Veterans Compassion Program Helps Hundreds in Oregon

Breeze Botanicals is making a difference for Veterans and OMMP Patients struggling to purchase wellness products. Veterans Day sees the return of the Compassion Program
 
 
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ASHLAND, Ore. - Nov. 12, 2018 - PRLog -- Breeze Botanicals, health conscious dispensaries of sustainable, plant-based products, celebrates four years of their Compassion Program this Veterans Day, November 11th.  In keeping with Breeze Botanicals' mission and to address one part of the cost problem, the Compassion Program is available to those with:

• SNAP/Oregon Food Stamps
• Veterans:  proof of having served in the Armed Forces of the United States

The program all started when it became apparent to store founders Brie Malarkey and Jon Cunningham that many Oregon Medical Marijuana Patients (OMMP) who were veterans were in need and unable to afford quality cannabis, so a compassion box was started on Veteran's day in 2014. Although originally started for veteran's the compassion program has now been expanded for all ALL Veterans and low-income OMMP patients (defined as those with a SNAP card) in need can come into one of the Breeze Botanicals locations and receive one FREE item out of the box, per day. Items may be flower, capsules, cartridges, topicals, and more.  No purchase necessary.

In addition, the Veterans Program offers ten percent (10%) savings to medical veterans everyday plus choosing one free item from the Compassion Bin.  Recreational customers who are veterans save five percent everyday plus choosing one item from the Compassion Bin at fifty percent off.

"We are transforming lives through human connection and that is at the heart of everything we do, so we can't think of a better way to connect with and show how much we care to the communities we serve," says Brie Malarkey, owner of Breeze Botanicals.  "The Compassion Program helps many with obtaining our herbal products they cannot afford otherwise."

To learn more visit their website at  https://www.breezebotanicals.com .

Or stop by our Gold Hill or Ashland, Oregon locations and our team members will be happy to explain.

Breeze Botanicals artisan medicinal herb dispensaries serving Southern Oregon were the first state of Oregon licensed Cannabis retailers with two locations in Southern Oregon.  Breeze Botanicals embraces all medicinal herbs cultivated and wildcrafted in Southern Oregon; including Cannabis, Oregon Grape, St. John's Wort, Hops, Chamomile, Echinacea, Burdock, Valerian, Motherwort, Yarrow, many other local herbs.


About Breeze Botanicals

Breeze Botanicals was founded in the Spring of 2014 in Gold Hill, Oregon with an original mission to provide a safe access point for medical patients in the Oregon Medical Marijuana Program (OMMP) and all consumers seeking quality herbs from Southern Oregon.  After two years of serving patients it was apparent that all people needed safe access to medical cannabis. Many people were afraid to get a medical card or were simply self-medicating for non-debilitating conditions like loss of sleep, headaches, and arthritis.  Therefore in the fall of 2016 Breeze Botanicals became the first state of Oregon retailers of cannabis for all adults - both patients and consumers side-by-side. Proud to be serving all Oregonians as they explore cannabis. The dispensary carries over 30 herbs and plants that have proven medicinal benefits or may provide symptom relief displayed in an easy to understand fashion.  Along with an accessory room to help patients administer healing herbs to a boutique carrying local food, art, and crafts from Southern Oregon.

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