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Together We Can Do Such More for the Cannabis Industry

Verano / Zen Leaf and MUV

  • Verano Mission Green believes the time for sweeping cannabis clemency is now. We agree.
  • Zen Leaf These funds have a direct impact on the nonprofit organization – money raised benefits those wrongfully incarcerated for nonviolent cannabis crimes, whether in the form of advocating on their behalf for release – or providing additional commissary monies.
  • MÜV You can have a direct impact on Mission Green and cannabis reform. On the first Friday of each month, we are fundraising for this remarkable organization at all 100 Verano dispensaries (and growing) nationwide.
Mission Green


As an initiative led by the Weldon Project, MISSION [GREEN] works to address the injustices  and the collateral consequences of cannabis arrests and convictions.

More Pro-Cannabis Sites We Love

The Last Prisoner Project (LPP)

The Last Prisoner Project (LPP) is a national, nonpartisan non-profit organization dedicated to cannabis criminal justice reform. We aim to end America’s policy of cannabis criminalization, as well as to repair the harms of this discriminatory and counterproductive crusade.

Women Grow
Women Grow was created to Connect, Educate, Empower and Inspire (C.E.E.I.) the next generation of cannabis leaders by creating programs, community and events for aspiring and current business executives. Founded in 2014 in Denver now headquartered on the east coast, Women Grow serves as a catalyst for women to influence and succeed in the cannabis industry as the end of marijuana prohibition occurs on a global scale.
Learn about federal priorities and developments related to legalizing cannabis in your state.
The Marijuana Policy Project (MPP)
The Marijuana Policy Project (MPP) is the number one organization in the U.S. dedicated to legalizing cannabis. We’ve passed 14 medical cannabis laws, and we’ve run winning campaigns and legislative efforts in 11 of the 19 legalization states. No organization in the movement has changed as many cannabis laws, impacted as many patients and consumers, created as many new markets, or done more to end cannabis prohibition in the U.S. than MPP.
Veterans For Medical Cannabis Access
Veterans For Medical Cannabis Access or VMCA, advocates for veterans’ rights to access medical cannabis for therapeutic purposes. VMCA encourages all legislative bodies to endorse veterans’ rights to use medical cannabis therapeutically and responsibly, and is working to end all prohibitions associated with such use. VMCA is working to preserve and protect the long established doctor-patient relationship including the ability to safely discuss medical cannabis use within the V.A. healthcare system without fear of punishment or retribution.
American’s for Safe Access (ASA)
ASA was founded in 2002, by medical cannabis patient Steph Sherer, as a vehicle for patients to advocate for the acceptance of cannabis as medicine. With over 150,000 active supporters in all 50 states, ASA is the largest national member-based organization of patients, medical professionals, scientists and concerned citizens promoting safe and legal access to cannabis for therapeutic use and research. ASA works to overcome political, social and legal barriers by creating policies that improve access to medical cannabis for patients and researchers through legislation, education, litigation, research, grassroots empowerment, advocacy and services for patients, governments, medical professionals, and medical cannabis providers.
National Cannabis Industry Association (NCIA)
Founded in 2010, NCIA is the oldest, largest, and most effective trade association serving the cannabis industry. Our membership consists of hundreds of small businesses and tens-of-thousands of cannabis professionals who know that we are stronger and more prosperous when we work together to lift up our entire industry.
The National Diversity & Inclusion Cannabis Alliance (NDICA )
Our diverse and passionate team at NDICA works daily to create equitable employment and ownership opportunities in the hemp and cannabis space. We’ve designed and continually evolve programs intended to decrease disparities in life outcomes for people that come from marginalized communities affected by the War on Drugs.