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March and Ash Raises Over $9,000 for Local Organizations

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Vista, CA –March and Ash, a customer-focused, licensed cannabis dispensary believes it is important to invest in the local community and does so through various efforts, including their Holiday Fundraising campaign.

Throughout December, all three locations combined – Vista, Mission Valley, and Imperial Valley – raised $9,363 for four organizations:

Vista and Mission Valley

March and Ash’s Mission Valley and Vista locations raised funds for both San Diego Habitat for Humanity and Last Prisoner Project. San Diego Habitat for Humanity is an organization that brings people together to build homes, communities, and hope throughout San Diego County. Habitat for Humanity invests in bringing the community together to create affordable home ownership, where low- and middle-income families can grow equity by building and buying their own home or preserving a home they already own. The Last Prisoner Project is dedicated to releasing cannabis prisoners and helping them rebuild their lives. In the US, the fundamental injustice inflicted upon those who have suffered criminal convictions and incarceration remains. Through intervention, advocacy and awareness, the Last Prisoner Project will work to redress the past and continuing harms of these unjust laws and policies.

Imperial Valley … March and Ash’s imperial Valley location raised funds for two local causes; the Imperial Valley Cancer Support Center and the Imperial Valley Food Bank. The Imperial Valley Cancer Support Center’s mission is to provide tools and services that educate, advocate, and support the residents of Imperial County in the fight against cancer and are free of charge if uninsured, under-insured or financially disadvantaged. The Imperial Valley Food Bank’s mission is to provide hunger-relief to people and families in need in the Imperial Valley region. Along with the food bank’s partner distribution agencies, the organization helps to feed over 20,000 Imperial County residents each month.

Customers were given the opportunity to donate $1 at checkout benefitting the store’s local organization, and at the end of the month, March and Ash matched all donations.

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