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20th Anniversary


Berkeley Patients Group, the nation’s oldest cannabis dispensary founded in 1999, is celebrating 20 years of helping Berkeley by committing a total of $1 Million in charitable donations to be shared among 10 community partners over the next ten years.

Be sure to visit BPG frequently as every purchase helps make Berkeley better. Plus, our most popular brands will offer huge sales throughout the year with additional donations each month.

Join the BPG Family to hear about these special offers and opportunities to work together to improve our East Bay community.


On October 1, 2019, Berkeley Patients Group held our 20th-anniversary celebration and announced our $1 Million for Good initiative. Local nonprofits, community leaders, prominent politicians and cannabis brand partners came together to recognize BPG’s significant role in the Berkeley community and the cannabis industry over two decades.

US Congresswoman Barbara Lee honored BPG with a Congressional Record in honor of its 20th anniversary; State Senator Nancy Skinner (CA’s 9th Senate District) awarded BPG a Resolution for its many achievements and positive impact it has made in the local community; Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín awarded BPG a Proclamation for its invaluable contributions to local nonprofits and local economy, and ongoing philanthropic support to lift up underserved communities.

Political Allies and Berkeley Patients Group Leadership holding Congressional Record from Congresswoman Barbara Lee

“BPG is a leader in the fight to provide affordable, safe access for those who need the benefits of cannabis.” State Senator Nancy Skinner

“We are so fortunate for Berkeley Patients Group and the city of Berkeley thanks them for their continued advocacy.” – Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguin

“We never know if it’s a patient’s first day or their last day and we want them to be treated with the same respect accordingly.” BPG Co-Owner Etienne Fontan


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