Dutch Bros raises $12,500 for Miracle League of Arizona

Dutch Bros Arizona partnered with the community March 26 to raise $12,500 for the Miracle League of Arizona.

Dutch Bros Arizona owner Jim Thompson visits the Miracle League of Arizona field in North Scottsdale.

Dutch Bros Arizona owner Jim Thompson visits the Miracle League of Arizona field in North Scottsdale.

All Dutch Bros locations east of the I-17 donated proceeds from the day’s sales to the Miracle League of Arizona. All 14 locations rallied together with the community to hit their goal of a $10,000 out of the park and they raised $12,500.

“We love supporting charities in the Valley,” said Jim Thompson, Dutch Bros Arizona owner.

“There’s no better feeling than to support these organizations for myself, my wife, our crews, and our community.”

The Dutch Bros Arizona crews also volunteered at the Miracle League – a park in North Scottsdale that provides adaptive baseball for children, teens and adults with disabilities or special care needs.

“Our employees had a blast at the park assisting kids,” said Jim. “It was such an amazing day for all of us.”

Serving Arizona since 2007, Dutch Bros Coffee locations in Phoenix, Tempe, Scottsdale, Mesa and Gilbert are locally owned and operated by Jim Thompson.

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