As a 'festive thank you', Starbucks is giving away a free tall beverage to NHS staff nationwide tomorrow. 

NHS staff in Glasgow can order any handcrafted tall beverage (hot or cold) of their choice from Starbucks' stores and drive-thru when they show their work identity card in store.

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For the first time this year, select hospitals without a nearby Starbucks store will receive deliveries of Starbucks Frappuccino Mocha Flavoured Chilled Coffee and Starbucks Toffee Nut Latte Premium Instant Coffee.

This is the fourth year that the coffee giants have provided the festive treat as part of the company’s partnership with NHS Charities Together. These charities are based in every hospital, mental health, ambulance and community health service across the UK to help health services go further for NHS staff, patients and communities.​

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Alex Rayner, general manager at Starbucks UK, said: “We want to thank NHS staff across the UK for all the work they do and as a token of our appreciation, we are bringing back the free Tall beverage on 6 December for the fourth year running.

"Coffee brings people together and we hope that NHS staff can take a moment today to share the festive joy and raise a coffee to one another to celebrate. 

"We know how much NHS staff have enjoyed taking part in this special day and it’s something we look forward to year after year, so we are thrilled to see our partnership with NHS Charities Together flourish and our offer extend to more NHS workers than ever before.

"We look forward to building on this success so we can continue to give back to the communities we serve.” 

Louise McCathie, director of Fundraising at NHS Charities Together, added: “We deeply appreciate our partnership with Starbucks and are proud to see its ongoing work and support for NHS Charities Together. 

“This day is an opportunity to show how much NHS staff and their work are appreciated and valued across the UK. Winter is always a challenging time for the NHS so we hope this will encourage them to pause and take a moment to enjoy this festive period.”