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Volunteer Resources

Nevada’s cannabis companies are committed to giving back to their communities and these businesses approach philanthropy as a way to strengthen company culture, recruit and retain staff, and increase customer loyalty. Below, we’ve compiled a list of just some of the opportunities cannabis businesses have to partner with local nonprofits for meaningful volunteer and service opportunities.

The Just One Project is a local, grassroots non-profit organization bringing together more than 750 volunteers monthly for hands-on opportunities to meet the needs of the community.

The Just One Project has multiple ways for companies to make a difference

TJOP can create a custom, corporate team building volunteer day for employees and their families to connect for a hands-on opportunity to give back to the community. For more information, visit

One option for volunteers is the TJOP Community Market. The market is open Mon.-Fri., with service days on Tue.-Fri. Teams, families and individuals are encouraged to join. Volunteers will help assemble grocery bags and assist seniors and families with grocery pick up.

Project Clean Slate is the social justice program of Minorities for Medical Marijuana (M4MM). The program provides criminal record expungement and wrap-around services for select marijuana related charges to individuals (18+) in qualifying states.

M4MM and Project Clean Slate are looking for retailers to host record sealing and expungement clinics in Nevada

To discuss hosting an event, contact Nicole Buffong at

Three Square Food Bank provides wholesome food to hungry people, while passionately pursuing a hunger-free community. Three Square works with a service network of community partners in the community to reach struggling individuals and families at risk of hunger.

three square offers groups and individuals opportunities to volunteer with the organization both on-site and in off-site capacities

Forms to apply to volunteer as an individual or as a group are located at on the Three Square website at

HELP of Southern Nevada is committed to assisting individuals, families and youth throughout the Valley break down barriers and attain self-sufficiency though direct services, training, and referrals to community services.


To apply to volunteer with HELP of Southern Nevada, visit

Caridad seeks to humanize the houseless by using gardening to reintegrate formerly homeless veterans back into the workforce.

Caridad is currently seeking donors to support the group’s latest project: caridad gardens

To learn more about how Caridad uses gardening to empower veterans as well as to become a donor, click here. To work with Caridad in a group capacity, reach out to Merideth Spriggs, Caridad Chief Kindness Officer at

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