Ten Breast Cancer Awareness Organizations Selected to Benefit from Local Donation Programs, Nine States Launch Limited-Edition “Pre-Rolls With a Purpose” and More
WAKEFIELD, Mass., Oct. 6, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Curaleaf Holdings, Inc. (CSE: CURA) (OTCQX: CURLF) (“Curaleaf” or the “Company”), a leading vertically integrated multi-state cannabis operator in the United States, today announced a month-long, multi-state fundraising initiative in which proceeds will benefit ten locally-run organizations across the U.S. that cater to the unique needs of the women and families affected by breast cancer.
Throughout October, over sixty Curaleaf dispensary locations will be matching customer donations and will sell limited-edition products, including special-edition batteries in New York and pink “Pre-Rolls with a Purpose” in Arizona, Connecticut, Florida, Massachusetts, Maryland, Maine, New Jersey, Nevada, and Oregon. Proceeds will go to ten state-run charity organizations that focus on breast cancer awareness, prevention, and patient services. These organizations directly impact thousands of women through several different initiatives related to the cause, including education, research, and prevention, and providing access to patient services, financial assistance, community support, and functional items that support physical and emotional recovery. In compliance with each state’s local regulations, specific product offerings and donation details vary by market. For a complete list of Curaleaf locations participating in the program, products available, and the local organizations each state will benefit, please visit https://curaleaf.com/blog/in-addition-to-the-ribbon.
“At Curaleaf, we are dedicated to always doing the right thing for each other, our customers, and our communities. We have a bias for action and agility, and we celebrate the people who step up with determination and urgency to overcome obstacles and move us forward. The ten local organizations that we’ve selected to support this month embody the same values and are capable of making a major impact in our communities,” said Khadijah Tribble, Vice President of Corporate