MAKE A DIFFERENCE
The Cannabis Workers Coalition welcomes industry partnerships for financial and technical assistance to advance social equity in the cannabis industry. The Cannabis Workers Coalition will provide conflict mediation, help develop equitable business practices, and a comprehensive Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion curriculum for management. We leverage our expanding list of community partners to help you create opportunities for personal and professional growth for BIPOC community members looking to participate in the cannabis industry.
Cannabis Workers Coalition offers different levels of capital contribution to our partners in the amounts of 10k, 20k, 30k, and 50k.
“The legalization of marijuana is not a dangerous experiment – the prohibition is the experiment, and it has failed dramatically, with millions of victims all around the world.”
– Sebastian Marincolo
Equity Partners are pledging more than a dollar amount every year. They are also pledging to adopt and practice scientific-based strategies that reduce barriers of entry for communities most impacted by the War on Drugs.
ADDITIONAL BENEFITS INCLUDE
Collaborating with members and cannabis industry experts to carefully craft innovative best practices for CWC members to adopt and adhere to in the hopes of creating the safest and most compliant space for cannabis users, business owners and professionals.
1 Consulting Meeting a Month
Inclusion for media request & interviews
Invitation to Government Agency Meetings
Vote on Policy Issues
As an Equity Partner
I commit to
Provide training and mentorship to BIPOC women and men seeking employment in the cannabis industry.
Dedicate 25% of shelf space (whether in-person or online) to Black, Latinx, Native, Asian or other non-white brands.
Adopt blind hiring practices to reduce implicit bias.
Create a dedicated Corporate Social Responsibility position if one doesn’t already exist.
Offering staff to volunteer for the Cannabis Worker Coalition events and fundraisers. The Cannabis Workers Coalition will provide direction on when and how volunteers could be utilized.
If deemed beneficial to the Cannabis Workers Coalition, we would ask that an employee be designated to join our advisory board in an effort to help advise operations.