Good Green is a movement bringing, cannabis, responsible consumers, and change-making organizations together to create real, sustained progress against the War on Drugs
When impassioned people come together, problems (even the most destructive, senseless, and deeply ingrained ones) can be opportunities for progress.
Our Three Pillars
We’re searching for 501(c)3 nonprofits that are doing GOOD work in marginalized communities and supports our three pillars: Education, Employment, and Expungement.
At Good Green much of our focus and funds will go towards organizations enabling education and career training for individuals and communities directly impacted by the War on Drugs.
Our pillar of Employment is two-fold… Strive to make sure employment opportunities in the cannabis industry are accessible to the communities most impacted by discriminatory cannabis laws. Strive to provide a path towards broad and sustainable career opportunities for individuals directly affected by the War on Drugs.
Good Green strongly advocates for clemency towards all non-violent cannabis offenders nationwide. For those granted clemency, it’s our duty to offer resources and criminal justice services to help expunge their records.
Calling All Heroes
If you know someone leading change at a 501(c)3 that aligns with our three pillars, please spread the word to amplify this movement and create new wealth in underserved spaces. Must be 21+ to apply.
Get to know our Grantees
In order to reverse the harm caused by discriminatory policies and unjust laws from the War on Drugs, Good Green will provide impact investments to the organizations doing the ground work in underserved communities. Take some time to explore these impactful non-profits who are redefining new wealth and opportunity in Black and Brown communities.