The Cura family is taking the time this holiday season to give back to those who need it most. Because Cura is located in several states–each region has taken the reins on how to give back to their own respective communities.
Oregon’s offices are conducting a donation drive with all donations going to the Burnside Homeless Shelter. California’s offices have provided goods for the displaced families affected by the Camp Fire, and are also participating in the Spark of Love Toy Drive hosted by the Southern California Firefighters. And Arizona’s office is participating in a toy drive for the Leaf for Life Foundation, which benefits veterans’ families.
Cura values connecting with and supporting community members and businesses. Offering opportunities for our employees to support their own communities provide them the chance to make a real impact in their own neighborhoods.
“At Cura, we want to do good in the world and live with a sense of greater purpose,” said Director of Talent Acquisition Sara Stowe. “Opportunities like the donation drives allow Cura employees to bring that purpose to life–being part of something good and having an impact on the communities where we live.”
We are doing even more when it comes to giving this season. This year we’ve built a partnership with HeroGrown, a nonprofit that fights for veterans’ access to cannabis. We’re donating a portion of its sales in December to HeroGrown, as part of our ongoing financial contributions to the organization.
Cura’s brand Select is also conducting a donation drive of its own. From now through the end of January, Select customers can bring in two non-perishable items and receive 20% off Select products, at 40 dispensary partners throughout Oregon. Cura will donate all of the non-perishable items to the Oregon Food Bank.