A healthcare organization based in Eugene, Oregon, that provides medical, wound care, herbal medicine, nutritional counselling and emotional support to those in need and without the resources to source from the private sector. They also provide personal care products and a Sunday dinner. Occupy is a volunteer organization that believes healthcare is a basic human right that should be made accessible to everyone. We wholeheartedly agree.
Herbalist Ricardo Scippio
A herbalist and health care practitioner in Vancouver, B.C. Chris has many people in his practice who are either homeless or on very low budgets. He is well informed about mushroom extracts and uses them extensively in his practice.
Alliance Medical Center supports more than 13,000 families each year, most of whom are from low-income backgrounds, are un-/underinsured, and who would otherwise continue to suffer and worsen without receiving basic medical services.
The Jellyfish Project
The Jellyfish Project’s purpose is to promote environmental stewardship by educating youth and the general public on climate change and ocean sustainability through live music, presentations, and community engagement.
Clayoquot Action is a Tofino, BC based conservation society committed to protecting the biocultural diversity of Clayoquot Sound. Our goals are accomplished through public education, citizen research and monitoring, and advocacy. Clayoquot Action stands for democratic rights, Indigenous Rights and the Rights of Mother Earth.
Sunshine Coast Hospice
The Sunshine Coast Hospice Society is a charitable organization of committed volunteers who provide compassionate and respectful end-of-life and bereavement support to people on the Sunshine Coast, BC.
Working with partners in government, business, and the community, MAPS Canada is committed to advancing psychedelic medicine by supporting scientific, multidisciplinary research; advocating for drug policy reform; offering public education; and supporting equitable access to legal and regulated psychedelic medicine in Canada.
As a leading voice for organics in BC, the COABC (now Organic BC) is instrumental in developing the national organic standards. It also generates a network of farmers, ranchers, processors, and consumers that have been working together to sustain healthy ecosystems, build fair relationships, and recognize the complexity and interconnectedness of the world we live in.