Trulieve Nonprofit Partnerships for April

Trulieve Partners With the Last Prisoner Project

Acknowledging the Industry’s Role in an Equitable Post-Prohibition Society

As a company and industry leader, we honor our responsibility to not only serve each of our patients and customers, but also to give back to the communities that we are a part of.

That’s why we’re committed to partnerships with organizations like Last Prisoner Project (LPP). LPP was formed by a coalition of cannabis industry leaders, executives, and artists dedicated to realizing restorative justice through action, advocacy, and awareness campaigns.

Trulieve has partnered with the LPP since 2020 to take meaningful steps toward expanding legal intervention, public education, and legislative advocacy. Together since then, we have held expungement clinics to help applicants have their records expunged or sealed, facilitated letter-writing drives for incarcerated prisoners, and donated more than $40,000 in proceeds from register rollup campaigns to LPP to advance their goal of restorative justice for those who have suffered as a result of cannabis convictions.

While countless lives and families have suffered the consequences of the plant’s criminalization, the legal cannabis industry and patient community now finds itself uniquely positioned to heal the wounds of the past.

As medical cannabis becomes available to Georgia and the prospect of federal legalization grows, it’s fitting to reflect on, recognize, uplift, and support the victims of cannabis prohibition and the advocates who dedicate themselves to securing a freer future.

“The work being done by the Last Prisoner Project is critical to creating a more equitable and fair society,” said Kim Rivers, CEO of Trulieve. “While we are proud to do our part to help improve and restore the lives of those unfairly impacted by marijuana convictions via expungement and clemency efforts, there is still so much more to be done.” With all the work left to do, we’re hopeful that the legal industry brings an opportunity for massive change.

Stay tuned to the Trulieve blog to hear stories from people impacted by prohibition and the LPP mission, and for more information on nationwide efforts this month. Learn how to get involved at, follow @lastprisonerproject, or text FREEDOM to 24365 to donate.