Magic Mann Presents

The Global Indigenous Fund

The fund was created to promote a culture in the Vermont Cannabis Industry that acknowledges the disproportionate suffering of Indigenous people caused by cannabis prohibition and gives back to Vermonters in need.

Indigenous People Are In Need of Water

Learn About What's Happening

The Navajo Nation reservation stretches across 27,000 square miles in AZ, UT and NM. Almost a third of the 170,000 people there do not have access to clean, reliable drinking water. Thousands who live without running water must drive for miles to refill barrels and jugs to haul water home for drinking, cooking, bathing, and cleaning. Others rely on unregulated wells. They risk the possibility of contaminated water. Our video features clips from Meredith’s family trip to the area in 2018. Part of the Magic Mann Global Indigenous Funds mission is to help with food security; without access to safe water, this cannot happen at all. Please join us in assisting tribes along the Colorado River. Follow us on our social media pages to stay up to date on the crisis, and donate here to help those in need.


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!

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