Chico dispensary ‘Sweet Flower’ donates $10,000 to local housing non-profit CHAT – KRCR

CHICO, Calif. — Sweet Flower, a dispensary in Chico, donated $10,000 to the Chico Housing Action Team (CHAT) as part of their initiative to support local groups who do good work in the community.

CHAT provides shelter to homeless individuals throughout Chico, and has housed over 675 people since 2017. They recently opened their newest facility, Everhart Village, which provides 20 individuals shelter in addition to mental health support.

They feel honored to receive such a donation and will continue to help those in need in Chico.

“We were just really grateful for hopefully an ongoing partnership with a local business that’s owned locally, that’s dedicated to supporting our community. We felt very grateful to be chosen by an independent advisory board to be the non-profit that’s doing good work. We’re right in line with their very specific goals to support the community in housing and different things like that so we were really honored to be picked for that,” said CHAT Executive Director Nicole Drummond.

CHAT is thankful for the support from the community and donations like these continue to help them further developments and projects such as Everhart Village.

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