St. Louis Area Foodbank Receives 2710 lbs of Food from Terrabis Missouri’s Successful Drive
Terrabis, a leading dispensary and manufacturer of Missouri cannabis products, has announced the successful conclusion of its statewide food drive, which resulted in a significant donation to the St. Louis Area Foodbank. The stores in O’Fallon, Creve Coeur, and Hazelwood collected 2710 lbs of food, enough to provide over 2200 meals to those facing food insecurity in the region.
The St. Louis Area Foodbank, a member of Feeding America, is an essential organization providing critical services to those in need. This donation from Terrabis will help them continue their mission to build a nutritionally secure Missouri.
“We are incredibly proud of the outcome of our state-wide food drive,” said CEO of Terrabis, Dan Ambrosino. “Our customers have shown tremendous generosity, and we are very grateful for their support in helping better our local communities.”
For every three pairs of socks or three nonperishable and unexpired food items that customers brought into Terrabis stores, they received an instant $10 discount to spend on their purchases. This initiative created a win-win situation for Missouri cannabis consumers and the St. Louis Area Foodbank.
Terrabis’s commitment to community service extends beyond St. Louis. In Kansas City, Terrabis conducted a similar drive, donating to Big Brothers Big Sisters, and in Springfield, Terrabis partnered with Victory Mission + Ministry for another successful drive.
These food drives demonstrate Terrabis’s dedication to giving back to the communities where it operates. As the company continues to grow, it remains committed to supporting local charities.
Terrabis is a privately held, multi-state cannabis operator headquartered in Missouri, with five Missouri dispensaries, a product manufacturing facility in Kansas City, and a dispensary in Grayville, IL. The company provides premium cannabis products and a one-of-a-kind dispensary experience, while positively impacting the communities it serves. For more information about Terrabis and its products, please visit www.terrabis.co.