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As a Mom, I survive off of coffee. My energetic toddler keeps me on my toes and Starbucks® coffee always helps keep me energized during the times that my daughter needs me the most. While Starbucks® coffee tastes amazing, they’re also an amazing company with an inspiring message. I’m honored to partner with Starbucks to tell you about the Starbucks One Tree for One Bag campaign and bring you a tutorial on how parents can teach conservation efforts to their toddlers.
For every bag of Starbucks® 10-12z & 20z Ground or Whole Bean coffee purchased at participating Albertsons Company stores in the U.S. from May 1st through May 28, Starbucks® provides one disease-resistant coffee tree to a farmer in Mexico, Guatemala or El Salvador.
Starbucks will donate 70¢ – the average cost of a tree – to Conservation International to foster thriving coffee communities. To learn more, visit conservation.org/onetree.
Check out the special Starbucks”One Tree One Bag” commitment display in the coffee aisle!
Since moving, I love being able to pick up some of my favorite Starbucks® Pike Place
ground coffee to make from home. Starbucks® will donate 70¢ to Conservation International for every bag of coffee sold at participating Albertsons Company stores in the U.S. from May 1st through May 28 to foster thriving coffee communities.
Since moving, I love being able to pick up some of my favorite Starbucks® Pike Place® Roast ground coffee to make from home. Starbucks believes in making a positive impact on the communities they serve. Just like as a mom, I believe in teaching my daughter to do the right thing and to make a positive impact in the world we live in. Even though my daughter, Madison, is just under a year-and-a-half it is never too early to teach our children about conservation efforts. The best way to teach our toddlers is by setting a good example and it’s our responsibility as parents to ensure our children know how to take care of the Earth. Check out the list below to learn how you can teach your toddler about the importance of conservation and taking care of the environment.
2. Recycle – We keep a separate bin for our plastics, glass and cardboard. Show your kids what bin waste goes in and teach them the importance of recycling and how it helps reduce pollution caused by waste.
3. Park and Beach Cleanups – This will increase the safety of children and wildlife.
4. Turn off water when not in use – Conserve water by only using what you need.
5. Bring Your Own Bag to the Grocery Store – Save a plastic or paper bag and bring reusable bags instead.
6. Unplug – Even when electronics are off, they’re still using energy. By unplugging those that are not in use, you’re helping conserve energy.
Starbucks has always believed that they can – and should – have a positive impact on the communities they serve. One person, one cup and one neighborhood at a time.
To learn more, visit conservation.org/onetree. Pike Place is a registered trademark of The Pike Place Market PDA, used under license.
Disclosure: This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions…