BENEFITING: REALM OF CARING FOUNDATION INC
ORGANIZER: REALM OF CARING FOUNDATION INC
REALM OF CARING FOUNDATION INC wrote -
BECAUSE QUALITY OF LIFE MATTERS!
Cancer, PTSD, autism, epilepsy, depression, severe pain, MS, Parkinson's, these are just a few life-limiting conditions that millions around the world live with. Many of these people are desperate for a better quality of life and that's why the Realm of Caring Foundation was created, to help people achieve the quality of life they deserve.
The Realm of Caring (RoC) works to provide clients with:
- support services and resources concerning the use of cannabinoid products
- research initiatives including our (IRB) approved research registries through John’s Hopkins University
- financial assistance through our Realm Cares program
But we can’t do it alone. You can help!
Your generosity will help support these programs, families and facilitate continued research on the use of cannabinoid products and life-limiting conditions.
People want the chance to live a full life and thrive, not just exist.
Insight from our clients:
"He was angry going to school because kids made fun of him, he was frustrated because he can't read, he was becoming an isolated child. However, recently we started CW. The changes have been incredible and almost immediate. He is not angry. He is happy. His ability to listen/focus has improved. His vocabulary has also increased. His handwriting is better. His willingness to try things has improved. He sleeps 11 hours through the night."
"Today, I am no longer depressed or suicidal. I have regained the ability to perform basic daily functions to include showering and dressing myself. I am a cancer survivor, a fibromyalgia survivor, a military sexual trauma survivor and I KNOW that cannabis saved my life."
"Because I took the chance and used cannabis, I am not a statistic. I am not one of the 22 veterans who take their own life. I am now a mom, a wife, a retiree, a college student (Master's) and an educator of everyone I meet that cannabis is a wonderful plant."