We are thrilled to partner with Starbucks Coffee Company to offer an exclusive opportunity for veterans and their families. Starbucks is a global leader, not only in the marketplace, but in their initiatives to support military families, veterans, and military spouses through innovative programs. It’s a mission that is near and dear to MilitaryOneClick: “We are honored to work on this initiative… We believe working directly with the local community is the best way for our country’s veterans to voice their concerns and ideas,” said Founder and President of MilitaryOneClick, Jennifer Pilcher.

On Monday, March 14 from 6-8 PM, Maryland Commissioner, Rebecca Stone, MilitaryOneClick, and Starbucks will offer a forum for veterans and their families to talk about the issues that are near and dear to their hearts. Special guests will also attend the Veterans’ Fireside Chat.

Commissioner Rebecca Stone, a combat veteran, will help to guide the forum. “I feel it is my obligation to serve my fellow veterans by opening multiple lines of communication to engage and drive changes that others may not think of,” she said.

The forum will be held in Annapolis, Maryland and is open to the public. “We are excited to be partnering with MilitaryOneClick and Commissioner Rebecca Stone by providing a welcoming place for veterans, service members, and their families to find community, conversation, and information,” said Aaron Thompson, District Manager for Starbucks.

Attendance is free; however, space is limited and RSVPs are needed. For more information and to reserve your place for the Veterans’ Fireside Chat, please click here.

Event will be held at the Annapolis Starbuck’s store, 2498 Solomons Island Rd, Annapolis, MD 21401.


MOC & Starbucks Partner for an Exclusive Program for Vets