On Tuesday, February 28, 2023, staff at Human Bean Northern Colorado will be on duty to raise money for the Terry Farrell Firefighters Fund, a local charity that benefits Colorado firefighters and their families in time of need. Ten percent of all sales made at the 821 N. College and 1822 S. College Fort Collins locations and at the 6180 E. Crossroads Boulevard location in Loveland will be donated to the nonprofit organization. Local firefighters will also serve as guest baristas from 9:00 am – 11:00 am to support the effort.


“All of the money raised will help the firefighters that serve our communities,” said Frank Sherman, owner of Human Bean Northern Colorado. “The money might be used to support a firefighter’s family member who is sick or has an ambition to get a college education, or the funds might provide some much-needed resources for a small volunteer department with no money for training or equipment. Whatever the case, we are so glad to work with the community to help our firefighters.”


The Terry Farrell Firefighters Fund is a firefighter charity established after the World Trade Center attacks on 9-11. Terry Farrell was serving for the FDNY on Rescue 4 when he was killed during the attacks. Since that time the organization has worked diligently to support firefighters and their families with educational, medical, and equipment needs. The national organization now has active chapters in New York, California, Pennsylvania, Georgia, Florida, Texas, New Jersey, and Colorado. They operate solely on a volunteer basis using predominantly firefighters with some help from friends of the fund. To learn more about the Terry Farrell Firefighters Fund, visit HERE.

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