PORTLAND, Ore. – One of Oregon’s top cannabis operators, Chalice Farms, showed its support for the Pink Lemonade Project in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October, raising a total of $10,450 for the organization.
Throughout the month of October, Chalice Farms donated 15 percent of sales from pink products including Chalice Chews edibles, Grön Ruby Cacao chocolates, High Desert Pure Soak and Fizz, and Elysium Fields tinctures to the Pink Lemonade Project. All participating products were marked with a pink Chalice Farms logo that were identifiable in all retail stores.
The Pink Lemonade Project educates, empowers, and supports those affected by breast cancer in the Portland and Vancouver metropolitan areas. The nonprofit offers a large portfolio of programs and events for patients, caregivers, and families working directly with healthcare organizations regionally. Chalice Chews are an effects-based edibles line available in sleep, calm, energy, balance, recovery and more to support overall health and wellness for both new and experienced customers Grön’s Ruby Cacao chocolates have a colorful pink hue and are sourced from rare ruby cocoa beans.
About Chalice Farms
Since its inception in 2014 as one of the first cannabis companies in Oregon, Chalice Farms has grown into one of the top cannabis operators in the state, now with seven locations in the Portland metropolitan area. Locations include 13315 NE Airport Way, 823 SW Naito Pkwy., 1178 N Hwy 99W, 15252 OR-224, 5333 SE Powell Blvd., 16735 SW Pacific Hwy. and 10055 NE Glisan St. Voted “People’s Choice Award” winner in DOPE Magazine for its in-house edibles in 2015, Chalice Farms is a farm-to-table lifestyle cannabis company based in the Pacific Northwest. Senior citizens and military members always receive 10 percent off at all locations. Chalice Farms is built on a foundation of health and wellness, education, product innovation and customer service excellence. More information is available on the website, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.