“It is our responsibility as an industry leader to create a mission-driven framework for our company and demonstrate what cannabis and its workforce can do for the world. This report just scratches the surface of how we have strived to do just that,” said
Columbia Care’s CSR work centers around four key principles: “opportunity”, which focuses on bringing social justice, education and entrepreneurship opportunities to cultivate the inclusive cannabis industry of the future; “inclusion”, which celebrates authenticity and different perspectives that drive the Company and industry forward; “access”, which is a commitment to ending stigmas and ensuring that cannabis is made available to those who need it; and “sustainability”, which creates more sustainable practices through innovation and working with environmentally-responsible partners.
“From social justice to medical accessibility and beyond, we’ve worked diligently from the local neighborhood dispensary level to a multi-state scale to help bring about positive change,” said Ngiste Abebe, VP of Public Policy,
For more information, visit www.columbia.care/about-us/our-impact.
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