Charlotte Figi was a caring, compassionate child who suffered from a rare form of epilepsy that plagued her body with uncontrollable seizures. Her parents turned to CBD oil for her treatment, and in so doing, started a nationwide movement to legalize cannabis as medicine.
Recently, Charlotte passed away from complications caused by a respiratory illness.
Though Charlotte is gone, her impact on the cannabis community will live on.
In honor of the Figi family, Charlotte’s Web CBD company (named after Charlotte Figi) is offering support to struggling families who need access to CBD oil.
$1 Million Product Donation
There are more than 3 million people in the U.S. with epilepsy.
In the past five weeks, as companies closed due to COVID-19, more than 26 million Americans have lost their jobs.
The team at Charlotte’s Web CBD understand that many people who rely on their products are struggling financially during this difficult time.
In response, and in memory of Charlotte’s recent passing, the company is donating $1 million worth of merchandise to those who rely on their products for relief from ongoing medical conditions.
Who Can Receive Products?
Co-Founder of Charlotte’s Web Joel Stanley shared this sentiment about the donation:
“As we come together in this time of crisis and uncertainty, it’s our hope that we can also come together in love and care for one another. We’re in this together as one planet, one family with one goal: health and wellness for all.”
Anyone who is struggling to afford CBD oil products is welcome to apply.
How to Sign Up for No-Cost CBD Oil
If you, or someone you know, needs help obtaining Charlotte’s Web CBD oil, visit this link to learn more about the program.
By filling out a short form, you’ll be eligible to receive a coupon code for your choice of: one (1) bottle of Charlotte’s Web™ Original Formula (50mg/1mL oil), Extra Strength (17mg/1mL oil), or Extra Strength Powder Capsules. Shipping rates apply.
If you’d like to hear more from the founders of Charlotte’s Web, check out this short video about the donation program.
Their hope is that no child, mother, brother, or friend has to sacrifice their wellness during this already challenging time.