From Georgia C.A.R.E. Director James Bell

Hello Friends and Supporters,

Here’s something new!

November marks the second anniversary of Georgia C.A.R.E. Project. With your help we have become a leader in the cannabis reform movement in Georgia. We have hosted rallies and forums on college campuses, spoke at civic meetings, lobbied legislators and testified before committee hearings, conducted media interviews and radio and TV talk shows and distributed tens of thousands of fliers and brochures.

Today we are at a crossroad. We must determine what our focus will be over the next two years. Should we focused on cannabis medicine only? Should we advocate for criminal justice reform? Is industrial hemp an issue for us? Should we be doing it all?

As a volunteer organization we are limited to the time spent each week on reform matters. Do we want a full time advocate? Can we raise the funds needed to grow our project?

These are just some of the issues we face as we move forward.

The next 2 months will be a busy time for Georgia C.A.R.E. Hearings, meetings, forums, interviews are on the calendar.

We need your support. Can you donate? Volunteer? Do you have a talent or skill to offer?

We are organizing a “Cannabis Ambassadors” program for people like you who want to be more involved – volunteers we can count on to help organize and advocate for reform. We will have more information on this program later this month.

Take a look at what’s in store for C.A.R.E. over the next few months.

November 12: Medical Cannabis Hearing – Augusta Ga. At Georgia Regents University 1:00 pm -3:00 pm
November 20: Public Forum – with James Bell – Morehouse University – Atlanta – 6:30 pm
November 13: Taping – “Doc Talk with Dr. Jeffrey Gallups” on WGST 640 AM – Airs 8:00 am Sundays
December 3: Final medical cannabis hearing – Georgia State Capitol – 1:00 pm
January 11: Wild Hog Supper – Georgia Railroad Depot – 5:30 – 7:30 pm – Food Bank Fundraiser
January 12: Start of Legislative Session – Georgia General Assembly – Gold Dome Atlanta
January 15: Forum on Cannabis Re-Legalization Jeff Maxwell Library – 5:00 – 6:30pm Augusta GA

These are just some of the events coming up over the next few months.

Georgia C.A.R.E. will continue to be a voice for reform and reason. With your partnership we can change the laws and bring compassion and justice to the state of Georgia.

For Compassion, Freedom and Justice
James Bell – Founder / Director Georgia C.A.R.E.