Human Bean Northern Colorado raises $5,400 for Hunger Relief in Local Communities
On Friday, Aug. 18, with the generous support of their customers, Human Bean Northern Colorado raised $5,400 for local food banks. One dollar from every drink sold at any Human Bean Northern Colorado location was donated to help the fight against food insecurity. Proceeds were distributed between the Food Bank for Larimer County, Windsor Severance Food Pantry and Weld Food Bank. On Sept. 15, a check for $1,800 was presented to each nonprofit.
“As a local business, it’s important for us to be aware and recognize the needs of the community,” says owner of Human Bean Northern Colorado, Frank Sherman. “Being able to bring those needs to the forefront and find a way to help is a privilege.”
The Food Bank for Larimer County serves to deliver health, hope and humanity to stabilize the lives of their clients and build a vibrant community. Each year, the nonprofit provides food to more than 33,000 people in need through their programs and community partners. To learn more about the Food Bank for Larimer County, visit foodbanklarimer.org.
The Windsor Severance Food Pantry provides residents of the Weld County RE-4 School District with food, toiletries and other daily necessities. To learn more about the Windsor Severance Food Pantry, visit windsorseverancefoodpantry.com.
Weld Food Bank works to alleviate hunger and poverty by providing food and services to people in need, while also educating the public about the nature of hunger and poverty. Last year, Weld Food Bank provided over 11.7 million pounds of food to the hungry in Weld County. To learn more about the non-profit organization, visit weldfoodbank.org.