NORTHERN COLORADO – Baking is a beloved tradition during the holiday season, and The Human Bean wants to make sure everyone has a chance to participate in that tradition. From November 23 through November 29, The Human Bean asked customers from each of their seven northern Colorado locations (including the Human Bean Coffee Truck) to donate baking food items in exchange for triple punches to their loyalty cards. As a result, an impressive combined total of 838.2 lbs. of baking food items was donated to the Fort Collins Rescue Mission, which serves homeless men and women by providing shelter, meals, spiritual guidance and life changing programs.
“Baking is such a big part of the holiday season tradition, and a quality bonding activity that brings families together,” said Owner of The Human Bean, Frank Sherman.“ By providing the ingredients to less fortunate families, we are helping everyone enjoy the holiday tradition.”
The Human Bean customers responded in great numbers, donating approximately 178 lbs. more than was collected from last year’s baking item drive. Donated food items included everything from chocolate chips to baking flour to food coloring.
For more information about the Fort Collins Rescue Mission, visit https://www.fortcollinsrescuemission.org.
About The Human Bean:
With seven locations in northern Colorado, The Human Bean is locally owned and operated. Locations are as follows: Three locations in Fort Collins at 821 N. College, 1822 S. College, and our CSU campus location is on the southwest side near Moby Arena; Two locations in Greeley at 3665 W. 10th Street and 2610 W. 10th Street; One location in Evans at 3310 23rd Avenue; One location in La Salle on Highway 85. Each location is open from 5 a.m. – 10 p.m. Monday – Saturday, and from 6 a.m. – 6 p.m. on Sundays. The Coffee Truck on the CSU Campus is opened Monday – Friday during fall and spring semesters.