The Artist Tree Partners with Project Angel Food to Host Toy Drive

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The Artist Tree  a cannabis destination and member of Emerald Village West Hollywood, has partnered with Project Angel Food this holiday season to host a toy drive for families affected by life-threatening illnesses. For everyone out holiday shopping in the Emerald Village, the world’s new center of cannabis culture, or simply passing through, we invite them to bring an unwrapped toy to The Artist Tree in exchange for a free pre-roll. ONE pre-roll per toy drive donation going on until December 9th.

Toy Drive donations can be dropped off at 8625 Santa Monica Blvd West Hollywood, CA 90069, any time during business hours.

About Project Angel Food:
Project Angel Food prepares and delivers over one million medically tailored meals each year, free of charge to homes of men, women, and children affected by life-threatening illnesses.  Declared an essential service during the COVID-19 pandemic by Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, Project Angel Food has expanded to meet the moment and the need throughout Los Angeles County to deliver medically tailored meals and nutritional counseling services to more than 2,400 people per day. This is an increase of 54% from our pre-pandemic numbers.

Under the care of Project Angel Food’s registered dietitians, and in consultation with each client’s primary healthcare case manager, clients receive one-on-one nutritional counseling and a customized menu that is designed to meet the unique needs of their diagnosis and aligned with their personal dietary restrictions and preferences. Currently, the Project Angel Food kitchen creates 13 variations of each menu.

More About the Artist Tree:
The Artist Tree delivers immersive experiences and one-of-a-kind destinations for cannabis learning, shopping, art and, dare we say – getting high.

It was founded by Lauren Fontein, Avi Kahan, Mitchell Kahan and Aviv Halimi. With more than 13 years of experience in the California cannabis industry, The Artist Tree team is passionate about changing how people experience cannabis.

Their mission is to provide safe access to legal cannabis, raise awareness of the health benefits of cannabis, showcase artists from the community and break stereotypes surrounding cannabis sales and consumption.

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