NORTHERN COLORADO – On November 20 2015 all seven Human Bean locations collected $1 from every mocha drink sold to benefit Denver Rescue Mission’s Harvest Farm. As a long-term rehabilitation center in Wellington, Harvest Farm provides opportunities for those suffering from chronic homelessness and addiction to attain self-sufficiency through the New Life Program. On December 17, a check for $553 was presented to Harvest Farm to help cover operational costs.
“We are pleased to be able to support such a unique program that focuses on the well-being of men in our community,” said Frank Sherman, owner of The Human Bean. “Strong programs like this are crucial to ensure that our community is happy and satisfied with the lives they lead.”
Denver Rescue Mission’s New Life Program is offered free-of-charge to all participants and takes 13 to 27 months to complete. Participants go through five phases to gain skills, stability and self-esteem necessary to become productive members of society. The program consists of five primary components: spiritual development, case management, counseling, education & life skills, and work therapy. The Human Bean’s donation will go towards the cost of helping a man complete the New Life Program at Harvest Farm.
You can read some success stories and learn more about Harvest Farm by visiting their website.
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.
For more information, visit The Human Bean’s website and Facebook page.