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Rainy Day Foundation


Our mission is to ensure that individuals who are eligible for Supplemental Security Income (SSI) or Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits will be able to experience the advantages that medicinal cannabis offers at a cost they can afford. We accomplish this by conducting lobbying activities, finding ways to raise awareness, and forging partnerships with state-licensed physicians, authorized dispensaries and other businesses that are convinced patients can achieve better outcomes by reducing their dependency on harmful pharmaceuticals and opting for a more natural path to health.  Studies increasingly demonstrate that medical cannabis provides considerable relief from joint or muscle discomfort, chronic pain, autoimmune illnesses, diabetes, nausea, mental health, and other conditions that compromise a patient’s overall well-being. We believe that our efforts are an important step in creating an environment where a more balanced approach to medical care can be achieved.


We envision that our efforts will bring comfort to an entire segment of the U.S. population who may not have the financial resources to pay for medicinal cannabis; that we will be able to make an important impact on the medical industry in terms of reducing the dependency on routinely prescribed pharmaceuticals; and that our efforts will serve as a national model for other likeminded organizations to replicate.


▪ Resolve – We know that we may face setbacks in our mission as we move forward, but we are determined to stay on course because we believe so strongly in the medicinal benefits that cannabis offers.

▪ Transparency – We operate in totally transparency simply because we have nothing to hide. Our operations, our communications, our advocacy efforts, and our outreach to our partners and other constituents are conducted in ways that are legal, that are trustworthy, and that are clear in their intent.

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▪ Accountability – We hold ourselves accountable to patients with limited resources, to medical marijuana treatment centers, to the movement toward holistic health, and to ourselves as advocates for a more balanced approach to medicine. The Rainy-Day Foundation simply wants to help patients in any way we can.