Back to School Supply Drive – Give Back Get Back!
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.
Join Trilogy Wellness to help the children of Howard County by donating to the Back to School drive supporting Prepare for Success of Howard County. Leave your donation in the collection jar inside the dispensary or tell your wellness advisor you’d like to donate during your curbside pickup.
There are more than 13,000 students in Howard County who qualify for free and reduced lunch—an indicator of poverty. We all know that school supplies are expensive. Having school supplies is a critical first step to help a student feel at ease, achieve higher literacy levels, improve academic performance, and graduate. Our drive will support the purchase of school supplies for children in need in Howard County. Learn more about this amazing initiative to support children in our community here.
Covid-19 may have changed the way we support our community this year but Trilogy is committed to continuing our efforts. Trilogy will support our community causes through monetary donations and creative ways to give back. Our team and our community appreciate our patients so much. Let’s come together and prepare our children for success in school this year! View our menu here and stop in today.
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