These supporters have stood up and said they believe in Americans and want to help them get back to work. Read about their commitments to the program below.
Starbucks and the Opportunity Finance Network (OFN) teamed up to launch the Create Jobs for USA Fund on Nov. 1, 2011. The Starbucks Foundation seeded the Fund with a $5 million donation and helped distribute red, white, and blue Indivisible wristbands to donors who contributed $5 or more.
Opportunity Finance Network is a national network of community development financial institutions (CDFIs) investing in opportunities that benefit low-income, low-wealth, and other disadvantaged communities across America.
Headline Supporters ($1MM+ Donations)
Banana Republic was one of the first partners to join OFN and Starbucks to support the Create Jobs for USA Fund. Special shopping events raised $1M in 2012.
Citi Community Development and the Citi Foundation reinforced their support for community businesses by making a $1 million contribution to Create Jobs for USA Fund, and by empowering Citi ThankYou® Members to redeem their rewards points to make a donation to the program.
Google Offers™ teamed up with Starbucks to raise $1.7 million to help create and sustain jobs in America.
Gold Contributor ($250,000 - $999,999)
MasterCard is always looking for ways to make an even greater impact in their communities. That's why they joined the Create Jobs for USA program with a $500,000 donation to help create and retain jobs in communities across America.
Silver Contributor ($25,000 - $249,999)
Blast Radius contributed funds, pro bono website design and development, and digital advertising creative to support Create Jobs for USA.
Speck contributed $25,000 to Create Jobs for USA Fund and distributed wristbands to the first 5,000 customers to shop during a special holiday promotion.
TakePart, the digital division of Participant Media, donated three video vignettes of Create Jobs for USA Awardee loan recipients.
Bronze Contributors ($5 - $24,999)
More than 800,000 individuals and small businesses have donated to the Create Jobs for USA Fund and received an Indivisible wristband to show their support for creating and retaining jobs in the U.S.