"Veteran owned and operated cannabis manufacturing company Helmand Valley Growers Already donates 100 percent of profits to a good cause – Giants. But for now, at least until the end of April, they’re donating the proceeds led by Jose Andres. world central kitchen, Which is feeding refugees in both Ukraine and Poland.
“This is a humanitarian crisis the likes of which we haven’t seen since WWII,” says sales director Corey Potter. “During our two years in business, we have been incredibly fortunate that we have had so much support from so many people. The cannabis community as a whole really embraced us and our mission to save lives with open arms We are not yet a household name, but through the kindness of strangers and their belief in our mission, we have been able to achieve a lot in a short amount of time.”
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