Gift wishes from foster children and at-risk youths will be on display at 37 Starbucks stores through Dec. 21. Starbucks is partnering with Aspiranet, a human services agency in California, to make sure that every child gets a gift this holiday season.
Starbucks customers who wish to participate may select a gift wish of a child or teen in foster care, or an at-risk youth. Unwrapped gifts can be returned to the store location with the original gift tag attached.
Now in its seventh year, customers last year donated more than 5,000 gifts to thousands of foster youths and teens from infants to older youth transitioning out of foster care.
A list of participating Starbucks locations can be found at: www.aspiranetholidays.org/giftdrive.
Megan Ginise: 559-441-6614