Local cannabis company serves homeless for the holidays

Eureka, Ca., (KIEM) In Eureka, the gift that keeps giving. A local cannabis company decided to ditch the shop and hit to streets all in the name of good fate.

H-F Raw and Uncut in Eureka set up shop on 4th Street this morning to hand out food, coffee and toiletries such as socks to those that are less fortunate.

David Vogelsang, President of H-F Raw and Uncut, shared that this is his 4th year serving the homeless and he once was on that path himself, so now, he and the crew gives back to their community and provides hope.

“I think some of us all started off a little bit poor in the community so giving back socks and food is a great thing for us. Last year we raised 165 pairs of shoes and socks and gave them out to the local Salvation Army here,” said Vogelsang. “We plan on doing the same thing this year it’s going to be a lot better, it’s going to bring a lot more people into it this year. As the cannabis community is getting recognized. We are here and we’re not going anywhere.”

The shop served Thanksgiving style sandwiches consisting of turkey, stuffing, and cranberry aioli with a side of mashed potatoes and gravy.