Bloom Farms, a San Francisco-based marijuana company, has donated 500,000 meals to nonprofit food banks throughout the state, CEO Michael Ray has announced.
For every Bloom Farms product sold, the one-for-one cannabis business donates money to food banks across the state to cover the cost of sourcing and distributing a healthy meal to a family or individual in need. One Bloom Farms item sold has equaled one healthy meal donated since the Bay Area company started its one-for-one program in December of 2015.
“True corporate responsibility involves investing equally in the success of your business and the social good,” says Ray. “It’s always been important to me that Bloom Farms grows into a different kind of cannabis company, and I couldn’t be prouder of this team and this very important milestone.”