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.”
LEBANON, 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.
MERIDIAN, 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.
GRANITE 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.