If there’s anything that the COVID-19 pandemic has taught people, it’s that they’re all connected to each other in ways they couldn’t have even imagined. It’s a message that cannabis dispensary 420 HPC Port Hueneme has always believed in, and it’s the inspiration behind its active role in many community service initiatives.
As a proud Ventura County business, HPC Port Hueneme has developed many initiatives that support local projects to strengthen the surrounding community, holding up its end of the bargain to be a good neighbor.
From funding youth programming to feeding the hungry to supporting local wildlife, here’s how HPC Port Hueneme is stepping up to help.
1. The Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Oxnard and Port Hueneme
420 HPC Port Hueneme pledged to donate $100,000 to the Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Oxnard over the next five years. The money will be directed to the organization’s “Believe in Our Next Generation” campaign, which will create science, technology, engineering, arts and math (STEAM) innovation centers at each of the group’s four main clubhouses, along with other upgrades.
HPC founder Beth Thuna said that she is particularly eager for their funding to support arts and nutrition programs.
In addition, HPC recently committed to sponsoring 10 children for a year, providing those children with access to a safe space. The significant sponsorship is especially impactful this year because the Boys and Girls Clubs had to halt their fundraising efforts due to COVID-19 precautions.
2. Feeding the community with Food Share of Ventura County…