Ben Hinton

Dispensing support

NANAIMO – Marijuana dispensary donates to Crimson Coast Dance Society.

Ben Hinton, left, and Anita Büchert Roy Naïmi, right, from Trees Dispensary, presents Holly Bright, with Crimson Coast Dance Society, with a donation of $1,000 from clients of the Nanaimo-based medical marijuana dispensary.

Through the collection, consideration and distribution of these donations, Trees is acting as a liaison for clients to help in the community.

The clients, cannabis users, are community members, and Trees has created a place for the collection of donations to have impact.

Other recipients include women’s centres and food banks.

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