Botera is For Cannabis and For Community.
Botera’s promise encompasses not only quality and excellence in our products and services, but extends to supporting the decriminalization of cannabis to further facilitate the success of the cannabis industry as a whole. As an active supporter of legal cannabis use and the many holistic benefits cannabis can provide, we recognize the importance of our support and participation in the cannabis movement. Botera strives to encourage meaningful changes within the cannabis community through cannabis education, resources and outreach within the community.
Botera’s Community Partners
Botera strives to be a vibrant and positive presence in the local communities surrounding our dispensaries through partnerships, sponsorships, donations, local event participation, charitable donations and local clean up and restoration efforts.
Last Prisoner Project
The Last Prisoner Project was founded in 2019 out of the belief that no one should remain incarcerated for cannabis offenses.
We brought together a group of justice-impacted individuals, policy and education experts, and leaders in the worlds of criminal justice and drug policy reform to work to end the fundamental injustice that is America’s policy of cannabis prohibition.
Our dedicated team works tirelessly to achieve our goal of freeing the tens of thousands of individuals still unjustly imprisoned for cannabis.
Old Colony YMCA
Old Colony YMCA is a charitable, non-profit Association committed to the development of strong spirit, mind, and body, guided by Judeo-Christian principles, to enrich the quality of life for everyone in our communities.
Old Colony YMCA has been listening and responding to our communities’ most critical social needs since 1887. We continue to condemn systemic racism, bias and discrimination of all kinds. When confronted with instances of injustice, we will address the root cause and commit to meaningful change. By building a culture of diversity, equality, and inclusion, we aim to ensure that our employees, our youth, our families, and our communities achieve equitable outcomes and live fulfilling, healthy lives. We know that when we work as one, we move people and communities forward.
SAFE is a judgement free community organization relentlessly committed to educating and supporting those affected by substance use disorder and mental health concerns across southeastern Massachusetts.
We are not just a dispensary. We are advocates who support our neighbors and community members to ensure that everyone benefits from the success of the cannabis industry.
Interested in some of those benefits? Each month, Botera “adopts”, a community charity. We set up a raffle and informational table allowing our customers to donate a dollar for one entry into the raffle. Winner’s prizes can include tickets, accessories and memorabilia. Botera matches all the funds raised through the raffle donated by our amazing customers. We encourage everyone to consider helping these amazing organizations out as well!
If interested in featuring your local cause, please contact Chyanne Bessette at email@example.com for more details and to discuss future partnerships and collaboration.
Criolas Contra Cancer
Criolas Contra Cancer is a small group of friends/family coming together to make a difference in our community. We all know someone who’s battling cancer, someone who has won the battle against cancer and/or someone who has succumbed to this terrible disease. Our mission as Criolas Contra Cancer is to be available to these individuals whether is to help them financially to the best of our capabilities or to just provide emotional support at a time of need.VISIT WEBSITE
The Animal Protection Center of Southeastern Massachusetts is an education and outreach animal shelter serving Plymouth, Norfolk, and Bristol counties. Their Mission is to operate an open admission animal care and adoption facility, with focus on prevention of cruelty to animals, education and outreach; while promoting inclusivity, acceptance, and equality.VISIT WEBSITE
The Ellie Fund provides essential support services for Massachusetts breast cancer patients to ease the stresses of everyday life, allowing the focus to be on family, recovery and healing. Providing transportation to medical appointments, light housekeeping, nutritional and grocery assistance, childcare reimbursement, nutritious prepared/delivered meals and integrative therapy services free of charge to relieve a patient’s burden while in treatment.VISIT WEBSITE
Downey Youth Baseball
Downey Youth Baseball is a Thriving Inner City League with Teams In 5 Divisions for Players 4-16. They are the only league in Brockton that offers free Registration.VISIT WEBSITE
Looking & feeling Fab Inc
Looking & feeling Fab Inc. strives to provide comfort and relief to those with cancer, through integrative therapies, alleviating side effects and improving quality of life. Looking & Feeling FAB, Inc. (LFF) is the industry leader in treating skin side effects from cancer treatment. LFF is the first nonprofit in existence that concentrates exclusively on treating these side effects. They have seen hundreds of skin reactions from chemotherapy, radiation, surgery, targeted and immunotherapies and helped hundreds who would otherwise suffer in silence.VISIT WEBSITE
Mental Health Declassified
Mental Health Declassified’s mission is to create a safe space for individuals who struggle with their mental health or know of others who do. A home for learning new coping mechanisms and listening to real life stories. We are NOT EXPERTS on the topic, but we ourselves struggle with our mental health every day and through this brand we hope to inspire those who struggle to find purpose.VISIT WEBSITE
Nature's Nurse Wildlife Rehabilitation
Nature’s Nurse Wildlife Rehabilitation’s goal is to provide injured and/or orphaned wildlife a temporary safe haven, where they will have the time they need to recover and nurse back to health, before being returned to their natural environment in the wild. All the work and care provided is strictly volunteer. Supplies, vaccinations, enclosure materials and food costs, are either out of pocket or through donations from the public.VISIT WEBSITE
New Hope works throughout South-Central and Southeastern Massachusetts with those affected by domestic and sexual violence. By building an anti-violence movement, we seek to create communities free from violence, where individuals and families are able to achieve their full human potential.VISIT WEBSITE
Franklin Food Pantry
The Franklin Food Pantry’s mission is to alleviate food insecurity and compassionately empower our community through resources and collaboration. Their vision is to build a community in which everyone in need has an improved quality of life through nutritious food and supportive resources.VISIT WEBSITE
Woonsocket Animal Control Center
The Woonsocket Animal Control Center is a non-profit Municipal Animal Shelter that works with Domestic cats and dogs to find them a new home. They provide all the shelter animals with a veterinarian, spay and neuter services and vaccines.VISIT WEBSITE
TCORE with BAMSI
TCORE’s mission is to provide trans, non-binary, gender non-conforming, and other members of the LGBTQ+ community access to competent, accessible healthcare and opportunities to succeed. From HIV screenings to assistance with enrolling in college courses, TCORE is here to help. We proudly offer harm reduction services in conjunction with the COPE center to meet folks where they are. All of these services come at no cost to you, including free condoms, HIV/STI screenings, supportive PrEP and PEP referrals, and assistance finding LGBTQ+ support groups.VISIT WEBSITE
People Affecting Community Change is all about helping out to those who need a helping hand. PACC, is a "GO TO" provider of tangible resources, to assist the socially disadvantaged in reconnecting with their communities. We provide hands-on outreach, empowerment and volunteer opportunities. They do this through compassionate care, events, educational and training opportunities. Their holistic approach helps individuals to re-establish themselves after facing disenfranchisement as a result of: incarceration, domestic violence, homelessness and/or other challenges life may bring.VISIT WEBSITE
The Brockton Mayor's Opioid Overdose Prevention Coalition
The Brockton Mayor’s Opioid Overdose Prevention Coalition’s mission is to save lives from substance use and prevent the damage it can do to individuals, families, and our local community. High Point Treatment Center’s Prevention Services staff provides technical assistance to volunteers across twelve sectors in addition to promoting advocacy and working effortlessly to reduce the stigma associated with substance use disorders.VISIT WEBSITE