Franklin In The Community

Prisoners face considerable challenges when it comes to earning money for commissary items. Incarcerated individuals typically receive meager wages for the work they do within the prison, as low as 14 cents per hour. As a result, prisoners struggle to save money for basic necessities, such as toiletries, snacks, and phone calls to stay connected with their loved ones. This financial hardship can exacerbate the already difficult conditions of incarceration, making it even more challenging for prisoners to maintain a semblance of dignity and comfort behind bars.

The Commissary Program works to make sure that no individual incarcerated for cannabis crimes feels alone behind bars while the legal market thrives. Every month they add $300 to every inmate currently serving time for non-violent cannabis offenses.

Franklin Fields is proud to donate $1 from each cart sold directly to the commissary accounts of federal cannabis prisoners.

Past criminal offenses can create unnecessary barriers to housing and employment long after someone has paid their dues to society. GLEN can help you take advantage of Michigan’s new “Clean Slate” law.

The Great Lakes Expungement Network (GLEN) is a collection of community-based organizations, professionals, businesses, and criminal defense attorneys dedicated to providing Michiganders with criminal records an opportunity for a clean slate through fee-free expungements.

Help give our Michiganders a fresh start.  For every can of Sweet Justice sold, we’re donating a portion of proceeds to GLEN.

Sons and Daughters United (SADU) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides financial, emotional, and legal support to low-income, underprivileged, and minority populations. 

The Botanical Co. is especially proud to support SADU during its holiday grant in which families navigating incarceration, chronic illness, and disabilities are provided with essentials to live and better their lives.

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