cannabis

Social Equity

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First Friday

Curaleaf will offer a wide array of programming for the BIPOC community on the first Friday of each month. Participants can expect to connect with leading voices in the industry, network for business and employment opportunities, and learn more about today’s cannabis culture. Get ready to link up and engage!

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Feed the Block

Curaleaf takes community involvement far beyond cannabis! As food insecurity affects every corner of the country, our Feed the Block initiative enables us to activate the staff, patients, partners, and greater community of every Curaleaf dispensary we operate to make a nationwide difference for our neighbors in need.

Executive Roundtable

The Curaleaf Executive Roundtable exists to provide mentorship, education, networking opportunities and entrepreneurial support for members of communities located in disproportionately impacted areas traditionally disadvantaged by the war on drugs. Our vision is to provide opportunity for a few committed individuals each year to immerse in a full time 1-year curated mentoring program.

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Retail Equity Allocations

Curaleaf aims to create a diverse and vibrant cannabis industry. We believe that in order to meet our patients’ needs, we must increase and broaden representation to accurately reflect all backgrounds. Through strategic partnerships we will use our retail platform to elevate the brands of underrepresented ownership and origin. Our aim is to not only provide a platform for these untold stories to be heard, but also to help amplify and empower the voices behind them—building connections that will expand footprints far beyond the bounds of a single market.

man holding Bouqe

woman holding plant
Executive Roundtable

The Curaleaf Executive Roundtable exists to provide mentorship, education, networking opportunities and entrepreneurial support for members of communities located in disproportionately impacted areas traditionally disadvantaged by the war on drugs. Our vision is to provide opportunity for a few committed individuals each year to immerse in a full time 1-year curated mentoring program.

two people chatting
First Friday

Curaleaf will offer a wide array of programming for the BIPOC community on the first Friday of each month. Participants can expect to connect with leading voices in the industry, network for business and employment opportunities, and learn more about today’s cannabis culture. Get ready to link up and engage!

woman on her laptop
Retail Equity Allocations

Curaleaf aims to create a diverse and vibrant cannabis industry. We believe that in order to meet our patients’ needs, we must increase and broaden representation to accurately reflect all backgrounds. Through strategic partnerships we will use our retail platform to elevate the brands of underrepresented ownership and origin. Our aim is to not only provide a platform for these untold stories to be heard, but also to help amplify and empower the voices behind them—building connections that will expand footprints far beyond the bounds of a single market.

man holding Bouqe
Feed the Block

Curaleaf takes community involvement far beyond cannabis! As food insecurity affects every corner of the country, our Feed the Block initiative enables us to activate the staff, patients, partners, and greater community of every Curaleaf dispensary we operate to make a nationwide difference for our neighbors in need.