FRESNO, 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.
SPOKANE, 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.
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, DutchBros 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 DutchBros Franchisees, crews and community members.”
On April 30, all 15 DutchBros 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.
CHICO, 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!”