Here’s the press launch…
The Sacramento Cannabis Industry Association (SCIA), a corporation devoted to advancing and creating consciousness round the many constructive impacts the hashish business and its various members have on the native communities by which they function, immediately formally introduced their Cannabis Cares Grant Program that can present $250,000 in financial and in-kind contributions to help new dispensary license holders. SCIA additionally will present consulting companies throughout the City’s RFQ and RFP course of to candidates in want.
“The SCIA will provide each new license holder a $5,000 monetary grant and a $20,000 in-kind grant of cannabis consulting services, which includes vital business services such as compliance management, human resources, access to private business capital/loans, security and employment training,” mentioned Robert Baca, SCIA’s Executive Director. “We also are excited to partner with the California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce, the California Asian Chamber of Commerce, and the California African American Chamber of Commerce to work with each recipient to provide these grants and resources.”
On October 13, the Sacramento City Council unanimously authorised 10 new dispensary permits that will likely be awarded to candidates which have participated in the City’s Cannabis Opportunity Reinvestment and Equity (CORE) program. The City will likely be choosing people by means of a aggressive RFQ course of, which the City plans to open to the public earlier than the finish of the 12 months.
“The City recognizes the importance of providing valuable resources to our cannabis community to ensure the success of their business,” mentioned Davina Smith, Sacramento’s Cannabis Manager. “We are pleased that the Sacramento Cannabis Industry Association and several of their member organizations have pledged their support to work with the new CORE license holders and the City in our efforts to increase the diversification of the cannabis industry.”
To qualify for the license, metropolis residents should meet pre-determined necessities, reminiscent of incomes beneath an revenue threshold, residing in particular zip codes most impacted by the War on Drugs, or having a previous arrest for a cannabis-related cost.
About The Sacramento Cannabis Industry Association
The Sacramento Cannabis Industry Association supplies a united voice for small companies; advances and protects native jobs and the economic system created and supported by the hashish business; educates the public on the advantages of the hashish business of their communities, and promotes fairness and inclusion with companies small and massive that share in defending and rising jobs in the Sacramento area.
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