Dutch Bros. locations raise money for kids

By the Herald staffDecember 24, 2013 

Southeast Washington Dutch Bros. Coffee locations and community members raised $7,941 on Dec. 6 for the annual Buck for Kids Day.

All 11 locations donated $1 from every drink sold to children's causes selected by local owners.

Buck for Kids Day is an annual event in which all 213 Dutch Bros. Coffee locations in seven states donate drink proceeds to youth programs.

This year, Buck for Kids Day raised $176,922 company-wide, $37,922 more than last year's $139,000.

Kennewick locations, owned by Nate and Krisanna Frary, donated to the Boys & Girls Club of Benton & Franklin Counties.

The Pasco location, owned by Brad and Meghan Barnes, donated to Boys & Girls Club of Benton and Franklin Counties.

The Walla Walla location, owned by Dave and Emily Beamer, donated to Friends of Walla Walla.

The Sunnyside location, owned by Erin and Ryan Bates, donated to Service Alternatives Inc.

The Moses Lake location, owned by Kristen and Darren Nelson, donated to Boys & Girls Club of Moses Lake.

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