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THANK YOU FOR VOTING US #1 IN 2016 FOR:
Dispensary Staff Most Knowledgeable
About The Medicinal Properties Of Cannabis
2016 RUNNER-UP IN CATEGORIES FOR
Dispensary with The Best Variety of Cannabis Oils
Dispensary with The Best Variety of Cannabis Strains
Dispensaries with The Best Potent Strains
Dispensaries with The Best Mellow Strains
We know that diagnoses hold no prejudices, and that people of all kinds have come to require some form of access to cannabis. We also understand how difficult modern medicine can be to navigate, especially when living with an ailment, which is why our unique community health model is widely known as a safe space of healing.
We value Empowerment, and personal autonomy when it comes to an individual’s healing journey, as such, we are pleased to invite all persons over 19+ to personally affirm their diagnosis in order to gain safe access to medicine, support and education and support our community’s healing by way of their cannabis purchases!
Benefits to becoming a Member include:
Subsidized cannabis and non-cannabis medicine and services including out of province services
Access to free monthly donation
Birthday and Member Appreciation Day Gifts
Entry to win valued prizes at Member Appreciation Events
Voting Rights at the AGMs
Opportunity to apply to the Board of Directors
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The BC Compassion Club Society is a consensus-run, not-for-profit organization that meets the holistic healing needs of a large and growing community. As part of our services we operate a Wellness Centre and are looking for herbal apothecary relief.
The position is relief/on call, likely about 1 shift per week in the summer and 1-3 shifts per month following. Flexible availability during the summer is a requirement. Starting wage is $16 per hour.
Job start date is June 26th 2017
Applications are due on May 26th 2017
- Dispensing herbal formulas including tincture blends, teas, oils, and flower essences
- Quality control (including batch tracking)
- Maintaining apothecary supplies including refilling, ordering, and recording inventory of herbs, supplements and supplies
- Receiving and invoicing herbs from suppliers
- Maintaining apothecary cleanliness (including washing glassware, dusting, etc)
- Making herbal capsules
- Clinical Herbalist training and/or experience
- Experience dispensing herbal formulas in a busy apothecary
- Available on short notice; flexible schedule
- Working knowledge of European herbs and their material medica
- Working knowledge of plants indigenous to and introduced to this area and their material medica
If you are interested in the position, please email Maryann Abbs for the application: firstname.lastname@example.org
Submit a cover letter, resume and job application via email by Tuesday May 26, 2017.
The BCCCS honours diversity in both its membership and staff and always encourages/prioritizes applications from First Nations, people of colour, people of all genders and sexual orientations.
Effective June 1, 2017, we will be raising minimum fees to $20 for sessions of all services offered in our Wellness Centre.
At $10 a session, our fees fell far below the average cost ($50-$150) to see private practitioners elsewhere who are offering the same healing modalities we offer. Our new fee charge is better reflective of the value of our services while still remaining accessible to most people.
This decision ensures we can accommodate our membership and maintain an option for sliding-scale fees when necessary. Please speak to your practitioner if this fee increase creates a barrier to accessing our services.
We want to acknowledge and send our appreciation to members who are able to contribute donations above the minimum fee charge, the value you place on our work aids in our community’s healing.
We are grateful to each and all of you for your continued support of the BCCCS.
The BC Compassion Club Society is seeking a fundraising consultant to develop and implement a fundraising and/or marketing strategy to ensure the long term sustainability of the BC Compassion Club Wellness Centre. The successful proposer will have excellent relationship building skills, grant writing, and marketing skills. Knowledge of the cannabis industry landscape is an asset.
Eligibility to submit:
To be considered and chosen for this project, consultants must demonstrate that they specialize in development and fundraising activities with a particular interest in non-profit organizations Consultants must be able to show that they have successfully completed services, similar to those specified in the Scope of Work section of this RFP.
The purpose of this project is to assist the BC Compassion Club to develop and implement a fundraising plan to fund the BC Compassion Club Wellness Centre.
The BC Compassion Club Society intends to enter into agreements for Development and Fundraising for a one year period with the possibility of renewal for an additional year.
Release of request for proposal: April 18, 2017
About the BC Compassion Club Society:
The BC Compassion Club Society, a registered not-for-profit society, is a cannabis dispensary and holistic health centre. Our 20 year old organization is a unique model. All of the profits from cannabis sales go to support low cost or free holistic health treatments such as: acupuncture, herbal medicine, holistic nutrition, counseling, integrative energy healing, craniosacral therapy and bodywork. As such, we are one of the few points of access for affordable holistic health treatments in the Vancouver area. Our waitlists range from 1-2 years because of the scarcity of affordable treatment in this region.
While clients of the clinic are from diverse backgrounds, 95% are low-income, and live with a chronic health challenge. Many clients have mobility issues, and the clinic has worked hard to ensure that the whole space is fully wheel chair accessible.
The BC Compassion Club spends approximately $300, 000 per year to operate the Wellness Centre. Each year, we are able to offer more than 3000 subsidized appointments.
More information about the BC Compassion Club can be found at: www.thecompassionclub.org
Please note that at this time the BC Compassion Club Society is not eligible for Charitable Status.