 
The Giving Plate 

Centralia/Chehalis 
Lewis County Food Bank Coalition 

Chico 
The Jesus Center 

Citrus Heights/Sacramento/Fair Oaks 
Sacramento Food Bank 

Coeur D’Alene 
Community Action Partnership 

Colorado Springs 
The Springs Rescue Mission 

Coos Bay/North Bend 
South Coast Food Share 

Corvallis 
Linn Benton Food Share 

Clackamas
Clackamas Service Center 

Crescent City 
Our Daily Bread Ministries 

Dallas/Monmouth 
Polk County Food Bank 

East Vancouver 
Pantry Project 

Eugene 
Food for Lane County

Eureka 
Food for People 

Fairfield 
The Food Bank of Central Costa and Solano 

Florence 
Food for Lane County 

Forest Grove 
St. Vincent DePaul 

Fresno
Poverello House 

Granite Bay 
Placer County Food Bank 

Grants Pass 
Josephine County Food Bank 

Gresham 
Snow Cap 

Hermiston 
The Agape House

Hillsboro 
Oregon Food Bank of Washington County 

Hood River/The Dalles 
Mid Columbia Regional Food Bank 

Jackson County 
Access 

Keizer/Salem 
Marion-Polk County Food Share 

Kennewick/Richland  
2nd Harvest, Tri-Cities 

Klamath Falls 
Klamath-Lake Counties Food Bank 

La Grande 
Calvary Chapel of LaGrande Food Bank

Lacey 
Thurston County Food Bank 

Lewiston 
Community Action Partnership Food Bank 

Longview/Kelso 
The Salvation Army

McMinnville 
Yamhill County Food Bank

Meridian 
Meridian Food Bank 

Milton-Freewater 
Bread Basket Food Bank 

Moscow
Moscow Food Bank 

Moses Lake 
Moses Lake Food Bank 

Nampa/Caldwell 
Lighthouse Rescue Mission 

Newberg 
YCAP

Newport 
Lincoln County Food Bank 

Oakley 
Food Bank of Contra Costa & Solano 

Ontario
Oregon Food Bank 

Oregon City/Canby 
Oregon Food Bank 

Orland
Orland Food Pantry 

Oroville/Paradise 
North State Food Bank 

Pasco 
2ndHarvest, Tri Cities 

Portland 
Oregon Food Bank 

Raleigh Hills 
Food Pantry at Unity of Beaverton 

Red Bluff 
NVCSS Food Bank of Tehama Co. 

Redding 
One Safe Place, Good News Rescue Misson, Living Hope 

Rocklin 
Placer Food Bank 

Roseburg 
UCAN

Santa Rosa 
FISH of Santa Rosa 

Sherwood
Helping Hands

Sonoma 
FISH of Sonoma 

Spokane
2nd Harvest 

Springfield 
Food for Lane County

St. Helens/ Scappoose 
Columbia Pacific Food Bank 

Sunnyside
2nd Harvest 

Sutherlin 
Sutherlin/Oakland Food Pantry 

Tualatin
Tualatin School House Pantry 

Tigard 
St. Anthony’s

Twin Falls 
South Central Community Action Partnership

Vancouver 
Clark County Food Bank 

Walla Walla 
Bread Basket Food Bank 

Wenatchee 
St. Joseph Food Bank 



TWIN FALLS, ID. - Dutch Bros. Coffee Joins the Twin Falls Community

1/23/2015 -

TWIN FALLS, ID. (Jan. 23, 2015) – On Friday, Jan. 30, Dutch Bros. Coffee is celebrating its grand opening with free 16 oz. drinks, from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. at its new Twin Falls location at 572 Pole Line Rd.

 All 16-oz. drinks will be free, including specialty coffee, smoothies, freezes and our private label energy drink, Dutch Bros. Blue Rebel.

 Locally owned and operated by husband and wife duo, Adam and Mandy Hanby, this will be the first Dutch Bros. location in Twin Falls, Idaho.

“We are so excited to open and join the Twin Falls community,” said franchisee, Adam Hanby, Idaho native. “Coming back to our home roots, it feels good and we can’t wait till we get to slide open the window for the first time.”

The new location will be open 5 a.m. to 10 p.m., seven days a week.

“We are truly grateful for this opportunity,” says Mandy Hanby. “The Twin Falls Dutch Bros. family is more than ready for Friday, and we can’t wait to serve a killer cup of coffee.”

Follow Dutch Bros. Twin Falls at https://www.facebook.com/DutchBrosTwinFallsID

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PORTLAND, Ore.- Dutch Bros. Coffee of Canby Celebrates New location with Free 16 oz. Drinks

1/20/2015 -

PORTLAND, Ore. (Jan 20, 2015) – On Friday, Jan. 23, Dutch Bros. Coffee of Canby is opening a new location at 1115 SW 1st Ave, celebrating all day long with free 16 oz. drinks.

From 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. that day, all 16 oz. drinks will be free, including specialty coffee, smoothies, freezes and our private-label energy drink, Dutch Bros. Blue Rebel TM.

Dutch Bros. Coffee of Canby is locally owned and operated Abe Menshenfriend. The Menshenfriend’s have a location in Oregon City, with Canby being their third.

We are pumped to continue spreading Dutch culture throughout the community,” said Abe Menshenfriend, Dutch Bros. Canby Franchisee. “Every day we get the chance to impact someone’s life, and it’ll be rad getting to extend the Dutch experience by having a sit down shop, as well as a drive through.”

The new 1115 SW 1st Ave. Location is a walk in coffee shop, as well as a drive through. Regular operating hours will be open 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.

“It’s all about serving the community, said Abe. “We’re ready to open up the doors on Friday, and serve some love.”

Since opening in 2005, Dutch Bros. Canby has supported various local causes including the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Doernbecher Children's Hospital, The Boys and Girls Club and Muscular Dystrophy Association.

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SACRAMENTO, Calif. -Dutch Bros. Coffee Granite Bay Raises $4,500 for Families of Three Killed in Cra

1/19/2015 -

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (Jan. 26, 2015)- On Monday, January 19, Dutch Bros. Granite Bay banned together with the community, raising $4,540, supporting the families of Matt Azar, Kendra Langham and Mathew Beardwitt.

“We are grateful to be able to support to the families affected,” says Mattie Place, Dutch Bros. Granite Bay owner. “It was incredible seeing the community come together, and contribute all that they did.”

Matt, Kendra and Mathew were recently killed in car accident on 1-80. Matt had been a daily customer of Dutch Bros. and Kendra and Mathew had worked nearby. “Seeing our friends neighbors suffering is so hard,” said Brian Place. “We truly consider our customers part of our family.”

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GRANITE BAY, CA - Dutch Bros. Supports Families of Three Killed in Crash

1/17/2015 -

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (Jan. 17, 2015) – On Monday, January 19, Dutch Bros. Granite Bay will be donating proceeds from all sales for the day to support the families of Matt Azar, Kendra Langham and Mathew Beardwitt.

 “Our customers are our family. Matt was someone we all got to know and he had been coming through since day one,” said Mattie Place, Dutch Bros. Granite Bay owner. “We were all saddened by this tragedy and know that all we can do is support these families as they move forward.”

Matt, Kendra and Mathew were recently killed in car accident on I-80. Matt had been a daily customer of Dutch Bros. and Kendra and Mathew had worked across the street. “It is so hard when our neighbors and friends are suffering,” said Brian Place. “This is what we can do to help their families and our Dutch family.”

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PORTLAND, Ore. - Dutch Bros. Coffee Celebrates New SE Portland Location with Free Drinks

1/16/2015 -

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PORTLAND, Ore. (Jan 16, 2015) – On Monday, Jan. 19, Dutch Bros. Coffee  is opening a new location at 4455 SE 26th Ave., and will celebrate all day long with free 16-oz. drinks.

From 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. that day at the new location near 26th and Holgate, all 16-oz. drinks will be free, including specialty coffee, smoothies, freezes and our private-label energy drink, Dutch Bros. Blue RebelTM.

Dutch Bros. Coffee is locally owned and operated by husband and wife duo, Shane and Jenn Roberts. The Roberts' have a location in both Tualatin and Clackamas, with Holgate being their third.

“We are excited to be a part of the local community and make it a priority to give back to local charities, schools and other organizations,” said Shane Roberts, Dutch Bros. Tualatin/Clackamas owner. “We look forward to meeting everyone and developing relationships that last a lifetime.”

The new 4455 SE 26th Ave. location will be open 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday, and 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.

 “It’s all about serving the community, said Jen Roberts. "We can't wait to build lasting relationships with those in the SE Portland area.”

Since opening in 2004, The Roberts' have given back over $100,000 to support organizations and causes throughout the community, including the Muscular Dystrophy Association, Tualatin School House Pantry, local schools, and various causes. 

“I love that Dutch Bros. gives us a platform to give back to our community,” says Shane. “It’s so much more than just a good cup of coffee.”

Dutch Bros. Central Oregon employs over 50 full-time and part-time local employees.

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FRESNO, Calif - Dutch Bros. Celebrates Third Fresno Location With A Community Give-Back

1/15/2015 -

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FRESNO, Calif. (Jan 15, 2015) –Dutch Bros. Coffee of Fresno is opening their third location at 1831 E. McKinley Ave. and all 16-oz. drinks will be $1 with proceeds of the day benefiting Children’s Hospital Central California Foundation.

On January 23rd, from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m., all 16 oz. drinks will cost $1, including specialty coffees, smoothies, Freezes and our private-label energy drink, the Dutch Bros. Blue RebelTM.

Locally owned and operated by husband and wife duo, Brent and Genesis Wilson, Dutch Bros. Coffee of Fresno opened their first location in 2006, and is preparing to open their third.

“We are really excited to open a new shop,” said Brent Wilson, Dutch Bros. Fresno owner. “It is great to be growing and even better to be able to support the amazing work of Central California Children’s Hospital.”

Dutch Bros. Fresno has been a part of the Fresno community for eight years and has supported numerous local causes. “We want to support our community they way they support us,” said Brent. 

Children’s Hospital Central California Foundation is a non-profit, state-of-the-art children’s hospital, and one of the largest hospitals of its type in the nation.

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BEND, Ore. - Dutch Bros. Coffee Raises Over $2,500 For Bear Creek Elementary School

1/14/2015 -

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BEND, Ore. (Jan, 14 2015) – On Monday, Jan. 12, Dutch Bros. Coffee celebrated the opening of their newest location in south Bend by banding together with the community to raise $2,544 for Bear Creek Elementary School.

To raise funds, Dutch Bros. sold medium drinks for $1, including specialty coffee; smoothies, Freezes and our private-label energy drink Dutch Bros. Blue RebelTM

“The grand opening was a blast,” said Bill Smith, Dutch Bros. Central Oregon owner. “The Bend community is continually supporting us; we have such a great community!”

The new 61223 S. Hwy 97 Location will be open 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.

 "We are so appreciative of Dutch Bros.’ donation,” said Susan Henry, VP of Bear Creek PTO. “We are able to use the donation to to upgrade the school PA system, benefiting our 700+ students and dual immersion language program.”

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BEND, Ore. - Dutch Bros. Coffee Celebrates Sixth Bend Location with Community Give-Back

1/09/2015 -

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BEND, Ore. (Jan, 9 2015) – On Monday, Jan. 12, Dutch Bros. Coffee is opening a new location at 61223 S Hwy 97. All medium drinks will be $1, with proceeds benefiting Bear Creek Elementary School.

From 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. that day, get any medium drink for $1, including specialty coffee; smoothies, Freezes and our private-label energy drink Dutch Bros. Blue RebelTM

Locally owned and operated by husband and wife duo, Bill and Carol Smith, Dutch Bros. of Central Oregon opened their first store in 2005 and is opening up their sixth in the area.

“We are growing, and we’re so excited to continue expanding in the Bend area,” said Bill Smith. “It feels great, and we look forward to being more involved.”

The new location will be open everyday from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m., and on Fridays and Saturdays, 5 a.m. to 11 p.m.

Dutch Bros. Central Oregon has been a part of the Bend community for ten years and has supported numerous local causes. “We are so excited to be donating the proceeds from the give back day to the Bear Creek Elementary School. We always welcome another way to be apart of the schools,” said Kaelyn Costa, Dutch Bros. Bend Marketing Coordinator. “Being able to support schools while celebrating our new location feels incredible.”

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Dutch Bros. Coffee and Customers Raise Over $226,000 for Children

12/22/2014 -

Dutch Bros. Coffee Buck for KidsGRANTS PASS, Ore. (Dec. 20, 2014) —On December 5, Dutch Bros. Coffee and customers banded together to raise $226,278 for children on the company’s annual Buck for Kids Day.

“We rocked it,” said Dutch Bros. Co-Founder Travis Boersma. “Anytime we can work with our customers to invest in the amazing organizations in our communities that provide support and opportunities for children, we are truly blessed.”

“SMART is grateful to Dutch Bros. for this incredibly generous donation through its Bucks for Kids day. The event raised enough for SMART in the Portland Metro Area, to provide our reading support program for 11 local kids for one year, or 1,352 books for kids to take home and keep,” said Chris Otis, Executive Director, SMART. “Thank you to Dutch Bros. for supporting SMART and many worthy nonprofits – it is supportive partners like these who help our communities thrive.”  

To raise funds, all 233 locations donated proceeds from that day to children’s causes selected by local owner-operators. Organizations supported ranged from regional Boys & Girls Clubs, to CASA programs to Christmas toy collection programs.

"We're thrilled to be the recipient of this year's Bucks-for-Kids day. CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) of Central Oregon will use the funds raised to recruit, train and support community volunteers who become the voice for children in foster care in Deschutes, Jefferson and Crook counties," said CASA, Executive Director, Pam Fortier.

“The Dutch Bros. “Buck for Kids” event is a great way to get our entire community excited about giving back,” said Kaitie Swengel, Boys & Girls Clubs of Southwest Washington, Communications and Event Manger. “We can’t think of a better way for people to use a small gesture to make a big impact!”

 “We want to see all children have love and encouragement to grow and learn,” said Travis. “Thank you to everyone who came out to support these organizations and children.”

Albany & Salem, Ore.
$5,668 Boys & Girls Club of Albany

Astoria, Ore.
$881 Clatsop County Wishing Tree Program

Auburn & Rocklin, Calif.
$2300 Placer County Receiving Home

Beaverton, Ore.
$3382 S.M.A.R.T.

Bend, Redmond & Sisters, Ore.
$4703 CASA of Central Oregon

Boise, Idaho
$8214 Boys & Girls Club of Ada County

Brookings, Ore.
$912 Brookings Harbor Education Foundation

Caldwell & Nampa, Idaho
$3800 Boys & Girls Club of Nampa

Carson City, Nev.
$970 Boys & Girls Club of Northern Nevada

Centralia

$712 Centralia Salvation Army


Chico, Calif.
$4592 Environmental Alternatives

Citrus Heights, Fair Oaks & Sacramento, Calif.
$3601 Getty Owl Foundation

Coeur D'Alene, Idaho
$2389 The Children's Village

Colorado Springs, Colo.
$3020 Boys & Girls Club of the Pikes Peak Region

Coos Bay & North Bend, Ore.
$1640 Boys & Girls Club of Southwestern Oregon

Corvallis, Ore.
$4146 Boys & Girls Club of Corvallis


Crescent City, Calif.
$700 Crescent City Youth Basketball

Dallas, Ore.
$750 Kids Inc. of Dallas

Davis & Woodland, Calif.

$4113 EMQ Families First


Eugene, Ore.
$6234 Relief Nursery


Eureka, Calif.
$2200 Boys & Girls Club of the Redwoods


Fairfield, Calif.

$1500 Fairfield PAL/Matt Garcia Youth Center


Florence, Ore.
$586 Boys & Girls Club of Western Lane County

Forest Grove, Ore.
$700 Tom McCall Elementary


Fresno, Calif.

$2,084 Project Access- Foster & Homeless Students

Goodyear, Peoria & Surprise, Ariz.
$4,645 CASA of Maricopa County


Granite Bay, Calif.

$790 Placer County Receiving Home


Grants Pass & Cave Junction, Ore.
$13,747 Boys & Girls Club of the Rogue Valley

Gresham, Ore.
$4,236 Northwest Children's Outreach


Hermiston, Ore.
$1,347 Hermiston High School Sports Booster Club "Adopt a Dawg"

Hillsboro & Cornelius, Ore.
$4,155 Boys & Girls Club of Hillsboro

Hood River, Ore.
$1,536 The Next Door, Families First


Kelso & Longview, Wash.

$1,651 Cowlitz County Children's Justice & Advocacy Center


Kennewick, Wash.
$3,550 Boys & Girls Club of Benton & Franklin Counties

Klamath Falls, Ore.
$6,684 Marine’s Toys for Tots of Klamath County

Lacey, Wash.
$1,412 Boys & Girls Club of Thurston County

LaGrande, Ore.
$725 La Grande Optimist Kids Club

Lebanon, Ore.
$812 Boys & Girls Clubs of the Greater Santiam

Lewiston, Idaho
$1,666 Boys & Girls Club of the Lewis-Clark Valley


McMinnville, Ore.
$3,000 Mendonca Academy of Martial Arts

Medford & Ashland, Ore.
$6520 Boys & Girls Club of Jackson County

Meridian, Idaho
$10,266 Boys & Girls Clubs of Ada County


Monmouth, Ore.
$750 Monmouth-Independence YMCA


Moscow, Idaho

$1,051 Moscow Schools “Backpacks for Kids”

Moses Lake, Wash.
$831 Boys & Girls Club of Moses Lake

Newberg, Ore.
$1,911 Newberg Fire Department Toy & Joy

Newport, Ore.
$1,084 Homeless Education & Literacy Project


Ontario, Ore.
$1,500 Boys & Girls Club of Western Treasure Valley

Oregon City, Ore.
$2,172 Leukemia & Lymphoma Society

Orland, Calif.
$704 Marine Toys for Tots


Oroville, Calif.
$1,149 Marine Toys for Tots


Paradise, Calif.

$846 Toys for Tots


Phoenix, Gilbert, Mesa, Scottsdale & Tempe, Ariz.

$12,600 CASA of Maricopa County

Portland, Ore.
$780 Blazers Boys & Girls Club

$1,000 Buckman Elementary School

$1,000 Arleta Elementary School


Red Bluff, Calif.
$1,200 CASA


Redding & Palo Cedro, Calif.
$4,146 CASA


Roseburg, Ore.

$2,650 Boys & Girls Club of Umpqua Valley

Salem, Ore.
$3,055 Liberty House

Santa Rosa, Calif.
$1,169 Kid Street Charter School


Scappoose, Ore.
$1,143 Share & Care with the Scappoose Fire Department

Seaside, Ore.
$467 Clatsop County Wishing Tree Program

Sherwood, Ore.
$1,075 Sherwood 4 Kids Sake


Spokane, Wash.

$12,380 92.9 KZZU Christmas Wish

Springfield & Cottage Grove, Ore.
$7,500 Relief Nursery


St. Helens, Ore.
$1,136 Toy & Joy with the St. Helens Fire Department

Sunnyside, Ore.
$525 Service Alternatives, Inc.

Sutherlin, Ore.
$1,000 Toys for Joys


Sweet Home, Ore.
$475 Boys & Girls Clubs of the Greater Santiam

Sonoma, Calif.

$428 LaLuz Center

The Dalles, Ore.
$1,536 The Next Door, Families First

Tigard, Ore.
$763 Tigard-Tualatin Family Resource Center

Tualatin, Ore.
$1,017 Tualatin School House Pantry Food Bank

Vancouver, Wash.
$5,048 Boys & Girls Clubs of Southwest Washington

Walla Walla, Wash. & Milton Freewater, Ore.
$786 Friends of Children of Walla Walla

Wenatchee, Wash.
$2406 Children's Home Society of Wenatchee

Woodburn, Ore.
$1,500 Boys & Girls Club of Woodburn

Yakima, Wash.
$1,724 Children's Village

                                            


GRANTS PASS, Ore. - Dutch Bros. Coffee Raises Bucks-for-Kids

11/20/2014 -

Buck-for-Kids
GRANTS PASS, Ore. (Dec. 1, 2014)
—On Friday, Dec. 5, all 233 Dutch Bros. Coffee locations will take part in a company-wide event. All locations will donate at least a “buck” per drink or proceeds from the day to youth programs selected by local owner-operators. 

Since Dutch Bros. locations are locally owned and operated, owners choose the local organizations dear to their hearts that will benefit from funds raised. Organizations range from regional Boys & Girls Clubs to holiday toy collection programs. Last year resulted in over $176,900 raised for community youth organizations.

“Kids are awesome. They are our present and future,” says Dutch Bros. Coffee Co-Founder Travis Boersma, a father of four himself. “We recognize that there are so many amazing organizations that help kids, each in a special way. We want to support them as they strive to help kids enjoy each day, whether it be through coats, toys, school supplies or programs that help them grow and learn.”

Dutch Bros. Coffee gives back at least 1% of gross sales to the communities it serves, donation over $1 million every year to nonprofit organizations and causes, in an effort to live the philosophy of “Love all, Serve all.”

Local causes being supported are listed below by city, in alphabetical order:

Albany, Ore.
Boys & Girls Club of Albany

Ashland, Ore.
Boys & Girls Club of Jackson County

Astoria, Ore.
Clatsop County Wishing Tree Program

Auburn, Calif.
Placer County Receiving Home

Beaverton, Ore.
S.M.A.R.T.

Bend, Ore.
CASA of Central Oregon

Boise, Idaho
Boys & Girls Club of Ada County

Brookings, Ore.
Brookings Harbor Education Foundation

Caldwell, Idaho
Boys & Girls Club of Nampa

Carson City, Nev.
Boys & Girls Club of Northern Nevada

Cave Junction, Ore.
Boys & Girls Club of the Rogue Valley

Central Point, Ore.
Boys & Girls Club of Jackson County

Centralia

Centralia Salvation Army

Chico, Calif.
Environmental Alternatives

Citrus Heights, Calif.
Getty Owl Foundation

Coeur D'Alene, Idaho
The Children's Village

Colorado Springs, Colo.
Boys & Girls Club of the Pikes Peak Region

Coos Bay, Ore.
Boys & Girls Club of Southwestern Oregon

Cornelius, Ore.
Boys & Girls Club of Hillsboro

Corvallis, Ore.
Boys & Girls Club of Corvallis

Cottage Grove, Ore.
Relief Nursery

Crescent City, Calif.
Crescent City Youth Basketball

Dallas, Ore.
Kids Inc. of Dallas

Davis, Calif.
EMQ Families First

East Wenatchee, Wash.
Children's Home Society of Wenatchee

Eugene, Ore.
Relief Nursery

Eureka, Calif.
Boys & Girls Club of the Redwoods

Fair Oaks, Calif.
Getty Owl Foundation

Fairfield, Calif. 

Fairfield PAL/Matt Garcia Youth Center


Florence, Ore.
Boys & Girls Club of Western Lane County

Forest Grove, Ore.
Tom McCall Elementary

Fresno, Calif.
Project Access - Foster & Homeless Students

Garden City, Idaho
Boys & Girls Club of Ada County

Gilbert, Ariz.
CASA of Maricopa County

Goodyear, Ariz.

CASA of Maricopa County

Granite Bay, Calif.

Placer County Receiving Home

Grants Pass, Ore.
Boys & Girls Club of the Rogue Valley

Gresham, Ore.
Northwest Children's Outreach

Hermiston, Ore.
Hermiston High School Sports Booster Club "Adopt a Dawg"

Hillsboro, Ore.
Boys & Girls Club of Hillsboro

Hood River, Ore.
The Next Door, Families First

Junction City, Ore.
Relief Nursery

Keizer, Ore.
Boys & Girls Club of Salem

Kelso, Wash.
Cowlitz County Children's Justice & Advocacy Center

Kennewick, Wash.
Boys & Girls Club of Benton & Franklin Counties

Klamath Falls, Ore.
Marine’s Toys for Tots of Klamath County

Lacey, Wash.
Boys & Girls Club of Thurston County

LaGrande, Ore.
La Grande Optimist Kids Club

Lebanon, Ore.
Boys & Girls Clubs of the Greater Santiam

Lewiston, Idaho
Boys & Girls Club of the Lewis-Clark Valley

Longview, Wash.
Cowlitz County Children's Justice & Advocacy Center

McMinnville, Ore.
Mendonca Academy of Martial Arts

Medford, Ore.
Boys & Girls Club of Jackson County

Meridian, Idaho
Boys & Girls Clubs of Ada County

Mesa, Ariz.
CASA of Maricopa County 

Milton-Freewater, Ore.
Friends of Children of Walla Walla

Monmouth, Ore.
Monmouth-Independence YMCA

Moscow, Idaho
Moscow Schools “Backpacks for Kids” 

Moses Lake, Wash.
Boys & Girls Club of Moses Lake

Nampa, Idaho
Boys and Girls Club of Nampa

Newberg, Ore.
Newberg Fire Department Toy & Joy

Newport, Ore.
Homeless Education & Literacy Project

North Bend, Ore.
Boys & Girls Club of Southwestern Oregon

Ontario, Ore.
Boys & Girls Club of Western Treasure Valley

Oregon City, Ore.
Leukemia & Lymphoma Society

Orland, Calif.
Marine Toys for Tots

Oroville, Calif.
Toys for Tots

Palo Cedro, Calif.
CASA 

Paradise, Calif.

Toys for Tots

Peoria, Ariz.
CASA of Maricopa County

Phoenix, Ariz.
CASA of Maricopa County

Phoenix, Ore.
Boys & Girls Club of Jackson County

Portland, Ore.
13640 S.E. Division St.
Northwest Children's Outreach

4721 N.E. Columbia Blvd.
Blazers Boys & Girls Club

11609 Glen Widing Dr. 

Northwest Children’s Outreach


514 S.E. Belmont 

Elementary School

6710 S.E. Foster

Arleta Elementary School

Red Bluff, Calif.
CASA

Redding, Calif.
CASA

Redmond, Ore.
CASA of Central Oregon 

Rocklin, Calif.
Placer County Receiving Home

Roseburg, Ore.
Boys & Girls Club of Umpqua Valley

Sacramento, Calif.
Getty Owl Foundation

Salem, Ore.
Liberty House

Santa Rosa, Calif.
Kid Street Charter School 

Scappoose, Ore.
Share & Care with the Scappoose Fire Department

Scottsdale, Ariz.
CASA of Maricopa County

Seaside, Ore.
Clatsop County Wishing Tree Program

Sherwood, Ore.
Fire Department “Toy & Joy”

Sisters, Ore.
CASA of Central Oregon 

Spokane, Wash.
92.9 KZZU Christmas Wish

Springfield, Ore.
Relief Nursery

St. Helens, Ore.
Toy & Joy with the St. Helens Fire Department

Sunnyside, Ore.
Service Alternatives, Inc.

Sutherlin, Ore.
Toys for Joys

Sweet Home, Ore.
Boys & Girls Clubs of the Greater Santiam

Tempe, Ariz.
CASA of Maricopa County

The Dalles, Ore.
The Next Door, Families First

Tigard, Ore.
Tigard-Tualatin Family Resource Center

Tualatin, Ore.
Tualatin School House Pantry Food Bank

Vancouver, Wash.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Southwest Washington

Walla Walla, Wash.
Friends of Children of Walla Walla

Wenatchee, Wash.
Children's Home Society of Wenatchee

White City, Ore.
Boys & Girls Club of Jackson County

Woodburn, Ore.
Boys & Girls Club of Woodburn

Woodland, Calif.
EMQ Families First

Yakima, Wash.
Children's Village

To find the location nearest you, visit www.dutchbros.com/locations

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SACRAMENTO, Calif. - The Community Raises $96,697 for Fallen Officers Families

10/31/2014 -

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (Oct. 31, 2014) – On Wednesday, October 29, Dutch Bros. Coffee owners in the Sacramento area banded together with the community to raise $96,697 to support the families of Sacramento Sheriff Deputy Danny Oliver and Placer County Sheriff’s Detective Michael David Davis Jr.

Proceeds from sales and donations collected at all nine Sacramento-area Dutch Bros. shops will support the families of the fallen officers. Donations will be made to Placer 10-35 and The Star 6 Foundation.

“We laughed and cried with people all day,” said Brian Place, Dutch Bros. Granite Bay owner. “We were blown away by the generosity of everyone. What a special show of love for the families of Danny Oliver and Michael Davis.”

“We are so thankful to have the opportunity to work with our neighboring Dutch Bros. Family, who jump in without hesitation,” said Heather Mauel, Dutch Bros Auburn/Rocklin owner. “Our crews were inspired by the community’s love for these families.”

 The community came out in droves. People came from as far away as Truckee and waited in long lines to show love and support the officers and their families. Donations alone accounted for over 50% of the total raised.

 “There are no words to describe how special the whole day was,” said Nikol Grubbs, Dutch Bros. NE Sacramento/Citrus Heights owner. “We are so blessed to live in such a caring and amazing community.”

“We have the families of Deputy Danny Oliver and Detective Michael Davis in our thoughts and hope they saw how much the community cares about them and respects the work done by law enforcement,” said Sean Provost, Dutch Bros. Woodland/Davis owner.

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GRANTS PASS, Ore. - Dutch Bros. Coffee Offering DB Single Serve Cups

10/28/2014 -

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GRANTS PASS, Ore. (Oct. 28, 2014) – Dutch Bros. Coffee is excited to announce the November 3, release of Single-Serve DB Cups compatible with Keurig-style brewers.

Now, get your favorite coffee for use at home, office or wherever your travels take you. The Dutch Bros. single serve cups will be available exclusively at Dutch Bros. locations and online at shop.dutchbros.com.  The 12-count box will sell for $10.00.

On Monday, November 3rd, stop by any location and receive a free sample 4-pack with any purchase, while supplies last. 

“We have had requests for DB Single-Serve Cups for some time, and it is super awesome to be able to fulfill that request from our customers,” said Dutch Bros. Coffee Co-founder, Travis Boersma. “You can be a hero by picking up a package and taking it home or to the office.”

“It’s an awesome way to gift Dutch Bros. to friend and family that may not be near a Dutch Bros. stand,” said Andy Conway, Vice-President of Operations, Dutch Bros. Coffee.

Dutch Bros. Coffee continues to grow and now has 233 stores in seven states.  With over 20 years in the business, Dutch Bros. is happy to thank loyal fans, dubbed the “Dutch Mafia” for its continued growth and success. “I am super pumped that our customers can enjoy some Dutch Love at home or work,” said Travis.

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KENNEWICK, Wash. - Dutch Bros. Kennewick Coats for Kids

10/27/2014 -

KENNEWICK, Wash. (Oct. 28, 2014) – Temperatures are dropping and to help get kids in coats, on Saturday, Nov. 1, Dutch Bros. Coffee locations in Kennewick will donate $1 from every drink sold to Kennewick Fire Department Coats for Kids.

"Its just a natural thing to want to help kids in anyway possible," said Nate Frary, Dutch Bros. Kennewick owner. "So many kids would go without a coat. So to help them get a nice warm coat for winter is awesome."

All funds raised will be donated to the Kennewick Fire Department Coats for Kids program, which will purchase the much-needed outerwear.

“This is an important program for the kids in our area,” said Andre Ursino, Kennewick Fire Department. “Kids get a new warm coat, and because we buy coats made in America, we also are helping to provide jobs.”

The following participating Dutch Bros. Kennewick locations will be open November 1, between 5:00 a.m. and 11:00 p.m.:  4305 W. Clearwater Ave.; 731 N. Columbia Blvd.; 3 W. Columbia Dr.

Follow Dutch Bros. Kennewick on facebook at DutchBrosKennewickWA.

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SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Dutch Bros. Coffee Rallies to Support Officers Families

10/27/2014 -

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (Oct. 27, 2014) – On Wednesday, October 29, Dutch Bros. Coffee owners in the Sacramento area are raising funds to support the families of Sacramento Sheriff Deputy Danny Oliver and Placer County Sheriff’s Detective Michael David Davis Jr.

Proceeds from the sales at all nine Sacramento-area Dutch Bros. shops will go to support the families of the fallen officers. Donations will be made to Placer 10-35and The Star 6 Foundation

“We were all so shocked by Friday’s events, many of the Placer County Sheriff’s are customers and friends, it was clear to us Saturday morning that we needed to do something,” said Jeremy Mauel, Dutch Bros. Auburn/Rocklin owner. “We are going to help our neighbors and we’ll all get through this together.”

“The Sheriff’s Department has always had our back. It is our time to have theirs,” said Nikol Grubbs, Dutch Bros. NE Sacramento/Citrus Heights owner. “They are customers, but more importantly they are always looking out for the safety of our staff which means more to us than we can say.”

In addition to proceeds from the day’s sales, there will also be donation buckets on-site at each location.

“The chaos of the day affected all of us in the area, but none more than the families of Deputy Oliver and Detective Davis,” said Sean Provost, Dutch Bros. Woodland/Davis owner. “We think of our customers as family and when they hurt, we hurt with them.”

“We love our town and Sacramento cares, the whole community cares,” said Brian Place, Dutch Bros. Granite Bay owner. “We feel the need to help the families and the community heal, if even in the smallest way.”

To find a location near you visit Dutch Bros.com.

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GRANTS PASS, Ore. - Dutch Bros. Coffee Fights for Everyone’s “Girls”

10/24/2014 -

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GRANTS PASS, Ore. (Oct. 24, 2014) For Breast Cancer Awareness month Dutch Bros. Coffee has been selling “Be Aware” travel mugs and raised $222,240 for the Knight Cancer Institute at Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU).

All 233 Dutch Bros. Coffee locations in seven states sold the “Be Aware” mug in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month. For every mug sold, Dutch Bros. Coffee donated $5.

“I think it’s super impactful what Knight Cancer Institute has organized. We are fortunate enough to be able to participate in supporting research that will change future treatment of cancer,” said Travis Boersma, Co-Founder of Dutch Bros. Coffee.

The $1 billion Knight Cancer Challenge was launched in 2013 after Nike Co-founder Phil Knight and his wife, Penny, pledged $500 million for cancer research if OHSU raised an equal amount by February 2016. The $1 billion investment will allow the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute to hire top scientists and their teams, or about 200 to 300 researchers, to collaborate on improving methods to identify cancer at its earliest and most curable stage, and to move the most promising new detection methods and treatments from the laboratory to clinical trials as quickly as possible.

“We are deeply grateful to Dutch Bros., all of their customers and employees for supporting the Knight Cancer Challenge and the significant contribution their efforts will make in advancing breast cancer research,” said Lisa Coussens, Ph.D., associate director of basic research at the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute.  “These funds will help us pursue the most promising research more quickly and, ultimately, bring new hope to breast cancer patients.”

All Dutch Bros. locations in seven states participated. To find a Dutch Bros. near you, visit www.dutchbros.com/locations.


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ALOHA, Ore. - Dutch Bros. Coffee Raises Over $3,700 for Aloha High School

10/09/2014 -

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ALOHA, Ore. (Oct. 8, 2014) – On Friday, October 3, Dutch Bros. Coffee celebrated it’s new location and banded together with the community to raise $3,729 for the Principal’s Care Fund at Aloha High School.

To raise funds Dutch Bros. sold all 16-oz. drinks for $1, including specialty coffee, smoothies, freezes and our private-label energy drink, Dutch Bros. Blue Rebel TM.

"The grand opening was a blast,” said Tina Thompson, Dutch Bros. Beaverton/Aloha owner. “When Aloha High school showed up in the afternoon it turned into a party. The break dancing team threw down some cardboard and really turned things up.”  

The new 6270 SW 185th Ave. location will be open 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.

“The Aloha community has been so welcoming and kind to us,” said Tina. “We are excited to get to know everyone.” 

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BEND, Ore. - Dutch Bros. Coffee Raises Over $3,000 for Local High Schools

10/08/2014 -

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BEND, Ore. (Oct. 8, 2014) – On Oct. 1, Dutch Bros. Coffee of Central Oregon celebrated it’s new location at 2155 NE Hwy 20, by banding together with the community to raise $3,106 for two local high schools.

To raise fund,s all 16-oz. drinks for $1, including specialty coffee, smoothies, freezes and our private-label energy drink Dutch Bros. Blue RebelTM. Proceeds will benefit Mountain View High School and Bend Senior High.

“It was an incredibly fun day,” said Kaelyn Costa, Dutch Bros. Central Oregon Marketing Coordinator. “We are so excited to support the schools; one school has even told us they are purchasing two water fountains.”

Dutch Bros. Central Oregon has been serving the area for ten years and owners Bill and Carol Smith are enthusiastic about their new location's drive-thru and walk-in feature. "We love being a part of this community and look forward to the next ten years," said Bill. 

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SALEM, Ore. - Dutch Bros. Salem Rallies for Alicia

10/08/2014 -

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SALEM, Ore. (Oct. 8, 2014)- On October 10, Dutch Bros. Coffee Salem at 3794 Commercial St. S.E., will be donating proceeds from the day to help offset medical expenses for Alicia O’Sullivan. 

“Alicia is our friend and family,” says Topher Madden, Dutch Bros. Salem Regional Manager. “We want to take some pressure off Alicia and her family as she fights through this and begins her recovery.”

Alicia O’Sullivan is battling Steven Johnson Syndrome.  She is a student at the University of Oregon and the sister of a Dutch Bros. Salem employee. Steven Johnson Syndrome is a rare and serious disorder of the skin and usually starts as a reaction to medication or infection. It requires hospitalization and can take weeks to months to recover. 

“The family is really humbled by the support they are feeling from the community,” said Topher.

If you cannot get to Dutch Bros. that day and want to help Alicia, donations can be made at gofundme.com/alicia-osullivan.

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COOS BAY, Ore. - THE COMMUNITY SHOWS LOVE FOR TRENT

10/03/2014 -

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COOS BAY, Ore. (Oct. 1, 2014) – On Friday, Sept. 26, Dutch Bros. Coffee Coos Bay banded together with the community to show an incredible amount of support for Trent Messerle and his family and raised $4000 to offset medical expenses for Trent.

To raise funds Dutch Bros. Coos Bay donated $1 from every drink sold that day.

Trent Messerle, 26 had been battling Glioblastoma Multiforme since 2011. Unfortunately, the Saturday after the community rallied to support him, “he lost his battle on earth and won the war in heaven,” said Betsy Messerle, Trent’s Mother.

“We were happy to do what we could to help,” said Brad Young Dutch Bros. Coos Bay owner. “We sincerely hope that on his last day, he was aware that so many people cared about him.”

“The whole day, I had tears of joy,” said Betsy, referring to the Tea for Trent event.

“It was incredible how supportive the community was,” said Brad. “Cars were lined up and I was so moved by the support everyone showed Trent and his family.”

If you would still like to help Trent’s Family visit Never Surrender page for more information.

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OAKLEY, Calif. - Dutch Bros. Coffee Joins the Oakley Community

10/03/2014 -

Dutch Bros. CoffeeOAKLEY, Calif. (Oct. 3, 2014) – On Thursday, Oct. 9, Dutch Bros. Coffee is giving away free drinks all day, from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m., at its new Oakley location at 1092 Main Street.  

All 16-oz. drinks will be free, including specialty coffee, smoothies, freezes and our private label energy drink, Dutch Bros. Blue Rebel.

Locally owned and operated by Courtney Quinowski, this will be the first Dutch Bros. location in Oakley, California.

“I am so excited to open and join the Oakley community,” said franchisee, Courtney Quinowski. “I love that DB doesn’t feel like a large corporation. Everyone at headquarters is so welcoming. I want Dutch Bros. Oakley to feel like that to customers.”

The new location will be open 4:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and 4:30 a.m. to 11 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.

“This opportunity is one that I truly am so grateful for,” says Courtney. “The Oakley Dutch Bros. family is more than ready for Thursday, and we can’t wait to serve up a killer cups of coffee!”

Follow Dutch Bros. Oakley at facebook.com/oakleydb

SONOMA, Calif - Dutch Bros. Raises Over $3,000 for Local Teen

9/30/2014 -

 

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SONOMA, Calif. (September 30, 2014) - The weekend of, Sept. 26 through Sept. 28, Dutch Bros. CoffeeSonoma banded together with the community to raise $3184 to offset medical expenses for Mikey Seelye.

To raise funds Dutch Bros. Sonoma donated 100% of proceeds from all Strawberry Smoothies sold between September 26 to September 28, they also served as a donation site.

“We could not be more proud or grateful to be a part of this community,” said Mackenzie Shoemaker Dutch Bros. Sonoma operator. “People came out in droves to support Mikey and the Seelye family.”

“I cannot tell you how grateful we are as a family,” said Molly Fedorchak, Mikey’s Grandmother. “This community is so wonderful and I can’t believe people are so kind and generous.”

Mikey is cherished by many in Sonoma, and has recently been diagnosed with Stage 4 Hodgkins Lymphoma. He was diagnosed two weeks before the first football game of his senior year. He has taken an absence from school in order to undergo treatment. 

“We saw a constant stream of giving, love and support all weekend long,” said Mackenzie. “Mikey is a special kid and we feel very fortunate to get to be a part of his army in this battle.”

If you would still like to help Mikey and his family visit Help Mikey Fight the Fight.

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GRANTS PASS, Ore. - Dutch Bros. Coffee Thanks Customers on National Coffee Day

9/29/2014 -

Dutch Bros. Coffee VancouverGRANTS PASS, Ore. (September 25, 2014) - Devoted Dutch Bros. Coffee fans have made Dutch Bros. Coffee what it is today, with 232 locations and 22 years under its belt. Everyone at Dutch Bros. Coffee still loves the daily interactions with customers.

On National Coffee Day September 29th, 2014, Dutch Bros. will be thanking friends, fans and newcomers by offering discounted drinks at many of its 232 locations in seven states: Oregon, Washington, Idaho, California, Nevada, Arizona and Colorado.

“We’re in the relationship business, and coffee is what allows us to have those relationships,” said Travis Boersma, Co-founder Dutch Bros. Coffee.  

Because all Dutch Bros. locations are privately owned and operated, specials will vary by location. To find out what the appreciation special will be in your area, visit your local Dutch Bros. Facebook page or swing by a stand and ask a barista. Find a Dutch Bros. location near you by visiting www.dutchbros.com/locations

Dutch Bros. Coffee is known for giveaways and givebacks. Its signature grand opening gift of free coffee, smoothies, freezes and energy drinks for all is a favorite of Dutch Bros. fans. Dutch Bros. also does many giveback days throughout the year supporting numerous local organizations like Muscular Dystrophy Association, Boy & Girls Clubs, local food banks and local schools. 

Giveaways have been the cornerstone of the company’s marketing campaign since its foundation in 1992, when the Dutch brothers themselves got started by handing out free samples at their single espresso pushcart on the railroad tracks in Grants Pass, Ore.

To learn more about Dutch Bros., visit Dutch Bros. Coffeefacebook.com/dutchbros or DutchBros on Twitter.

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BEND, Ore. - Dutch Bros. Celebrates New Store with A Community Give-Back

9/25/2014 -

Dutch Bros. BendBEND, Ore. (Sep 25, 2014) – Locally owned and operated by Bill and Carol Smith, Dutch Bros. Coffee of Central Oregon is relocating the 62077 27th St. stand to a new location at 2155 NE Hwy 20, Bend.

On October 1, from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. all 16 oz. drinks will cost $1, including specialty coffee, smoothies, Freezes and our private-label energy drink Dutch Bros. Blue RebelTM. Proceeds will benefit Mountain View High School and Bend Senior High.

After nearly ten years of proudly serving coffee from their 27th St. location, Bill and Carol Smith are pleased to announce they will be moving to an expanded location that will accommodate not only drive thru traffic, but will also have a walk-in area.

“It has been ten incredible years at the 27th Street location and this next step is bittersweet. The neighborhood has been so great to us,” said Bill Smith, Dutch Bros. Central Oregon owner. “We are really excited about the new location, it will provide the same awesome Dutch Bros. drinks and service, but it’s larger and will allow us to grow.”

The new location at 2155 NE Hwy 20 will be one of the few Dutch Bros. Coffee locations with a walk-in area; accommodating our drive-thru customers and providing an opportunity for those who want to walk-in.

“We are so excited for this new season and all that comes with it,” continued Bill. “It’s going to be a fun experience having a coffee house. ”

“It’s new and different, being able to allow customers the opportunity to come in and order, rather than only get the drive-thru experience,” says Kaelyn Costa, Marketing Coordinator, Dutch Bros. Central Oregon. “We can’t wait to see all of our current customers and share the experience with them. We really look forward to getting to know some new people as well.”

Dutch Bros. Central Oregon had been a part of the Bend community for ten years and has supported numerous local causes. “We are so excited to be donating the proceeds from the give back day to the area high schools. We always welcome another way to be apart of the schools,” said Kaelyn. “Being able to support school while celebrating our new location feels incredible.”

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GRANTS PASS, Ore. - Dutch Bros. Coffee Celebrates National Coffee Day

9/25/2014 -

GRANTS PASS, Ore. (September 25, 2014) - Devoted Dutch Bros. Coffee fans have made Dutch Bros. Coffee what it is today, with 232 locations and 22 years under its belt. Everyone at Dutch Bros. Coffee still loves the daily interactions with customers.

On National Coffee Day September 29th, 2014, Dutch Bros. will be thanking its friends, fans and newcomers by offering discounted drinks at many of its 232 locations in seven states: Oregon, Washington, Idaho, California, Nevada, Arizona and Colorado. 

“We’re in the relationship business, and coffee is what allows us to have those relationships,” said Travis Boersma, Co-founder Dutch Bros. Coffee.  

Because all Dutch Bros. locations are privately owned and operated, specials will vary by location. To find out what the appreciation special will be in your area, visit your local Dutch Bros. Facebook page or swing by a stand and ask a barista. Find a Dutch Bros. location near you by visiting www.dutchbros.com/locations.

Dutch Bros. Coffee is known for giveaways and givebacks. Its signature grand opening gift of free coffee, smoothies, freezes and energy drinks for all is a favorite of Dutch Bros. fans. Dutch Bros. also does many giveback days throughout the year supporting numerous local organizations like Muscular Dystrophy Association, Boy & Girls Clubs, local food banks and local schools.

Giveaways have been the cornerstone of the company’s marketing campaign since its foundation in 1992, when the Dutch brothers themselves got started by handing out free samples at their single espresso pushcart on the railroad tracks in Grants Pass, Ore.

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GRANTS PASS, Ore. - Dutch Bros. Coffee Donating Proceeds From Breast Cancer Awareness Mug to Knight

9/25/2014 -

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GRANTS PASS, Ore. (Sept. 25, 2014) The month of October, National Breast Cancer Awareness month, Dutch Bros. Coffee will be selling “Be Aware” travel mugs and donating proceeds to OHSU’s Knight Cancer Institute.

Mugs cost $17 and include your Dutch Bros. drink of choice for free. For every mug sold, $5 will be donated while supplies last.

“We are super stoked to support the work of the Knight Cancer Institute,” said Travis Boersma, Co-Founder of Dutch Bros. Coffee. “My family, like so many, has been impacted by breast cancer. We are ecstatic about the progress and work of the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute.”

Oregon Health & Science University has revolutionized cancer treatment once and is poised to do it again by taking on the biggest unmet need in cancer treatment: finding smarter, foolproof ways to detect cancer early. OHSU’s Knight Cancer Institute has launched an unprecedented $1 billion effort to transform early detection and save countless lives.

The early detection initiative builds on Knight Cancer Institute Director Brian Druker, M.D.,’s pioneering research that changed the direction of cancer treatment from toxic, non-specific chemotherapies to highly targeted drugs that zero in on cancer without harming healthy cells. He spearheaded this paradigm shift by contributing to the development of Gleevec®, a targeted treatment for chronic myeloid leukemia, turning a previously lethal cancer into a manageable disease.

The $1 billion Knight Cancer Challenge was launched in 2013 after Nike Co-founder Phil Knight and his wife, Penny, pledged $500 million for cancer research if OHSU raised an equal amount by February 2016. The $1 billion investment will allow the Knight Cancer Institute to hire 20 to 30 top scientists and their teams to collaborate on improving methods to identify cancer at its earliest and most curable stage, and to move the most promising new detection methods and treatments from the laboratory to clinical trials as quickly as possible.

All Dutch Bros. locations in seven states will be participating. To find a Dutch Bros. near you, visit www.dutchbros.com/locations.

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SONOMA, Calif. - Smoothies for Seelye

9/25/2014 -

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SONOMA, Calif. (September 23, 2014) - For the entire weekend, Sept. 26 through Sept. 28,Dutch Bros. Coffee of Sonoma, California will be donating 100% of proceeds from all Strawberry Smoothies sold to help offset medical expenses for Mikey Seelye.  

Mikey is well known and cherished by many in Sonoma, and has recently been diagnosed with Stage 4 Hodgkins Lymphoma. He was diagnosed two weeks before the first football game of his senior year. He has taken an absence from school in order to undergo treatment. 

“He is young, strong and a fighter and he will get through this with the love and support from all the wonderful people who surround him,” stated a close family friend of Mikey.

“Mikey loves getting his Dutch Bros. Strawberry Smoothie,” says Mackenzie Shoemaker, Dutch Bros. of Sonoma operator. “In honor on Mikey, swing by and get one for yourself and help out an awesome kid.”

The community has really rallied around Mikey and his family. The support for Mikey has come in many ways, from his Principal shaving her head in solidarity, to setting up a fundraising site to support his family, the community is helping.

"Our Dutch family is honored to have the opportunity to help the Seelye family,” said Joey Shoemaker. “A lot of our employees have a personal connection with Mikey and his family, and are passionate about helping them fight this thing. We can't wait to see him back out on the football field, drinking those strawberry smoothies very soon!"

If you cannot get to Dutch Bros. between September 26 and 28 donations can be made to support Mikey at Help Mikey Fight the Fight.

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COOS BAY, Ore. - Tea For Trent

9/18/2014 -

COOS BAY, Ore. (September 11, 2014)- Dutch Bros. Coffee of Coos Bay, Oregon is donating $1 from every Iced Tea sold on Friday September 26 from 5 a.m. – 11 p.m. All proceeds will help offset any medical expenses for Trent Messerle.

Trent Messerle, twenty-six, was first diagnosed with Glioblastoma Multiforme in 2011. Glioblastoma Multiforme (GBM) is classified as a grade IV astrocytoma, simply referred to as a rapidly growing brain tumor.

“I’m grateful for the opportunity to help such an inspiring family,” says Brad Young, Dutch Bros. Coos Bay owner. “We hope to help as Trent and his family look to a new treatment.”

For Trent and his parents, Betsy and Fred Messerle, this has been a long road, but they continue to keep their faith. Trent has recently undergone 18 treatments of Radiation. As a result, the tumors have shrunk in size, which is a positive indicator. Every three months Trent will have an MRI to track progress. 

Trent has lost some of his eyesight, as well as coordination on his right side. “He’s trying so hard to come back,” Betsy says with hope. “His will is strong.”

“I wish everybody had the chance to meet Trent,” said Betsy. “Not because I’m his mom, but because I’m simply in awe of his strength.”

“We are always inspired by someone working so hard to recover and move forward,” said Brad. “Trent is an inspiration.”

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LAGRANDE, Ore. - DUTCH BROS. COFFEE MATCHING DONATIONS FOR EMPLOYEE MEDICAL BILLS

9/17/2014 -

LAGRANDE, Ore. (September 10, 2014) – Dutch Bros. Coffee of La Grande, Oregon is matching gifts made to offset employee Cami Claycomb’s medical expenses.

Cami Claycomb, twenty-seven, was in a head-on collision on September 6. Cami remains in a medically induced coma atSt. Alphonsus Regional Medical Center in Boise, ID. Cami is expected to remain in a coma for five to two weeks.

“At Dutch Bros., all of our employees are family, and we are so worried about Cami,” said Angela Lee. “We are all pulling for her and want to help in any way we can.”

Dutch Bros. LaGrande owners, Marc and Angela Lee, are currently matching gifts dollar for dollar in support of Cami’s medical care. An account to receive gifts for Cami’s medical expenses has been set up and gifts can be accepted at any Banner Bank location.

Gifts for Cami’s medical expenses can also be made through Dutch Bros. stands.

About Dutch Bros. Northeast Oregon
Locally owned and operated by husband-and-wife team Marc and Angela Lee, the first Northeast Oregon Dutch Bros. opened in La Grande in April 2007.

“I wanted the American Dream of being a business owner,” says Marc, who previously enjoyed working for Pepsi for 17 years. 

Marc and Angela were drawn to Dutch Bros. by its optimism and energetic atmosphere. “It’s a little bit of a bright spot that gets people over the hurdles of the day,” says Marc.

They particularly like to get involved with youth programs, as they have three kids themselves: Kaden, Mauri, and Tanner.

Dutch Bros. Northeast Oregon employs 20 employees, many of whom are currently attending Eastern Oregon University.

Follow Dutch Bros. La Grande at: Dutch-Bros-Coffee-of-La-Grande-Oregon

Follow Dutch Bros. Hermiston at: DutchBrosCoffeeHermiston



VANCOUVER, Wash. - Dutch Bros. Coffee Raises Over $3,500 for Columbia River High School

9/09/2014 -

Dutch Bros. Coffee VancouverVANCOUVER, Wash. (Sept. 9, 2014) – On Thursday, Sept. 4, Dutch Bros. Coffee opened a new location at 9913 NE Hazel Dell Ave. and raised $3,532 for Columbia River High School.

To raise funds, Dutch Bros. Coffee sold drinks for $1 with proceeds supporting academic programs through the Columbia River High School Booster Club. These funds will primarily support the A.V.I.D. program, which provides college prep for first-generation, college-bound students.

“We couldn’t ask for a better community partner than Dutch Bros. and Kenny,” said Alex Otoupal, Columbia River High School, Principal. “His enthusiasm for our community and students will impact generations, and we are so thankful.”

“We are so excited to open store three in Vancouver,” said Kenny Stromer, Dutch Bros. Vancouver owner. “Partnering with CRHS is the beginning of what I hope is a great long-term relationship.”

The new location will be open 5 a.m. to 10 p.m., Sunday through Thursday and 5 a.m. to 11 p.m., Friday and Saturday. 

To see the original release, visit dutch-bros-third-vancouver-location.


TRI-CITIES, Wash. - Dutch Bros. Coffee Raises Over $5,300 for School Supplies

9/05/2014 -

Dutch Bros. PascoRICHLAND/PASCO, Wash. (Sept. 4, 2014) —Dutch Bros. Coffee of Richland and Pasco banded together with the community to raise $5,350 for school supplies.

The the six locations throughout Kennewick, Pasco and Richland Dutch Bros. donated $1 of every drink sold to purchase school supplies for Kennewick, Pasco and Richland school districts.

“Once again, huge high five to our Dutch family in the Tri Cities,” said Brad Barnes, Dutch Bros. Pasco owner.  “All our friends came to the plate and knocked it out of the park again.  We can't wait to see how full we can stuff the vans with school supplies to start kids out on the road to success.”

“The first day of school is so exciting and we want every kid to have what they need,” said Nate Frary, Dutch Bros. Kennewick owner.

To see the original release visit, School Supplies for Students.


BEND, Ore. - Dutch Bros. Coffee Raises Over $1,100 for Humane Society

9/04/2014 -

Dutch Bros. Central OregonBEND, Ore. (Sept. 4, 2014) — On Thursday, August 28, the eight Dutch Bros. Coffee locations in Bend, Redmond and Sisters banded together to celebrate the Dog Days of Summer and donate $1149 to support the Humane Society of Central Oregon.

To raise funds, Dutch Bros. Central Oregon donated $1 from every large drink sold that day to support the Humane Society of Central Oregon.

“We were so thrilled to be able to work with and support the Humane Society,” said Kaelyn Costa, Marketing Director of Dutch Bros. Central Oregon.

Humane Society of Central Oregon cares for abandoned, stray, neglected and abused animals.  They work hard to place all adoptable animals in good forever homes.  The Humane Society of Central Oregon changes the lives of the over 3,000 animals cared for every year.

“We live in a city that is so dog-friendly, that sometimes we forget there are still so many animals here that need a forever home,” said Kaelyn. “The Humane Society helps give those animals a voice. We are so happy to be a part of that.”

To see the original release visit, Dog Dayz of Summer.


COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - Dutch Bros. Colorado Springs raises $13,000 for Luna’s Family

9/04/2014 -

Dutch Bros. Colorado Springs

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (Sept. 4, 2014) — On Tuesday, Aug. 19, all four Colorado Springs Dutch Bros. Coffee locations banded together with the community to raise $13,000 to support baby Luna’s family. 

 

To raise funds, Dutch Bros. donated $2 from the sale of every drink sold. They also offered everyone who purchased a large drink that day a loyalty card filled with nine of the ten stamps so they can enjoy a free drink from Dutch Bros. on a future visit.

“This has been incredible,” said Jessica DePoy, Luna’s mom. “We feel so much better for the support. I can’t say enough about this experience and everyone with Dutch Bros.”

Luna was born with a heart condition called atrioventricular canal defect, a combination of abnormalities present at birth that impact the function of the chambers of the heart and blood flow. 

On July 10, Luna underwent major surgery to repair the defect. She’s now 5 months old and according to her parents, she is doing well and recovering quickly. 

 “We can empathize with what Luna’s family is going through,” said Travis Pickern, Dutch Bros. Colorado Springs owner.  “We are happy to be able to help and show them the community cares about them.”

 

To see the original release visit, luv-for-luna.


PHEONIX, Ariz. - Dutch Bros. Coffee Raises Over $23,000 for Ryan House

9/04/2014 -

Rockin' at Ryan HousePHOENIX, Ariz. (Sept. 4, 2014) — Over the course of ten days in August, all sixteen Arizona Dutch Bros. Coffee locations banded together with the community to raise $23,907 for Ryan House.  

The funds will support their mission of providing respite and palliative care to children with life-threatening conditions and, as needed, end-of-life care.

To raise funds Dutch Bros. donated $1 from the sale of every Dutch Frost sold between, Aug. 21 and Aug. 31.  In addition, the Dutch Bros. locations also accepted donations for Ryan House.

“This has been Dutch Bros. of Arizona’s largest donation yet,” said Jim Thompson, Dutch Bros. Phoenix-area owner. “All the employees loved assisting these children and their families in serious need. Giving back to our communities and spreading the Dutch Love is what Dutch Bros. does best.”

“There is nothing more important to us, and to the community, than these little kids and we want to help in any way we can,” said Caleb Berkey, Dutch Bros. West Valley owner. “It’s humbling.”

“We are so grateful to Dutch Bros. Coffee’s owners, employees and