Part of our core mission at Meadow is to do all that we can to ensure that the legal cannabis industry is as equitable as possible for all involved, especially for Black and Brown communities whose lives were destroyed by the decades-long War on Drugs, with cannabis enforcement practices that created multigenerational trauma, incarceration and oppression of communities across America.
We are proud to have worked with organizations like the Minority Cannabis Business Association for the last 5+ years to craft cannabis policy frameworks that are equitable to help social equity participants and the industry as a whole to move forward. We regularly sponsor events such as the Equity Sessions and teach free retail compliance curriculum and lead workforce development training with groups like Equity for Industry at Success Centers and Our Academy to help social equity applicants get more access to education and training.
We published the Cannabis Safe to help new operators get access to capital with equitable investment terms. We speak about how policymakers and industry leaders can create a more equitable market.
Juneteenth is a paid company holiday for Meadow employees, and we encourage our team to take this day to learn about the devastating effects of the War on Drugs and help brainstorm solutions to give back to communities of culture.
We're committed to using our platform, our voice, our resources and our community to continue to find more robust ways to support social equity.
We are proud to power some of the first operational social equity dispensaries and delivery services. We also offer discounted pricing on our dispensary and delivery software for licensed social equity applicants.Get a custom quote
Our Corporate Social Responsibility Policy Codifies our Commitment to Helping the Cannabis Community Succeed.Learn More About Our Corporate Social Responsibility Policy