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Cannabis Industry Comes Together for Woolsey Fire Fundraiser
A four course chef dinner followed by a party with music and DJs.
Peter Cervieri

As we return from holiday celebrations with friends and family and kick off 2019, let’s take a moment to help families and communities affected by the recent fires.

The Malibu Foundation, Future Cannabis Project, Emerald Exchange, California Cannabis Manufacturers Association, UCLA Canna Club, and AWA OASIA  are organizing a fundraiser on Friday, February 15th in downtown LA, from 2pm to 1am. Proceeds from the event will go directly to The Malibu Foundation, which is working to assist in recovery for victims of the Woolsey Fire.

Doors open at 2pm for general admission ticket holders. Afternoon activities include Yoga classes, massage therapists, musical performances and panel discussions. Evening activities include a chef dinner for those who purchase dinner tickets followed by a party with DJs for all ticket holders.

The Chef Dinner begins at 7. Throughout the dinner, a few people who have lost their homes will share their stories with attendees and update us on how we can continue to help, with time, money or support. There will also be a silent auction, with products and services donated by our partners.


This is a BYOBud event.

This is the beginning of a series of fundraisers for various causes to show the public, elected officials, and media that the cannabis industry is a positive participant in local communities throughout California. Cannabis Cares.

Some pictures of the 14,000 square foot venue:


Thanks to our partners and supporters

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