Giving Back


The Cannabis Community Comes Together

Thanks to the ongoing generosity of the cannabis community, the Magic Mann Global Indigenous Fund (MMGIF) is awarding a grant of up to $10,000 to any person who identifies as Indigenous or as a multi generational Vermonter and who wants access to the Cannabis Industry.

Thanks to over two dozen local businesses in the canna-community as well as donations at check-out in our retail store, we were able to provide TWO different $10,000 grants to people in the community.​

Stay Tuned For The Next Round of Grants!

What Has The MMGIF Done To Date?

April 2023 – Donated $2,000 to each of the following organizations: Gedakina, Abenaki Helping Abenaki, Seventh Generation Fund for Indigenous People and Aunt Dot’s Place

SEPTEMBER 2022 – The Global Indigenous Fund created by Magic Mann created their first Global Indigenous Grant. A grant funded by members of the Vermont Cannabis Business Industry in hopes of providing the starting cornerstones for an Indigenous Community Member to join the Cannabis Community. In conjunction with the Pennywise Foundation, we look forward to the next step in the grant giving process and hope that we can return some of what was taken from them, back to the Indigenous Communities of our state and others in the United States.

2021 – Abenaki, Food and Education Drive to help provide healthy food options and Educate Vermonters about their indigenous neighbors.

DECEMBER 2020 – 5% of web profits was donated to MMGIF by Magic Mann LLC, to be allocated to the help feed and fund resources for Mohawk Akwesasne Youth in Northern NY and Canada.

NOVEMBER 2020 – We raised $1500 to purchase a portable commercial UV Light Sanitizer for Totsoh Trading Post. The hub of the community for Lukaichukai Arizona, and surrounding Communities.


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