For A Cause - Breast Cancer Awareness 2019
For a limited time, our special edition pink vape pens are available for purchase in select states – and throughout the month of October, we’ll be sharing the stories of breast cancer survivors and the impact that medical cannabis has had on their lives.
In this fight against breast cancer, Rythm is supporting Making Strides Against Breast Cancer, raising money and walking together across the country to fight against this deadly disease.
Want to get involved? Join one of our Rythm teams and walk with us!
Rythm will donate $15,000 to Making Strides Against Breast Cancer this year on behalf of our five local teams. Help us double that!
For A Cause - Pride 2019
Activists within the LGBTQ community were instrumental in paving the road to legal medical cannabis. Throughout the 1990s, they fought for the HIV/AIDS community’s right to wellness – and with their perseverance, the future of legal medical cannabis was forever changed with the passing of the Compassionate Care Act of 1996 (aka, Prop 215).
Throughout the month of June, Rythm will remember the path to Prop 215, celebrating a few of these heroes and their remarkable stories. For a limited time, and while supplies last, our rainbow Rythm Pride Pens will also be available for purchase to registered medical cannabis patients in select markets.
A portion of the proceeds from our Rythm Pride Pens will directly benefit the GLBT Historical Society, an organization dedicated to supporting and promoting an understanding of LGBTQ history, culture, and arts in all their diversity.
For A Cause - Breast Cancer Awareness 2018
This October, limited edition pink Rythm disposable vaporizer pens are available to registered medical cannabis patients at all Rise and GTI-owned dispensaries as well as select dispensaries throughout Illinois, Pennsylvania and Maryland.
Rythm has made pre-paid donations and is partnering with three breast cancer organizations: The Lynn Sage Foundation In Illinois; METAvivor in Maryland; and Living Beyond Breast Cancer in Pennsylvania.