Our Members, Friends and Supporters
Irish Canna Clinic
INFORM, EDUCATE, EMPOWER
The Irish Canna Clinic was founded by Medical Cannabis advocate and PPMS (Primary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis) sufferer Stephen Garland.
As a patient of the Mater hospital, Stephen has been refused support for his application for the MCAP (Medical Cannabis Access Programme), which now after years is being officially funded by the Irish Government.
The ICC seeks to provide a patient to patient cannabis education and coaching which is highly-structured, well-researched and regulatory-compliant to ensure Irish patients of all conditions are empowered to take back control of their health.
Major Group for Cannabis Reform
The Major Group is a team of Cannabis activists and organisers of Ireland’s
‘Major Smoke Up’ & ‘Major Picnic’.
The Major Group aims to remove cannabis from the Misuse Of Drugs Act, 1977.
Our groups have been working closely together on events since 2021.
Martin Condon of Martin's World has mustered himself to somewhat of a local legend of civil disobedience protest in Ireland. With his 420 News Live Podcast and his public protests, he has brought many members of the community together and made national news headlines more than once.
Patients for Safe Access
The mission of Patients for Safe Access is to overcome barriers to the legal use of cannabis for clinical research and medical use by those suffering from chronic pain, HIV/AIDS, cancer, and other serious conditions. The organisation strives to reduce the stigma that justifies discrimination against medical cannabis patients.
R420 Supplies is a cannabis paraphernalia store in Portarlington, operated by Kevin Dunne. Ever since he's joined our team, his excellent graphic design skills have brought life to many of our flyers and publications.
Reddit Community Crainn
Crainn is a large online community of cannabis advocates, patients and users from all backgrounds and colours across Ireland. In 2021, they have stepped up their media campaigns to increase their outreach and have since incorporated an activist manifesto and approach of public information campaigns. Crainn aim to educate on all things cannabis in Ireland and beyond.
ReLeaf CBD Café
On 23rd August, a raid was conducted on the family home of Mark Jenkins, owner of the CBD Café ReLeaf in Dungarvan. Mark was imprisoned overnight. We joined Mark the following weekend to support him in protest against this injustice by marching from Walton Park through Dungarvan to the local Garda Station. Ever since, Mark has become a vital member of our growing movement.
Tidy Buds is a peer-driven volunteer campaign of community engagement & outreach, with the goal of changing the stigma and false preconceptions of cannabis and cannabis users in society.
We don our Tidy Buds high-vis vest and go out into our local communities armed with pickers and rubbish bags to clean up any human-made trash found along the way.
It is also a Social Media campaign where we publish our actions through our Social Media channels and those of all our friends and fellow Buds in the expectation to reach more people.