Human Bean Heats Up With Mochas for Men's Health

On Friday, November 16, Human Bean locations in Jackson County will donate $1 from every mocha purchased toward local men's health care.

Posted: Nov. 12, 2018 4:00 PM

MEDFORD, Ore. — Just last month, The Human Bean coffee company hosted "Coffee for a Cure" — raising money for local breast cancer treatment and care. This month they're pivoting to men's health with "Mochas for Men."

On November 16, the company will donate $1 for every mocha drink purchased at their Jackson County locations to support local men's health care.

"November has become branded as 'Movember' and is known as a time to focus on men’s health issues, including prostate cancer and testicular cancer," the company said in a statement. "The Human Bean wanted to support this movement in our local community so created the Mochas for Men event."

This is the fifth year that The Human Bean has held the "Mochas for Men" fundraiser.

In addition to their existing catalogue of hot, iced, or blended mocha drinks, the company says that they are rolling out two "Mocha Monthly" specials — "The Lumberjack" Peanut Butter Mocha and "The Gent" Praline & Caramel Mocha — in honor of Mochas for Men.

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