Committees implement the My Compassion annual agenda as proposed by the Board of Directors. With the efforts of our members who volunteer their time and ideas by serving on a committee, My Compassion is able to complete its objectives.
To fulfill its commitment to education and professional outreach, My Compassion relies on volunteers to staff the following positions and committees. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer please contact us here.
Oversees all the marketing, advertising and public relations of My Compassion. Oversee new program development and monitoring and assessing existing programs. To assist in promoting the efficient use of technology in our organization as it pertains to Security, Social Networking and Website development and maintenance. Coordinates, recruits, trains, schedules, and supervises volunteers in their important work. Volunteer Opportunities Click Here.
The Operations Committee includes Website Design and Management, Social Media, Marketing, Membership Relations, Google Grant, Videography and Photography, Volunteer Development, Donor Management, Sponsor and Partner Development.
Receives lists of donation requirements and fulfills fundraising goals. Arrange, coordinate, prepare, promote and track all aspects of Events and Special Meetings including food and beverage.
Fundraising and Events Committee includes Seminars, Telethons, Annual Gala, Hosted Fundraisers, Golf Charity, Charity Jars, Used Equipment / Thrift Shop, Grants, and CFC Fairs.
Plans various Community Outreach programs that are in line with the mission of My Compassion. The Membership Sub Committee shall promote membership growth and retention in the Organization and assist in the develop of new Chapters.
Community Outreach Committees include Public Meetings, Health Fairs & Festivals, Community Garden, Billboard Program, Chapter Development, The American Cultivator, Cannabis Patient Relief Program and My Tribal Compassion.
Publication resources is the development of guidebooks, seminars, training presentations and online class development.
Educational Curriculum Committee includes The Guides to understanding “State” Medical Marijuana Acts or Bills, E-book publishing, My Compassion Library Development, and Online Classes.
Getting involved could be as simple as typing an article for your branch to be submitted to The American Cultivator or becoming a blogger for My Compassion. Many of our involved members have gotten their start with a branch through blogging. To get involved contact My Compassion.
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My Compassion involvement, members become leaders and effective cannabis patient advocates in their communities, workplaces, and society in general. Take the time to learn about how you can become a leader today.
Professional development of the medical, legal, and social professions.
Training & Seminars Committee includes State Departments, Colleges & Universities, Hospitals & Clinics, Healthcare Professionals and College Credit Courses.
If it wasn’t for My Compassion’s desire to assist my family and I through the Cannabis Patient Relief Program we would have lost all hope. My Compassion not only assisted in educating our family but also found local resources.
The Community Meeting was the best I have seen yet. It was structured for a patient to understand the legalities, benefits of cannabis and how it will help me. I became a Medical Cannabis patient because of My Compassion’s thoroughness and resources. I continue to this day refer friends and family members to My Compassion!
My Compassion’s newspaper – The American Cultivator – is the most comprehensive patient focused magazine published. Great job! I can’t wait to see the next release.
My Compassion is the most advanced, professional organization in the country with historical milestones that place them as the experts in medical cannabis for patients, healthcare, and public safety. They have the most active community outreach and educational programs in the world. I trust My Compassion to do the right thing always and it’s all about compassion.
What we have here is an organization with the power and personnel that will be making the final push in legislation and public information that will lead to national reform for medical usage of marijuana.