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  • J. L. Campbell

Looking to do some good? Consider donating to these cannabis non profits!

Cannabis is medicine. Anyone with a Missouri medical card knows that. As legalization efforts ramp up throughout the United States, more and more people’s lives are changing for the better, thanks to marijuana.

As we go through the start of 2022, many Missouri residents are using medical marijuana to help them with their New Year’s resolutions. If one of your goals is to do some good in the world, you might consider giving back by making a donation to a cannabis-based nonprofit.

From education to job creation to prison reform, there are plenty of organizations to send your dollars to if you are looking to make a difference. Here are a few recommendations of cannabis-based nonprofits that would greatly appreciate your help:

Last Prisoner Project

The Last Prisoner Project is a nonprofit organization focused on freeing Americans who have been incarcerated for victimless cannabis-related crimes. They provide resources and support for the victims of cannabis incarceration, working to gain clemency, fight for the expungement of criminal records, and even help with workforce re-entry.

Weed For Good

Weed for Good is a California-based organization dedicated to easing the pain and suffering of patients who are facing terminal illness. They provide free or low-cost cannabis to those with chronic conditions.

Cannabis Access Alliance

The legalization of cannabis is a great first step to helping people get relief. Cannabis Access Alliance is looking to take advocacy further. With a focus on education, advocacy, and accessibility. They help to provide information about marijuana and financial assistance for those in need of a medical marijuana card or those who are unable to afford their medicine.

The Hood Incubator

The Hood Incubator is a nationally-focused nonprofit, based out of Oakland, with a mission that focuses on creating economic and political advocacy for people of color. The cannabis industry makes billions, but people of color make up less than 5 percent of its founders and business owners. The Hood Incubator hosts business accelerator programs and offers apprenticeships with cannabis companies to further opportunities within the industry for people of color.

Marijuana Policy Project

The legalization of cannabis is moving ahead at a beneficial pace, but the work isn’t done yet. The Marijuana Policy Project’s focus is to change cannabis laws. Founded in 1995 by members of NORML, and based in Washington, D.C., it is the largest organization in the nation working solely on marijuana law reform. They’re a great organization to donate to If you’re looking to help change the legal status of marijuana on a national scale.

Realm of Caring

This non-profit strives to provide families with the most recent information about cannabinoid therapy for a variety of conditions, offering public education and courses for healthcare professionals. They also offer phone and email support for those with cannabis-related questions. Realm of Caring uses donations to fund research and to advocate for increased cannabis access for families in need of treatment.

Don’t forget to get the relief you need.

While you’re busy making the world a better place, don’t forget to take care of yourself. Cannabis is changing people’s lives and more and more people are discovering how much marijuana can help with overall wellbeing.

With a year full of possibilities ahead, there has never been a better time to get your Missouri medical marijuana card. We’re here to help guide you through the process. Our doctors can take you through a quick and easy evaluation to see if you qualify. Schedule an appointment with a marijuana physician online by CLICKING HERE, or give us a call at (877) 303-3117 to talk to a patient support representative.


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At Missouri Marijuana Card, our mission is helping everyone achieve wellness safely and conveniently through increased access to medical marijuana. Our focus on education, inclusion, and acceptance will reduce the stigma for our patients by providing equal access to timely information and compassionate care.

Call us at (877) 303-3117, or simply book a medical marijuana evaluation to start getting relief you can trust today!

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