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Organization Dedicated to Providing Federally-Illegal Medicine to Children is Granted Federal 501(c)(3) Status

Cannabis is Not as Controversial as Suffering Children

Tampa, FL — May 5, 2016 — CannaMoms, a nationwide organization whose mission is to provide awareness of, education about, and access to cannabis medicine for critically or chronically ill, medically complex, and special needs children, is granted Federal 501(c)(3) status. This historic win for the cannabis community speaks to the transitioning public and political perception in America.

The Birth of CannaMoms

CannaMoms was created in 2014 as a parent-to-parent community of support that quickly grew into a nationwide organization helping families in need. From ensuring access to safe and tested medicine to relocating families to legal states, CannaMoms is dedicated to the children and is known as the St. Jude of Cannabis©.

The Year Ahead

With the approval of their Federal non-profit status, CannaMoms will be implementing several nationwide programs. An individual grant program aims to reduce the hardship that the cost of medicine not covered by insurance places on a family. A relocation program will help families in illegal states relocate to states where they can access the medicine their children need. Their awareness and educational campaigns will continue on a national level wherein moms across the country are taking part in media, documentaries, conferences, and events.

Taking Part in This Historic Movement

Dealing with the particularly controversial topic of cannabis and children, CannaMoms has set a new standard in the cannabis industry, bridging the gap between mainstream healthcare and cannabis medicine. For more information on donating or sponsoring this organization please contact Moriah Barnhart by email at or by phone at 813-580-1378.


1 Comment
  • Stephanie Boas

    My daughter needs mmj, it’s her last hope. She’s 25 and has LGS her entire life. We live in PA. and they just legalized it but it’s going to take about another 18 months before we can get it.

    June 1, 2016

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