Starbucks is looking to aid the efforts of small businesses with $100 million in donations.
- The coffee giant is said to be looking to donate the money to help businesses and communities made up of people of color.
- Starbucks' Resilience Fund will be part of an initiative to continue to step up and support racial and social justice.
- The company will be spreading the $100 million over the next four years to benefit 12 U.S. cities with large populations of Black, Indigenous, or people of color.
- Cities that will benefit from this are Detroit, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Houston, Washington D.C., Philadelphia, Minneapolis, New Orleans, the San Francisco Bay area, Seattle, Miami, and New York.
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