Good Green In the Community
Part of our mission at Good Green is to support the organizations that are on the ground, doing the work to educate, uplift and create opportunity in their communities. We have selected 12 nonprofits thus far that we believe embody the Good Green mission, vision and values to receive the Good Green Grant. Get to know these remarkable organizations and stay tuned for the next round of grant applications!
This Black History Month, Good Green commemorates the past and looks towards the future by honoring Black Resistance and the lived experiences of Black activists and Black artists. Good Green is dedicated to fostering sustainable change in communities that suffered the most from the War on Drugs. Including the Black Community which, through resistance, has prevailed in historic and ongoing systemic inequities and injustices across all areas of society.
This Black History Month, Good Green is highlighting inspirational Black leaders in the cannabis and activism spaces. Part of Good Green’s core purpose is to uplift and amplify disenfranchised voices that have been affected by the War on Drugs. Throughout February, Good Green will continue working toward the goal of creating new wealth and opportunity by featuring Black entrepreneurs and activists in local markets.
Calling All Heroes
Leading change at a 501(c)3?
Are you working to fight back against the failed War on Drugs? Is your organization passionate about creating new wealth in Black and Brown communities? Apply today for the opportunity to receive funding from Good Green. Must be 21+ to apply.
Green that does Good
Good Green is dedicated to doing our part to support the Black and Brown communities that have been harmed by the War on Drugs. Good Green offers popcorn flower across a variety of Sativa, Hybrid, and Indica strains to fuel our mission. Take the high road today by supporting Good Green.