We Care

We Care is CannTrust’s National Social Responsibility platform. Developed by CannTrust employees, the platform focuses the companies philanthropic efforts in four key areas – Lifting People out of Poverty; Health and Wellness; Safe Consumption; and Sustainability. We Care recognizes and extends the socially responsible approach which is the foundation of the company. Its goal is to incite meaningful, positive, social change, which is relevant to CannTrust, our employees, customers, cannabis consumers and all Canadians.  


Hospice Niagara focuses on improving the quality of life for people living with life-limiting illnesses, dying, death, loss and grief. Through a variety of programs and services, Hospice Niagara is able to provide compassionate comfort and support for families.

Hospice Niagara programs and services are offered at no cost to clients.

A national organization based out of Toronto, CAEH is a registered charity dedicated to eradicating homelessness in Canada. Its flagship campaign, Built for Zero Canada, in an ambitious national change effort helping a core group of leading communities end chronic homelessness.

The organization’s structured, supportive and data-driven approach focuses on optimizing local homeless systems, accelerating the adoption of proven practices driving continuous improvement.

Project SHARE is a charitable organization based in Niagara Falls, Ontario that provides emergency food to more than 100 families per day who are living below the poverty line. The organization operates three community and allotment gardens in the Niagara region that provide 4,000 pounds of organic produce for local food banks to help ensure families have access to nutritious food.

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