Eaze Donates Proceeds to LGBTQ+ Organizations

Diana Gonimah
Jun 11, 2020

Since its founding, Eaze has participated in annual Pride celebrations across California, never missing the opportunity to honor and support the community that shaped the cannabis industry and fought for the end of Prohibition.

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the tradition of LGBTQIA+ Pride celebrations around the world, and sheltering in place doesn’t mean we’re celebrating any less–just differently.

To make your Pride-in-place as special as possible while giving back to organizations that fight day in and day out for the LGBTQIA+ community, Eaze and its brand partners will be donating a portion of Pride Week sales to the San Francisco LGBT Center and the Los Angeles LGBT center.

We’re joining forces with some of your favorite cannabis brands–Cann, Wyld, Punch, Plus, Grav and Leune. Cann, Wyld, Punch, and Leune will be donating to the SF LGBT Center and LA LGBT Center.

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, Plus, which has donated to organizations like The Trevor Project and the SF LGBT Center in previous years, will be donating proceeds to the SF Bay Area Queer Nightlife Fund, focusing its impact on those within the community disproportionately affected by the pandemic.

Nightlife is central to the Bay Area’s queer culture and is the core of the community. People working to keep that industry alive and vibrant have suddenly found themselves out of work. SF QNF has stepped in to help the most vulnerable members of their community in a time of great need.

Like Plus, Grav will be giving back to its local LGBTQ+ community. A Texas-based brand, Grav will be donating a portion of its Pride Week sales to Equality Texas.

While we’re going to miss the solidarity and joys of marching in the San Francisco, San Diego and LA Pride parades this year, we’ll be celebrating Pride and love while sheltering in place and we hope you can join us.

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