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High Times Launches Pink Cannabis Pins to Raise Money for Breast Cancer Research

Why wait until October to support breast cancer research?

High Times Launches Pink Cannabis Pins to Raise Money for Breast Cancer Research
High Times

Have you ever wanted to wear a cannabis leaf accessory while simultaneously supporting an important cause? Well, you’re in luck. High Times and all of their properties have started selling pink cannabis leaf pins to raise money for The Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

Yes, the pins will support breast cancer research. Not just awareness.

The pins are small, metallic, and, of course, pink. And unlike some breast cancer awareness-raising trinkets, they don’t display misogynistic slogans like “Save Second Base.” They’re really the perfect accessory to show off your love for the plant and your love for your fellow humans. Stick them on your fave denim jacket, your backpack, your bulletin board…anywhere!

The pink cannabis pins cost only five dollars each. And all profits will go directly to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

Breast Cancer Awareness Month may not be until October, but the reality is that people get diagnosed with breast cancer every day. Why not help research efforts now?

Get your pink cannabis pins on High Times’ online store!

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