Friday, October 4th our Hanover Dispensary Manager Carly and Assistant Manager Laura, participated in the breast cancer charity class at the Emilson YMCA in Hanover. This class helped raise money towards the StayStrong Program; A collaborative community program providing essential daily living support to cancer patients, cancer survivors, and their household family members – spirit, mind and body.
The Town of Hanover hosted the 7th annual Community Cookout on October 2, 2019, at the Hanover Town Hall.
Our President Patrik and Hanover Dispensary Manager Carly, joined for the festivities!
The event was attended by Hanover residents, employees from town departments, and members of the business community.
On September 28th, Curaleaf donated to and participated in the 1st Annual Walk for Barton! The Barton Center for Diabetes Education operates educational and recreational camp programs for children with type 1 diabetes. The event was created for the community to come together and support The Barton Center programs and children with type 1 diabetes.
This September, Habitat for Humanity held their 13th annual Ride for Habitat. Hanover Dispensary Manager Carly took part in a 15 mile bike ride, fundraising in order to assist with Habitat’s goals of building homes, providing affordable housing, and changing lives. “Crossing the threshold of a new home is a moment every family remembers and cherishes. Since 1986, South Shore Habitat for Humanity has helped 61 family partners realize that moment of joy and experience a lifetime of safe, healthy, affordable housing.”
This September, Curaleaf Oxford completed our third blood drive. In just one year, we collected enough blood donations to save over 150 lives! We are so grateful for the patients, employees, and local Oxford residents who made this moment possible.
Did you know that ocean pollution kills more than one million sea birds each year? MCR Labs organized a beach cleanup this weekend in Lynn and you bet we were more than happy to take part. If every single one of us puts in just a little more effort, we can create a beautiful outcome.
Webster has seen a recent increase in students using vaping devices like the “Juul” to use nicotine during the school day. Curaleaf has donated over $13,000 to the Township of Webster so they can install FlySense; a vapor detecting system to be installed in all of the High School bathrooms. Curaleaf couldn’t be happier to assist in hindering the use of nicotine by high school students!
Curaleaf joined AIDS Project Worcester again this year for their Summer Slam Health Fair, where we happily provided those in Worcester with valuable information regarding the medical cannabis program and how to get started with the process! We love working with AIDS Project Worcester and we are so thankful for all of their work within the community.