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Dutch Bros foundation to donate $250K to wildfire relief efforts

The Dutch Bros Foundation announced it is committing $250,000 to wildfire relief efforts throughout the western states.

Posted: Sep 25, 2020 12:38 PM

CHICO, Calif. – The Dutch Bros Foundation announced it is committing $250,000 to wildfire relief efforts throughout the western states.

“It’s devastating to see what’s happening across our western states,” said Katie Hutchinson, vice president of philanthropy at Dutch Bros Coffee. “Our customers and communities have always been so supportive of us, we’re grateful for the opportunity to support them.”

The funds donated by the foundation will go directly towards the Red Cross Western Wildfires Fund, MRG Rogue Valley Relief Fund, and the Latino Community Foundation Northern CA Wildfire Relief Fund. It will help to provide food, housing and resources to those impacted by wildfires.

Dutch Bros Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the Dutch Bros Coffee, which has more than 400 shops serving customers in nine western states, the company said in a news release.

Customers who wish to join the company and its foundation in giving are encouraged to donate to the Red Cross Western Wildfires Fund. Action News Now is also partnering with the American Red Cross to help those impacted by the wildfires burning in California. Your donation enables the Red Cross to prepare for, respond to, and help people recover. To donate, click here.

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