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Michigan Communities

About Principle

Each Principle pre-roll contributes 100% of wholesale profits to Michigan communities.

We believe the cannabis industry has a responsibility to elevate communities and create sustainable change.

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Principle Microgrants

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Principle Microgrants

Common Citizen's Community Reinvestment Program, Principle, currently provides three microgrants that support arts and culture initiatives, early-stage businesses, and nonprofit organizations.

Initiatives and organizations targeting communities impacted by redlining and disproportionate criminalization are highly encouraged to apply.

Applications will be open from April-July 2022, and awardees will be notified by July 31st. Those not selected in this initial process will receive feedback and be invited to apply again.
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Apply for a Microgrant

As you complete this short application, feel free to contact our Director of External Affairs and Social Equity, Jess Jackson, if you have questions. Email her at jessica.jackson@commoncitizen.com

Join us this June

Workshop microgrant applications, network with Michigan community builders, and enjoy a screening of the short film, Somewhere Higher.


Elevating Community goes from 7PM-9PM at each location. Click below to register for this free event.

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Details about Microgrants

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Details about Microgrants

The For the Culture Microgrant will support arts and culture initiatives such as concerts, film screenings, gallery exhibits, and fashion shows. Public health research has confirmed that there is a positive relationship between creative expression and wellbeing. The For the Culture Microgrant supports community wellbeing by providing supplemental funding for arts initiatives that are often cut first in budgeting.

The Common Principle Startup Accelerator supports early-stage businesses through prototyping, mentorship, and industry access. As the largest vertically integrated cannabis producer in Michigan, we have access to leading manufacturing facilities and retail locations. You will have access to tours, training, and coaching from Common Citizen's Leadership team.

The Common Principle Community Impact Award will support nonprofit organizations and community programs. These initiatives will provide services aimed at:

-Workforce Development, Incubation, job training, career readiness, and skill development
-Increasing access to home ownership
-Supporting community-led infrastructure improvements
-Empowering voices in policymaking at the state and local levels + Expungement