2014 - Milestones

2014 brought another name change to the organization as requests begin to come in from around the country to open branches in other states changed from Michigan Compassion to My Compassion and was created for patients to focus on themselves by showing compassion to your health.


Three hour collegiate course to nursing students at Calvin College "Pain in the Class" on the medical benefits and science of cannabinoids.

The American Cultivator first release under new ownership.

Wayne State University - 3rd year Law School Presentation with Alysa Erwin and Dr. Mark Neumann about Medical Cannabinoids.

Central Michigan University presentation about My Compassion to a classroom of students.

Presentation to Denver audience to 5,000 attendees on the benefits of Cannabinoids and My Compassion.

Presentation at the AutismOne Expo on how cannabinoids helps with spectrum disorders and how My Compassion has become a fast growing grassroots organization.

Presentation in Atlanta, Georgia to 1,000 attendees on the medical benefits of cannabinoids and hemp.

Chicago Canna Conference hosted by My Compassion held at Navy Pier for 3,000 attendees.

My Compassion begins branch development for its first branch in Illinois.

Alternative Treatments private presentation and seminar for the benefits of cannabinoids and My Compassion.

The American Cultivator "second release" with focus on Hemp.

Wellness House Cancer Support Group presentation in Hinsdale, Illinois of how cannabinoids helps with cancer with Alysa Erwin, Phil Devries, Dr. Elliot Levine, and Attorney Sam Borek.

Begin the development of its second branch in Colorado for My Compassion.

The American Cultivator 4th Release and 1 year anniversary with a final tally of 1.3 million readers.