Compassionate hemp flower consists of small (popcorn) buds that are machine trimmed. They are sold at a better price point and are perfect for people who look for a more economical CBD flower option.
All the proceeds go to Sweetleaf collective.
Sweetleaf Collective is a nonprofit patient organization that helps low income terminally ill patients access free medical cannabis.
Since opening in 1996, Sweetleaf patients have received over $3 million worth of free compassionate cannabis. Sweetleaf is a leader in compassion and is one of the countries oldest medical cannabis organizations. With the help of ALTRSM‘s funding, Sweetleaf is hoping to help their patients access $1 million in free cannabis in the year 2021.
Sweetleaf Collective is exclusively a donation based charity organization. Since 1996, when the groundbreaking 215 proposition passed in California, we have been providing free medical cannabis to HIV/AIDS and Cancer patients in California & the Greater San Francisco Bay Area.
Sweetleaf facilitates the giveaway of free medical cannabis to low income terminally ill patients, veterans, and seniors. Established in 1996, making us one of the oldest medical cannabis groups in the world. In the past 2 decades, we have given away more than $2 million worth of compassionate cannabis.
Joe Airone is the founder and director of the Sweetleaf Collective. He has been an activist in the Bay Area for more than 20 years, working with groups providing food to the elderly, shelter to the homeless, and cannabis to low income terminally ill people. He ran a community art center in San Francisco’s Mission District for 5 years, creating a forum for artists, musicians and performers to practice and show their art free of charge. Joe also founded the Humanitarian Circus and has traveled all over the world making free circus shows for refugees and orphans in war zones and developing countries. His last mission was to the island of Lesbos where he performed for Syrian refugee children after they had made the harrowing journey from Turkey to Greece.