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Community Engagement

 

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Silver Stem Fine Cannabis is committed to making a positive impact in the communities we serve. We are proud of our partnerships with local, charitable and registered neighborhood organizations dedicated to improving the lives of our community members who live in the neighboring areas and beyond.
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2020
 
SSFC partnered with the Valverde Neighborhood Association to donate masks to local community members at the beginning of the international COVID-19 pandemic. We donated 1,000 masks at the height of mask supply shortages so that our neighbors in need could stay safe and protected from the coronavirus.
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2020
 
SSFC partnered with Integrated Family Community Services (IFCS) to help aid the South Metro Denver area community. Silver Stem was a sponsor of IFCS' 2020 Nibbles and Sips event, a tasting gala that brings the entire community together to raise money to support our neighbors in need. With 3 stores located in the South Metro Denver area, SSFC was proud to be a part of donating weekly food boxes including fresh produce, dairy and meat products and meals to our local community members.
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2020-2021
 
The Silver Stem Fine Cannabis cultivation team also routinely donates growing supplies that are able to be reused, including truckloads of soil and hundreds of planter pots, to local community members in Denver through the Birdseed Collective. This allows the community to become more self-sufficient when it comes to their food supply during the growing season.
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Spring 2021
 
SSFC partnered with District 8 Neighborhood Coalition, Inc., a local RNO in the Colfax area, to support our unhoused neighbors. We donated bulk supplies such as tarps, socks, deodorant, razors, feminine hygiene products, oral hygiene products, sunscreen, cleansing wipes, and dry shampoo directly to the District 8 RNO for distribution.
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Summer 2021
 
We are also proud to have partnered with the La Alma-Lincoln Park Neighborhood Association this summer as one of our cultivation facilities is within the zone they serve. We donated funds that helped them secure a mariachi band and a pinata for their Denver Days events.
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Fall 2021
 
Silver Stem donated to the East Colfax Neighborhood Association in order to support its emergency assistance fund dedicated to helping the local community. The fund helps our resident and business neighbors in the East Colfax area who may be struggling.
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December 2021
 
This holiday season, Silver Stem Fine Cannabis continues to give. Our Northfield store location collected food donations to benefit a Thanksgiving food drive for low-income senior citizens living in Commerce City. Silver Stem also donated $1,000 to Integrated Family Community Services in Englewood towards their holiday food drive, for which their goal was to raise $20,000 towards. IFCS will ensure that families in the South Metro Denver area experience food insecurity can still enjoy a holiday meal together.
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December 2021
 
$420 donation made towards the Marshall fire victims near Boulder, CO.
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February 2022 
 
Silver Stem Fine Cannabis donated $420 to the Valverde Neighborhood Association. The association anticipates that the “donation will support a summer flower give away so neighbors can beautify their yards, or an upcoming neighborhood meeting/event (Denver Days)”.
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March 2022
 
Silver Stem donated $1800 to the Boulder King Soopers victims’ families one year after the tragedy occurred. The Boulder County Crisis Fund will ensure the family members of the victims receive the assistance they need, such as help with the cost of mental health support among other causes. We support the community in their continued healing.
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March 2022
 
Silver Stem donated $500 to Integrated Family Community Services in their mission of feeding and clothing our disenfranchised neighbors in the South Denver Metro area. 
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June 2022
 
We are proud to support of The Trevor Project for pride month! 🏳️‍🌈 A donation of $420 has been made towards crisis intervention and suicide prevention work for LGBTQ+ youth. This will help The Trevor Project train crisis counselors who can continue to connect with more LGBTQ youth, and offer this service 24/7/365 for free. 

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