Trulieve Cannabis Corp (OTCMKTS:TCNNF) signed a deal with non-profits based in Florida for its Truvets program. The company will highlight the information on resources available for veterans via local organizations.
Unveils Truvets program
Trulieve introduced the Truvets program last month to educate the veterans on how to access and utilize medical cannabis. The non-profits for veterans nationwide provide educational seminars, financial support, and details of the products besides connecting them to the local physicians.
Jose Belen, an Army combat veteran in the US, and Danielle, his wife, established Mission Zero to provide awareness on veterans’ suicide epidemic. Mission Zero provides support and resources for army veterans, returning home, to end suicidal thoughts, and distinguish between death and life.
Jose said he is excited to work with Trulieve to improve awareness about veteran suicides and provide access to natural healing techniques and education to overcome suicidal thinking and lead a better life. The main aim of Trulieve is to save lives and provide reasons for living.
CCC issues provisional adult-use license
Cannabis Control Commission in Massachusetts issued a provisional recreational/ adult-use provisional license to Trulieve. The license allows Trulieve to function as the Tier-9 indoor cultivation and perform manufacturing activities in Holyoke, Massachusetts.
CEO of Trulieve, Kim Rivers, said the company is excited for CCC’s public meeting today because Massachusetts started reopening, and the construction is back on track at Holyoke processing and cultivation facility. Kim said the company expects to introduce the Trulieve brand in the state.
Alliance with non-profits for Pride Month
Trulieve will donate a part of the proceedings of TruPod, a limited edition Rainbow Sherbet strain, to eight organizations. The company is established with a target to invest in communities and the people who are employed. It achieved all these goals. As the company celebrates the Pride month, Kim is pleased to work with groups engaged in making Florida safe.
The non-profits part of the Pride Month alliance focuses on diversity and LGBTQ+. They concentrate on improving the wellness and health of local communities in the state.
Eight non-profits include Metro Inclusive Health, LGBTQ Center of Bay County, Tampa Bay LGBT Chamber of Commerce, Pridelines, One Orlando Alliance, 26Health, and QLatinx.