Dutch Bros. raises $19,000 for girl with leukemia

By From page A14 | April 20, 2014


Brooke Beaubier, a 9-year-old Sacramento area girl, is being helped in her fight against T-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia by customers of Dutch Bros. Coffee stands. Courtesy photo

Dutch Bros. Coffee customers raised more than $19,000 to help Brooke Beaubier, a 9-year-old Sacramento area girl who was diagnosed recently with T-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia.

All local Dutch Bros. stores, including those in Davis and Woodland, participated in “Shake it For Brooke,” March 10-21.

“I’m so happy to see everyone’s support for me,” Brooke said in a news release. “I hope that I can help someone else going through this in the future. I think Dutch Bros. is fun, I really want to work there one day.”

Since the first Dutch Bros. Coffee stand opened in the Sacramento area in 2004, the company has collectively given back more than $200,000 to local causes.

Enterprise staff

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