BOISE, Idaho — Dutch Bros locations in the Boise area raised $25,796 during its Dutch Luv event on Valentine's Day. The money raised locally will be donated to the Boise Rescue Mission.
Across all of its locations, Dutch Bros raised a total of $537,983 for local nonprofits fighting hunger. That is about 1,613,949 meals served across the ten states where Dutch Bros operates.
“This has been the most impactful Dutch Luv Day to date,” said Katie Hutchison, vice president of philanthropy at Dutch Bros Coffee. “We’re awestruck by how our customers showed up to help fight hunger in our communities and are so thankful for everyone involved.”
Dutch Luv day started as a canned food drive and has grown to raise over $2.3 million for nonprofits feeding the hungry over the last 15 years.
“We’re honored to donate to Boise Rescue Mission and play a part in helping fight hunger in our community,” said Andrew Randall, owner of Dutch Bros Canyon County. “A huge thank you to all of our customers that came out to support!”