CHULA VISTA, Calif. — Grasshopper Dispensary invites you to “Hop on in with a toy”! Serving the greater San Diego cannabis community, the Grasshopper team is hosting a holiday toy drive. Grasshopper Dispensary welcomes everyone to join the holiday spirit by giving a donation of a toy. Anyone gifting a toy will receive a complimentary present from Grasshopper.
General Manager David Guillent shares, “All kids deserve toys and a happy holiday. We are driven by the desire to serve the youth of our community. We noticed our wonderful customers wanting to give back during the holidays, so we created a toy drop-off box. The response has been overwhelming with a constant stream of patrons dropping off toys. We never expected such an amazing amount of support from our neighbors.”
Toy Donations can be dropped off at 376 Trousdale Drive in Chula Vista, any time during business hours, 7 days a week. “Our goal is to collect 1000 plus toys for our local nonprofit Toys for Tots. We believe underserved San Diego children deserve more, so that’s why we decided to get involved with this worthy cause,” said David.
Chula Vista Councilmember Jill Galvez said, “Your generous gift of an unwrapped toy this holiday season will bring joy to a less fortunate child in our community. Thank you.”
Conveniently located in Chula Vista near National City and Bonita off of the 54 freeway, 25 minutes north of Tijuana and 10 minutes south of the Gaslamp Quarter. Grasshopper Dispensary is committed to creating a healthy, safe and comfortable retail shopping environment.
Grasshopper Dispensary offers a wide variety of high-quality CBD and THC products for instore shopping, pickup or delivery. These brands include Stiiizy, CBX, Connected Cannabis, Pacific Stone, Raw Garden, Big Chief, CRU, Green Dragon, Jeeter, Heavy Hitters, Kiva, Cream of the Crop, and more. No One Out Grasses the Hopper.
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