7-Eleven Operation Chill Returns This Summer

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Through Operation Chill, 7‑Eleven has donated more than 24 million free Slurpee® drink coupons to law enforcement agencies in communities across the country.
  • The Ventura County Sheriff’s Office has partnered with 7-Eleven, Inc. in the 29th consecutive year of “Operation Chill®.”

The follow Law Enforcement in and adjacent to the San Fernando Valley participated in 2023

  • Burbank Police Department 
  • Crescenta Valley Station
  • Los Angeles Police Department 
  • Los Angeles School Police Department
  • Simi Police Department 
  • Thousand Oaks Police Department 

7-Eleven Relaunches Operation Chill | 7-Eleven

For a full list of law enforcement agencies participating in the Operation Chill outreach program, visit https://corp.7-eleven.com/corp/operation-chill. To learn more about 7-Eleven, Inc.’s philanthropic strategy, visit https://corp.7-eleven.com/corp/see-us-in-action.


7-Eleven is bringing back its popular community outreach program, Operation Chill, which promotes “positive police-youth engagement and neighborhood connection” for the 29th year.

Operation Chill helps law enforcement officers engage with the community by awarding a small Slurpee drink coupon to kids they observe performing good deeds or exhibiting positive behavior.

This year 7-Eleven is giving more than 550,000 coupons to more than 1,300 participating U.S. law enforcement agencies to be rewarded to children in their local communities, with an aim to reduce crime and enhance relationships between police and young people. The program has distributed more than 24 million coupons since it started in 1995.

“We know that every day—in ways large and small—connections are made in our stores and in the neighborhoods we serve. And it’s these positive connections that ultimately help create stronger, safer communities for all of us,” said Marissa Jarratt, executive vice president and chief marketing and sustainability officer at 7-Eleven Inc. “We’re proud to have the opportunity to deepen our relationships with the law enforcement community while getting to know our neighbors even better through nearly three decades of Operation Chill.”

Children can be rewarded for any good deeds or acts that show safety, like wearing a helmet while riding a bike, picking up litter, helping a neighbor or holding the door open, said 7-Eleven."


Through Operation Chill, 7‑Eleven has donated more than 24 million free Slurpee® drink coupons to law enforcement agencies in communities across the country. 

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