top of page

Compassionate Care Giveaway Event

On Wednesday, June 22nd, 2022 the Nevada County Cannabis Alliance Compassion Committee is hosting its inaugural Compassionate Care Giveaway, providing local medical cannabis to Nevada County patients in need.

The Compassionate Care Giveaway will take place from 3:00pm – 7:00pm at the local dispensary, Elevation ‘2477, 569 Searls Avenue, Nevada City, CA 95959.

All patients are required to bring a current medical cannabis recommendation and valid ID to receive free cannabis medicine. Cannabis medical recommendations can be obtained at Medical cannabis educators will be available on-site.

“Ensuring that our community prioritizes cannabis as medicine has been at the heart of regulating cannabis in Nevada County. I am grateful to Wade Laughter and Forrest Hurd who generously shared their deep knowledge of the healing powers of cannabis with me and countless others.”
Heidi Hall, Nevada County District 1 Supervisor

The Nevada County Cannabis Alliance Compassion Committee provides free cannabis medicine, sourced and produced locally, to qualified patients throughout Nevada County. Licensed Nevada County cannabis businesses have organized to supply cannabis that is locally cultivated, manufactured, tested, distributed, and dispensed.

Casey Angeley, Owner of Emerald Bay Extracts in Nevada City, worked directly with local cultivators in the creation of 25mg 1:1 Stephen Hawking cannabis tablets. Taken orally, patients report these tablets help with symptoms related to cancer, chemotherapy as well as chronic pain. “The licensed businesses in this community have come together to create something beneficial for many who are suffering all different kinds of ailments, I hope that these tablets reach those who have been left behind by the recreational market, and those who need it most.”

This event is a collaborative effort by members of The Nevada County Cannabis Alliance in partnership with Elevation ‘2477.

Recent Posts

See All

"Transition Period" : Timeline Reminder

For those license holders who submitted Nevada County Cannabis Cultivation permit applications in 2019 and who have items they are still working on under a “Transition Plan,“ now is a good time to che


bottom of page