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Cannabis Industry Do-Good Organizations

Missouri Cannabis Trade Association

MoCannTrade would like to recognize organizations that are working to make the cannabis industry a better place. From patient education & advocacy, to expungement, social equity, and fundraising ... these organizations make a big difference in the lives of patients and cannabis consumers and make the cannabis industry a kinder place to do business.

Ayden's Alliance

Ayden’s Alliance exists to assist special needs and low-income families with their medical needs, including medical cannabis certifications.


Canna Convict Project 

The mission of this collective is to assist our Missouri nonviolent canna POWs with their release from incarceration; as well as address their exit needs: expungement, housing, job placement, mental health services. The journey does not end upon release!


Cannabis Care Team

Our mission is to provide qualifying patients with the education, support, and advocacy they need to experience the medical benefits of cannabis and consume it safely. We are registered nurses and can provide guidance tailored for YOUR individual needs.


Cannabis Doing Good

Cannabis Doing Good aims to create a purpose-driven cannabis network, showcase companies doing good, and set the standard for social responsibility in the cannabis sector.


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JAINE is focused on supporting, honoring, and educating women in an emerging industry by building alliances to foster a united voice through mentorship, empowerment, and networking.                          





The Coltyn Turner Foundation

The Coltyn Turner Foundation's mission is to raise funds to create ethical, comprehensive, patient-driven, observational and anecdotal research surveys as a base for triple-blind research studies.


The Human Solution International

THSI is a grassroots federally recognized 501(c)(3), civil rights organization of concerned citizens focused on restoring the rights of those negatively affected by civil rights violations including but not limited to Native Americans, veterans, and the disabled by utilizing education, active support networks, a legal clinic, and peaceful protest.


The Last Prisoner Project

The Last Prisoner Project was formed by a coalition of cannabis industry leaders, executives, and artists dedicated to bringing restorative justice to the cannabis industry. LPP was founded out of the belief that if anyone is able to profit and build wealth in the legal cannabis industry, those individuals must also work to release and rebuild the lives of those who have suffered from cannabis criminalization.

Minorities for Medical Marijuana

Minorities for Medical Marijuana, Inc. (M4MM) is organized as a non-profit organization with corporate offices based in Orlando Florida. The organization is structured as a 501c3 with a full Executive Team and Board of Directors who support the organization's overall goals and strategic direction. The organization was established in May 2016 and currently has 27 state directors throughout the country. M4MM's mission is focused on providing advocacy, outreach, research, and training as it relates to the business, social reform, public policy, and health/wellness in the cannabis industry.


Scott Harris Oliphant Memorial Foundation

For more than a decade, the Scott Harris Oliphant – SHO Foundation has actively sought out cancer patients needing financial assistance. Money raised at SHO events has helped pay for medicine, equipment, travel costs, living expenses, and treatments that would otherwise be unaffordable.

It is with great love and respect we remember Scott through the SHO Foundation, which, to date, has raised more than $1,000,000.00 and benefited hundreds of families. Scott wanted to help people; that was his nature and his character. He would be so proud of the impact SHO has had in the lives of cancer patients and their families. See the video here: