Moss Crossing is dedicated to contributing to the community in more ways than one, and regularly donates to a number of charities. Our primary focus is on Oregon-based non-profits, and organizations working towards achieving racial equity in the Cannabis Industry. We have a token program with donations going to your choice of three different charities below.
Keep Oregon Scenic! Help us to prevent unnecessary plastic waste. For every exit bag or pop-top reused during your purchase, your budtender will set you up with a $0.25 digital “token” to donate to the charity of your choice. Giving back has never been easier.
Oregon Handlers Fund has a singular purpose: to pay for Marijuana Worker Permits for Black and Non-Black People of Color. We got started after the Black Lives Matter diversity push in the Cannabis Industry. While asking the community to support and patronize BIPOC cannabis businesses, it was recognized that the reason more BIPOC aren't working in the industry is due to them not being able to afford the $100 fee to get the Marijuana Workers Permit in Oregon. Our goal is to secure sponsorship and donation to get those fees paid for in full and get Black to work! Because representation matters.
White Bird is a collective environment organized to enable people to gain control of their social, emotional and physical well- being through direct service, education and community. They offer free crisis intervention including 24/7 hotlines and mobile crisis assistance in the form of CAHOOTS, as well as counseling and low-cost medical and dental clinics to the Eugene community.
NuLeaf Project’s mission is to build intergenerational wealth via the legal cannabis industry for the communities disproportionately harmed by cannabis criminalization – Black, Indigenous, and Latina/o/x communities. NLP’s programs are designed to increase success outcomes for people of color in the cannabis industry either as business owners or professionals. NLP provides funding for cannabis businesses, skill-building and mentoring for entrepreneurs and professionals, and national and state equity policy development and advocacy.
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