Seasonal slogans like ‘holiday spirit’ and ‘season of giving’ serve as yearly reminders to give back to those in need. Below is a great example of how the cannabis business continues to turn a profit.
air wellnessThe company, which has clinics in Arizona, Florida, Massachusetts, Nevada, New Jersey and Pennsylvania, announced the launch of its “12 Days of Giving” campaign on December 5th. For every pharmacy purchase he raises $1.12 per transaction to two partner organizations, Freedom Grow and Minorities or the Medical Marijuana Project Clean Slate Initiative. Overall, Ayr Wellness aims to reach his goal of raising over $100,000. It is used to support cannabis prisoners and their families, as well as various advocacy and erasure programs. “Ayre’s ’12 Days of Giving’ initiative aims to reinforce our commitment to being a Force for Good by activating her 12 days of charitable giving across our retail stores. ” Ayr President David Goubert said:“This is the second year of Ayr’s program and we are poised to directly benefit the families of those incarcerated for cannabis crime.”
based in florida AFC FoundationProviding Financing for the Cannabis Industry recently made a donation to Georgia-based Corners Outreach Organization. In the past, the AFC Foundation has also donated to groups such as the Pennsylvania Court-appointed Special Advocates Association, Yo Soy Ella, and the Weldon Project. According to AFC Foundation president and co-founder Robin Tanenbaum, it’s imperative that the company gives back. “The evolution of the cannabis industry is highly dependent on the health of the communities in which we operate. As a result, it is imperative that we improve these communities and invest in our future efforts,” Tanenbaum said. increase. “We are proud to continue our efforts to bring about social change and, more importantly, to work to improve educational and career opportunities for families. Being able to help an organization like Reach.”
In November, Michigan-based Puff Cannabis handed out more than 1,700 turkeys ahead of Thanksgiving. Now the brandjacket for jointsevent. From December 5th to December 18th, the campaign calls for coats and jackets for children ages 3 to 12. Justin Elias, President of Puff, said: “We recognize that many children across Michigan need warm jackets and coats because of the times we live in. Elias said“We hope to be able to collect and distribute thousands of warm jackets and coats to keep children warm this winter.”
40 tonsis an organization dedicated to helping people with cannabis convictions and their families.This past weekend, the organization canna christmas An event that called on attendees to donate to a Christmas wish list created by people whose loved ones are currently incarcerated for cannabis. It is therefore an organization worth donating to on this holiday.
a clinic in West Virginia called cannabis advocate soon Donate $6,473.65 to your local American Legion Post 159 last week. Cannabist has four locations across the state and receives a portion of the funds from weekly sales to fund scholarship opportunities at local high schools and fund trips to the state capitol. or
While many cannabis companies are looking for rewards, non-cannabis companies are also helping patients gain access to medical cannabis.according to lanakshire liveScottish news outlets and local businesses are stepping up to help Cole Thompson, a boy who suffers from cortical dysplasia and uses Bedrolite cannabis oil to treat his condition. As with many children, access to medical cannabis is an expensive burden for families.
A campaign called “Cole’s Christmas Wish” is currently underway to solicit donations to make medicine available to his family. “We have a staggering 15 companies already signed, but for that to work, we need 36 companies fully signed by Christmas, hopefully by Christmas. I can get the funds to buy the medicine for my baby,” said Lisa, Cole’s mom. fight. “We continue to seek out her 21 businesses to join us by donating his one-time payment of £500 to keep Cole seizure-free and safe.”