If there’s one thing we’ve learned since we’ve started our business, it’s that there are hundreds and thousands of incredible women and humans working within the cannabis industry to bring support and services to others. Whether it be for women employed in the cannabis industry, underserved communities across the united states, or patients who have faced tremendous hurdles accessing plant medicine, these organizations put it all on the line to push the needle of progress forward.
We are proud to support these organizations through free services and ongoing support. We encourage you to check out their websites, get involved, or lend support through a generous donation. Together we can make a difference in the cannabis industry, and in the lives of patients across the United States.
Women Employed in Cannabis an International association for Women Working in Cannabis, Psychedelics, Hemp & CBD. We are advocates, sisters, cheerleaders and fighters working to ensure the industries are equitable, diverse, and inclusive.
We believe the key ingredients to success: Unity, Collaboration and Coopetition. We believe that by working together women can create a powerful community, impact policy and create solutions to the industry’s biggest issue.
In 2017, WEIC was founded by Kyra Reed, globally recognized as one of Top 50 Women Leaders in Cannabis Industry (2018-2020), as a Facebook community. Since its inception the community has grown to be the largest and most active community for women working in cannabis.
The Cannabis Alliance is a non-profit, membership-based association of individuals, businesses, government officials, and non-profit organizations dedicated to the advancement of a vital, ethical, and sustainable cannabis industry.
The Cannabis Alliance understands that the war on drugs has created misconceptions, mistrust and even fear about the industry and legalization. We want to change those perceptions and improve the business environment for our members through education, advocacy, and helping set the highest possible industry standards.
WONPR is a nonpartisan 501c3 that is dedicated to the advancement, education, and empowerment of women.
We provide mentorship and strategic support to women who are actively working to reverse the harms of prohibition in their own communities and across the United States. From the War on Drugs to civil rights and reproductive freedoms, we seek to challenge stigmas and reverse policies that are harmful to women and their families.
Prohibitionist policies label hard-working Americans as criminals for making choices regarding their own families, households, health and wellness, and lives. These policies and unchecked biases disproportianately target women and families, Indigenous Americans and people of color, those who identify as LGBTQ, displaced people, and the poor and working class.