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  • Author(s): RENDON, JIM
  • Source:
    Chronicle of Philanthropy. May2021, Vol. 33 Issue 7, p20-25. 5p.
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      The state is usingsome of the fees it collects from the sale ofrecreational marijuana to give grants to communitygroups like Fathers and Families that serve peopleand communities harmed by the war on drugs. He started Youth Forward, thenonprofit he leads, to push the state to earmark someof the marijuana fees for charity. GIVING As states legalize marijuana, some are directingrevenue from sales to nonprofits in communities harmedby harsh drug policies FATHERS AND FAMILIES OF SAN JOAQUIN, asmall nonprofit that serves young people andpeople who have been through thecriminal-justice system, got a big influx of moneyin 2019. [Extracted from the article]
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