Did you know that 1 in 4 struggles to make ends meet? Our community needs our help!
This November we are hosting a Canned Food Drive. We will be collecting donations for the Howard County Food Bank. We will also choose a local family in need to host and feed a full Thanksgiving dinner.
When we ran this drive a few years back our table almost broke because of how many donations we received. LET’S DO THIS TRILOGY FAM!
#GIVEBACKGETBACK – EARN UP TO 50 LOYALTY POINTS PER DAY!
10 Extra Loyalty Points per non-perishable food item donated (up to 50pts per day) OR 10 Extra Loyalty Points for every $5 cash donation. Cash donations will benefit both the food pantry and we will sponsor a local family in need for a full Thanksgiving dinner.
This October we are hosting a Warm Coat Drive and collecting new and gently used/clean coats for Community Assistance Network (CAN). Community Assistance Network is a Baltimore County based non-profit organization that was established in 1965. Their mission is simple – to provide programs to help low-income families become self-sufficient. CAN relies on community partnerships such as our own to help sustain their mission.
This is our second time hosting a Warm Coat Drive with Community Assistance Network. Our Warm Coat Drive in 2019 was one of our most successful Community Drives at Trilogy to date – THANK YOU.
Our goal is to put AS MANY warm coats on backs as we can this winter season. What could be lurking in the back of your closet that’s out of fashion or doesn’t fit anymore? Donations are accepted at Trilogy Wellness: 9291 Baltimore National Pike Ellicott City, MD 21042 through October 31, 2021
Earn Extra Points: earn 15 xtra loyalty points per coat donated (100pts max)
GRAND PRIZE: every coat donated is an entry ticket into our raffle to win 20% off the whole month of December!
Our children have been champions this past year and a half, learning to adapt to virtual learning as the world tried to figure out a new normal. They put play dates on hold, wore tiny masks, mastered the use of hand sanitizer, & adapted to learning online. As schools prepare for a fresh year, many kids are still in need of a new backpack and supplies to start off their school year.
With Covid-19 restrictions easing up, we are thrilled to be collecting new and unopened school supplies & monetary donations again for our 4th Annual Back to School Supply Drive in support of Prepare for Success Howard County and St. Francis Neighborhood Center in Baltimore.
Many of you know our big Community table in the dispensary – in fact you almost broke it on multiple occasions from an overwhelming amount of donations. Let’s do it again!
If You Donate:
5 Supplies or $5 = 25 Extra Loyalty Points
10 Supplies or $10 = 50 Extra Loyalty Points
15 Supplies or $15 = 75 Extra Loyalty Points
20 Supplies or $20 =.100 Extra Loyalty Points
Click here to learn more about Prepare for Success Howard County:
Click here to learn more about St. Francis Neighborhood Center
Save the date to remember King Rigby- the #1 Dispensary Dog with our special event this Wednesday, June 30th. It’s the final day to make a donation to the Small Miracles Cat & Dog Rescue in memory of Rigby or in honor or memory of your own beloved pet. Everyone who donates $5 or more to Small Miracles Cat & Dog Rescue at Trilogy will be entered to win Raffle Prizes including FREE Dog Grooming from ALL PAWS PET SALON + AWESOME PRIZES FROM OUR FRIENDS AT DOGWALKERS- GREEN THUMB INDUSTRIES who have generously donated Dogwalkers Swag Bundles in Rigby’s memory. Rigby was the beloved dog of our General Manager, Megan Hughes. He was the inspiration for Trilogy Wellness becoming a Pet-Friendly Cannabis Dispensary. We proudly welcome well-behaved, leashed pets at Trilogy Wellness.
We are so excited to be working with Positivity in Baltimore for the second year in a row to make Easter baskets for the local community. Can you help us make this Easter special for 100 local, underprivileged children? Here’s a little backstory for those who might be new to Trilogy Wellness:
In a pre-COVID-19 world, we took great pride in hosting a monthly community drive in support of various local organizations. However, we took a little break to ensure the safety of all parties involved. After that, we are ready to make Easter extra special for some well-deserving kids.
“We are so excited to bring back our community drives in a safe way. Our patients tell us all the time how they miss being able to come into Trilogy with donations”, stated Megan Hughes, dispensary GM
Who is Positivity in Baltimore? Positivity in Baltimore was created in 2015 by two friends (Dena and Angie) out of their love for helping the community. Above all, Positivity in Baltimore is committed to working with Maryland residents to end hunger, promote cleanliness, healthy living, advocate for affordable housing, and to provide the basic necessities for children.
How Can You Help?
We are looking for donations to help build the Easter Baskets: Candy, Bubbles, Books, Coloring Books, Crayons, Easter Baskets, Barbies, Jump Ropes, Toys, etc. Likewise, we be collecting monetary donations that will go directly towards the purchasing of these items.
In addition, to thank you for your support Trilogy Wellness will be raffling off $250 of Store Credit. Every item or dollar donated is 1 entry in the drawing. The Community Drive kicks off Saturday, February 20th and runs through February 28th. The drawing will occur on March 1st, 2021 and the winner will be notified by phone and announced via Instagram.
It’s Small Business Saturday and we wanted to take a minute to thank you so much for supporting our small business. Small businesses like ourselves truly thrive when they have the support and backing of their community. Whether you are new to the Trilogy Wellness family or have been one of our loyal patients from Day 1- we are so grateful that you chose to come along on this ride with us and give us an opportunity to care for you. When Trilogy was founded, it was important to us that the company always abide by three important pillars- Health, Wellness & Community.
We found that Health and Wellness were a given for us- helping our patients achieve an optimal quality of life is at the forefront of every interaction that we have. There is nothing that makes a Wellness Advisors day more than a patient coming back in and thanking us for recommending a product that worked for them. We have been fortunate enough to share our cannabis knowledge with the general public via free educational workshops on various cannabis topics over the years, sparking amazing conversations and a sense of social connection between our patients and staff.
The last pillar, community, is something that means something a little bit deeper to us here at Trilogy Wellness. We started our first monthly Community Drive back in September of 2018. We collected school supply donations from our amazing patients (YOU) for students in need through the Howard County Community Action Council. It was contagious- the amount of positive feedback and participation that we received from our patients was so humbling to all of us here. We knew that we had to keep the momentum going and decided to run a different community drives each month.
Over the last couple of years YOU have helped us collect coats for the homeless, toys for children less fortunate at Christmas, books for those who treasure reading, Halloween costumes for children who otherwise wouldn’t be able to dress up, canned food for the hungry (you guys actually almost broke our table with this one..), helped raise money so children with cancer can receive life-saving proton radiation treatment, donated pet food and supplies for the local animal shelters, raised over $4200 for Ellicott City flood relief efforts, and SO much more.
Thank You from the bottom of our hearts for your warm hearts and participation in helping us give back to this community. We are forever grateful to you. Stay tuned because we have some great new ideas for ways to bring back community drives safely, and they are coming your way soon. We are in a very uncertain time and now more than ever the community needs our continued commitment to do everything we can to give back.