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$20,000 Raised During The Human Bean’s Mochas for Men Giveback Day

The Human Bean held its annual men’s health giveback event, Mochas for Men, on Friday, June 16, 2023. $1 from every mocha sold at all locations throughout the United States on that day was collectively counted towards the $20,000 total raised for local cancer organizations.   

The coast to coast fundraiser is held each year in June during Men’s Health Month, when men and boys are encouraged to make healthy lifestyle choices in an effort to protect themselves against preventable diseases. 

“We want to amplify the message of Men's Health Month by encouraging people to get checked, get treatment, and enjoy a drink in support of someone you know who may be going through a tough time with cancer or another health issue,” says The Human Bean CEO, Dan Hawkins. 

The Human Bean locations provide all funds from the giveback day to foundations in their communities that help with preventive scans, education, and patient support. 

Drive-thrus highlighted the Lumberjack Mocha for the occasion — made with espresso, chocolate milk, and peanut butter flavor. The drink is available year-round iced, hot or blended.  

In August, The Human Bean customers will have a chance to give back again with the company’s annual Food Drive. On Friday, August 18, 2023 all locations around the U.S. will donate $1 for every drink sold — the equivalent of three meals for those in need. The event is held each summer when food pantries generally face lower stock, and customers’ drinks will have the power to help fill empty shelves. 

Learn more about The Human Bean Giveback Days and find a location near you at 


About The Human Bean 

With a passion for creating happy ‘Human Beans’, the company’s drive-thrus around the U.S. have established a reputation for friendly baristas, high-quality coffee, and innovative flavors. The Human Bean opened its first drive-thru espresso stand in Ashland, Oregon in 1998, and currently supports over 300 locations open or under development in 25 states.   

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