Join us, hang with us, share your thoughts with us. Cannabis is an interesting subject to speak about, many people have an opinion on cannabis and that makes it more important to speak on.
See what we have been up to, and you are welcome to join us as we roll out in Trenton, New Jersey.
Working and laughing keeping Trenton’s glory alive and well. Even in her alleyways.
Trenton Cares Bowling Night
To help raise money for a back-to-school drive, Children’s Futures and Trenton cares hosted a bowling night. All proceeds went to the drive.
The First Annual Christmas Food Drive & Giveback 18’
Our first food drive produced over 200 meals through efforts of local restaurants 1911 Smokehouse BBQ and The Big Easy in Trenton donated meals. We made over 150 meals made with donated food and money. When we finished in the kitchen and gathered food from Smokehouse and Big Easy, we delivered the hot meals to homeless throughout the city and shared with an senior home.
Trenton Library @ 7P
120 Academy Street, Trenton
Doctors, opioid addicts, lobbyists, pharmacists, and journalists contribute to talks where we can identify gaps and find bridges. This is a free monthly meeting for anyone interested.
The meetings are held at Trenton Library at 7P: 120 Academy Street, Trenton, N.J. 08608.
Discussions covered many aspects of legalization of cannabis.
Social Justice issues and how to support the possible delay of legislation.
Cannabis plant anatomy and effects.
Finding the connection between doctors, patients, and dispensaries.
Identifying education opportunies.
Sharing personal stories of addiction and illness where cannabis gave relief and healing.
CannaBash is the first event of it’s kind in NJ. This festival was held in Mill Hill Park on September 8th. It brought music, cannabis advocates, cannabis ancillary businesses, and cannabis culture to community members. Guy Rocourt (Papa & Barkley), Keith Stroup (NORML), “Freeway” Rick Ross, Leo Bridgewater (M4MM/CannaGather), Trenton Mayor Reed Gusciora, and Tara Sargente (Blazin’ Bakery) came to support and share what cannabis means to them.
At the festival, we introduced ourselves as soon-to-be neighbors, and received eager and warm support from local community members of the Mill Hill neighborhood and residents in surrounding towns.
CannaGather is comprised of 4,000 industry leaders and newcomers in New York, New Jersey, and around the country. We have been setting the standard at these events by explaining how we are engaging the community, why it is imperative to work on the 16 stigmas surrounding cannabis, and how to elevate the communities that are most effected by social implications. We were the main sponsor for the first New Jersey CannaGather this past June, and instrumental to bringing CannaGather to Trenton in October.