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Dutch Bros Colorado Springs Celebrates New Location With Free 16-Ounce Drinks

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (Dec. 15, 2017) – On Thursday, Dec. 21, Dutch Bros Colorado Springs will celebrate its newest location at 4320 Austin Bluffs Pkwy, with free 16-ounce drinks.

On the day of the grand opening, the new Dutch Bros location at Austin Bluffs Pkwy, will offer free 16-ounce drinks between 5 a.m. and 11 p.m. Drinks offered include specialty coffee, smoothies, teas, freezes, and Dutch Bros private-label energy drink, Dutch Bros Blue Rebel™.

"I’m very excited to open our new location on Austin Bluffs,” said Mason Smith, owner of Dutch Bros North Colorado Springs. “We can't wait to connect with the neighboring community."

This new Dutch Bros location will be open daily from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m.  You can find Dutch Bros North Colorado Springs on Facebook at www.facebook.com/DutchBrosColoradoSpringsCO and Instagram @dutchbrosnorthcoloradosprings.

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

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Dutch Bros Recognized in Top 10 of Oregon’s Most Admired Companies

GRANTS PASS, Ore. (Dec. 15, 2017) – On Thursday, Dec. 14, Dutch Bros Coffee was recognized in the Portland Business Journal’s list of the top 10 Most Admired Companies in Oregon, for 2017.

Dutch Bros was acknowledged for its accomplishments in the Food & Beverage Producers and Agriculture category. Each year an extensive survey of CEO’s across Oregon identifies the companies most admired in nine different areas.

The official ranking of companies was revealed at the Oregon’s Most Admired Companies event on Thursday, Dec. 14. The award is a tremendous tribute to the accomplishments of Dutch Bros’ culture and people.

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Dutch Bros Prescott Valley Raising Funds for Meals on Wheels

PRESCOTT VALLEY, Ariz. (Dec. 12, 2017) – On Friday, Dec. 15, Dutch Bros Prescott Valley located at 5963 E. State Rt. 69, will donate $1 from every drink sold to Prescott Meals on Wheels, a local organization dedicated to providing meals to seniors and individuals with disabilities.  

Prescott Meals on Wheels has been serving the community since 1973. With outstanding volunteers and donations they are able to provide more than 200 hot meals to homebound seniors and individuals with disabilities daily.

“We are excited to be teaming up with such an amazing organization at this special time of year,” said Jazmin Evenson, owner of Dutch Bros Prescott Valley. “It’s an honor to be able to give back to the Prescott Meals on Wheels, further allowing them to support individuals in our community.”

On Friday, Dec. 15, Dutch Bros Prescott Valley will donate $1 from every drink sold to Prescott Meals on Wheels. The funds raised will directly benefit the Prescott Meals on Wheels program as they continue their efforts in supporting the local community.

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Dutch Bros Fairfield to Collect Toys for Tots

FAIRFIELD, Calif. (Dec. 7, 2017) – On Monday, Dec. 11, Dutch Bros Fairfield is collecting toys for the Marine Corps’ “Toys for Tots” program. In addition, they will offer customers a nine-stamp loyalty card for every new, unwrapped toy donated.

The mission of the Toys for Tots program is to collect new, unwrapped toys from October through December each year, and distribute those toys as gifts to needy children for Christmas. The toys will be provided to staff and volunteers who distribute them to children throughout Fairfield and Solano County.

“We are passionate about working with our community and giving back,” said Kayleigh Slover, owner of Dutch Bros Fairfield. “Together we can make this holiday season brighter for the children of Solano County.”

On Monday, Dec. 11, the Dutch Bros located at 1420 W. Texas St. will collect new, unwrapped toys to benefit the Toys for Tots program. In addition, they will offer a nine-stamp loyalty card for every new toy donated as a thank you for their community’s support.

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

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Dutch Bros Klamath Falls Raises More Than $2,500 for St. Baldrick’s Foundation

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. (Dec. 5, 2017) – On Tuesday, Nov. 28, Dutch Bros Klamath Falls locations raised more than $2,500 for St. Baldrick’s Foundation, a volunteer based charity that funds research in finding cures for childhood cancers.

“Working with St. Baldrick’s is always a pleasure; it’s such a wonderful organization,” said Kristen Von Tersch, owner of Dutch Bros Klamath Falls. “Our baristas and our community are always pulling together for a good cause. With cancer impacting so many lives, we are thankful to have the opportunity to help.”

St. Baldrick’s Foundation has been filling the funding gap in childhood cancer since 2000. Each year they award over 370 grants to various laboratory and clinical research institutions, in the hopes of making clinical trials available to as many children battling cancer as possible.

On Tuesday, Nov. 28, Dutch Bros Klamath Falls donated $1 from every drink sold to St. Baldrick’s Foundation, as they continue to research to find cures for childhood cancers.

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Dutch Bros Brookings Raises More Than $2,000 for Katelyn’s Cause

BROOKINGS, Ore. (Nov. 29, 2017) – On Friday, Nov. 24, Dutch Bros Brookings raised more than $2,000 for Katelyn’s Cause, a local nonprofit that brings gifts to children receiving cancer treatment at Doernbecher Children’s Hospital.

“Thank you so much to the community of Brookings for coming out to support Katelyn’s Cause.  Katelyn’s Cause will use 100% of the money raised to purchase gifts for Doernbecher Children’s Hospital, in hope of bringing more smiles and happiness to those children this holiday season,” said Tony Jantzer, owner of Dutch Bros Brookings.

Chis and Molly Wallace founded Katelyn’s Cause after losing their daughter Katelyn in 2008 to synovial sarcoma, at the age of 17. Chris and Molly, along with Tony and Tasha Jantzer, will be at Doernbecher’s Hospital this week, bringing toys and gear to the children battling cancer there.

“Dutch Bros Brookings could not have been more honored to support this amazing cause, which truly represents what the holiday season is all about. Thank you to the Wallace family for making this possible and for their continued support of the children,” said Tony.

On Friday Nov. 24, the Brookings Dutch Bros located at 747 Chetco Ave., donated $1 from each drink sold to Katelyn’s Cause. The funds raised went directly to purchasing gifts for children receiving cancer treatment at Doernbecher Children’s Hospital in Portland, Ore.  

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Dutch Bros Rocklin Raises $4,800 for Local Teen in Need of a Kidney Transplant

ROCKLIN, Calif. (Nov. 29, 2017) – On Sunday, Nov. 19, Dutch Bros Rocklin raised more than $4,800 for Emily Cook, a local teen in need of a kidney transplant. Emily’s Mother Janisce, a teacher in the Rocklin community for many years recently passed away from cancer.

“With the loss of Janisce recently, and right before the holidays, we are so moved seeing the community come out in such a huge way in support of Emily and Jim during this difficult and heartbreaking time,” said Jeremy Mauel, owner of Dutch Bros Rocklin. “As teachers, we know that the Cooks have made a great impact on a lot of lives in this area, and we are grateful we had the opportunity to help them in some way.”

Emily has battled Juvenile Idiopathic Polyarticular Arthritis for more than half of her life. Four years ago, Emily developed Wegener’s Disease, an autoimmune disease that causes her immune cells to attack blood vessels, resulting in inflammation. By the time her disease was caught, she had lost more than half of her kidney function, resulting in the need for her to receive a transplant.

Dutch Bros Rocklin, located at 3450 Sunset Blvd., donated the proceeds from each drink sold on Sunday Nov. 19 to Emily Cook. Funds directly offset medical expenses, as Emily continues to battle her disease and seek out a kidney transplant. The Cook family is expecting the cost of her kidney transplant to exceed their medical coverage. They are hoping to raise the money by the time her transplant becomes available and she is able to schedule a surgery.

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Dutch Bros Sacramento Raises $1,850 for the Sacramento Sheriff K9 Association

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (Nov. 27, 2017) – On Sunday, Nov. 19, the Dutch Bros Sacramento location at 5289 Auburn Blvd. hosted “Coffee with a K9” and raised $1,850 for the Sacramento Sheriff K9 Association.

 

“It was an honor to partner with our furry officers,” said Nikol Grubbs, owner of Dutch Bros Sacramento. “The community loved hanging out with the dogs and their handlers, and we can’t wait to do it again next year.”

 

The mission of the Sacramento Sheriff K9 Association is to provide active K9 teams with necessary protective equipment, care for retired K9 partners, education for the public on police service dogs, and services for K9’s when they pass away.

 

To raise funds, the Dutch Bros Sacramento location at Auburn Blvd. donated $1 from every drink sold on Nov. 19 to the Sacramento Sheriff K9 Association. The SSDK9 teams were onsite to meet with the community and raised an additional $2,700 from calendar and t-shirt sales to equip and provide care for K9 police service dogs as they work side by side with our community’s police officers.

 

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Dutch Bros Kennewick Celebrates New Location With Free 16-Ounce Drinks

KENNEWICK, Wash. (Nov. 22, 2017) – On Wednesday, Nov. 29, Dutch Bros Kennewick will celebrate its newest location at 3918 Clearwater Ave., with free 16-ounce drinks.

“We are so excited to open our new location here in Kennewick,” said Jake Daniels, Operator of Dutch Bros Kennewick. “This community has taken amazing care of us and we are excited to have the opportunity to return the favor with another location.”

On the day of the grand opening, the new Kennewick Dutch Bros will offer free 16-ounce drinks between 5 a.m. on Nov.29 and 5 a.m. on Nov.30. Drinks offered include specialty coffee, smoothies, teas, freezes, and Dutch Bros private-label energy drink, Dutch Bros Blue Rebel™.

This new Dutch Bros location will be open 24 hours. You can find Dutch Bros Kennewick on Facebook and Instagram @DutchBrosKennewick

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

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Dutch Bros Greater Phoenix Raises More Than $17,000 for St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance

PHOENIX, Ariz. (Nov. 22, 2017) – On Tuesday, Nov. 14, all Dutch Bros locations in Phoenix, Peoria, Goodyear and Surprise donated a portion of the proceeds from each drink sold, and raised $17,122 for the St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance.

“We are so grateful for the tremendous support shown for St. Mary’s cause by all of our fans, and quite frankly, we couldn’t have done it without you,” said Josh Hayes, General Manager of Dutch Bros Phoenix. Thank you for helping put food on the tables of so many hungry individuals in the Phoenix area for the upcoming holiday.

The St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance is the world’s first food bank; started in 1967 by John van Hengel in Phoenix. In 2017 they celebrate their 50th anniversary, and also the one-billionth meal distributed. Each year they provide enough food for more than 250,000 meals a day to the hungry in Arizona.

A portion of the proceeds from each drink sold at Dutch Bros Phoenix, Peoria, Goodyear, Gilbert and Surprise locations on Tuesday Nov. 14 was donated to the St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance. The funds will directly benefit St. Mary’s Thanksgiving Fund Drive, which provides holiday meals for children, families and seniors throughout the Phoenix Area.

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Dutch Bros Fresno Raises More Than $1,500 to Feed Families in Need on Thanksgiving

FRESNO, Calif. (Nov. 21, 2017) – On Tuesday, Nov. 14 Dutch Bros Fresno raised more than $1,500, and donated 170 Thanksgiving meal boxes to assist in feeding individuals and families in need at the Poverello House, Marjaree Mason Center, and the Fresno Rescue Mission.

“We want to thank everyone that came out to support this event,” said Genesis Wilson, owner of Dutch Bros Fresno. “Assisting our community in coming together to help those in need is something we find deeply impacting and is important to us.”

The event supplied 170 Thanksgiving dinner boxes at the Poverello House and the Marjaree Mason Center, and $1,500 was donated to help cover the cost of meals that will be served at the Fresno Rescue Mission.

Dutch Bros Fresno donated $1 from each drink sold on Nov. 14 to provide for holiday meals for individuals and families in need in the Fresno area at the Poverello House, Marjaree Mason Center, and the Fresno Rescue Mission.

 

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Dutch Bros Fresno Raises More Than $10,000 for Central Valley Veterans Honor Flight

FRESNO, Calif. (Nov. 21, 2017) – On Saturday, Nov. 11, Dutch Bros Fresno celebrated Veterans Day by donating $1 from every drink sold and raising $10,080 for the Central Valley Honor Flight, a local organization that sends World War II and Korean War veterans to see their memorials in Washington D.C.

“The Central Valley Honor Flight is an amazing organization, we are so excited to be able to partner with them,” said Genesis Wilson, owner of Dutch Bros Fresno. “Our veterans have sacrificed so much for all of us, it’s really an honor to be able to help do something special for them.”

The Central Valley Honor Flight is a local nonprofit that sends World War II and Korean War veterans to Washington D.C. The CVHF pays for airfare, food, lodging and transportation, so that the veterans are able to focus on seeing the monuments erected in honor of their respective service in each war. 

On Saturday Nov. 11, in honor of Veterans Day, Dutch Bros Fresno raised $10,080 for the Central Valley Honor Flight. 100% of the proceeds donated will go directly to the cost of sending WWII and Korean War veterans to Washington D.C., commemorating their sacrifices and honoring their service.

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Dutch Bros Raises More Than $1,100 for Lacey Veterans Services Hub

LACEY, Wash. (Nov. 20, 2017) – On Saturday, Nov. 11, Dutch Bros Lacey celebrated Veterans Day by raising $1,180 for the Lacey Veterans Services Hub, a local nonprofit serving veterans and their families in Thurston County.

LVSH provides a wide range of support and education services for veterans in and around Thurston County, including VA medical benefit assistance and career support servies.

On Saturday Nov. 11, in honor of Veterans Day, Dutch Bros raised $1,180 for the Lacey Veterans Services Hub. The funds raised will directly support LVSH as they continue to provide resources to veterans and their families throughout Thurston County.

To Find a Dutch Bros near you visit www.dutchbros.com/locations.

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Dutch Bros Brookings Raising Funds for Katelyn’s Cause

BROOKINGS, Ore. (Nov. 20, 2017) – On Friday, Nov. 24, the Brookings Dutch Bros located at 747 Chetco Ave., will donate $1 from each drink sold to Katelyn’s Cause, a local nonprofit that brings gifts to children receiving cancer treatment at Doernbecher Children’s Hospital.

In 2008, Katelyn Wallace passed away from synovial sarcoma at the age of 17. Her wish was to start a program that would bring smiles to cancer patients at Doernbecher. Katelyn’s parents, Chris and Molly Wallace, started Katelyn’s Cause soon after she passed away. To date they have raised over $100,000 and 100% of the proceeds go to purchasing gifts for children battling cancer. Not only does Katelyn’s Cause provide gifts for those children at Christmas, but they also supply gifts throughout the year, sometimes even on the day a child is diagnosed.

“We are so excited to be able to dedicate a day to Katelyn’s Cause. Chris and Molly Wallace have brought so many smiles to the children at Doernbechers in honor of their daughter,” said Tony Jantzer, owner of Dutch Bros Brookings. “We couldn’t think of a better way to show appreciation than through Katelyn’s Cause, which defines what this season of giving is all about.”

On Friday Nov. 24, the Brookings Dutch Bros located at 747 Chetco Ave., will donate $1 from each drink sold to Katelyn’s Cause. The proceeds will go directly to purchasing gifts for children receiving cancer treatment at Doernbecher Children’s Hospital in Portland, Ore.  

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

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Dutch Bros Prescott Valley Serves Breakfast at “Honor the Heroes” Event

PRESCOTT VALLEY, Ariz. (Nov. 15, 2017) On Thursday, Nov. 9, Dutch Bros Prescott Valley employees served coffee, hot chocolate, and a pancake breakfast to approximately 80 veterans during the “Honor the Heroes” event at the Stoneridge Community Center.

 

“It is an extreme honor to serve our local veterans,” said Jazmin Evenson, owner of Dutch Bros Prescott Valley. “We are so grateful to be invited and a part of this amazing local event.”

 

Working the “Honor the Heroes” event provided Dutch Bros Prescott Valley employees an opportunity to honor local veterans while serving their community.

 

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

 

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Dutch Bros Rocklin Raises Funds for Local Teen in Need of Kidney Transplant

ROCKLIN, Calif. (Nov. 15 2017) – On Sunday, Nov. 19, Dutch Bros Rocklin will donate proceeds from each drink sold to Emily Cook, a local teen in need of a kidney transplant.

Emily is a 14 year old Rocklin native that has battled Juvenile Idiopathic Polyarticular Arthritis for more than half of her life. Four years ago, in the summer of 2013, Emily developed Wegener’s Disease, an autoimmune disease that causes her immune cells to attack blood vessels, resulting in inflammation. By the time her disease was caught, she had lost more than half of her kidney function.

During the time of Emily’s diagnosis, her mother Janice was diagnosed with cancer. Despite battling cancer, Janice’s sole concern is her daughter’s health. Both of Emily’s parents are school teachers in Rocklin; however, Janice has had to take time off to focus on her health and Emily’s father, Jim, needs to stay home to take care of Emily and Janice.

“The community of Rocklin has asked us to support the beloved Cook family.  We will be raising money for their 14 year old daughter, Emily, for her medical expenses,” said Jeremy Mauel, owner of Dutch Bros Rocklin. We want to show the Cook family that Rocklin loves and supports them!  We want to bring this special family some hope during this difficult time.”

Dutch Bros Rocklin, located at 3450 Sunset Blvd., will donate proceeds from each drink sold on Sunday Nov. 19 to Emily Cook. Funds directly offset medical expenses, as Emily continues to battle her disease and seek out a kidney transplant. The Cook family is expecting the cost of her kidney transplant to exceed their medical coverage. They are hoping to raise the money by the time her transplant becomes available and she is able to schedule a surgery.

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Dutch Bros Sacramento to Raise Funds for the Sacramento Sheriff K9 Association

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (Nov. 15, 2017) – On Sunday, Nov. 19, the Dutch Bros Sacramento location at 5289 Auburn Blvd. will host a “Coffee with a K9” event, and donate $1 from every drink sold to the Sacramento Sheriff K9 Association.

 

The mission of the Sacramento Sheriff K9 Association is to provide active K9 teams with necessary protective equipment, care for retired K9 partners, education for the public on police service dogs, and services for K9’s when they pass away.

 

“We are excited to support our Sacramento Sheriff K9 Association,” said Nikol Grubbs, owner of Dutch Bros Sacramento. “It’s our first year hosting ‘Coffee with a K9’ and we can’t wait. We love our furry officers and hope to make them safer with new equipment and provide services for when they retire.”

 

To promote the event, the SSDK9 teams will be onsite at the 5289 Auburn Blvd., Dutch Bros location from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., to meet with the community and sell calendars. Donation jars will also be available for anyone wishing to provide additional support.

 

On Sunday, Nov. 19, the Dutch Bros Sacramento location at Auburn Blvd. will host “Coffee with a K9” from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., and donate $1 from every drink sold to the Sacramento Sheriff K9 Association, as they continue to provide for and protect our K9 police service dogs.

 

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

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Brant Boersma Announced as 2017's Top Emerging Leader in Southern Oregon

GRANTS PASS, Ore. (Nov. 10, 2017) – Brant Boersma was recently announced as 2017's Top Emerging Leader in Southern Oregon.

 

The “Emerging Leader Philanthropic Challenge” honors individuals and student leaders, younger than 40, who are leaving an imprint on our community through their professional and philanthropic efforts, while generating support for a worthy cause.

 

Oldest son of Dutch Bros co-founder, Dane Boersma, Brant began shadowing his father as soon as he could. He now carries on the tradition of providing the loving wisdom his dad gave so freely.

 

Brant has always said, “my Dad was a father to many, I was just lucky enough to spend the most time with him.”

 

Currently, he holds the position of Dutch Bros’ Chief Culture Officer where he strengthens the foundation upon which Dutch Bros culture is built. 

 

Brant was recently chosen as the 2017 Top Emerging Leader by members of the community, based on his commitment to making the region a better and safer place to live, as well as his strong work ethic and high professional standards.

Dutch Bros Donates $220,000 to Support Breast Cancer Advancements

GRANTS PASS, Ore. (Nov. 9, 2017) – In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, all Dutch Bros locations partnered with their communities to raise $220,000 for the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute and Albie Aware in support of the advancement of breast cancer research and services for patients. 

“We’re stoked to be able to contribute to the continued research and services that these wonderful organizations provide,” said Travis Boersma, Co-founder Dutch Bros Coffee.

During the entire month of October, Dutch Bros locations donated $5 from the sale of each specialty “Be Aware” travel mug to raise funds. The sales were in conjunction with Breast Cancer Awareness month, and each purchase provided an opportunity to increase awareness of this disease and its impact on those fighting it.

“We’d like to thank Dutch Bros and the Dutch Bros community for their continued support of our effort to fight breast cancer,” said Arpana Naik, M.D., associate professor for surgery in the OHSU School of Medicine and breast surgical oncologist for the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute. “Raising over $200,000 in just one month is an impressive feat, and those dollars will support the research and treatment underway here to make a difference for our patients across the state affected by this disease.”

Dutch Bros locations across seven states raised $203,800 for the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute. The funds donated will support their research into treatment and preventative methods for breast cancer detection. They take an individual, personalized approach with each patient’s care, utilizing cutting-edge technologies, including DNA specific drugs and radiation therapies.

Dutch Bros locations in Sacramento raised $16,200 for Albie Aware, a local non-profit organization that works to bring awareness, while also focusing on support services for breast cancer patients. Funds raised will directly benefit Albie Aware as they provide life-saving education, testing, patient advocacy and compassionate care for individuals facing or fighting breast cancer.

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Dutch Bros Fresno to Raise Funds to Feed Individuals in Need on Thanksgiving

FRESNO, Calif. (Nov. 9 2017) – On Tuesday, Nov. 14, Dutch Bros Fresno will donate $1 from each drink sold to assist in feeding individuals and families in need on Thanksgiving at the Poverello House, Marjaree Mason Center, and the Fresno Rescue Mission.

Funds will be utilized to purchase food for dinner boxes for the Poverello House and the Marjaree Mason Center. Proceeds from the giveback will also be donated to the Fresno Rescue Mission to cover the cost of more than 600 meals that will be served at their Thanksgiving Luncheon.

The Poverello House seeks to enrich lives by serving three hot meals 365 days a year to anyone in need, resulting in 1,200 to 1,600 meals a day. They also support various agencies and programs in the city with offsite meals and emergency food bags. The Marjaree Mason Center provides emergency and long-term support and housing for victims of domestic violence in Fresno County. The Fresno Rescue Mission is dedicated to assisting hurting and homeless people in the community by meeting immediate and basic needs, while also offering programs for life-changing long-term support.

“We are so grateful and thankful for our community and love to take this opportunity to donate to those who may need help during Thanksgiving,” said Genesis Wilson, owner of Dutch Bros Fresno. “This will be our fourth year creating dinner boxes and donating food and it is awesome to have this giveback grow as our business in Fresno has grown.”

On Nov. 14, Dutch Bros Fresno will donate $1 from each drink sold to provide holiday meals for individuals and families in the Fresno area. Three different organizations will be the recipients of the funds; the Poverello House, the Marjaree Mason Center, and the Fresno Rescue Mission.

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

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Dutch Bros Fairfield to Collect Coats for Kids

FAIRFIELD, Calif. (Nov. 9, 2017) – On Monday, Nov. 13, Dutch Bros Fairfield, in partnership with Fairfield Community Services Foundation’s Fun on the Run and the Fairfield Fire Department, is collecting coats for local youth, ages four to 15 years. They will accept new coats, with tags. In return will offer customers a nine-stamp loyalty card for every new coat.

The Fairfield Community Services Foundation Fun on the Run program is staffed with committed volunteers looking to improve the quality of life for children living in low-income areas. The Fairfield Fire Department regularly supports and promotes their efforts to serve the community and assist those most in need. There are many children who wouldn't have a warm coat for the winter were it not for this program and the support of the community.

“We are honored to be partnering with amazing organizations to give back to youth in our community,” said Kayleigh Slover, owner of Dutch Bros Fairfield. “Children are our future, and we are lucky to work together with our community to ensure those in need stay warm this winter.”

On Monday, Nov. 13, the Dutch Bros located at 1420 W. Texas St. will collect new coats, with tags, to benefit the Fairfield Community Services Foundation’s Fun on the Run coat drive program. In addition, they will offer a nine-stamp loyalty card for every new coat donated as a thank you for their community’s support.

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

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Dutch Bros Celebrates Veterans Day by Raising Funds for Lacey Veterans Services Hub

LACEY, Wash. (Nov. 8, 2017) – On Saturday, Nov. 11, Dutch Bros Lacey will celebrate Veterans Day by donating the day’s proceeds to Lacey Veterans Services Hub, a local nonprofit serving veterans and their families in Thurston County.

Lacey Veterans Services Hub serves veterans and their families from, in and around Thurston County. LVSH provides VA claims and medical eligibility education, counseling, peer to peer support, housing and financial assistance. They also provide employment training and job readiness assistance, including interviewing skills training and resume building.

On Saturday Nov. 11, in honor of Veterans Day, Dutch Bros Lacey will donate all proceeds to the Lacey Veterans Services Hub. Funds will directly support LVSH as they continue to provide resources to veterans and their families throughout Thurston County.

"Veterans are in simple words, heroes. They are the heroes of this great nation we are all privileged to call home," said Carrie Wall, owner of Dutch Bros Lacey. "Donating to an organization that's sole purpose is to help the Veterans in our county, from job resources to housing and financial assistance is the very least we can do to show them how much we appreciate what they've done for us."

To Find a Dutch Bros near you visit www.dutchbros.com/locations.

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Dutch Bros Greater Phoenix Raises Turkey Money for St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance

PHOENIX, Ariz. (Nov. 8, 2017) – On Tuesday, Nov. 14, all Dutch Bros locations in Phoenix, Peoria, Goodyear and Surprise will donate a portion of the proceeds from each drink sold to the St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance.
The St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance is a nonprofit organization that focuses on alleviating hunger in their community. Last year they were able to donate over 12,000 turkeys and meals to children, families and seniors in the valley.

According to the State of Arizona Hunger Facts, one in four Arizona children are food insecure and don’t know where their next meal will come from. More than 450,000 Arizona children are affected; the third-highest rate in the nation. One in five Arizona families live at or near the poverty level, and struggle to feed their families. One in seven Arizona seniors live on fixed incomes that force them to sometimes choose between food and medical costs.

“We've got an amazing partnership planned with St Mary's Food Bank here in Phoenix; to help in their efforts to provide Thanksgiving meals to families in need all around the Valley,” said Josh Hayes, General Manager of Dutch Bros Phoenix. “This year they are celebrating their 50th anniversary and we couldn't be more excited to help out!”

A portion of the proceeds from each drink sold at Dutch Bros Phoenix, Peoria, Goodyear, Gilbert and Surprise locations on Tuesday Nov. 14 will be donated to the St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance. The funds will directly benefit St. Mary’s Thanksgiving Fund Drive, which provides holiday meals for children, families and seniors throughout the Phoenix Area.

Dutch Bros Phoenix employees will also be volunteering with the St. Mary’s Food Bank on Nov. 20-22, to help put food in peoples' hands and provide coffee to all the volunteers who help make this incredible event possible.

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

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Dutch Bros Fresno Raising Funds for Central Valley Veterans Honor Flight

FRESNO, Calif. (Nov. 6, 2017) – On Saturday, Nov. 11, all Dutch Bros Fresno locations will celebrate Veterans Day by donating $1 from every drink sold to the Central Valley Honor Flight, a local organization that sends World War II and Korean War veterans to see their memorials in Washington D.C.

Central Valley Honor Flight was founded in 2013 by an all-volunteer group. Over the past four years, they have sent nearly 800 World War II and Korean War Veterans to Washington D.C., to see their memorials. 100% of donations to CVHF are spent on flights, lodging, transportation and food for the veterans on their trip. This allows it to be completely cost free for all the veterans who are able to attend the trip.

“We are so excited to be able to donate to such an amazing organization! After learning about the Central Valley Honor Flight Foundation we knew we wanted to be able to donate in the most impactful way we could,” said Genesis Wilson, owner of Dutch Bros Fresno. “By doing a giveback day we are hoping to not only give a monetary donation but to be able to spread more awareness and information about the Central Valley Honor Flight. Being able to give back to those that have given so much to this country humbles us and we hope they enjoy this awesome journey!.”

On Saturday Nov. 11, in honor of Veterans Day, Dutch Bros Fresno will donate $1 from each drink sold to the Central Valley Honor Flight. 100% of the proceeds donated will go directly to the cost of sending WWII and Korean War veterans to Washington D.C., commemorating their sacrifices and honoring their service.

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Dutch Bros Forest Grove Raises More Than $800 for Harvey Clarke Elementary School

FOREST GROVE, Ore., (Nov. 6, 2017) – On Friday, Oct. 27, Dutch Bros Forest Grove donated $1 from every large drink sold, and raised $870 for Harvey Clarke Elementary School. Additionally, Dutch Bros offered double stamps on their loyalty card with every large drink purchased, as a thank you to customers for helping support the fundraiser.

“We saw a great turnout from the community and felt blessed to have everyone come support a key to this community in a big way,” said LaGrand Davis, owner of Dutch Bros Forest Grove. “We accomplished something great together, it’s amazing to be a part of this wonderful community.”

On Friday, Oct 27, $1 from every large drink sold at Dutch Bros Forest Grove was donated to Harvey Clarke Elementary. The proceeds will directly benefit HCE as they continue to educate young minds in the Forest Grove community.

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

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Dutch Bros Partners with Oregon State University to Raise More Than $3,700 for Children’s Cancer Association

CORVALLIS, Ore. (Nov. 2, 2017) – On Thursday, Oct. 26, Dutch Bros donated proceeds from each drink sold at Reser Stadium locations during the DB X CCA Joy! Game, and raised $3,735 for the Children’s Cancer Association.

“We were so happy to be able to donate over $3,700 to the CCA this past game,” said Bryce Schneider, Manager of Dutch Bros’ Reser locations. “We love getting to collaborate with organizations that have such an important and positive impact on kids and families. It also gives us as employees a greater purpose, and the opportunity to showcase what Dutch Bros culture is really all about!”

2017 is Dutch Bros’ fifth year as the official coffee sponsor for the Oregon State Beavers. The DB X CCA Joy! Game is an extension of Dutch Bros’ annual Buck For Kids campaign, which takes place on National Coffee Day, and raised more than $414,000 in 2017 for local nonprofit organizations working with children.

Dutch Bros held a similar event at the University of Oregon earlier this month. Proceeds from that game were donated to the Motiv8 organization, founded by former Duck Football player, Marcus Mariota.

The Children’s Cancer Association is unique, where most organizations focus on the important goal of finding a cure for cancer, the CCA focuses on creating joyful moments and memories for those suffering from cancer and their families. To put it in the CCA’s own words, they prescribe joy.

On Thursday, Oct. 26, all Reser Stadium Dutch Bros locations donated proceeds from each drink sold during the OSU and Stanford game, to the Children’s Cancer Association. Proceeds will directly benefit the CCA as they strive to provide opportunities for precious memories for each patient and family in their care.

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Dutch Bros Raises More Than $8,500 for the Peoria Fire Department Charities

PEORIA, Ariz. (Oct. 25, 2017) – On Friday, Oct. 20, Dutch Bros Peoria celebrated its newest location at 13929 N. 83rd Ave., by raising $8,743 for the Peoria Fire Department Charities.

“I want to say thank you to all the customers that came out for our Grand Opening day,” said Caleb Berkey, owner of Dutch Bros Peoria. “They were so supportive in helping us raise funds for the Peoria Fire Department Charities, we are grateful for this additional opportunity to serve and bless the greater Phoenix west valley with more Dutch Bros locations. ”

Drinks offered included specialty coffee, smoothies, teas, freezes, and Dutch Bros private-label energy drink, Dutch Bros Blue Rebel™. The new Peoria location is open 24 hours, with a patio open from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m.

All 16-ounce drinks were $1 between midnight and 11:59 p.m. on grand opening day. The funds raised will directly benefit the Peoria Fire Department Charities.

You can find Dutch Bros Peoria on Facebook and Instagram @DutchBrosWestValleyAZ.

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Dutch Bros Partners with Oregon State University to Raise Funds for Children’s Cancer Association

CORVALLIS, Ore., (Oct. 24, 2017) – On Thursday, Oct. 26, Dutch Bros is donating proceeds from each drink sold at Reser Stadium locations, to the Children’s Cancer Association.

The Children’s Cancer Association works with 20,000 children, teens and their families every year. The CCA is unique, where most organizations focus on the important goal of finding a cure for cancer, the CCA focuses on creating joyful moments and memories for those suffering from cancer and their families.

“The Reser stadium crew is so excited to partner with such a meaningful organization like the Children’s Cancer Association for the DB X CCA Joy! Game,” said Bryce Schneider, manager of Dutch Bros’ Reser locations. “We have loved serving Beaver fans this season, but we are especially honored to serve them now in support of the CCA.”

On Thursday, Oct. 26, all Reser Stadium Dutch Bros locations will donate the proceeds from each drink sold during the OSU and Stanford game to the Children’s Cancer Association. Proceeds will directly benefit the CCA as they strive to provide opportunities for joy and precious memories for each patient and family in their care.

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

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Dutch Bros Forest Grove to Raise Funds for Harvey Clarke Elementary School

FOREST GROVE, Ore., (Oct. 24, 2017) – On Friday, Oct. 27, Dutch Bros Forest Grove is donating $1 from every large drink sold to the Harvey Clarke Elementary School. Additionally, Dutch Bros is offering double stamps on their loyalty card, with every large drink purchased. 

“We are excited to be able to help support and promote the growth of this wonderful community that we are a part of,” said LaGrand Davis, owner of Dutch Bros Forest Grove. “Harvey Clarke is giving our youth the tools for success and this is a chance for all of us in the community to come together and support them in our quest for a greater future generation.“

On Friday, Oct 27, $1 from every large drink sold at Dutch Bros Forest Grove will directly benefit Harvey Clarke Elementary, as they continue to educate young minds in the Forest Grove community.

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

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Dutch Bros Peoria to Celebrate New Location With $1 16-Ounce Drinks

PEORIA, Ariz. (Oct. 17, 2017) – On Friday, Oct. 20, Dutch Bros Peoria will celebrate its newest location at 13929 N. 83rd Ave., with $1 16-ounce drinks. Proceeds from grand opening day will benefit the Peoria Fire Department Charities.

“We used to laugh and joke about opening up another store across the street from the original Peoria store to help with the supply and demand,” said Caleb Berkey, owner of Dutch Bros Peoria. “Now we have actually done it, and we couldn’t be more excited.”

Drinks offered include specialty coffee, smoothies, teas, freezes, and Dutch Bros private-label energy drink, Dutch Bros Blue Rebel™. This new Dutch Bros location will be open 24 hours, with a patio open from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m.

Funds raised between midnight and 11:59 p.m. on grand opening day will directly benefit the Peoria Fire Department Charities.

“The Peoria community has absolutely amazed me with the love and support they have shown for the first location in the West Valley,” said Berkey. “We are excited to be able to give back to them by raising funds for the Peoria Fire Department Charities.”

You can find Dutch Bros Peoria on Facebook and Instagram @DutchBrosWestValleyAZ.

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

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Dutch Bros Coffee and OHSU Collaborate in October for Be Aware Campaign

GRANTS PASS, Ore. (Oct. 12, 2017) – In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, all Dutch Bros Coffee locations will donate $5 from each sale of its specialty “Be Aware” travel mug to the advancement of breast cancer research at the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute

To date, Dutch Bros has raised over $750,000 for breast cancer research. Beginning Thursday, Oct. 12, these specialty travel mugs will be available at all 292 Dutch Bros locations across seven states. The funds raised will be donated to both the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute and Albie Aware Breast Cancer Foundation.

“As we look toward the future there are fewer things more exciting than the prospect that we could see a day when the detection and treatment of breast cancer is simple and effective,” says Travis Boersma, Co-founder Dutch Bros Coffee. “Breast cancer touches all of our lives in one way or another and The Knight Cancer Institute is doing amazing work to improve outcomes for patients.”               

The Knight Cancer Institute researches treatments and preventative methods for breast cancer. They take an individual approach with each patient in their care, and they utilize cutting edge technologies, including DNA specific drugs and radiation therapies. Last May, a team at the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute received a $9.2 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to study triple-negative breast cancer, a particularly aggressive form of the disease. 

“We appreciate the continued support from Dutch Bros,” said Arpana Naik, M.D., associate professor for surgery in the OHSU School of Medicine and breast surgical oncologist for the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute. “Their community efforts—including their visit to the OHSU campus last year and interviews with our physicians via social media—are important ways to raise awareness for breast cancer in our community.”

The Albie Aware Breast Cancer Foundation provides life-saving assistance, as well as testing, patient advocacy, prevention education and compassionate support for individuals facing or fighting breast cancer.

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

Dutch Bros' Buck for Kids Raises $414,233 on National Coffee Day

GRANTS PASS, Ore. (Oct. 12, 2017) - On Friday, Sept. 29, Dutch Bros celebrated its annual Buck For Kids day and raised $414,233. All 292 stands donated $1 from each drink sold to the local children’s organization of their choice in honor of National Coffee Day.

“National Coffee Day provides us an opportunity to thank our customers for being so amazing,” said Travis Boersma, CEO and Co-founder Dutch Bros. “More importantly, it is inspiring to see people rally to support youth in all our communities.”

Dutch Bros has given to local youth organizations for 10 years through Buck For Kids day. However, two years ago, the company moved the day to coincide with National Coffee Day, to increase the impact coffee lovers can have on youth in their local communities.

To date, Dutch Bros’ Buck for Kids has raised more than $1.75 million for local youth organizations, $414,233 this year alone. Each Dutch Bros location is locally operated and proceeds from the day go to nonprofits as they mentor, support and better the lives of youth throughout the area.

To view the Buck for Kids donation totals by location, click here.

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Buck for Kids is Dutch Bros’ Celebration of National Coffee Day

On Friday, Sept. 29, Dutch Bros Coffee will celebrate National Coffee Day by donating $1 from every drink sold to local youth organizations for the company’s annual Buck for Kids day.

Dutch Bros wants to disrupt the coffee industry's approach to this national day and shift the focus to coffee lovers' support for youth in our communities. On Friday, all 292 Dutch Bros locations throughout the seven states in which the company operates will donate $1 from every drink sold to support local youth organizations. Every Dutch Bros location is locally operated, enabling each local team to select a nonprofit that betters the lives of local youth in their community. 

“National Coffee Day allows us to showcase what we do best - putting people first,” said Travis Boersma, Co-founder Dutch Bros Coffee. “We love coffee but there is nothing more important than our kids. We are stoked to support our local communities and outstanding youth programs.”

Dutch Bros celebrates National Coffee Day by positively impacting the communities Dutch Bros employees are grateful to call home. Through Buck for Kids, Dutch Bros partners with local youth organizations doing great work. Proceeds from this day further support nonprofits as they continue to positively mentor, support and, ultimately better the lives of youth throughout the area.

To date, Dutch Bros’ Buck for Kids has raised over $1.28 million for local youth organizations with gifts totaling $401,212 last year alone. By partnering with local coffee lovers, Dutch Bros hopes to surpass that total this year. The company’s philosophy is that our youth are the future. Together we can make strides to positively impact their lives and create a better world.

To learn the organization being supported near you, click here.

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Dutch Bros Roseville, Granite Bay Raise Over $2,900 for Police Activities League

ROSEVILLE, Calif. (Oct. 2, 2017) – On Friday, Sept. 22, Dutch Bros Roseville and Granite Bay raised $2,987 for the Roseville Police Activities League.

“Roseville Police Activities League is an amazing non profit that does a lot of good for our local youth,” said Mattie Place, owner of Dutch Bros Roseville and Granite Bay. “We were glad to be able to help them out and spread awareness through our customer base.”

The Roseville Police Activities League strives to provide social, cultural, educational and athletic activities to children, allowing them to build meaningful relationships with police officers.

On Friday, Sept. 22, the Roseville and Granite Bay raised $2,987. Funds will directly benefit the Roseville Police Activities League. 

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

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Dutch Bros Greater Phoenix Raises Over $26,000 for Hurricane Harvey Victims

PHOENIX, Ariz. (Sept. 22, 2017) – On Friday, Sept. 15, Dutch Bros greater Phoenix raised $26,500 for the Justin J. Watt Foundation, a nonprofit focusing on rebuilding Houston following the devastation of Hurricane Harvey.

“We are extremely grateful for the outpouring of love from our raving fans last Friday, we couldn’t have done it without you,” said Joshua Hayes, General Manager of Dutch Bros Phoenix. The work that the Justin J. Watt Foundation has done is incredible, and we are so humbled to have been able to participate from a few states away.”

Hurricane Harvey made landfall as a category 4 hurricane, with winds gusting at over 130 miles per hour. The city of Houston was directly in the storm’s path and was devastated by the impact.

On Friday, Sept. 15, Dutch Bros Greater Phoenix donated a portion of the proceeds from every drink sold to the Justin J. Watt Foundation. Donation buckets were also available at each location for community members wishing to donate. The funds will directly support the rebuilding efforts in the city of Houston, Texas.

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Dutch Bros Boise Raises $4,500 for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society

BOISE, Idaho. (Sept. 20, 2017) – On Friday, Sept. 15 the Boise Dutch Bros located at 1181 N. Milwaukee St. raised $4,500 for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.

"We are so proud to be a part of the Boise community,” said Brian Wight, owner of Dutch Bros Boise. "The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society does amazing work, we are honored to be able to help support them."

September is Blood Cancer Awareness month. The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s mission is to find a cure for blood cancers, while advocating for and improving the lives of blood cancer patients and their families.

On Friday, Sept. 15 the Boise Dutch Bros located at 1181 N. Milwaukee St., raised $4,500. Funds will directly benefit the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society as they continue the fight against blood cancers.

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Dutch Bros Caldwell to Celebrate New Location With Free Drinks

CALDWELL, Idaho. (Sept. 18, 2017) – On Thursday, Sept. 21, Dutch Bros Caldwell will celebrate its newest location at 807 Specht Ave. with free 16-ounce drinks.

“We are so excited to open the Specht Ave. location,” said Andrew Randall, owner of Dutch Bros Caldwell. “Caldwell has taken amazing care of us and we are excited to share this new location with the community.”

On the day of the grand opening, the Dutch Bros located at 807 Specht Ave. will provide it’s community with free 16-ounce drinks, including specialty coffee, smoothies, teas, freezes, and a private-label energy drink, Dutch Bros Blue Rebel™.

This new Dutch Bros location will be open daily from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. To follow Dutch Bros Caldwell on Facebook, visit www.facebook.com/DutchBros2C, or @db2C on Instagram.

To Find a Dutch Bros near you, visit www.dutchbros.com/locations.

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Dutch Bros Roseville, Granite Bay Raising Funds for Police Activities League

ROSEVILLE, Calif. (Sept. 18, 2017) – On Friday, Sept. 22, Dutch Bros Roseville and Granite Bay will donate $1 from every drink sold to the Roseville Police Activities League.

The Roseville Police Activities league was founded in 1972 as a fundraising organization for youth sports in the Roseville area. The RPAL strives to provide social, cultural, educational and athletic activities to children, allowing them to build meaningful relationships with police officers.

"With today's setbacks and struggles our police have to deal with, we want to give them some extra love,” said Mattie Place, owner of Dutch Bros Roseville/Granite Bay. “We truly appreciate all that our police departments do for us, and if we can help them help the youth in our community, then it's a win, win."

On Friday, Sept. 22, the Dutch Bros located at 1225 Baseline Rd., in Roseville, and at 8663 Auburn Folsom Rd., in Granite Bay, will donate $1 from every drink sold. Funds will directly benefit the Roseville Police Activities League. 

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

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Dutch Bros Roseville Raises Over $2,000 for Veterans Job Resources

ROSEVILLE, Calif. (Sept. 2017) – On Saturday, Sept. 9, Dutch Bros Roseville rallied with its community to raise $2,074 for Veterans Job Resources, a nonprofit that assists military personnel in their transition to civilian careers.

“We are so thankful for everything our soldiers do for us and helping veterans find work after they get out of the service is the least we could do to show our gratitude,” said Mattie Place, owner of Dutch Bros Roseville. “We are so grateful to have had this opportunity to work with Veterans Job Resources.”

Veterans Job Resources provides our nation’s veterans with career support and technical training. Their workshops include topics like resume writing, interview skills and transition planning.

On Sept. 9, to raise funds, Dutch Bros Roseville donated $1 from every drink sold, and members of the community were able to contribute more via onsite donation buckets. These funds will directly benefit Veterans Job Resources and their efforts to assist our nation’s military in their transition to civilian life.

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Dutch Bros Elk Grove Raises Over $4,000 for the Sheldon High School Athletic Department

ELK GROVE, Calif. (Sept. 12, 2017) – On Wednesday, Sept. 6, the Elk Grove Dutch Bros, located at 8841 Sheldon Rd., raised $4,200 for the Sheldon High School Athletic Department.

“The community really came together to show their support for Sheldon High School,” said Kyle Garrett, owner of Dutch Bros Elk Grove. “We are incredibly thankful to be a part of the Elk Grove community!”

To raise funds, Dutch Bros Elk Grove donated proceeds from its Sheldon Rd. location on Wednesday, Sept. 6. This location also provided a 9-stamp loyalty card with every large drink purchased to further encourage community participation. Funds will directly benefit 12 sports programs and over 560 student athletes at Sheldon High School.

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Dutch Bros Klamath Falls Raises Over $4,000 for Chelsea Gamble

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. (September 11, 2017) – On Thursday, Sept. 7, Dutch Bros Klamath Falls raised $4,277 for Chelsea Gamble, a local woman severely injured in a car accident earlier this month.

 “Our crews were so happy to be able to raise money for Chelsea,” said Kristen Von Tersch, owner of Dutch Bros Klamath Falls. “Everyone wore pink in honor of Chelsea, and it was really amazing to see the community come out and help raise funds for her recovery.”

Chelsea was injured in a vehicular accident earlier this month. She has already undergone multiple critical surgeries, and her injuries include two amputations and a broken femur.

Dutch Bros Klamath Falls raised the funds by donating $1 from every drink sold on Thursday Sept. 7. They also provided donation buckets for those community members who wished to donate more. The funds raised will directly benefit Chelsea, and help offset the mounting medical expenses she will face on her journey to recovery.

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

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Dutch Bros Greater Phoenix to Raise Funds for Hurricane Harvey Victims

PHOENIX, Ariz. (Sept. 12, 2017) – On Friday, Sept. 15, Dutch Bros greater Phoenix will donate a portion of the proceeds from every drink sold to the Justin J. Watt Foundation to support relief efforts following  Hurricane Harvey.

Hurricane Harvey was a category four Hurricane that made landfall in Texas on Friday, August 25 with devastating impact, NFL star and founder of the Justin J. Watt foundation, JJ Watt decided to raise funds to support the relief efforts.

The funds contributed to the Justin J. Watt Foundation will support them as they focus on collectively rebuilding the aspects of the Houston community that are now damaged or lost as a result of Hurricane Harvey.

“Our hearts go out to all those effected by the storm, and its aftermath,” said Joshua Hayes, General Manager of Dutch Bros Phoenix. “We are hoping for the best possible outcome, and are honored to be able to help those in need!”

On Friday, Sept. 15, all Dutch Bros locations in the greater Phoenix area will donate a portion of the proceeds from every drink sold to the Justin J. Watt Foundation. Donation buckets will also be available at each location for community members wishing to donate more. Proceeds from the day will directly benefit this community that has lost so much.

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

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Dutch Bros Sacramento Raises Over $22,000 in Honor of Slain Sacramento County Sheriff’s Deputy

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (September 7, 2017) – On Monday, Sept. 4, four Dutch Bros Sacramento locations raised $22,490 for a memorial fund in honor of Deputy Robert French.

"It is an honor and privilege to recognize Officer French and his 21 years of service to Sacramento. We hope that his family finds solace in the support and generosity of our community,” said Nikol Grubbs, owner of Dutch Bros Sacramento. “We pray for all our officers that risk their lives to keep us safe every day. Much love and respect from Dutch Bros.”

Deputy French was a 21-year veteran of the Sacramento County Sherriff’s Department. He was shot and killed in the line of duty on Wednesday, Aug. 30.

Deputy French received the United States Honor Flag, which arrived in Sacramento on Monday morning. The Honor Flag was born after the terrorist attacks in New York on September 11, 2001, and is bestowed upon fallen Police Officers and Firefighters. The Honor Flag will remain with Deputy French until he is laid to rest.

Dutch Bros Sacramento donated $1 from every drink sold on Monday, in addition to providing onsite donation buckets for community members who wanted to contribute more. Donations will be made to a Memorial Fund in Deputy French’s name at the CAHP Credit Union.

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Dutch Bros Roseville Raises Funds for Veterans Job Resources

ROSEVILLE, Calif. (August 9, 2017) – On Saturday, Sept. 9, Dutch Bros Roseville will donate $1 from every drink sold to Veterans Job Resources.

Veterans Job Resources provides our nation’s veterans with career support and technical training. Their workshops include topics like resume writing, interview skills and transition planning. They also provide consultations for career planning and goals, job logistics, and career assessments.

"We are huge advocates of our veterans. Anything we can do to help them find a job and be successful is great,” said Mattie Place, owner of Dutch Bros Roseville. “It's the least we can do to attempt to repay them for their service to our country." 

On Saturday, Dutch Bros Roseville, located at 1225 Baseline Road, will donate $1 from every drink sold to Veterans Job Resources. The funds raised will directly benefit Veterans Job Resources as they continue their efforts of helping our country’s veterans transition into civilian careers.

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Dutch Bros Sacramento Raises Funds in Honor of Slain Sacramento County Sheriff’s Deputy

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (September 1, 2017) – On Monday, Sept. 4, four Dutch Bros Sacramento locations will donate $1 from every drink sold to a memorial fund in honor of Deputy Robert French.

Deputy French was a 21-year veteran of the Sacramento County Sherriff’s Department. He was shot and killed in the line of duty on Wednesday, Aug. 30, while pursuing suspects in an alleged car-theft operation.

Deputy French was a well-loved member of the Sheriff’s Department and was one of the longest-tenured patrol deputies in the station. He is survived by his children and grandchildren.  

"Our prayers are with the Sheriff’s Department and the family of Officer French,” said Nikol Grubbs, owner of Dutch Bros Sacramento. “We feel driven to help honor his life and 21 years of devout service to our community. Rest in Peace to a true hero."

Dutch Bros Sacramento will donate $1 from every drink sold on Monday, as well as provide onsite donation buckets for community members who would like to contribute more. Donations will be made to a Memorial Fund in Deputy French’s name at the CAHP Credit Union.

Dutch Bros Sacramento has four stands located at 5289 Auburn Blvd. Sacramento, 4625 Manzanita, Carmichael, 7445 Madison Ave. Citrus Heights, and 8552 Madison Ave. Fair Oaks.

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Dutch Bros Klamath Falls Raises Funds for Local Woman Seriously Injured in Crash

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. (Aug. 31, 2017) – On Thursday, Sept. 7, Dutch Bros Klamath Falls will donate $1 from every drink sold to Chelsea Gamble, a local woman badly injured in a car accident.

Chelsea was involved in a vehicular accident earlier this month. Chelsea is still listed in critical condition at OHSU, and has already undergone surgery for amputation of one arm and a partial amputation of a leg. In addition, she is expected to have at least one more surgery before she is able to leave the hospital.

“It's a blessing to see the community pull together during times like these,” said Kristen Von Tersch, owner of Dutch Bros Klamath Falls. “We are thankful for Klamath Falls, and the people in it, for helping us raise funds for this amazing woman.”

On Sept. 7, Dutch Bros Klamath Falls will donate $1 from every drink sold at all five locations. These funds will directly benefit Chelsea and help offset medical expenses as she begins her journey to recovery.

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

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Dutch Bros Elk Grove Raising Funds for Sheldon High School Athletic Department

ELK GROVE, Calif. (Aug. 30, 2017) – On Wednesday, September 6, Dutch Bros Elk Grove, located at 8841 Sheldon Rd. will donate the day’s proceeds to the Sheldon High School Athletic Department. Additionally, Dutch Bros is offering a loyalty card with nine of the ten stamps needed for a free drink, with every large drink purchased. 

Sheldon High School has just over 2,300 students enrolled. Their Athletic Department serves over 560 participants each year. They offer 12 different sport options for male and female athletes at Shelton H.S.

“Sheldon High School has a great athletic department. We are really proud of them, and we are excited to be able to help them out this year,” said Kyle Garrett, owner of Dutch Bros Elk Grove.

On Wednesday, the Elk Grove Dutch Bros on Sheldon Road will donate proceeds starting at midnight and going until 11:59 p.m. Additionally, Dutch Bros is offering a loyalty card with nine of the ten stamps needed for a free drink, with every large drink purchased.  Drinks offered include specialty coffee, smoothies, teas, freezes, and Dutch Bros private-label energy drink, Dutch Bros Blue Rebel™.

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Dutch Bros Grayhawk and Community Raises $12,400 to Support Brody Burnell and Chandler Riesterer

PHOENIX, Ariz. (Aug. 21, 2017) – On Friday, Aug. 11, Dutch BrosGrayhawk joined forces with the community to raise $12,400 to support Brody Burnell and Chandler Riesterer as they continue to recover from a recent plane crash.

 

Brody Burnell and Chandler Riesterer are currently in the intensive care unit after the pair were involved in a plane crash earlier this month. Brody, 18, and Chandler, 22, are both well-known in their community and at Dutch Bros Grayhawk—Brody being an employee and Chandler frequented the location in which he instantly connected with so many on the crew. Both of these young men are suffering from similar injuries and have a long road to recovery in front of them.

 

“We so ecstatic about the support shown by the community on Friday,” said Josh Hayes, Dutch Bros Phoenix General Manager. “We cannot thank everyone who came out to help or added to the donation jars enough. Both families are so grateful and we will continue to keep these young men and their families in our thoughts.”

 

To raise funds on Friday, Dutch Bros Grayhawk, located at 20795 N. Scottsdale Rd., donated proceeds from the day’s sales. Onsite donation buckets were also provided at all Arizona Dutch Bros locations for community members who wanted to contribute to these two gentleman in their, and their families, time of need. Friday’s proceeds will directly benefit Brody and Chandler to help offset medical expenses while they continue to heal from this unexpected aircraft accident.

 

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DUTCH BROS SOLAR ECLIPSE GLASSES: SAFETY RECALL

GRANTS PASS, ORE. (Aug. 20, 2017) - Today Dutch Bros Coffee handed out eclipse glasses at many of our stands. We are now issuing a full voluntary recall of these glasses.  We purchased these glasses after receiving certification of ISO compliance from the manufacturer. Further investigation has led us to question this certification. Your safety is of the utmost importance to us, so we are issuing this voluntary recall.

 

If you received a pair of these glasses, DO NOT USE THEM TO VIEW THE ECLIPSE. Please return these glasses to the Dutch Bros Coffee location where you received them for a FREE DRINK of your choice--any drink, any size. We apologize for your inconvenience.

 

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Dutch Bros North Colorado Springs to Celebrate Grand Opening with Free 16-ounce Drinks

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – On Tuesday, August 15 Dutch Bros North Colorado Springs, located at 870 W. Garden of the Gods Rd., will celebrate its grand opening with free 16-ounce drinks.

“We’re so honored to be opening a location in Colorado Springs. This city has already been so inviting and positive,” said Mason Smith, owner of Dutch Bros North Colorado Springs. “We feel overwhelmed with the opportunity to join the other amazing businesses in this community.”

On the day of the grand opening, this new Dutch Bros location will be open from 5 a.m. until 10 p.m. and will provide its community with all 16-ounce drinks for free, including specialty coffee, smoothies, teas, freezes, and Dutch Bros private-label energy drink, Dutch Bros Blue Rebel™.

“We can’t wait to open the first Dutch Bros in North Colorado Springs, and continue the tradition Dutch Bros has already started here. A tradition of loving and serving the people of Colorado Springs, my family and I are excited to meet you all,” said Mason.

Dutch Bros North Colorado Springs is open from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m., Sunday through Thursday, and 5 a.m. until 11 p.m. on Friday and Saturday.

To follow their journey on Facebook visit www.facebook.com/DutchBrosGardenoftheGods, or on Instagram @dutchbrosgardenofthegods.

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Dutch Bros Spokane to Celebrate Grand Opening with $1 16-ounce Drinks

SPOKANE, Was. – On Tuesday, August 15, Dutch Bros Spokane, located at 9208 E. Sprague Ave., will celebrate its grand opening with $1 16-ounce drinks. Proceeds will be help Helen Black offset medical expenses incurred from multiple rounds of chemotherapy.

Earlier this year, Helen, a local to Spokane, was diagnosed with stage IV breast cancer. Her cancer ultimately metastasized and tumors would spread into the pleural areas of her lungs. Helen has completed nine sessions of chemotherapy, but has three more sessions to complete before she is able to rescan to check the status of her tumors.

Helen, 52, is a mother of nine, and has been visiting Dutch Bros in Spokane since it opened in 2006. She has made a huge impact on the crew, so much so that when they heard about her recent diagnosis, they immediately wanted to help out.

“Helen has been an amazing regular at our stands,” said Kevin Parker, owner of Dutch Bros Spokane. “The crew adores her, and we are excited about the chance to help her and her family in their time of need.”

On the day of the grand opening, this location will be open from 5 a.m. until 10 p.m. and will provide its community with all 16-ounce drinks, drinks offered include specialty coffee, smoothies, teas, freezes, and Dutch Bros private-label energy drink, Dutch Bros Blue Rebel™ for $1 to support Helen and her family in their time of need. Proceeds will directly support Helen and help offset medical expenses incurred from numerous rounds of chemotherapy.

Dutch Bros Spokane is open from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m., Sunday through Thursday, and 5 a.m. until 11 p.m. on Friday and Saturday.

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Dutch Bros Live Oak Raises Over $3,000 for Injured Yuba County Sheriff Deputies

LIVE OAK, Calif. (Aug. 14, 2017) – On Wednesday, Aug. 9, Dutch Bros Live Oak raised $3,246.37 for two Yuba County Sheriff Deputies currently recovering from being shot in the line of duty earlier this month.

“Live Oak is a small community, but we really rallied around this cause,” said Erin Backman, owner of Dutch Bros Live Oak. “It was incredible to see how many people came out to support Deputies Bronson and Everhart, it was an amazing day.”

Deputies Phillip Bronson and Andrew Everhart were shot while pursuing a suspect earlier this month. Initially listed in critical condition, both gentleman have since been reported as being in good condition. 

To raise funds on Wednesday, Dutch Bros Live Oak donated $1 from every drink sold, as well as provided an onsite donation bucket to community members wishing to make an additional donation.  Proceeds from the day will directly benefit Deputies Bronson and Everhart via the Yuba County Deputy Sheriffs’ Association Family Support Fund through the Sierra Central Credit Union to help offset medical expenses incurred from their service to the community. 

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Dutch Bros Grayhawk Rallies for Brody Burnell and Chandler Riesterer

PHOENIX, Ariz. (Aug. 9, 2017) – On Friday, Aug. 11, Dutch Bros Grayhawk located 20795 N. Scottsdale Rd., in the Grayhawk Plaza, will donate proceeds from the day to help Brody Burnell and Chandler Riesterer offset medical expenses incurred from a recent plane crash.

 

Earlier this month, these two young men were involved in a plane crash that has left the pair in critical condition in the intensive care unit. Brody, a Dutch Bros barista at the Grayhawk location has touched many hearts in the Phoenix community and Chandler known for his passion and determination, both face a long road to recovery. When Dutch Bros heard about what happened to these young men, they felt compelled to support them and their families.

 

“We are deeply saddened by the accident these young men were involved in,” said Dutch Bros Phoenix General Manager, Josh Hayes. “We want to do what we can to help support them, and their families during this time of need.”

 

To raise funds, Dutch Bros Grayhawk will donate proceeds from the day’s sales to Brody and Chandler. All locations throughout the state of Arizona will also provide onsite donation buckets on Friday for those community members who would like to contribute and show their support for these gentlemen. All donated funds will directly support Brody and Chandler and help them and their families offset medical expenses from this unforeseen chapter and support them as they continue on their journey to recovery.

 

“We appreciate any and all support given and if you want to make a donation to the cause, we will be accepting contributions at every Dutch Bros location in Arizona,” said Josh. “We hope to see you all Friday, and thank you again for your support and love.”

 

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

 

 

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Dutch Bros Scholls Raised $4,600 For the Beaverton Education Foundation

BEAVERTON, Ore. (Aug. 9, 2017) – On Friday, Aug. 4, Dutch Bros Scholls Ferry celebrated its grand opening and donated $4,600 to the Beaverton Education Foundation.    

Founded in 1988, the Beaverton Education Foundation supplies 51 Beaverton-area public schools with equipment, funds to offset transportation and facility fees, as well as funds for visiting artists and scientists. The money raised on Aug. 4 will benefit this local nonprofit as they continue to fund innovative educational programs throughout the area.  

This new Dutch Bros store is located at 16400 SW Barrows Rd. is open seven days a week from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m.

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Dutch Bros Kennewick to Raise Funds for InvestED

Kennewick, Wash. (Aug. 8, 2017) – On Thursday, Aug. 9, Dutch Bros Kennewick will donate $1 from every drink sold to InvestED.

InvestED is a local nonprofit that provides school supplies for youth in the Kennewick School District. This organization serves 660 secondary schools in Washington State, and provides items such as shoes, coats, glasses, sports equipment, and academic fees to students using need-based funding. InvestED’s goal is to encourage students to get involved within their learning community, stay in school and if they have dropped out, return to school.

All three Kennewick Dutch Bros locations will be donating $1 from every drink sold, on Thursday, August 9, to InvestED. These funds will directly support InvestED, as they continue to provide local youth in the area with supplies needed to have a full and active school year.

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

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Dutch Bros Red Bluff Raises $2,600 for Auston Strole Memorial Scholarship Fund

RED BLUFF, Calif. (August 8, 2017) – On Tuesday, Aug. 1, Dutch Bros Red Bluff raised $2,600 for the Auston Strole Memorial Scholarship Fund.

“The support the Red Bluff community has shown this family is amazing,” said Nate Frary, owner of Dutch Bros Red Bluff. “DB Red Bluff, along with the generous help from the Red Bluff community, was able to start a Memorial Scholarship fund in Auston's name.”  

Auston was a fan of Dutch Bros, and his cousin works at one of the Red Bluff stands. At just 12 years old, he passed away in a boating accident on Shasta Lake earlier this summer. When the baristas heard about Auston, they wanted to do what they could to lend a helping hand to the Strole family.

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Dutch Bros Live Oak Raises Funds for Injured Yuba County Sheriff Deputies

LIVE OAK, Calif. (August 7, 2017) – On Wednesday, Aug. 9, Dutch Bros Live Oak, located at 9922 Live Oak Blvd, will donate $1 from every drink sold to the two Yuba County Sheriff Deputies currently recovering from being shot in the line of duty.

Deputies Phillip Bronson and Andrew Everhart who have served the community in the Yuba County Sheriff’s Department for more than ten years were recently injured in the line of duty. Initially listed in critical condition, following the shooting; both men have since been upgraded to good condition.

 “We are excited to rally with our community,” said Erin Backman, owner of Dutch Bros Live Oak. “It’s a wonderful cause, our officers do so much to keep us safe, and we want to make sure we are doing what we can to help out.”

To raise funds on Wednesday, Dutch Bros Live Oak will donate $1 from every drink sold, as well as provide onsite donation buckets for community members who would like to contribute more. Donations will be made to the Yuba County Deputy Sheriffs’ Association Family Support Fund through the Sierra Central Credit Union. These funds will directly benefit the two officers injured in the shooting, and help offset medical expenses incurred from this unforeseen event. 

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Dutch Bros Vancouver Partnered with its Community to Raise over $5,400 for Hunter Pearson Scholarship Fund

VANCOUVER, Wash. (August 3, 2017) – On Sunday, July 30, the Vancouver community partnered with the Dutch Bros located at 9913 NE Hazel Dell Ave., to raise $5,410 for the Hunter Pearson Scholarship Fund.

Hunter Pearson, 18, was a senior at Columbia River High School, and was set to attend college this fall at Utah State University, where he earned a scholarship and had plans to play football. Known for his thoughtfulness and selflessness, he lost his life while swimming in Lacamas Lake.

To raise the funds, Dutch Bros donated $1 from every drink sold on Sunday. The Columbia River High School football team was also onsite selling raffle tickets, and community members made additional contributions via onsite donation buckets to support this scholarship and to honor the memory of Hunter.

 “Sunday was an absolute success,” said Kenny Stromer, owner of Dutch Bros Vancouver. “We were so excited to be able to bring so many community members together that day, all in Hunter’s honor.”

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Dutch Bros Beaverton to Celebrate New Location With $1 16-ounce Drinks

BEAVERTON, Ore. (July 31, 2017) – On Thursday, August 3, Dutch Bros will celebrate its newest location at 16400 SW Barrows Rd. in Beaverton with $1 16-ounce drinks. Proceeds from the day will benefit the Beaverton Education Foundation.

“We are just as passionate about our communities as we are about our product,” said Ryan Hawkins, owner of Dutch Bros Beaverton. “We are looking forward to being able to donate funds to the Beaverton Education Foundation, they do a lot of great work in our community.”

The Beaverton Education Foundation has been serving Beaverton schools for nearly 30 years. The BEF funds 51 Beaverton public schools with grants for innovative classroom, summer and after-school programs.

On the day of the grand opening, the Dutch Bros located at 16400 SW Barrows Rd. will be open from 5 a.m. until 10 p.m. and will provide its community with all 16-ounce drinks for $1 including specialty coffee, smoothies, teas, freezes, and Dutch Bros private-label energy drink, Dutch Bros Blue Rebel™.

This new Dutch Bros location will be open from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday, and from 5 a.m. until 11 p.m. on Friday and Saturday. To follow Dutch Bros Beaverton on Facebook visit www.facebook.com/SchollsDutchBros.Coffee

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Dutch Bros Red Bluff Honors the Life of Auston Strole

RED BLUFF, Calif. (July 31, 2017) – On Tuesday, August 1, Dutch Bros Red Bluff will donate $1 from every drink sold to Auston Strole’s Family. Auston was a bright and charismatic 12-year-old, who lost his life in a boating accident on Shasta Lake this summer.

Auston’s cousin works for Dutch Bros Red Bluff as the social media coordinator. When her coworkers found out about the tragedy that had struck her family, they immediately wanted to help in any way they could.

“This is such a heart-breaking situation, we feel for the Strole Family in this dark time and want to do anything we can to help out,” said Doug Fairey, owner of Dutch Bros Red Bluff.

Dutch Bros has two locations in Red Bluff; 430 S. Main Street, and 645 Antelope Blvd. Suite 57. On Tuesday August 1, $1 from every drink sold will benefit the Strole Family.  

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Dutch Bros Live Oak Celebrates Grand Opening with Free 16-Ounce Drinks

LIVE OAK, Calif. (July 25, 2017)– On Friday, July 28, Dutch Bros Live Oak, located at 9922 Live Oak Blvd., will celebrate its grand opening with free 16-ounce drinks.

“I can barely contain the excitement I’m feeling about opening our Live Oak location,” said Erin Backman, owner of Dutch Bros Live Oak. “The crew is pumped, and we are all so stoked to serve this community with some fresh Dutch Love.”

On the day of the grand opening, Dutch Bros Live Oak will be open from 5 a.m. until 10 p.m. and will provide its community with all 16-ounce drinks for free, including specialty coffee, smoothies, teas, freezes, and Dutch Bros private-label energy drink, Dutch Bros Blue Rebel™.

Dutch Bros Live Oak is open from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m., Sunday through Thursday, and 5 a.m. until 11 p.m. on Friday and Saturday.

To follow their journey on Facebook visit www.facebook.com/DutchBrosLiveOak or on Instagram @dutchbrosliveoak

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Dutch Bros “Raised One for Ryan House” and Donated $38,000

PHOENIX, Ariz. (July 24, 2017) – On Friday, July 14, all Dutch Bros locations in the Phoenix-area rallied with the community to “Raise One for Ryan House” and donated $38,000 to the local nonprofit. 

 

"We are so grateful for the continued partnership we have with Ryan House,” Josh Hayes, Dutch Bros Arizona General Manger. “Everything they do is done with love and care, and the services they provide are life changing for the kids and families they serve.” 

 

Phoenix-based Ryan House provides world-class care and programs for medically fragile children and their families as they navigate life-limiting or end-of-life journeys. Ryan House began as a way to bring palliative and respite care to children in the states, as these services were primarily only offered in Europe.

 

Ryan House is unique in every sense of the word. This Arizona nonprofit offers children who are medically fragile the opportunity and ability to participate in fun activities in a welcoming, home-like environment while they receive the special care they need. 

 

“We are so grateful for Dutch Bros’ generosity and truly honored to experience the enthusiasm and hearts of each Dutch Bros employee,” said Ryan House Executive Director Alyssa Crockett. “Not only are the funds mission critical, but it means so much to our children and families to know they have the support of one of the greatest companies we know.” 

 

On Friday, all Dutch Bros locations in the greater Phoenix-area, “Raised One for Ryan” and donated $1 from every drink sold. These proceeds will directly support this local nonprofit as they continue to support children with life-altering conditions and their families through a variety of services and activities.

 

“Thank you to everyone who made this day and amount given to them possible, we couldn't have done it without your support!" said Josh.

 

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

 

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Dutch Bros Clackamas Join Forces with Community to Raise $5,400 for the Clackamas Service Center

CLACKAMAS, Ore. (July 13, 2017) – On Tuesday, July 12, Dutch Bros Clackamas rallied with the community to raise $5,400 to support the Clackamas Service Center as it recovers from recent fire damage.

 

"Our community and customers never cease to amaze us with the amount of support and love they constantly pour back into our community," said Jenn Roberts, Dutch Bros Clackamas owner. "We are so thankful that we were able to rally together to support an organization that supports so many."

 

The Clackamas Service Center is a local organization that primarily functions as a food bank, providing services to community members in need of food assistance. The center also provides a variety of other services that support local community members with housing, health, safety, and stability amenities. Earlier this month, the center building infrastructure was damaged in a fire.

 

On Wednesday, Dutch Bros Clackamas, located at 9721 SE 82nd Ave., donated proceeds from the day’s sale to support this local center. These funds will directly benefit the Clackamas Service Center as they begin to rebuild what was lost to the fire.

 

 

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Dutch Bros Flagstaff Raises $6,500 for Local Animal Shelter

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (July 12, 2017) – On Wednesday, July 12, Dutch Bros Flagstaff raised $6,500 for the Coconino County Animal Association, by donating proceeds between 5 a.m. and 11:59 p.m.

“This was an amazing day! The crew worked so hard to making this happen because they know how much of an impact we can make,” said Sam Sanchez, owner of Dutch Bros Flagstaff. “It’s always great to see the people in the community come through to help support us and make this possible!”

The Coconino Humane Association provides shelter for homeless and unwanted animals, community education, cruelty investigations, a pet food bank, emergency response, senior adoption program, and disease prevention and adoption services to Northern Arizona.

“We were able to hear great stories and meet many little lives that have been rescued. We couldn't be more happy with the way it turned out,” said Sam.

Dutch Bros Flagstaff donated proceeds between 5 a.m. and 11:59 p.m. on Wednesday, raising a total of $6,500 for the Coconino County Animal Shelter.

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Dutch Bros Locations in the Greater-Phoenix Area "Raise One for Ryan House

PHOENIX, Ariz. (July 10, 2017) – Dutch Bros locations in the greater Phoenix area will partner with RyanHouse on Friday, July 14 and donate $1 from every drink sold to this local nonprofit.

 

Ryan House is a nonprofit organization that offers children with life-limiting conditions world-class respite and end-of-life care. This organization came into fruition to honor Ryan, who was born with Spinal Muscular Atrophy. After receiving palliative and respite care at Helen House in England, the family knew there was a need for this special care in the United States.

 

The unique services Ryan House provides, enables Arizona's most medically fragile children the ability to participate in fun activities while they receive the special care they need in a comfortable, welcoming environment…one that feels like home.

 

“The community funds the care at Ryan House 100 percent,” said Ryan House Executive Director Alyssa Crockett. “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.”

 

On Friday, July 14, all 19 Dutch Bros locations in the greater Phoenix-area will donate $1 from every drink sold to Ryan House. Proceeds will support Ryan House as they continue to be a light in the lives of children and their families as they navigate through difficult times.

 

"Our goals are more than just raising money for Ryan House; we also want to help put a spotlight on this amazing organization,” said Caleb Berkey, Dutch Bros West Valley owner. “They deserve more opportunities like this in the greater Phoenix Valley, and we hope that this day will raise significant awareness and interest for their future."

 

To find a location near you, please visit dutchbros.com/locations. Together, we can "Raise One for Ryan House" and show these local children they are not alone on their journey.

 

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

 

 

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Dutch Bros Tualatin to Raise Funds For Recently Damaged Clackamas Service Center

TUALATIN, Ore. (July 6, 2017) – On Wednesday, July 12, Dutch Bros Tualatin, located at 9721 SE 82nd Ave., will donate the day’s proceeds to the Clackamas Service Center as it recovers from recent fire damage. The Center caught fire earlier this month, the cause still unknown.

“We are saddened to hear about the fire at Clackamas Service Center,” said Shane Roberts, owner of Dutch Bros Clackamas. “The Center offers services to people in our community who are in dire need.”

Clackamas Service Center is primarily a food bank, though it does provide a variety of other services. They offer resources for health, safety and stability for primarily community members seeking housing, however these services are available for all community members in need of assistance.

From 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Wednesday, Dutch Bros Tualatin will donate proceeds from the day’s sales to the Clackamas Service Center. These funds will benefit the center as they look to repair the building to continue its work within the community.  

“We are holding a proceeds day to help the Center overcome this unfortunate setback,” said Shane.

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Dutch Bros Flagstaff to Raise Funds For Local Humane Society

Flagstaff, Ariz. (July 6, 2017) – On Tuesday, July 11, Dutch Bros Flagstaff located at 301 Regent will donate proceeds from the day to the Coconino Humane Association.  

The Coconino Humane Association strives to provide shelter for homeless and unwanted animals. Through various programs including community education, cruelty investigations, a pet food bank, emergency response, senior adoption program, disease prevention, and adoption services to Northern Arizona this local nonprofit is able to be the voice for these animals.

“Flagstaff in general has love for animals like I’ve never heard of. Through the stand we get so many fun, exciting critters we felt one of the best ways to help out in our community is to help our adorable fur babies,” said Sam Sanchez, owner of Dutch Bros Flagstaff.

To help promote the event, Flagstaff Dutch Bros will also be offering a nine-stamp loyalty card with every large drink purchased. Funds raised on July 11 from 5 a.m. to 11:59 p.m. will directly support the Coconino Humane Association as they continue to find forever homes for local animals in need. “Pets have such a huge impact in so many lives we wanted to try and positively impact their lives as much as possible,” said Sanchez.

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Dutch Bros Colorado Springs Raised Over $13,000 Henry Tuttle

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (June, 29 2017) – On Wednesday, June 28, the Dutch Bros in Colorado Springs located at 1802 E. Platte Ave. raised $13,074 for Henry Tuttle to help him and his family offset medical expenses incurred in correlation with Henry's cancer diagnosis.

 

“We are absolutely overwhelmed the support of our community for this amazing family,” said Rita Pickern, owner of Dutch Bros Colorado Springs. “We are particularly touched by the people who came by and reached into their own pockets to offer additional help.”

 

Henry Tuttle, a local boy born premature and then diagnosed with cancer spent the first 15 weeks of life in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. About a year after leaving the unit, doctors fund a cancerous tumor in his brain. The tumor was successfully removed, but now young boy will endure six rounds of chemotherapy to continue to combat his cancer. 

 

“The Lord knows the road ahead is long, but with the support of family, friends and even total strangers we are not alone in this fight thank you,” said Lisa Tuttle, Henry’s mom.

 

The Dutch Bros on Platte Ave. donated proceeds from Wednesday's sales to the Tuttle family to help offset medical expenses incurred during this unforeseen chapter in their lives. To encourage participation, the location also offered 9-stamp loyalty cards with every large drink purchased. Dutch Bros Colorado Springs also provided onsite donation buckets for community members who were compelled to donate additional funds to this local family in their time of need.

 

“Thank you to everyone who came out to support Henry and his family during this struggle,” said Rita.

 

 

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Dutch Bros Fairfield Raised Over $1,600 For The American Cancer Societies Relay For Life

FAIRFIELD, Calif. (June 28, 2017) – On Monday, June 19, Dutch Bros Fairfield, located at 1420 W. Texas St., donated $1 from every drink sold to the Fairfield-Suisun-Travis AFB Relay For Life. 

“Thank you to the community of Fairfield,” said Kayleigh Slover, owner of Dutch Bros Fairfield. “Together we were able to raise $1,650 for our local Relay For Life. We are honored to be a part of this community!”

Relay For Life is the largest event of the year for the American Cancer Society. It is exclusively by volunteers, and it takes place over a six to twenty-four hour period.

According to the American Cancer Societies website, “Relay is a team fundraising event where team members take turns walking around a track or designated path. Each event is 6-24 hours in length and each team is asked to have a member on the track at all times to signify that cancer never sleeps. Cancer patients don't stop because they're tired, and for one night, neither do we.”

The funds raised by Dutch Bros Fairfield will directly benefit the American Cancer Society and their efforts to make a global impact on cancer.

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Dutch Bros Sunnyside Raised Over $4,000 For Local Couple Badly Injured in Crash

SUNNYSIDE, Was. (June 29, 2017) – On Wednesday, June 21, Dutch Bros Sunnyside raised $4,127 for Noe Medelez and Norma Gallegos, two regular Dutch Bros customers, who were injured in a motorcycle accident earlier this month.

“We just want to thank everyone from the bottom of our hearts for coming to show your support for Noe and Norma,” said Erin Bates, owner of Dutch Bros Sunnyside. “It was so great to see our community rally together when it was needed the most!”

Noe and Norma were on a motorcycle ride in the evening when they lost control on a curve. Both were taken to the hospital, where they spent multiple days in recovery and in surgery. Their medical bills will not be exclusively covered by insurance, and so Erin and Dutch Bros Sunnyside felt the need to step-in and help them in their time of need.

 Dutch Bros Sunnyside raised a total of $4,127, between the stand’s donation and money donated by customers. That money will be used to help pay some of Noe and Norma’s medical bills.

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Dutch Bros Colorado Springs to Raise Funds For 17-Month-Old Diagnosed With Cancer

COLORADO SPRINGS, Col. (June 26, 2017) – On Wednesday, June 28, the Dutch Bros located at 1802 E Platte Ave. will donate the day’s proceeds to Henry Tuttle. Additionally, with every large drink purchased this location will be offering a loyalty card with nine of the ten stamps needed for a free drink.

Henry was born at just 26 weeks, and spent the first fifteen weeks of his life in the NICU (Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.) He was able to return home for almost a year before his parent’s noticed that he was losing weight and energy.

When Henry’s parents rushed him back to the hospital, Henry was diagnosed with a cancerous tumor in his brain. He has already made it through three brain surgeries, which resulted in the complete removal of his tumor. However, Henry will have six rounds of Chemo over the next six months to combat his carcinoma.

“A friend and co-worker of Lisa came to us with the story of this very selfless, giving family. They have faced not only heart breaking challenges, but also have financial challenges coming with their son Henry’s treatment,” said Rita Pickern, owner of Dutch Bros Colorado Springs. “Henry’s mom is a nurse at the neighboring hospital near our Platte Ave. location, and she is always helping others. We want to help and give that love back to her and her family.” 

Dutch Bros Colorado Springs is open Monday through Sunday from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. On Wednesday June 28, proceeds from the Platte Ave. Dutch Bros will be donated to Henry Tuttle.

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Dutch Bros Coos Bay and North Bend Raise Over $2,300 For Local Mental Health Nonprofit

COOS BAY, Ore. (June 15, 2017) – On Friday, June 9, Dutch Bros Coos Bay and North Bend locations raised $2,397 for Kairos, a local nonprofit organization that provides mental health services and support for young members of the community. 

In addition to the $1 donation from every drink sold, Dutch Bros also offered a nine-stamp loyalty card for every large drink purchased, in order to encourage extra support from the community.

Kairos offers a number of programs that meet immediate, short-term, crisis-initiated mental health needs. They also offer longer-term options to address a youth's or young adult's mental health concerns. 

“Thank you Dutch Bros Coos Bay/North Bend for valuing mental health awareness and donating to Kairos,” said Mary Lynne DeRocher, Development Director of Kairos. “We appreciate and value Dutch Bros’ Support of our agency and the youth and families on the South Coast.”

"Working with the Kairos team has been such a pleasure and I am proud to support all the work they do with mental health issues in our communities," said Ken Hiler, owner of Dutch Bros Coos Bay and North Coast. “The stories that came through the window on Friday of the victories that the community has seen through Kairos and agencies like them made me feel really excited about working together again in the future.”

Kairos set up an information booth at the Dutch Bros location at 149 S. 7th Street, in Coos Bay.  That day $1 from every drink sold on Friday was donated to Kairos.

Dutch Bros North Bend is located at 940 Virginia Street. Dutch Bros Coos Bay has two locations, one at 149 S. 7th Street, and the other at 843 S. 1st Street. 

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Dutch Bros Coos Fairfield to Raise Funds For Relay For Life

FAIRFIELD, Calif. (June 15, 2017) – On Monday, June 19, Dutch Bros Fairfield, located at 1420 W. Texas Street, will donate $1 from every drink sold to the Fairfield-Suisun-Travis AFB Relay For Life.

Relay For Life is the main fundraising event for the American Cancer Society. Relay For Life is staffed exclusively by volunteers, and the funds raised directly benefit the American Cancer Society, and their fight to make a global impact on cancer.

“Monday, June 19, we can come together to raise money for the Fairfield-Suisun-Travis AFB Relay For Life,” said Kayleigh Slover, owner of Dutch Bros Fairfield. “Come out, Grab a coffee, and together we can support a great cause, that touches all of our lives.”

Dutch Bros Fairfield is open Sunday through Thursday from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m., and Friday and Saturday from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. On Monday, June 19, the Fairfield location will donate $1 from every drink sold between 5 a.m. and 10 p.m. to the Fairfield-Suisun-Travis AFB Relay For Life.

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Dutch Bros Citrus Heights to Raise Funds For Police K-9 Unit

CITRUS HEIGHTS, Calif. (June 14, 2017) – On Wednesday, June 14, Dutch Bros Citrus Heights, located at 7445 Madison Ave., will donate $1 from every drink sold to the Citrus Heights Police K-9 Unit.

“Thank you for your support of our amazing K-9 Unit,” said Nikol Grubbs, owner of Dutch Bros Citrus Heights. “At Dutch Bros we are passionate about animals and our local police department, what better way to honor both?”

The Citrus Heights K-9 Unit is composed of four K-9 handlers, and their four purebred German Shepherds or Belgium Malinois Canine officers. The canine officers spend hundreds of hours in training before they are certified, and they continue to train with their handlers throughout their careers on the police force.

The K-9 handlers and officers will be at the Citrus Heights Dutch Bros from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Wednesday, June 14. Dutch Bros Citrus Heights will donate $1 from every drink sold between midnight and 11:59 p.m., on Wednesday.

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Dutch Bros Coos Bay to Partner With Kairos on Mental Health Awareness Day

COOS BAY, Ore. (June 5, 2017) – On Friday, June 9, Dutch Bros Coos Bay and North Bend locations will donate $1 from every drink sold to Kairos, a local nonprofit organization that provides mental health services and support for children and young adults in the community. 

In addition to the $1 donation from every drink sold, Dutch Bros is also offering a loyalty card with nine of the ten stamps needed for a free drink, with every large drink purchased. 

"Kairos is honored and privileged to partner with Dutch Bros to promote mental health awareness and education in Coos County," said Mary Lynne DeRocher, Kairos Development Director.

"More than ever we are gaining understanding of the underlying causes of mental health challenges faced by young people and families, and what we can do to help address them. We are greatly appreciative of the opportunity to share this understanding and to provide supports and services in the community," said Bob Lieberman, Kairos CEO.

Kairos collaborates with young people, families, and communities to provide intensive mental health services they support, promote mental wellness, and instill hope. Kairos offers a number of programs that meet immediate, short-term, crisis-initiated needs, as well as longer-term options to address a youth or young adult's mental health concerns. 

Kairos will be setting up an information booth at the Dutch Bros location at 149 S. 7th Street, in Coos Bay. Dutch Bros Coos Bay and North Bend will donate $1 from every drink sold to Kairos, and customers will receive a nine-stamp loyalty card with the purchase of every large drink. Dutch Bros North Bend is located at 940 Virginia Street. Dutch Bros Coos Bay has two locations, one at 149 S. 7th Street, and the other at 843 S. 1st Street. 

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Dutch Bros Stockton Celebrates Grand Opening With Free Drinks

STOCKTON, Calif. (June 5, 2017) – On Saturday, June 10, Dutch Bros will open its first Stockton location at 1665 Pacific Ave. To celebrate, Dutch Bros Stockton will offer free medium drinks that day. 

 

Dutch Bros Stockton is locally owned and operated by Erik Sawyer. Erik has been with Dutch Bros since 2009, when he began working as a barista in Grants Pass, Oregon. Over the next eight years, Erik worked his way up in the company until in 2016, when he earned the Stockton Franchise.

 

“When thinking about my future with Dutch Bros, I couldn’t see myself anywhere else,” said Erik Sawyer, owner of Dutch Bros Stockton. “I am excited to share the Dutch Bros culture with this community and bring the magic that I have experienced with this incredible company to Stockton.”

 

Dutch Bros Stockton, located at 1665 Pacific Ave., and will be opened daily from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. On Saturday, between 5 a.m. and 11 p.m., all medium drinks are free.

 

To follow Dutch Bros Stockton visit Facebook at www.facebook.com/DutchBrosCentralStockton/ or follow them on Instagram @dbcentralstockton.

 

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Dutch Bros Coos Bay and North Bend Raise Over $6,500 To Honor The Life of Shayla Marie Coleman

COOS BAY, Ore. (May 29, 2017) – On Wednesday, May 24, Dutch Bros Coos Bay and North Bend locations held a proceeds day in memory of Shayla Marie Coleman, a Dutch Bros employee who passed away on April 16. Donations continue to flow in from local communities and outside sources, however, the total raised to-date is $6,542.40. 

Shayla was heavily involved with the Coquille High School Cheer team, and the Coos County Search and Rescue. The funds raised will directly benefit both organizations as a tribute to Shayla’s time with them.

“This was a day filled with smiles and tears from our community, employees, and the whole Dutch Bros Family,” said Ken Hiler, owner of Dutch Bros Coos Bay and North Coast. “The support we received was overwhelming at points, filling not only Jeneane and Will Coleman, but everyone who witnessed it, with pride in our communities ability to rally around this cause.”

Dutch Bros North Bend is located at 940 Virginia St. and Coos Bay has two locations located at 149 S. 7th St., and 843 S. 1St St. All three locations are open Sunday through Thursday from 5:30 a.m. to 10 p.m., and Fridays and Saturdays until 11 p.m.

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

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Dutch Bros Rocklin Raises $3,750 for Local Teen Diagnosed with Leukemia

ROCKLIN, Calif. (May 30, 2017) – On Thursday, May 25, Dutch Bros Rocklin Raised $3,750 for Camryn Leigh Stokes, a 17-year-old girl recently diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia.

Camryn is an extremely active teenager. She participates in the wrestling, soccer and track programs at Del Oro High School. She is also involved with multiple church organizations including YoungLife and WyldLife leadership programs.

"We are blessed to see our community rally around Camryn," said Jeremy Mauel, owner of Dutch Bros Gold Country. "We hope this helps ease the financial burden and encourages Camryn through her treatments."

Dutch Bros Rocklin donated proceeds from Thursday, May 25, which directly benefits Camryn as she continues her fight against Leukemia.

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Drink One for Dane Raises Over $1,000,000 to #endALS

GRANTS PASS, Ore. (May 10, 2017) – On Friday, May 5, Dutch Bros locations in all seven states rallied with its communities to raise $970,037 for the Muscular Dystrophy Association to support ALS research and family services. Days after Drink One for Dane, a Dutch Bros vendor made a generous donation, one that enabled Dutch Bros to donate over $1 million towards the fight against ALS.

 

"When one of Dutch Bros vendors, Amhil heard how close we were, they were inspired to help and have made a gift of $30,000 to bring our Drink One for Dane total to $1,000,037," said Jen Wheatley, Dutch Bros Senior Director of Community Affairs.  

 

"We were blown away last year by our community’s support, and raising even more this year is beyond amazing. Our community never ceases to amaze us, and it truly shows by the support they showed on Drink One,” said Travis Boersma, Co-founder, Dutch Bros Coffee. 

 

Every year, on the first Friday of each May, Dutch Bros rallies for its annual Drink One for Dane day. A day that began in 2006 after Dutch Bros co-founder, Dane Boersma was diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, or ALS. Drink One for Dane began as a way to raise funds and awareness for a disease that is not well understood. 

 

In 2009, Dutch Bros lost Dane to this unnerving disease. Drink One for Dane has lived on to honor a man whose wisdom and spirit is still very much a part of Dutch Bros’ day-to-day operations, as well as to raise funds to support the advancement of ALS research and to support family services. 

 

ALS is an unsettling disease that affects the parts of the nervous system responsible for voluntary muscle control, severely hindering the ability to speak, move or even breathe. Those diagnosed with the disease typically lose their battle within three to five years. 

 

The Muscular Dystrophy Association, better known as MDA, is the world’s leader in ALS research. Funds raised on Drink One for Dane benefit this organization as they continue to support families affected by ALS and to further research into this disease for which a cause and a cure are currently unknown. 

 

“How incredibly special that on Drink One for Dane day, the FDA approved the first drug to treat ALS in over 22 years — a proof point reflective of the unprecedented momentum we’re seeing in ALS research,” said MDA Senior Vice President & Scientific Program Director, Grace Pavlath, Ph.D. “On this same special day, the Dutch Bros community came together in honor of Dane and in support of continued progress in the fight against ALS. The incredible results of this year’s Drink One for Dane Day are sure to help MDA make the breakthroughs needed to find treatments and cures for ALS.”  

 

“It’s pretty crazy to think that on the same day there was significant progress made in a treatment," said Travis. "And for me, I am just super grateful.”

 

With the community’s support on Friday, and the donation from Amhil, Dutch Bros was able to donate $1,000,037. Making Dutch Bros' total donation to the MDA over $3.5 million. These funds will continue to support family services and research efforts as the fight against ALS continues. 

 

"With still no cure in sight, the money [Dutch Bros] raises through 'Drink One for Dane' provides the kind of hope which is invaluable for all those who are inflicted with ALS. This hope is what keeps our spirits high, giving us the opportunity to live a more normal life," said Dennis Westling, ALS patient.

 

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Dutch Bros Rocklin to Raise Funds For Local Teen Diagnosed with Leukemia

ROCKLIN, Calif. (May 24, 2017) – On Thursday, May 25, Dutch Bros Rocklin, located at 3450 Sunset Blvd. will donate proceeds from the day to Camryn Leigh Stokes, a 17 year old from Del Oro High School who was recently diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. 

Camryn is an avid athlete that has played soccer, wrestled and ran track at Del Oro. She is also very involved with her church, including attending three Missions Trips to Mexico, and being a YoungLife and a WyldLife leader. Camryn's treatment will be intense, lasting 8-9 months initially, with followup treatment for approximately two years following. 

"Camryn is a fighter with strength beyond her years," said Heather Mauel, owner of Dutch Bros Gold Country. "With grace, she is going to beat this and be a role model for many others."

Dutch Bros Rocklin is located at 3450 Sunset Blvd, and is open 24 hours a day. Proceeds from Thursday, May 25 will directly benefit Camryn as she continues her fight against Leukemia. 

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Dutch Bros Coos Bay to Honor the Life of Shayla Marie Coleman

COOS BAY, Ore. (May 23, 2017) – On Wednesday, May 24, all three Dutch Bros Coos Bay/North Bend locations will donate proceeds to the Coquille High School cheer team and Coos County Search and Rescue. The donations will be made in honor of the late Shayla Marie Coleman, a Dutch Bros Coos Bay employee who passed away on April 16, 2017.

“The impact Shayla had on everyone she met is not best measured in time, but in quality. In her short time at Dutch Bros she lit up the crew with her enthusiasm and made friends with all of us,” said Ken Hiler, owner of Dutch Bros Coos Bay/North Bend. “In honor of what she gave to us, we will hold a proceeds day at all three of our locations in Coos Bay and North Bend.”

On Wednesday, all three locations will donate the day's proceeds equally to both Coquille H.S. Cheer and Coos County S&R, in honor of Shayla Marie Coleman, who was heavily involved with both organizations. 

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

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Dutch Bros Medford Teams Up With Singler Brothers and Raises Over $8,500 For Kids Unlimited

MEDFORD, Ore. (May 23, 2017) – On Friday May 12, Dutch Bros Jackson County partnered with NBA stars Kyle, and E.J. Singer to raise $8,507 for Medford Kids Unlimited. 

To raise the funds, Dutch Bros Medford donated the proceeds from each sale on Friday May 12. In addition, Kyle and E.J. Singler helped hand out drinks and sign autographs from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the Steward and Columbus Dutch Bros location.  

"I love being able to help support the Kids Unlimited Charter School! They offer amazing opportunities for kids in our community," Said Ty Sullivan, owner of Dutch Bros Jackson County. 

Kids Unlimited is a local nonprofit that gives children living in poverty opportunities they might not otherwise have available. They offer sports, arts, music, culinary arts, film, robotics, leadership, science and gardening programs to underprivileged youth in Jackson County.

To follow Dutch Bros Jackson County's journey on Facebook, go to www.facebook.com/DutchBrosCoffeeJacksonCounty/ 

 

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Dutch Bros Spokane Raises over $12,000 For Cure For Cat

SPOKANE, Wash. (May 22, 2017) – On Sunday, May 14, all Dutch Bros Spokane locations raised $12,220 for Cat Davis, a local woman suffering from Scleroderma. 

Cat was diagnosed with a rare form of Systemic Scleroderma, an autoimmune disease that turns her soft tissue into hard tissue. Because Cat's form of Scleroderma is systemic, it also effects her internal organs.

To raise the funds, Dutch Bros Spokane locations sold Medium drinks for $2, and they donated $1 from every drink sold on Sunday May 14, to Cat Davis. "We are so honored to play a small part in what we hope and believe will be a life saving surgery for cat, and a possible cure for Scleroderma," said Kevin Parker, owner of Dutch Bros Spokane. 

In order to combat her disease, Cat will be receiving her second stem cell transplant, this time the stem cells are from her brother Dan. Because Dan is an exact match and he does not have Scleroderma, Cat and her team of doctors are extremely optimistic about the results of her transplant. 

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Dutch Bros Renton to Celebrate Grand Opening With Free Medium Drinks

RENTON, Wash. (May 16, 2017) - On Thursday, May 18, Dutch Bros Renton will celebrate the grand opening of its first location at 735 Hardie Avenue SW, with free medium drinks.

 

“I’m so honored to be opening out first location in Renton. I am truly looking forward to becoming a part of the community,” said Ron Watkins, owner of Dutch Bros Renton. “I’m ready to show Renton what Dutch Bros has to offer, and to share what our culture is all about.”

 

Dutch Bros is the country’s largest privately held, drive-thru coffee company, with over 280 locations and over 7,500 employees in seven states. Dutch Bros serves specialty coffee, smoothies, freezes, teas, Blue Rebel, a private-label energy drink and a recently launched Cold Brew.

 

The Dutch Bros located at 735 Hardie Avenue SW in Renton, WA, will open on Thursday May 18, at 5 a.m. free medium drinks will be served from open until 10 p.m., on the day of the opening.

 

Follow their Journey on Facebook at www.facebook.com/dutchbrosrenton and on instagram @dutchbrosrenton

 

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Dutch Bros Gets Caffeinated with New Edition of Cold Brew

GRANTS PASS, Ore. (May 15, 2017) - Friday, May 19, marks the official launch of Dutch Bros Coffee's, Nitrogen-Infused, Cold Brew Coffee. 

 

On Friday, all Dutch Bros locations will have Cold Brew Coffee available for purchase. Dutch Bros Cold Brew Coffee is made from the company’s private reserve, three-bean blend and water. It is nitrogen infused, and contains no added sweeteners.

 

"I am biased, but this is the best cold brew on the planet," says Travis Boersma, President and Co-Founder Dutch Bros Coffee. 

Handcrafted and chilled from beginning to end to ensure consistency and flavor, Dutch Bros Cold Brew Coffee stays refrigerated from production to the customer’s hands. Dutch Bros Cold Brew is bottled in 11.5-oz. nitrogen-infused cans enabling customers to purchase this ready-to-drink product and drink it at their own leisure while on the go, at work or at home. 

 

The nitrogen infused cold brew is not only loaded with caffeine, but also has numerous benefits. Dutch Bros Cold Brew Coffee is amped up with more caffeine than a typical quad shot of espresso, this is due to the Cold Brew process, coffee being steeped with cold water over a long period of time, instead of the typical hot water steep, which dilutes the caffeine content in espresso. Cold Brew Coffee is also sugar-free, as it is comprised of coffee and water only. Cold Brew Coffee is high in antioxidants, as well as low in acidity.  

 

Dutch Bros Cold Brew can be enjoyed straight from the can or over ice. In true Dutch Bros fashion, its Cold Brew is completely customizable with flavors and milk. 

 

Dutch Bros Cold Brew is of highest of quality due to its use of Dutch Bros private-reserve with beans from Brazil, Colombia and El Salvador. Beans are roasted individually, in Grants Pass, Ore. then blended together to further ensure freshness and quality. The nitrogen infusion enables Dutch Bros Cold Brew Coffee to be creamier and richer than other Cold Brew products because nitrogen does not easily dissolve in water, leading Dutch Bros Cold Brew to be more velvety in nature.  

 

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Dutch Bros Medford Partners With Singler Brothers TO Raise Funds For Kids Unlimited

MEDFORD, Ore. (May 3, 2017) – On Friday, May 12, all Medford Dutch Bros locations will donate proceeds from the day to Kids Unlimited. Local NBA stars Kyle and E.J. Singler will be at the Steward and Columbus location, from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m., serving coffee and meeting fans.

 

Kids Unlimited is a local nonprofit that aims to give children living in poverty access to opportunities they might not otherwise have access to. They offer sports, arts, music, culinary arts, film, robotics, leadership, science and gardening programs, all with the goal of inspiring and motivating underprivileged youth in southern Oregon. 

 

"Kids Unlimited is a great organization that does a lot for children in our community," said Ty Sullivan, owner of Dutch Bros Medford. "We are excited to raise funds for such a good cause and to have two local stars join us in that effort."

 

The proceeds from every drink sold at each Medford Dutch Bros location on Friday May 12, will directly benefit Kids Unlimited and their efforts to increase opportunities for children living in poverty.  

 

Follow their journey on Facebook at www.facebook.com/DutchBrosCoffeeJacksonCounty/

 

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Drink One for Dane Raises Over $970,000 in One Day to #endALS

GRANTS PASS, Ore. (May 10, 2017) – On Friday, May 5, Dutch Bros locations in all seven states rallied with its communities to raise $970,037 for the Muscular Dystrophy Association to support ALS research and family services. 

 

"We were blown away last year by our community’s support, and raising even more this year is beyond amazing. Our community never ceases to amaze us, and it truly shows by the support they showed on Drink One,” said Travis Boersma, Co-founder, Dutch Bros Coffee. 

 

Every year, on the first Friday of each May, Dutch Bros rallies for its annual Drink One for Dane day. A day that began in 2006 after Dutch Bros co-founder, Dane Boersma was diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, or ALS. Drink One for Dane began as a way to raise funds and awareness for a disease that is not well understood. 

 

In 2009, Dutch Bros lost Dane to this unnerving disease. Drink One for Dane has lived on to honor a man whose wisdom and spirit is still very much a part of Dutch Bros’ day-to-day operations, as well as to raise funds to support the advancement of ALS research and to support family services. 

 

ALS is an unsettling disease that affects the parts of the nervous system responsible for voluntary muscle control, severely hindering the ability to speak, move or even breathe. Those diagnosed with the disease typically lose their battle within three to five years. 

 

The Muscular Dystrophy Association, better known as MDA, is the world’s leader in ALS research. Funds raised on Drink One for Dane benefit this organization as they continue to support families affected by ALS and to further research into this disease for which a cause and a cure are currently unknown. 

 

“How incredibly special that on Drink One for Dane day, the FDA approved the first drug to treat ALS in over 22 years — a proof point reflective of the unprecedented momentum we’re seeing in ALS research,” said MDA Senior Vice President & Scientific Program Director Grace Pavlath, Ph.D. “On this same special day, the Dutch Bros community came together in honor of Dane and in support of continued progress in the fight against ALS. The incredible results of this year’s Drink One for Dane Day are sure to help MDA make the breakthroughs needed to find treatments and cures for ALS.”  

 

“It’s pretty crazy to think that on the same day there was significant progress made in a treatment," said Travis. "And for me, I am just super grateful.”

 

With the community’s support on Friday, Dutch Bros was able to donate $970,037. Making Dutch Bros' total donation to the MDA over $3.5 million. These funds will continue to support family services and research efforts as the fight against ALS continues. 

 

"With still no cure in site, the money [Dutch Bros] raises through 'Drink One for Dane' provides the kind of hope which is invaluable for all those who are inflicted with ALS. This hope is what keeps our spirits high, giving us the opportunity to live a more normal life," said Dennis Westling, ALS patient.

 

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Dutch Bros Woodland Raises $3,000 For Family of Jimmy Heredia

WOODLAND, Calif. (April 28, 2017) – On Monday, April 24, Dutch Bros Woodland joined forces with its community to raise $3,000 for the family of Jimmy Heredia.

 

The charismatic 11-year-old boy lost his life in a three-vehicle collision earlier this month. He was huge fan of Dutch Bros and the baristas who served him were eager to help his family cope in any way they could.

 

“We want to say a huge thank you to Woodland for showing up to help this amazing family. We feel blessed to be part of such an incredible community and to help support the Heredia family in this dark time,” said Sean provost, Dutch Bros Woodland owner.

 

On Monday April 24, all Dutch Bros Woodland locations donated the day’s proceeds to the family. Donation buckets were also on-site for customers or members of the community who wanted to donate additional funds to the family.

 

 

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Dutch Bros Coffee House Donates Over $2,250 to College Dreams

GRANTS PASS, Ore. (April 27, 2017) – On Monday, April 17, the Dutch Bros Coffee House on 6th and D Street raised $2,255 for College Dreams.

 

For the past two decades, College Dreams has focused on increasing access to opportunities for success in school, college and careers for low-income and first generation youth throughout the area. 

 

“It’s so bitchin’ to walk into the coffee house and have it so fresh and so clean,” said Travis Boersma, Dutch Bros Coffee co-founder.

 

“It’s fun to have our coffee house re-opened with a brand new facelift! It was a fun day, and the coffee house was full the whole time! We are so excited to give the proceeds to College dreams, for scholarships, there are so many college students that come in to study it just seemed fitting,” said Sara Isabell, regional manager of Dutch Bros Grants Pass. 

 

On the day of the grand reopening, the coffee house sold medium drinks for $1, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The proceeds from that day totaled $2,250 and will directly benefit College Dreams. 

 

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Dutch Bros’ Drink One for Dane Looks to Advance the Fight Against ALS

GRANTS PASS, Ore. (April 28, 2017) - On Friday, May 5, all Dutch Bros locations will celebrate Drink One for Dane by donating proceeds from every drink sold to the Muscular Dystrophy Association to further support Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis research and family services. 

 

May 5 will mark the company’s eleventh year partnering with its community to support the Muscular Dystrophy Association, or MDA. MDA is the world’s leader of in the fight against Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, or ALS.
 

“It’s hard to believe it has been ten years and we hope everyone will join us to make this the best year yet,” said Dutch Bros Co-founder, Travis Boersma. “All of us at Dutch Bros, look forward to the day we celebrate beating ALS.”

 

ALS is a disease that affects the parts of the nervous system that are responsible for muscle movement, and is unforgiving. ALS is a particularly cruel disease because those impacted are well aware of what is going on around them, but unable to control muscle movements such as speaking, breathing or moving. There is currently no cause, or cure for ALS and most people who are diagnosed will typically lose their battle within three to five years. 

 

Drink One for Dane began in 2005, after Dutch Bros co-founder Dane Boersma was diagnosed, as a way to raise awareness and support for a disease that was, and still is, not fully understood. In 2009, the company lost Dane to this incurable disease. Drink One for Dane remains a way to honor the legacy of a man who was known to inspire and positively impact all around him and Dutch Bros will continue this fight until a cure for ALS is discovered.

 

On Friday, Dutch Bros will once again rally with its communities to raise awareness and support for ALS, a disease that affects the lives of many throughout Dutch Bros and its communities. All 283 locations throughout the seven states in which the company operates will donate proceeds from all drinks sold to further support the fight against ALS and to further support family, friends, co-workers, and neighbors who have been touched by this unnerving disease.

 

“At MDA we’re seeing unprecedented progress in the neuromuscular disease field, and it’s inspired us to work harder than ever to find urgently needed solutions for the ALS community,” said MDA Senior Vice President and Scientific Program Director Grace Pavlath, Ph.D. “Thanks in part to Dutch Bros.’ generous support over the last 10 years, MDA’s current ALS investment covers 44 active ALS grants — each of which has the potential to lead to life-changing therapies. Together with Dutch Bros., we’re closing in on the breakthroughs that will lead to treatments and cures.” 

 

To date, Dutch Bros has donated over $2.53 million, with last year bringing in over $758,000: a donation amount the company is looking to surpass this year. Together, we can make a difference to end ALS

 

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

 

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Dutch Bros Astoria Supports The Harbor with $400 Donation

ASTORIA, Ore. (April 27, 2017) – On Tuesday, April 18, Dutch Bros Astoria raised $400 for local nonprofit The Harbor. 

 

The Harbor provides intervention, recovery and support to survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking, in Clatsop County and surrounding areas. That support comes in the form of programs like “Sweet Pea,” which focuses on building safety for pregnant or new mothers, and their emergency service the “Domestic and Sexual Assault Response Team,” which includes partnerships with members of law enforcement and local healthcare providers, as well as a variety of other services. The Harbor serves individuals in Clatsop County over the age of 14, and provides referral services for those under the age of 15.

 

“It’s awesome to see the community come together like this. A huge thank you to everyone that came out to help support The Harbor. It’s a great organization and we feel blessed to be able to support it in any way we can,” said Jared Nunnemaker, Dutch Bros North Coast owner.

 

Dutch Bros Astoria, located at 468 W. Marine Dr., donated $1 from every large drink sold to The Harbor. These Funds will directly benefit the survivors of sexual assault, stalking and domestic violence that The Harbor serves.

 

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Dutch Bros Camelback Rallies with Community to Raise Over $30,000 for Families of Lost Loved Ones

PHOENIX, Ariz. (April 27, 2017) – On Friday, April 21, Dutch Bros Camelback raised $30,200 to support the families, and to honor the lives of Keaton Allison and Karli and Kelsey Richardson.

 

These three young adults passed away after being involved in an automobile collision on Friday, April 14. 

 

“We were completely overwhelmed by the generosity and love poured out by our customers and crew on Friday for the Richardson and Allison families,” said Josh Hayes, general manager of Dutch Bros Phoenix. “We feel so humbled and grateful to be able to provide some support for these families during such a heart-breaking time.”

 

To raise funds, Dutch Bros Camelback donated proceeds from every drink sold. In addition, on April 21, all 16 Dutch Bros locations east of the I-17 provided on-site donation buckets for community members wanting to contribute to these local families in their time of need. Funds will support these families as they enter this unexpected chapter in their lives. 
 

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Dutch Bros Auburn Raises Over $8,800 for Frankie Militano

Auburn, Calif. (April 25, 2017) – On Wednesday, April 18, Dutch Bros Auburn rallied with its community to raise $8,800 for Frankie Militano to help her and her family offset medical expenses. 

 

Frankie is a strong willed, young girl who was recently diagnosed with stage four Neuroblastoma. The two and a half year old and her family are loyal Dutch Bros customers that frequently visit. Frankie’s mother Bethany is a past employee at Dutch Bros Auburn and Bethany’s sister currently works for the company.

 

“We’re blown away by the outpouring of support and generosity of our hometown!” said Jeremy Mauel, owner of Dutch Bros Auburn. “We hope this will help Frankie and her family through this stressful time.” 

 

To raise funds, both Dutch Bros Auburn locations donated proceeds from the day’s sale. The locations also provided on-site donation buckets for community members wanting to contribute more to this local family. These funds will directly benefit Frankie and her family to help offset medical expenses garnered from this unforeseen chapter in their lives.  

 

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Dutch Bros Woodland Remembers Local Child, Jimmy Heredia

WOODLAND, Calif. (April 21, 2017) - On Monday, April 24, Dutch Bros Woodland will donate proceeds from the day’s sales to the family of Jimmy Heredia to help cover medical expense incurred from an unforeseen chapter in their lives.

 

Jimmy Heredia, was known for his bright charisma and huge heart lost his life after being a victim of a three-vehicle collision earlier this month. He was 11 years old. He and his family frequented the Dutch Bros Woodland locations, once the crew heard this tragic news; they wanted to help the family of this young man who brought so much positivity and happiness every time he came through a location.

 

“Our heart goes out to the family and friends of Jimmy,” said Sean Provost, Dutch Bros Woodland owner. “As soon as we heard the news, we knew we wanted to help this family as they face this devastating lost.”

 

On Monday, from 6 a.m. to 12 a.m., both Dutch Bros Woodland locations will donate proceeds from the day’s sales to support the family in their time of need. Dutch Bros Woodland will also provide on-site donation buckets for community members who would like to contribute more. Donated proceeds will directly benefit this local family to help cover medical expenses incurred from unexpected event. 

 

“We are grateful for the compassion and support the Woodland community shows on the daily,” said Sean. “Thank you for your help, in advance as we look to rally for this local family.”

 

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

 

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Dutch Bros Redmond Raises Over $3,500 For Beulah's Place

REDMOND, Ore. (April 19, 2017) – On Friday, April 14, Dutch Bros Redmond celebrated opening its Hwy 97 location by raising $3,554 for Beulah’s Place.

 

This local nonprofit focus is to provide homeless and at-risk youth with help, healing and hope, as well as to lead them away from sexual exploitation by criminals and predators.

 

To raise the funds, and celebrate its grand opening, the Redmond Dutch Bros on Hwy 97 sold all medium drinks for $1. Those proceeds totaled $3,554, and will directly benefit at-risk youth in the Redmond area.

 

Follow the Redmond Dutch Bros’ story on Facebook at facebook.com/DutchBrosCentralOR or on Instagram @instagram.com/dutchbros_centralor

 

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Dutch Bros Carmichael Raises Over $1,700 For Local Animal Shelter

CARMICHAEL, Calif. (April 18, 2017) – On Saturday, April 15, Dutch Bros Carmichael raised $1,759 for the Sacramento Branch of the SPCA.

 

On April 15, Dutch Bros Carmichael donated $1 from every drink sold to Sacramento SPCA. The open admission animal shelter focuses on helping as many local animals as possible. They focus to ensure each animal’s health and behavioral habits are addressed before finding them a home. 

 

The Carmichael Dutch Bros give back day raised $1,759 for the Sacramento branch of the SPCA.

 

The Carmichael location is open from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily. Follow Dutch Bros NE Sacramento’s journey on Facebook at Facebook.com/DutchBrosNESacramento and on instagram @dutchbrosacramento

 

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Dutch Bros Fresno Raises Over $6,400 For Valley Children's Healthcare

FRESNO, Calif. (April 18, 2017) – On Friday, April 14, Dutch Bros Fresno celebrated it’s grand opening and raised $6,453 for Valley Children’s Healthcare.

 

On grand opening day at the Maple Ave. location, all 16-oz. drinks were sold for $1. The proceeds of which were donated to Valley Children’s Healthcare, a local nonprofit children’s hospital. Funds will directly support this local children’s hospital as they continue to provide hope and state-of-the-art health care to youths throughout the area.  

 

This new Fresno location on Maple Ave. is opendaily  from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. Follow Dutch Bros Fresno’s journey on Facebook at Facebook.com/DutchBros Fresno and on Instagram @dutchbrosfresno

 

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Dutch Bros Camelback to Raise Funds for Family Members of Lost Loved Ones

PHOENIX, Ariz. (April 18, 2017) – On Friday, April 21, the Dutch Bros located at 4 W. Camelback Rd. in Phoenix will donate the proceeds from every drink sold to the family of the late Keaton Allison and Karli and Kelsey Richardson.

 

On Friday, April 14, these three young adults lost their lives in a car crash.

 

“We are devastated by the loss of three young lives, one of whom is our employee. We feel for both families and know there are unforeseen costs that come up in these moments,” said Josh Hayes, general manager of Dutch Bros Phoenix. “We want to do anything and everything we can to help ease their loss in these difficult times.” 

 

In addition to donating the proceeds from the Camelback location sales, all Dutch Bros Phoenix-area locations will have on-site donation buckets available on Friday, April 21. These buckets are for community members wanting to contribute to these local families in their time of need and support. Funds will directly support the families with expenses incurred due to this unforeseen chapter in their lives. 

 

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Corvallis Celebrates New Location with Free Drinks

CORVALLIS, Ore. (April 17, 2017) – On Saturday, April 22, Dutch Bros Corvallis will open its newest location at 1500 SW 53rd St. To celebrate, all 16-oz. drinks are free from 5:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. 

 

This new location is locally owned and operated by Bob Lengwin who has been with Dutch Bros since 2002, when he opened his first stand. The 53rd Street location will be his sixth in Corvallis, and open daily from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m.

 

“We are really excited about this location,” says Lengwin. “It’s in a great spot, we have a huge walk up area with heaters, and our Broistas are ready to rock.”

 

This new location on 53rd Street opens on Saturday April 22, at 5:30 a.m. and all 16-oz. drinks at the location are free that day. 

 

Like Dutch Bros Corvallis on Facebook at facebook.com/DutchBrosCorvallis or follow them on instagram @corvallisdb.

 

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Dutch Bros Flagstaff Open 24 hours

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (April 17, 2017) – On Friday April 21, 2017, Dutch Bros Flagstaff located at 301 Regent Street will begin operating 24 hours a day.

 

This location is locally owned and operated by Sam Sanchez, who has been with Dutch Bros since 2007. Sanchez opened Dutch Bros Flagstaff in 2016, and is excited to transition the stand to operating 24 hours.

 

“We have so many people coming by late at night asking us if we were open later.” Said Sanchez. “We felt like the community had a desire and need for us to be open 24 hours and we are really excited to start providing that killer service around the clock!”

 

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Dutch Bros Auburn Rallies for Frankie Militano

AUBURN, Calif. (April 17, 2017) – On Wednesday, April 19, Dutch Bros Auburn will donate proceeds from the day to local Frankie Militano to help offset medical expenses.

 

Frankie Militano, was recently diagnosed with stage four Neuroblastoma, she is 2 and a half years old. Frankie known for her strong–will and energy is embarking on this unforeseen chapter in her young life. Frankie’s mother Bethany worked for Dutch Bros Auburn and has remained a regular at the local stands with her husband and children. They frequently visit Dutch Bros Auburn to visit Bethany’s sister and Frankie’s aunt, Bonnie. When Dutch Bros Auburn heard about little Frankie’s condition they wanted to do something to support this young girl and her family whom have all brought so much happiness and love into their lives. 

 

“It is extremely heartbreaking to see a beautiful child struggle with cancer,” said Jeremy Mauel, Dutch Bros Auburn owner. “We hope we are able to help the Militano’s in this difficult time.”
 

On Wednesday, the two Dutch Bros Auburn locations will donate proceeds from the day’s sales to the Militano’s. They will also have on-site donation buckets for community members wanting to contribute more. Funds will directly support Frankie and her family to help offset medical expenses incurred as they continue on this unexpected journey.

 

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

 

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Dutch Bros Grants Pass Celebrates Grand Reopening of the Coffee House

GRANTS PASS, Ore. (April 14, 2017) – On Monday, April 17, Dutch Bros’ coffee house, located at 332 NW 6th St., will celebrate its grand reopening by donating $1 from every drink sold to College Dreams.

 

On Monday, the Dutch Bros coffee house in Grants Pass will provide the community members with $1 medium drinks from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., including specialty coffee, freezes, teas, smoothies, and Dutch Bros private-label energy drink, Blue Rebel™.

 

“Proceeds from the day will go towards scholarships at College Dreams,” said Sara Isabell, Dutch Bros Grants Pass regional manager. “We love it because the coffee house is a place where people like to study. We are excited for this grand reopening!”

 

The coffee house will donate proceeds from the day to College Dreams. College Dreams is an organization support youth throughout the area, especially those balancing school and life challenges through the promotion of healthy development, success in academia and the preparation for college. On Monday, funds raised from this grand reopening will directly benefit College Dreams as they continue to work with students as they look to pursue higher education.

 

“Revamping and improving all of our retail outlets in Grants Pass has been top priority for some time and the coffee house is what I’m most excited about,” said Travis Boersma, Co-founder Dutch Bros Coffee.  “With our quest to relocate into the heart of Grants Pass and make a cultural and economic impact we are well on our way.”

 

The Dutch Bros coffee house in Grants Pass was closed for a remodel. A local place where many go to study or rendezvous with friends, this remodel will further support and serve community members. Open daily from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., customers will be able to gain a more in depth look at the Dutch Bros culture while being served good coffee in a more homey-environment, in the city where it all began.

 

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Dutch Bros Greater-Phoenix Raises Over $41,000 for Local Children’s Hospital

PHOENIX, Ariz. (April 13, 2017) – On Friday, April 7, all Dutch Bros locations in the greater Phoenix-area partnered together with the community to raise $41,941 for the Phoenix Children’s Hospital.

 

“We have worked with Phoenix Children’s for the last four years, and have found it to be an incredible partnership!” said Josh Hayes, Dutch Bros Phoenix general manager. “The impact they have on the community is incredible, and it’s such an honor to know we are participating in that through the windows at each of our stores!”

 

An organization that strives to provide hope and health to children and their families, the Phoenix Children’s Hospital offers children and teens throughout the area top healthcare through a variety of services of programs. This local nonprofit has six centers, staffed with around 1,000 specialists in pediatric care to further ensure that needs involving inpatient, outpatient, trauma, and emergency care are met to all children and teens who comes through the hospital doors.

 

On April 7, a day dubbed, “Day of Giving”, all Dutch Bros locations in the greater Phoenix-area donated $1 from every drink sold. These locations also provided on-site donation buckets for community members who wanted to contribute more to the children’s hospital. These funds will support the hospital as they continue to provide top healthcare and hope to youth and their families as they seek to receive treatments and support. 

 

“Thank you to everyone who came out and supported the day, and for making this the biggest giveback we have done to date!” said Josh.

 

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Dutch Bros Tri-Cities Hosts “Framed with Dutch Luv” with Habitat for Humanity

TRI-CITIES, Wash. (April 13, 2017) - On Friday, April 14, Dutch Bros Tri-Cities will donate $1 from every drink sold to Habitat for Humanity.

 

Habitat for Humanity is a nonprofit organization that strives to build not only homes for community members in need, but to also instill a sense of community and hope through bringing people together to build homes. This organization wants to work with the community to, one day, see its vision of everyone having a decent place to live come to life.  

 

On Friday, a day dubbed, “Framed with Dutch Luv”, Dutch Bros Tri-Cities will partner with Habitat for Humanity to raise funds in order to help frame a house for a local family in the area. All Dutch Bros locations in Tri-Cities will donate $1 from every drink sold to Habitat for Humanity, these funds will support this local nonprofit as they continue to build houses for families in need throughout the Tri-Cities area.

 

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

 

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Dutch Bros Astoria is Donating $1 From Every Large Drink Sold To Local Nonprofit

Astoria, Ore. (April 13, 2017) – On Tuesday April 18, Dutch Bros Astoria located at 468 W. Marine Dr., will donate $1 from every large drink sold to The Harbor.   

 

“We are excited to host a give back day for The Harbor,” said Jared Nunnemaker, Dutch Bros North Coast owner. “We want to help bring about more awareness of the services they offer for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.”

 

The Harbor, a local nonprofit, helps victims of domestic and sexual violence in Clatsop County. Through a range of intervention services, including stalking, safety planning, emergency shelter, this organization helps provide hope and support to survivors throughout the area. Additionally, they run a thrift store called Déjà Vu to raise funds to further support the organization’s services.

 

“It’s truly rewarding to help out a local organization that lends a helping hand to so many in our community,” said Jared.

 

On Friday, Dutch Bros Astoria will donate $1 from every large drink sold to The Harbor. Funds will directly benefit this organization as they continue support survivors of sexual assault, stalking and domestic violence.

 

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Dutch Bros Carmichael Supports Local Animals

CARMICHAEL, Calif. (April 11, 2017) – On Saturday, April 15, Dutch BrosCarmichael, located at 4625 Manzanita Ave., will donate $1 from every drink sold to the Sacramento SPCA.

 

The Sacramento SPCA is a local nonprofit that accepts all animals that come their way: age, health, breed, and behavior does not play a factor into the animal’s acceptance into the shelter.

 

“Our customers come in all shapes and sizes and sometimes they have fur! We are passionate about animals and in Sacramento there are too many pets and not enough homes,” said Dutch Bros Sacramento owner, Nikol Grubbs. “Please help support the Sacramento SPCA by simply buying a drink. $1 from your purchase helps stray and unwanted pets in our community!”

 

On Saturday, $1 from every drink sold will directly benefit the Sacramento SPCA. These funds will support this local organization as they continue to provide programs and services that positively impacts the livelihood of animals throughout the Sacramento area.

 

“From spay/neuter programs, foster programs to adoptions, the Sacramento SPCA mission is to serve our furry friends! Thank you so much for your support!” said Nikol.

 

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Dutch Bros Fresno Celebrates Newest Location with Valley Children's Healthcare

Fresno, Calif. (April 10, 2017) – On Friday, April 14, Dutch Bros Fresno located at 10033 N. Maple Ave. will celebrate its grand opening by providing its community all 16-oz. drinks for $1 with proceeds from the day supporting the Valley Children’s Healthcare.

 

“We are so stoked to be able to open a location in North Fresno,” said Genesis Wilson, Dutch Bros Fresno owner. “We have been getting great feedback from the local community and look forward to serving them and spreading some Dutch Luv!” 

 

On Friday, from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m., this new location will provide all 16-oz. will be $1, including specialty coffee, freezes, frosts, smoothies, and Dutch Bros private-label energy drink, Blue Rebel™. Funds will directly support this local children’s hospital as they strive to provide high-quality healthcare services in a state-of-the-art facility in hope to continue to improve the health and wellbeing of the children they serve.

 

 “Every dollar brought in during our grand opening will go directly to the Valley Children’s Hospital again this year,” said Genesis. “And we are grateful to all our customers and our community that enables us to give back like this.”

 

Dutch Bros Fresno is located owned and operated by husband and wife duo, Brent and Genesis Wilson. This new location on N. Maple Ave. will open daily from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m.

 

“We are so grateful to be opening our fifth location,” said Genesis.

 

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Dutch Bros Redmond Celebrates Newest Locations with $1 Drinks

REDMOND, Ore. (April 10, 2017) - On Friday, April 14, Dutch Bros will celebrate its newest location at 1990 S. Hwy 97 in Redmond with $1 medium drinks with proceeds benefitting Beulah’s Place.

 

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

 

Funds from this grand opening celebration will directly benefit Beullah’s Place. This local nonprofit strives to provide a shelter and rehabilitation center for local teens throughout the area.

 

Kaelyn and Josh Costa, local owners and operator, have grown up with Dutch Bros, and were able to learn and grow under Kaelyn’s parents Bill and Carol Smith, who began the Dutch Bros franchise in Central Oregon in 2004. Kaelyn and Josh have transitioned to the franchise role in Central Oregon—this new location in Redmond will be the duo’s tenth location.

 

“We are super excited for the new Redmond location!” said Kaelyn Costa. “Customers have been asking for a store on the south end for a while now and we are thrilled to be able to serve more, employ more, and love on more with this new store opening!”

 

This new Dutch Bros location in Redmond will be open Sunday through Thursday from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. and on Friday’s and Saturday’s from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. To follow Dutch Bros Redmond journey and to stay up-to-date with promotion and specials like them on Facebook at facebook.com/DutchBrosCentralOR or follow them on Instagram at instagram.com/dutchbros_centralor

 

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Dutch Bros Greater Phoenix Celebrates “Day of Giving” with the Phoenix Children Hospital

PHOENIX, Ariz. (April 4, 2017) - On Friday, April 7, Dutch Bros locations throughout the greater Phoenix-area will donate $1 from every drink sold to the Phoenix Children’s Hospital.

 

The Phoenix Children’s Hospital is a local nonprofit strives to provide hope and health to children and their families to every child and teen that comes through its doors. One of the largest hospitals for children in the country, the Phoenix Children’s Hospital has six centers staffed with around 1,000 specialists in pediatric care to ensure that inpatient, outpatient, trauma, and emergency care needs are available to all children who are in need of these services.

 

“Phoenix Children’s Hospital is one of our favorite organizations to work with,” said Josh Hayes, General Manager, Dutch Bros East of I-17 in Phoenix.  “They do so many wonderful things for the community through their one of a kind facility! In the next 5 years, 1-in-4 children in Arizona will be treated there, we are so happy and humbled to support their efforts.”

 

On Friday, a day dubbed: “Day of Giving”, all Dutch Bros locations in the greater Phoenix-area will donate $1 from every drink sold to Phoenix Children’s Hospital. The locations will also provide on-site donation buckets for community members wanting to contribute more. These funds will directly benefit the hospital as they continue to provide top healthcare and hope to youth in the community through various services and programs.

 

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

 

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Dutch Bros Prescott Valley Join Forces with its Community to Raises $1,225 for Local Animals

PRESCOTT VALLEY, Ariz. (March 29, 2017) – On Saturday, March 25 Dutch BrosPrescott Valley partnered with its community to raise $1,225 for the Yavapai Humane Society.

 

“We want to give a huge thank you to the community to for the love and support that you have show the Yavapai Humane Society!” said Jazmin Evenson, Dutch Bros Prescott Valley owner. “Together we raised $1,225 for them and we can personally say this will have a great impact.”

 

The Yavapai Humane Society is a local nonprofit that strives to protect companion animals’ wellbeing. Through health and safety programs and services this humane society is able serve these local animals. The organization raises awareness for these animals in order to find each one their forever home.

 

“Not only were we able to raise money but we were able to talk about the humane society to our customers,” said Jazmin. “We hope that when people think about getting a new pet into their home they go and visit the Yavapai Humane Society!“ 

 

To raise funds, Dutch Bros Prescott Valley donated $1 from every drink sold on March 25. Funds will directly benefit the Yavapai Humane Society as they continue to find local animals loving and caring forever homes.  

 

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Dutch Bros Carson City Raises $3,500 for Local High School

CARSON CITY, Nev. (March 22, 2017) – On Sunday, March 19, Dutch BrosCarson City celebrated its newest location and donated $3,500 to Carson High School.

 

On Sunday, Dutch Bros Carson City introduced the new location to the community and sold all 16-oz. drinks for $1. All the funds raised on grand opening day will benefit Carson High School as they continue to encourage students to reach their highest potential.

 

“We are so excited to have a second location and have such a great turnout to support the school!” said Jill Head, Dutch Bros Carson City owner. “Both of our shops have such wonderful customers and we are thrilled that we can provide more opportunities for events at both now!”

 

This new Carson City location will be open daily from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. To follow Dutch Bros Carson City’s journey and recieve the latest promotion information, like them on Facebook at, facebook.com/DutchBrosCarsonCityNV or follow them on Instagram at instagram.com/dutchbroscarson.

 

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Dutch Bros Locations East of the I-17 Raises $13,500 for March of Dimes

PHOENIX, Ariz. (March 22, 2017) – On Friday, March 17, Dutch Bros locations east of the I-17 celebrated St. Patrick’s Day by raising $13,500 to support the Arizona Chapter of March of Dimes.

 

“We can’t express enough thanks to everyone who was able to make it out to support our efforts to assist the March of Dimes with their wonderful cause!” said Josh Hayes, Dutch Bros Phoenix regional manager.

 

March of Dimes has a local Arizona chapter, which continues to serve babies in the area. March of Dimes is focused on the health of all babies. Through research and awareness, the organization strives to give all babies a chance for a healthy and happy life.

 

“We had the opportunity to hear many special stories about how their organization blessed families that we serve daily and how it helped them get to where they are now!” said Josh. “This is a day we won’t soon forget.”

 

To raise funds, all 16 Dutch Bros locations east of the I-17 donated proceeds from the day’s sales. They also provided on-site donation buckets for community members wanting to contribute more to this organization. These funds will directly benefit March of Dimes as they continue research efforts in hopes of preventing birth defects, premature births and infant mortally.

 

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Dutch Bros Prescott Valley Supports Local Animals

PRESCOTT VALLEY, Ariz. (March 22, 2017) - On Saturday, March 25, Dutch BrosPrescott Valley will partner with its community in support of the Yavapai Humane Society.

 

The Yavapai Humane Society is a local nonprofit that is committed to protecting companion animals’ wellbeing through various health and safety programs and services. The organization strives to raise awareness for these animals and to ultimately find each one their forever homes.

 

“We love our furry customers,” said Jazmin Evenson, Dutch Bros Prescott Valley owner. “We are very excited to support Yavapai Humane Society as they help more animals.”

 

On Saturday, Dutch Bros Prescott Valley will donate $1 from every drink sold to the Yavapai Humane Society. Funds will directly benefit this Humane Society as they work towards finding all companion animals in the area with a positive and loving home.

 

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Dutch Bros Carson City Celebrates Newest Location by supporting Carson High School

CARSON CITY, Nev. (March 15, 2017) – On Sunday, March 19, Dutch BrosCarson City will celebrate its newest location at 1621 E. William St. by providing its community with 16-oz. drinks for $1 and all proceeds will benefit Carson High School.

 

On Sunday, all 16-oz. drinks including specialty coffee, freezes, smoothies, frosts, and Dutch Bros private label energy drink, Dutch Bros Blue Rebel™ will be $1. 

 

Dutch Bros Carson City is locally owned and operated by husband and wife duo Andy and Jill Head, who have been with Dutch Bros since 2005. This new location will the couple’s second location in the area, and  open daily from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m.

 

“We hope that our community knows how much we appreciate them and their support for the last nine and a half years,” said local owners, Andy and Jill Head. “This community has truly become our family.”

 

Proceeds from the day will benefit Carson High School as they continue to support and educate the youth of Carson City.

 

Like Dutch Bros Carson City on Facebook at facebook.com/DutchBrosCarsonCityNV or follow them on Instagram at instagram.com/dutchbroscarson.

 

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Dutch Bros Chico Rallied with its Community to Raise $9,000 on World Kidney Day

CHICO, Calif. (March 15, 2017) – On Thursday, March 9, Dutch Bros Chico partnered with the community to raise $9,000 for the National Kidney Foundation.

 

The National Kidney Foundation is a nonprofit organization that strives to better the well-being of those who have, or are at-risk of having kidney disease. Through awareness, prevention and treatment, the National Kidney Foundation’s goal is to increase its efforts of educating the community about kidney disease and its affects.

 

Dan Richardson, Dutch Bros Chico owner, is avid about supporting this foundation as this disease has affected his family and a close friend. Through these relationships and to further bring awareness to the disease, he was inspired to get involved with this organization.

 

 

On World Kidney Day, Thursday, March 9, all Dutch Bros Chico location donated proceeds from the day to benefit this organization. Funds will directly benefit the National Kidney Foundation as they continue to enhance the livelihood of those with the disease, or are at-risk of contracting it.

 

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Dutch Bros Locations East of I-17 Supports Babies with March of Dimes

PHOENIX, Ariz. (March 14, 2017) – On Friday, March 17, Dutch Bros locations east of the I-17 will donate proceeds from the day to support March of Dimes.

 

March of Dimes started with the goal to fund the research end polio, as it was known: a goal that was accomplished with the invention of the polio vaccination due to March of Dimes funding. March of Dimes is now focused on the health of babies. Research funded through this organization leads to the awareness and research to combat birth defects, premature births and infant mortality.

 

“We are so honored to have the opportunity to partner with March of Dimes to assist their efforts to further research and continue to focus on preventing birth defects and infant mortality,” said Josh Hayes, Dutch Bros Phoenix regional manager.

 

On Friday, all 16 Dutch Bros locations east of the I-17 will donate proceeds from the day to March of Dimes. These funds will support the nonprofit as it continues to fight for little ones in Arizona and throughout the country through research and advanced awareness.

 

“Thanks to everyone who comes out to support us for this great cause,” said Josh. “Your morning, afternoon or evening drink will help so much!”

 

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

 

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Dutch Bros Gresham's Grand Opening Raises Over $4,000 for SnowCap

GRESHAM, Ore. (March 9, 2017) - On Saturday, March 4, Dutch Bros Gresham celebrated its newest location with a community giveback and raised $4,080 for SnowCap.

 

SnowCap, a local nonprofit, strives to provide members throughout the community with basic resources such as food and clothing. This organization provides a wide array of services including an emergency food program, clothes closet, a mobile food pantry, a community garden, and many more. These services support local men, women and children who are in need of assistance.

 

To raise funds, this new Dutch Bros location at 1239 NE Kane Dr. provided all 16-oz. drinks for $1, including specialty coffee, freezes, smoothies, teams, and our private label energy drink, Dutch Bros Blue Rebel™. These funds will support SnowCap as they continue to support members in the community with basic living necessities.

 

Dutch Bros Gresham is locally owned and operated by Curt Hugo. This new location will be his seventh throughout the Gresham and Portland area, and will be opened daily from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m.

 

Continue to stay up-to-date with local special and promotions by liking Dutch BrosGresham on Facebook at facebook.com/DutchBrosGreshamOR or follow them on Instagram at instagram.com/dutchbrosgreshamburnside.

 

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Dutch Bros Boise Raises $10,000 for Junior Achievement Idaho

BOISE, Idaho (March 7, 2017) – On Friday, March 3, Dutch Bros Boise partnered with its community to raise $10,000 for Junior Achievement of Idaho.

 

Through hands-on programs and services, Junior Achievement Idaho provides education on many subjects, such as, financial literacy, college and career preparation and entrepreneurial skills. This organization strives to teach students skills that will further help them succeed as they embark on adulthood.

 

“Our Boise community never ceases to amaze us,” said Brian Wight, Dutch Bros Boise owner. “They really came out in full-force to support this awesome organization: one that truly impacts the futures of so many of our local youth, in a such positive way.”

 

To raise funds, Dutch Bros Boise donated $1 from ever drink sold on Friday, March 3. Funds will support Junior Achievement of Idaho as they continue to provide local youth throughout Idaho with education and programs to enhance their critical thinking and problem solving skills, as well as inspire and prepare them for a successful future.

 

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Dutch Bros Greater-Sacramento to Raise over $66,800 in Honor of Fallen CHP Officer Lucas Chellew

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (March 7, 2017) - On Friday, March 3, Dutch Broslocations throughout the greater Sacramento-area joined forces with its community to raise $66,877.32 to honor the life of fallen California Patrol Officer, Lucas Chellew and to support his family in their unforeseen time of need.

 

“In the wake of tragedy, we strive to bring hope and a sense of community to Sacramento,” said Nikol Grubbs, Dutch Bros NE Sacramento owner. “Our thoughts and prayers are with the Chellew family and his law-enforcement brothers and sisters. Thank you to everyone who showed up for their generosity and love -you made this day a bright light in a hard time.”

 

CHP Officer Chellew lost his life in the line of duty. A man known for his devotion, selflessness and valor, Chellew, 31, followed in his father CHP footsteps. A proactive community member, a loving husband and father of two small children was cherished by so many, and will be missed. 

 

On Friday, Dutch Bros locations in Auburn, Citrus Heights, Davis, Dixon, Elk Grove, Fair Oaks, Granite Bay, Rocklin, Roseville, Sacramento, and Woodland came together with its community to continue to honor the life of a man that helped protect their wonderful community. Locations donated proceeds from the day, as well as had on-site donation bucket for those community members wanting to contribute more. There was even a customer in Granite Bay who donated $5,000 to support the family. Funds will directly support Chellew’s family as they transition into this unexpected chapter of their lives.

 

“I couldn’t be more proud of our community who showed up to support the family of officer Chellew. It was amazing. It’s our honor to serve as a platform for our community to support someone who served their community so bravely,” said Kyle Garrett, Dutch BrosElk Grove owner. 

 

For those who want to contribute, but were unable to make it to a Dutch Bros location on Friday, donations can be made to the family through the C.A.H.P. Credit Union.

 

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Dutch Bros Celebrates New Carmichael Location with Free Drinks

CARMICHAEL, Calif. (March 7, 2017) – On Saturday, March 11, Dutch Bros will celebrate its newest location at 4625 Manzanita Ave. by providing its community with free 16-oz. drinks.

 

On Saturday, all 16-oz. drinks, including specialty coffee, freezes, frosts, teas, and Dutch Bros energy drink, Blue Rebel™ will be free from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m.

 

“We are super stoked to bring Dutch Luv to the community of Carmichael,” said Dutch Bros NE Sacramento owner Nikol Grubbs. “We are so grateful to our customers and crew for helping us to grow in the Sacramento area.”

 

Dutch Bros Carmichael is locally owned and operated by Steve and Nikol Grubbs. This new location will join the Grubbs three other stores in NE Sacramento, Fair Oaks and Citrus Heights. Dutch Bros Carmichael will operate a single drive-thru model with a walk-in feature. This walk-in feature will enable the community to further enjoy a hands-on Dutch Bros experience.  This locations will be open from Thursday from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. and on Fridays and Saturday from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m.

 

Follow Dutch Bros Carmichael on Facebook at facebook.com/DutchBrosNESacramento/ and on Instagram at www.instagram.com/dutchbrosacramento to stay up-to-date with local specials and promotions.

 

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Dutch Bros Chico Rallies for the National Kidney Foundation

CHICO, Calif. (March 6, 2017) – On Thursday, March 9, Dutch Bros Chico will join forces with the community to support the National Kidney Foundation, by donating proceeds from the day’s sales. 

 

Dutch Bros Chico owner Dan Richardson has had a family member that was the recipient of a kidney donation and he was further inspired by his neighbor. These two events motivated him to get involved with and support the national Kidney Foundation. 

 

“We got involved with National Kidney Foundation a few years ago when my neighbor decided to donate a kidney to a stranger, and then run a double-marathon to raise awareness about organ donation,” said Dan Richardson, Dutch Bros Chico owner. “I also have a cousin, and an uncle who have donated kidneys to two of my cousins. This is a cause that is truly near and dear to my he

 

On Thursday, in honor of World Kidney Day, Dutch Bros Chico will donate proceeds from the day’s sales to the National Kidney Foundation. This nonprofit foundation strives to increase awareness, prevention and treatment of kidney disease. Funds raised on March 9 will directly benefit this organization as they continue to enhance the lives of those who have, or are at risk of facing kidney disease. 

 

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Dutch Bros Boise Rallies for the Junior Achievement of Idaho

BOISE, Idaho (March 1, 2017) – On Friday, March 3, Dutch Bros Boise will donate proceeds from the day to Junior Achievement of Idaho.

 

Junior Achievement of Idaho strives to inform students around the area about financial literacy, college and career preparation, as well as entrepreneurship skills. Through hands-on programs and services, this organizations teaches students skills that will help them succeed in their future endeavors. 

 

“It is truly amazing that we have the opportunity to support an organization that does so much for children in our communities,” said Brian Wight, Dutch Bros Boise owner.

 

All nine locations in the Boise will donate proceeds from March 3 to Junior Achievement of Idaho. Funds raised will directly benefit Junior Achievement of Idaho as they continue to provide local youth in the community with valuable skills such as critical thinking, problem solving, and many more that not only inspire, but prepare these young community members to be successful in their lives. 

 

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

 

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Dutch Bros Celebrates Newest Gresham Location with a Community Giveback

GRESHAM, Ore. (March 1, 2017) – On Saturday, March 4, Dutch BrosGresham-PDX opens the doors to its newest location at 1239 NE Kane Dr. To celebrate, all 16-oz. drinks will be $1 with proceeds from the day benefiting SnowCap

 

SnowCap is a local nonprofit organization that is dedicated to provide the community members in need with resources such as food and clothing. Through services like an emergency food program, clothes closets, a mobile food pantry, a community garden, and many more, SnowCap is able to support local community in need of assistance.

 

“We are especially thrilled to be able to donate the proceeds from our Grand Opening Day to Snowcap Community Charities, who we have partnered with many times over the last 14 years,” said local owner Curt Hugo.

 

On Saturday, March 4, from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. all 16-oz. drinks including specialty coffee, smoothies, freezes and our private label energy drink, Dutch Bros Blue Rebel™, will be $1.

 

Funds from the day will directly benefit this local nonprofit as they continue to provide community members in need with food and other basic living necessities.

 

Dutch Bros Gresham-PDX is locally owned and operated by Curt Hugo. This new location will be his seventh location, joining his other stands in the Gresham and the Portland area. 

 

“We are excited to bring another Dutch Bros location to East Gresham,” said Curt. “We are looking forward to continuing to serve the amazing people of Gresham.”

 

Like Dutch Bros Gresham on Facebook at facebook.com/DutchBrosGreshamOR or follow them on Instagram at instagram.com/dutchbrosgreshamburnside to stay up-to-date with local promotions.

 

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Dutch Bros Greater-Sacramento Supports Family of Fallen CHP Officer Lucas Chellew

ELK GROVE, Calif. (March 1, 2017) – On Friday, March 3, Dutch Bros locations throughout the greater-Sacramento area will donate proceeds from the day to honor the life of fallen California Highway Patrol officer, Lucas Chellew.
 

Lucas Chellew, 31, lost his life in the line of duty. Chellew, who followed in his father’s CHP footsteps, was known for his dedication, selflessness and courage. He will be missed by many in the community. A husband, and father to two young children, funds raised on March 3 will support his family as they transition into this unforeseen chapter in their lives.
 

“CHP does so much to protect our community, we want to show our appreciation and gratitude for everything they do,” said Kyle Garrett, Dutch Bros Elk Grove owner. “Even though we know raising money to help his family in this tragic time will not heal any of their pain, we truly hope to ease the transition as much as we can.”
 

On Friday, Dutch Bros locations in Citrus Heights, Davis, Dixon, Elk Grove, Fair Oaks, Granite Bay, Roseville, Sacramento, and Woodland will honor the life, service and sacrifice Chellew made. Proceeds from the day’s sales will directly support his family in their time of need. Dutch Bros locations will also have on-site donation buckets for those waiting to contribute more. Donations can also be made to the family through the C.A.H.P. Credit Union.
 

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

 

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Luv Won this Valentine’s Day as Dutch Bros Donated Over $251,600 to Local Food Organizations

GRANTS PASS, Ore. (Feb. 24, 2017) – Every Valentines Day is Dutch Luv Day, all Dutch Bros locations partner with their communities to show love to local community members in need of food. This year, Dutch Bros was able to raise $251,671 to support local organizations as they continue to provide healthy and nutritious food for those in need.

 

“We are so lucky to have amazing customers who support us when we ask,” said Dutch Bros Co-Founder, Travis Boersma. “When we are able to come together to support our communities it’s inspiring how much we can accomplish.”

 

On Tuesday, Feb. 14, all Dutch Bros locations throughout the seven states in which the company operates donated $1 from every drink sold to local food organizations. These local organizations provide meals, food programs and assistance to local men, women and children who are in need of support. They provide support to community members in various ways, with a core mission at heart: to end hunger, as we know it.

 

Dutch Bros moved away from donating canned food on Dutch Luv Day to donating $1 from every drink sold two years ago. On average, $1 enables local organizations to purchase a plethora of healthy and nutritious food to local community members. This monetary donation not only saves them time from sorting through food that may be expired, or not up-to proper food standards, but also provides more meals for the community.

 

Last Dutch Bros donated $234,030, equaling over 1.6 million pounds of food, or over 1.3 millions meals to local organization. This year, with the help of its community, they were able to increase its donation by $17,641 for a total of $251,671. This donation will allow local organizations to purchase up to 1,761,697 pounds food.

 

“The fact that there are so many in our communities that are working and stretching to make ends meet,” continued Travis. “If we can help them access nutritious food that makes all of us at Dutch Bros smile.” 

 

To see, in alphabetical order by state and city, local organizations that Dutch Bros is supporting in 2017 on Dutch Luv Day, click here.

 

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Community Unites with Dutch Bros Goodyear to Raise Over $5,000 in Honor of the Life of Ash Farley

GOODYEAR, Ariz. (Feb. 24, 2017) – On Monday, Feb. 20, Dutch BrosGoodyear, located at 14160 W. Indian School Rd., rallied with its community to raise $5,496 in support of the Farley family and in memory of Ash Farley.

 

On Wednesday, Feb. 1, Ashley Farley, well known as “Ash”, unexpectedly lost his life to a blood clot in his leg. Ash, a local Goodyear resident and beloved Dutch Bros customer, was known for his compassionate heart, radiant personality and stellar mustache. In his memory, the giveback day was dubbed “#mustASHmonday” and mustache stickers were given out to participating customers. Ash was an incredible husband to his wife Danielle, loving father to their seven children and caring friend to all.

 

“What surreal experience to be a part of something so special,” said Charles Swindler, Dutch Bros West Valley Arizona’s regional manager. “It was obvious the impact Ash had on people, as so many of the community came in to show their love!”

 

To raise funds, Dutch Bros Goodyear donated $1 from every drink sold from the day to the Farley family. Proceeds raised will help the Farleys as they transition through this unforeseen chapter of their lives. To help share a better world, along with the amount raised, local Dutch Bros West Valley owner Caleb Berkey is sending the Farley family to Disneyland in honor of Ash’s life.

 

“We are beyond thankful to have had the opportunity to pair up with the community and serve in this way!” said Charles.

 

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Dutch Bros Beaverton Raises Over $3,000 for Make-A-Wish Oregon

BEAVERTON, Ore. (Feb. 23, 2017) – On Friday, Feb. 17, Dutch Bros locations in Beaverton, Aloha and Raleigh Hills raised $3,050 for Beaverton High School’s Jam the Dam event in support of Make-A-Wish Oregon.

 

Beaverton High School’s Jam the Dam event spans over a week known as “Week of Wishes”. During this week students partnered with their community to raise funds for Make-A-Wish. Jam the Dam main event consists of back-to-back Junior Varsity and Varsity basketball games paired with a silent auction. All funds raised directly benefit Make-A-Wish Oregon as they continue to provide hope and grant wishes to local children with life-threatening conditions.

 

“This was our 9th year working with Beaverton’s Jam the Dam,” said Tina Thompson, Dutch Bros Beaverton owner. “It was a pleasure working with the students to put on this event. “ 

 

On Friday, Feb. 17, all three Dutch Bros Beaverton locations donated proceeds from the day’s sales to Jam the Dam in benefit of Make-A-Wish Oregon.

 

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Dutch Bros Welcomes New Location in Phoenix

PHOENIX, Ariz. (Feb. 22, 2017) – On Saturday, Feb. 25, Dutch Broswelcomes a new location in Phoenix at 3045 E. Indian School Rd. To celebrate this opening, all 16-oz. drinks will be free.

 

On grand opening day, all 16-oz. drinks including specialty coffee, freezes, smoothies, and Dutch Bros Blue Rebel™ will be free from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m.

 

“Dutch Bros Arizona and our 600 local employees are so happy and excited to be able to build our 16th Valley store at this great location,” said local owner, Jim Thompson.

 

This new Dutch Bros location will operate the company’s traditional drive-thru model and will be open daily from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m.

 

Jim Thompson locally owns and operates all locations east of the I-17, this new Dutch Bros will be his 16th location in the area. Like Dutch Bros Arizona on Facebook at facebook.com/DutchBrosArizona or follow them on Instagram at instagram.com/dutchbrosarizona

 

“We appreciate your business and will work hard to earn it everyday,” said Jim.

 

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Dutch Bros Springfield Supports Firefighters as They Climb for a Cure

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. (Feb. 22, 2017) –  On Friday, Feb. 24, Dutch Bros Springfield’s Gateway location, at 3256 Gateway St., is partnering with the Springfield and Eugene Fire Departments as they prepare for the 26th annual Scott Firefighter Stairclimb by matching all donations raised from from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. to benefit of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.

 

This year marks as the 26th annual Scott Firefighter Stairclimb event hosted by the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS). The LLS is dedicated to the research of blood cancers, they also strive to provide patient support services that improve quality of life for patients and their families. Firefighters across the United States participate annually in the 788 ft. stair climb in support of raising funds and awareness about blood cancer.

 

“This is an exciting opportunity for us to give back to a cause that effects many people around us, customers, family, and loved ones alike,” said local Springfield owner, Chris Stewart. “It’s also a chance for us to thank the brave men and women of the Springfield and Eugene Fire Departments for risking their lives on a daily basis to save so many others.”

 

On Friday, from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m., the Springfield and Eugene firefighters will team up to take part in the Scott Firefighter Stairclimb and simultaneously raise funds through donations at the Gateway Dutch Bros, located at 3256 Gateway St. Dutch Bros Springfield will match the donation total brought in on location on Friday in support of the firefighters and the LLS as they fight for those battling blood cancer and continue their research in finding a cure for leukemia, lymphoma and myeloma.

 

“Thank you to the Springfield and Eugene Fire Departments for allowing us to take part in such a unique and special event. Hope to see everyone Friday!“ 

 

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Dutch Bros Goodyear Honors the Late Ashley Farley

GOODYEAR, Ariz. (Feb. 16, 2017) - On Monday, Feb. 20, Dutch Bros Goodyear, located at 14160 W. Indian School Rd., will donate $1 from every drink sold from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. to honor the memory of Ashley Farley and to support his family in their time of need.

 

On Feb. 1, Ashley Farley, more commonly known as “Ash”, unexpectedly lost his life to a blood clot. Ash, a Goodyear local, was a regular at Dutch Bros. He was known at the stand and throughout the community for his adventurous spirit, for his vivacious personality and for his audacious mustache. As soon as Dutch Bros Goodyear heard the news, they wanted to show their support for Ash’s wife, Danielle and for their seven children. Ash’s genuine personality and ability to brighten up the lives of all those around him will be missed dearly.

 

“We have know Ash for almost three years, he was one of our first regulars when the Goodyear location opened,” said Charles Swindler, Dutch Bros West Valley Phoenix regional manager. “Ash was like family, always bringing a huge smile and good vibes when he came to the store. He was always talking about his family. Ash loved being a dad, and was always talking about his kids and wife.”

 

On Feb. 20, a day dubbed “#mustASHmonday”, Dutch Bros Goodyear will donate proceeds from the day to honor the memory of Ash and to support of the Farley family as they transition through this unforeseen chapter of their lives. 

 

“He had an impact that reached deep into the community,” said Charles. “We are so blessed to have an amazing community that is rallying to support the Farley family through this hard time.”

 

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Dutch Bros Beaverton Jams the Dam to Support Make-A-Wish Oregon

BEAVERTON, Ore. (Feb. 14, 2017) – On Friday, February 17, Dutch Broslocations in Beaverton, Aloha and Raleigh Hills will donate proceeds from the day to support Beaverton High School’s Jam the Dam event—an event that benefits Make-A-Wish Oregon

 

For over a decade, Beaverton High School has supported Make-A-Wish Oregon through their annual fundraising campaign, “Week of Wishes”. The Beavers celebrate the end of the week with Jam the Dam, a back-to-back, rivalry JV and Varsity team basketball game. Proceeds raised from Jam the Dam’s ticket sales and a silent auction will benefit Make-A-Wish. 

 

Friday marks the 9th year that Dutch Bros locations in the Beaverton-area have partnered with Beaverton High School for Jam the Dam and Make-A-Wish. Dutch Bros locations in Beaverton, Aloha and Raleigh Hills will donate proceeds from Friday to the Jam the Dam. Funds will support Make-A-Wish Oregon as they continue to provide hope and inspiration to youth battling life-threatening conditions through making their wishes come true. 

 

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

 

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Luv Wins: Dutch Bros Donates to Local Food Organizations on Valentine’s Day

GRANTS PASS, Ore. (Feb. 9, 2017) – February 14 marks Dutch Bros’ annual Dutch Luv Day. On Tuesday, all Dutch Broslocations will donate $1 from every drink sold to local food organizations as they continue to provide nutritious food to community members in need. 

 

“We are excited to celebrate Valentine’s Day by showing our communities love,” said Travis Boersma, Dutch Bros co-founder. “Dutch Luv Day is a day we are able to come together as a community to serve people who are in need of food.“ 

 

Every Valentine’s Day, all 277 Dutch Bros locations in the seven states in which the company’s operates donate $1 from every drink sold to local food organizations in their communities. Funds will support these organizations as they continue to fight hunger in within our communities. All Dutch Bros locations are locally owned and operated giving each franchisee the opportunity to support organizations that are positively impacting community members. 

 

“No man, women or child should ever be forced to go without a meal, or have to chose between paying utilities bills or purchasing food,” said Travis. “These local organizations that we have the opportunity to partner with on Dutch Luv Day are working towards a common goal—to eliminate hunger in our communities.

 

Dutch Bros shifted from a canned food donation to a monetary amount, two years ago. This change was due to the understanding of how every dollar supports local organizations. On average, a donation of $1 allows these organizations to purchase up-to seven pounds of healthy and nutritious food to further support local community members in need of making ends meet. Thus, $1 from every drink sold provides organizations the opportunity to purchase an abundance of food rather than having to sort through cans that may be expired, or not up-to proper food standards. 

 

Last year, Dutch Bros was able to provide over 1.6 millions pounds of food, or over 1.3 million meals for community members by raising $234,030 on Dutch Luv Day. The company looks to surpass this donation amount this year. 

 

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

 

To see, in alphabetical order by state and city, local organizations that Dutch Bros is supporting in 2017 on Dutch Luv Day, click here.

 

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Dutch Bros Wenatchee Valley Raised Over $15,000 for Erik Rodriguez

WENATCHEE, Wash. (Feb. 7, 2017) – On Friday, Feb. 3, Dutch Bros Wenatchee Valley partnered with its community to raise $15,020 in support of Erik Rodriguez to help offset medical expenses.

 

Erik Rodriguez, a Wenatchee Valley local, underwent a successful heart transplant on Jan. 27 after being diagnosed with heart disease in November of 2016. Erik had minor complications following the surgery, but is now in full recovery.

 

“What an incredible day we had,” said local Dutch Bros Wenatchee Valley owners, Jimmy and Danielle Crocker. “We are overwhelmed by the generosity of our beloved valley.” 

 

On Friday, Dutch Bros Wenatchee Valley donated proceeds from the day to support Erik Rodriguez. Funds will directly benefit the Rodriguez family to assist with medical expenses and to support Erik on his journey to a full recovery.

 

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Dutch Bros Wenatchee Valley Supports Erik Rodriguez

WENATCHEE, Wash. (Feb. 1, 2017) – On Friday Feb. 3, 2017, Dutch BrosWenatchee Valley is rallying with its community to support Erik Rodriguez by donating proceeds from the day to help offset medical expenses.

 

22-year-old Erik Rodriguez was diagnosed with heart disease in November of 2016 and underwent a heart transplant on Jan. 27, 2017. After complications, the young man is in recovery with hopes for a normal life. Erik’s brother, Ivan, works as a manager for Dutch Bros Wenatchee Valley.

 

“We have known the Rodriguez family for many years, and they have been so incredibly kind and generous with our Dutch Bros family. It pains us to witness such a frightening time, for people so dear to our heart,” said local owners Jimmy and Danielle Crocker. “We know how expensive this process has been and we are hopeful Erik will make a complete recovery! We are so grateful for the medical teams that have been able to provide such excellent care. ” 

 

On Friday, all Dutch Bros Wenatchee Valley locations will donate proceeds from the day’s sales to support Erik Rodriguez. The funds raised will help offset medical expenses.

 

“We believe in our community, and are in awe how they consistently surround those in need with love and support,” said the Crockers. “The Rodriguez family needs us now, and we are excited to have a day that honors Erik, that may provide this special family with peace.”

 

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Dutch Bros Vancouver Raised Over $1,800 for Local Family

VANCOUVER, Wash. (Jan. 31, 2017) – On Wednesday, Jan. 25, Dutch BrosVancouver’s 10417 Mill Plain location hosted “Mochas for Muarrys” and raised $1,850 to support this local family.

 

The Murray’s, are a part of the local Vancouver community, lost their home to a devastating house fire on Jan. 7. Hanson Murray and his family frequent this Mill Plain location, so much so, that when the crew heard what happened, they sprang into action to find a way to support this family—a family who has positively impacting so many of their lives. 

 

“We are overwhelmed with the amount of love and positivity poured in and out of our windows, Wednesday,” said Vancouver Regional Manager, Sabrina Santoyo-Mendez.

 

On Wednesday, Dutch Bros Vancouver’s Mill Plain location donated $1 from every mocha sold, as well as offered on-site donation buckets for community members to have the option to support the local family further. Funds, will not be able to bring back the memories and heirlooms that were lost in the fire, but they will support the family as they begin to rebuild their lives. 

 

“We wanted to thank every one that participated for their kindness and generosity. Together, we were able to raise $1,850 to get the Murray family back on their feet. We wanted to thank every one that participated for their kindness and generosity. Together we can make a difference!”

 

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Dutch Bros East Vegas Joined Forces with Community to Raise Over $8,300 for Lindsey Wilkinson

LAS VEGAS, Nev. (Jan. 26, 2017) – On Friday, Jan. 20, Dutch Bros East Vegas partnered with its community to raise $8,350 for Lindsey Wilkinson to help offset medical expenses.

 

Local mom and involved community member, Lindsey Wilkinson, is in critical condition after a severe car accident. Lindsey, a member of the Air Force Reserve and a recent graduate from nursing school, is on the road to recovery. 

 

“We knew this day was going to be special because Lindsey is such a special person, but we didn’t anticipate how much this community was going to come together to support one of their own,” said local owner, Kelli Nimmer.

 

To raise funds, Dutch Bros East Vegas donated proceeds from the day’s sales. The stand also provided on-site donation buckets for community members who wanted to donate more. Funds will support Lindsey with medical expenses.

 

“It is our hope that with this donation Lindsey and her family can focus on healing, and that Lindsey truly feels all the love and support that she deserves,” said Kelli. “We can’t thank everyone enough for their support and for showing their ‘Luv for Lindsey!‘”
 

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Dutch Bros Vancouver Rallies for Local Family in Need

VANCOUVER, Wash. (Jan. 23, 2017) – On Wednesday Jan. 25, Dutch BrosVancouver will donate $1 from every mocha sold, at the 10417 SE Mill Plain location, to support the Murray family.

 

On Jan. 7, The Murray family home was tragically engulfed in a house fire. The home and all household possessions were destroyed in the fire. The family and the household pets were not harmed. 

 

“We as a franchise are excited to support this family the best way we can. We are thrilled to be able to help the Murray’s get back on their feet and include the community while doing so,” said Vancouver Regional Manager, Sabrina Santoyo-Mendez.

 

On Wednesday, the 10417 SE Mill Plain Dutch Bros location in Vancouver, Wash. will donate proceeds from the day’s sales, as well as have on-site donation buckets for community members wanting to contribute more. Funds raised will help support the Murray family as they recover from the tragic event.

 

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Dutch Bros East Vegas Bands Together with its Community to Support Local Mom

LAS VEGAS, Nev. (Jan. 17, 2017) – On Friday, January 20, Dutch Bros East Las Vegas, located at 2840 E. Tropicana Ave., will donate proceeds from the day to Lindsey Wilkinson to help offset medical bills.  

 

Lindsey Wilkinson is a loving mom and a local member of the Las Vegas community. On January 11, she was critically injured in a multi-vehicle car accident and is currently being hospitalized with a coma, while she fights for her life. Lindsey recently finished nursing school, and is a member of the Air Force Reserve, allowing her to be actively involved in serving the area.

 

“This is incredibly close to our hearts,” said local owner, Kelli Nimmer. “We have considered Lindsey a part of the family since our opening, and we’re hoping to make this day a success and help her as much as we can!”

 

On Friday, the East Las Vegas Dutch Bros location will donate proceeds from the day’s sales to Lindsey. Funds will help this local mom with medical expenses.

 

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