GRANTS PASS, Ore. — Dutch Bros coffee company has promised to do their part for the thousands of people impacted by California's ongoing and devastating wildfires by taking and matching donations.
“The California wildfires are devastating for our employees, customers and communities,” said Travis Boersma, CEO of Dutch Bros. “Matching donations is one of several steps we’ll be taking to help support the communities we love as they begin the process of rebuilding.”
According to the company, all Dutch Bros locations in seven states will be taking donations at the window between Tuesday, November 13 and Monday November 19 — and the company will match donations up to $150,000.
"The money donated will be distributed to local non-profit organizations directly serving fire victims with immediate needs. Those organizations include United Way of Northern California, the Salvation Army and North Valley Community Foundation," Dutch Bros said in a statement.
Donation buckets will be placed at the window of every Dutch Bros location.
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