Cure Crate is a Black-owned, woman-owned company committed to increasing equity, justice, and accessibility. Our founders’ experience as a Black man in cannabis and a woman in healthcare shaped the values Cure Crate holds today.
When our co-founder Sean founded the cannabis strategy organization at one of Hollywood’s biggest talent agencies, he had hundreds of companies coming to pitch themselves, yet he was regularly the only Black person in the room. He recognized that the industry today was not representative of the people who originally built it, the people who use it, or the plant itself.
The criminalization of the cannabis plant resulted in nearly 16 million people arrested in the last decade. Since 2018, a small group of people (almost entirely unaffected by the war on drugs) has made over $10 billion in legal cannabis sales. Our founders have personal connections to the war on drugs - we’ve seen the damage it does to individuals, their families, and the community at large. It’s imperative we support equity and entrepreneurship in this industry.
Cure Crate donates a portion of all sales to support the Last Prisoner Project through our proceeds. With every order, you’re contributing to an innovative approach to clemency and reentry programs for cannabis offenders. We hope to do a small part in restoring justice to the cannabis industry.
Everyone deserves to be healthy and well, and that can look different to everyone! Cure Crate believes everyone has unique needs and what works for one person’s lifestyle might not work for another’s. True wellness requires a holistic, yet individualized approach. We want you to feel empowered in making the decisions that are best for your health. We treat you as the expert while providing support to help make informed decisions via our data, research, and education – paired with your unique experience and feedback to find the perfect match.
Everything Cure Crate does as a company is intricately connected to our commitment to health accessibility – our business model, our commitment to cannabis and racial justice, and even why we specifically talk about CBD being only one tool in your toolbox. If you aren’t able to access our service due to pricing, please reach out to us and we’ll work together to make something work.
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