Save the Date: June 22, 2017!
SmartBee Controllers Sponsors 4th Annual Realm of Caring Golf Tournament at The Bear Dance Golf Club in LarkSpur, CO
In furtherance of our SmartBee Cares™ initiative, which was established to support organizations that use nature’s plants and herbs for health and medicinal purposes, we are proud to sponsor the 4th Annual Realm of Caring Golf Tournament in furtherance of The Realm of Caring Foundation’s mission of helping support families in need gain access to cannabinoid medicine and therapies, and learn best practices for treating their children and loved ones. This will be an exciting multi-day event that we are proud to sponsor. Beginning on Wednesday, June 21st, attendees will have the opportunity to tour the Realm of Caring facilities in Colorado Springs and meet some of the families they serve. Events later that evening will include both a dinner and silent auction. On Thursday, June 22nd, the golf tournament will be held at the Bear Dance Golf Club in Larkspur, CO. Bear Dance was voted in 2016 as the best golf course in the Denver area.
The Realm of Caring Foundation was established in 2012 by Heather Jackson, the Stanley Brothers, and Paige Figi following the Dr. Sanja Gupta CNN Special entitled WEED, which featured the first two success stories of children using Charlotte’s Web™. The Realm of Caring Foundation’s mission is to educate the general public and policy makers to the benefits of cannabinoid supplements and performing advocacy for those using cannabinoid therapies.
“One of our organization’s key roles in the cannabis community is to raise the bar in terms of quality expectations. We think the SmartBee Controller® system provides the tools that allow growers to take the quality of their gardens to the next level; and we are excited that they have chosen to continue their support of our organization through their sponsorship of our 4th annual golf tournament,” said Heather Jackson, CEO of The Realm of Caring Foundation.
Clients of The Realm of Caring Foundation, a 501c3 non-profit organization, are numerous and diverse. Of its over 30,000 members, 42% are under the age of 18; and its clients are affected by a variety of disorders and diseases, including cancer, multiple sclerosis, chronic pain, HIV/AIDS, epilepsy, Parkinson’s, and many more.