Humanity Heroes Biggest Ever Holiday Donation Drive

Humanity Heroes Biggest Ever Holiday Donation Drive
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On December 17, “BigMike” Straumietis, founder and CEO of Advanced Nutrients, rolled up his sleeves and returned to Downtown Los Angeles with his Humanity Heroes for the charity’s eighth annual holiday donation drive.  The 2022 event is being celebrated as the biggest and best yet, with more help and opportunities available to help those who need it most, including thousands more Humanity Packs made by volunteers at the Palladium theatre in Los Angeles. According to BigMike, over 200 people showed up to help create the packs. “We had three assembly lines instead of two,” BigMike said. “It was an amazing turnout.” One of the volunteers was West Coast hip-hop superstar Xzibit, who returned to help for another year with his Napalm cannabis brand. Cannabis Talk 101 was also onsite, along with other socially conscious cannabis companies. BigMike says he is “really happy” to see such support for his initiative. “The cannabis community is really embracing this and coming in strong. So I’m really happy about that,” he said. One of Skid Row’s youngest residents with her Humanity Pack. The Gift of Giving The Humanity Packs are stuffed with 23 life essentials for those living on the city streets this winter, including socks, gloves, rain ponchos, a first aid kit, pen, paper, shampoo, soap, razor shaving blades, toothbrushes, toothpaste and more. This year, BigMike and his team consulted with the homeless community directly to identify what items are most needed to help make their lives a little easier.  “We gave out 10,000 Humanity Packs this year,” BigMike says. “Last year we gave out 7,000. An extra 3,000 took a whole lot more extra manpower than we anticipated, but the team came together and we got it done.” Additionally, $1.2 million worth of delicious, dried fruits such as freeze-dried bananas and strawberries…

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