What are the 12 Daze of Giving?
The 12 Daze of Giving are twelve consecutive days of small acts of giving to local non-profits organizations in the community. Here at Farmer Jane, we have 12 store locations across Regina, Saskatoon, and Winnipeg, which equates conveniently to 12 different locations.
Each Farmer Jane location came together as a team came to select their charity of choice to which they wanted to donate to for their select day on the 12 Daze of Giving calendar. This $250 donation goes to a community initiative/charity of choice in hopes to spread kindness and create a positive impact.
We also have stocked up on some Licensed Producer merch to give away to the first 12 customers at each of our stores! So make sure to keep coming to your local cannabis shop to stock up on some #PrettyGoodWeed and some pretty awesome merch.
Farmer Jane Grant Park and BZAM Cannabis
On the second day of the 12 Daze of Giving Calendar Farmer Jane Grant Park will be donating to the Canadian Mental Health Association. This community initiative could not be done alone. With the support of our friends at BZAM, we were able to donate $250 to this deserving cause.
Founded in 1918, the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) is the most established, most extensive community mental health organization in Canada. They are a federated charity, which means it is a collective of organizations bound together by a brand and mission. Together, they identify and respond to Canada’s most pressing mental health priorities. At the national level, they push for nationwide system and policy change. At the community level, millions of people in Canada rely on CMHA’s extensive grassroots presence. CMHA provides advocacy and resources that help to prevent mental health problems and illnesses, support recovery and resilience, and enable all Canadians to flourish and thrive.
Here’s how you can help
See the many ways to donate online directly to the Canadian Mental Health Association
From the Canadian Mental Health Association themselves, “Our vision is a Canada where mental health is a universal human right.”