With the Human Trafficking Awareness Month: Donation Drive, we want to send a message that the cannabis industry is more than its product, it’s for the healing of the whole community. We are thankful the Great Falls and Billings communities have embraced the cannabis industry and  it’s important to support them back. 

Holistic Releaf is proud to announce that we are partnering with two organizations that support our youth which ultimately fiights against Human Trafficking.  We are driven to gather enough items and distribute them to the community in need. Every bit counts! Help us make a difference by bringing in 1 item, get $3 off. Bring in 2 or more and get $5 off. 

What to bring?

Anything and everything helps. We have compiled a list of goods that can be donated that will help fill the pantries of these important non-profit organizations. The items are not just food but small clothing items,transportation passes and more.

Tumbleweed List

Through the Human Trafficking Awareness Month: Donation Drive, Tumbleweed provides emergent supplies including hygiene items, school supplies, clothing, and transportation passes. The following items are especially helpful and immediately useful:

  • Food:
    • Easy open/microwave ready/single-serve meals
    • Pasta and sauces
    • Canned fruit
    • Canned chili and soup, noodle cups
    • Bottled Water
    • Granola bars/trail mix/snack packs
  • Hygiene items:
    • New socks
    • New underwear – briefs in size medium and large
    • Full-size shampoo, conditioner, lotion & soap
  • Also helpful:
    • Handwarmers
    • Foot powder
    • Backpacks
    • MET bus passes, 1-ride and 10-ride

Alliance for Youth – Great Falls List

Human Trafficking Awareness Month: Donation Drive with The Alliance for Youth that needs your support now more than ever, as Great Falls and the surrounding area have crisis levels of youth homelessness and an overloaded foster care system.The following items are especially helpful and immediately useful for the Donation Drive.

Needed Supplies: 

1. Cup of noodles, mac and cheese, Rice a Roni 

2. Individually wrapped snacks (chips, cookies, crackers, fruit snacks, granola bars etc.) 

3. Dishwasher pods, laundry pods and dryer sheets

 4. Women’s and men’s deodorant 

5. Hats and gloves 

6. Cases of bottled waters 

7. Paper Towels, paper plates, plastic cutlery, hot drink cups and serving gloves 

8. Kleenex, hand soap, band aids and Clorox/disinfectant wipes 

9. Canned chili, canned tuna, pasta, Beef a Roni and canned soup 

10. Gift cards and Birthday cards (Walmart, Target, McDonald’s, Burger King, Taco Bell, Wendy’s, Little Caesars)

The more people who help we can ensure that we can have a bigger presence in our community and help others who are truly in need. Hopefully this donation drive will also bring awareness to other organizations in the community and brands.

Whether you decide to donate or participate in the event, we hope that it will create awareness around human-trafficking and how to help eradicate it. As we close out Human Trafficking Awareness Month, let’s continue to educate ourselves and make a difference.

Human Trafficking Awareness Month: Donation Drive Drop by locations:

Great Falls – 6 Black Eagle Rd., Great Falls, MT 59404, open daily from 10am – 7pm.

Billings – 2860 Old Hardin Road, Suite D Billings, MT 59101, open Monday through Saturday from 10am – 6:30pm.

Live well, live holisitc!