PROCEEDS to AZFMR…
Last month’s Southwest Reggaefest #sowestreggaefest was a huge success with 100% proceeds donated to Arizonans for Mindful Regulation.
The #AZFMR ballot initiative to LegalizeAndRegulateMarijuanainArizona.com; www.AZFMR.com
has reached another milestone nearing 50,000 signatures collected to date with an all volunteer team!
Rain Baker of CAMP 420 presents check to Jason Medar campaign manager of #AZFMR
at Sunday weekly legalization meeting held at Jerry’s Restaurant in Phoenix.
11/16/2014Hello CAMP 420 friends. I want to personally thank each and every one of you for all the support you have shown this cannabis community we have helped to grow. We want to thank you and let you know we appreciate your support. With your help we’ve donated to Safer Arizona’s 2014 legalization campaign, we assisted several veterans organizations.; Wounded Warriors Project, The VFW Women’s Auxiliary, a VA supported home that helps homeless children and families. We helped buy uniforms for a local ROTC boy’s club that was in need. We have also held food drives for local charities, including the Joshua Tree Feeding Program for low income HIV patients and the United Food Bank in TEMPE. Not to forget is our ongoing support to St Mary’s Food Bank!!! Over 20 thousand pounds of food given so far!
Heartfelt thanks to you all! Here’s wishing you a Peaceful, loving and Happy 420!
6/17/2014 National Alliance to End Homelessness
“We appreciate the trust that this donation on your behalf implies and I assure you that these funds are being used to make a real difference for the homeless and at-risk men, women and children who depend on us to speak and work on their behalf. I can guarantee that we will not let up until the day comes when no American has to be homeless. “
Jennifer Olney, Development Coordinator
National Alliance to End Homelessness, 1518 K Street, NW, 2nd Floor
Washington, DC 20005
4/10/14 Wounded Warrior Project®.
“We want to thank you for your generous donation to Wounded Warrior Project®. Your gift enables us to provide comfort and aid to injured service members and their families.