Charity, Events

12 Days of Giving

It’s been another whirlwind of a year and as we embrace the spirit of the holidays, tis the season to give back to those of us who are most vulnerable this winter!

In light of this and as part of our vision to be a force for good in our communities, we’re excited to announce our 12 Days of Giving campaign! From 13th December- 24th December, we’ll be working with local charities by contributing funds, donating well-needed essentials and raising awareness to help champion their cause throughout the month.

12 Days of Giving

Help Oasis spark holiday spirit by giving to Matthew’s Crossing Food Bank and St. Mary’s Food Bank. $1 from every KYND eighth sold will be donated to one of these vital organizations that work to unite our community in the fight against hunger! $1 donated = 3 or more meals for families in need! Plus, donate 10 canned food items and we’ll match your in-kind donation — and give you a FREE 1g Oasis hybrid pre-roll! So far this year in 2021, you’ve helped us donate over 5,000 lbs of food to local charities.

St. Mary's Food Insecurity in Arizona

We’re not only acting as a force for good in local neighborhoods but also giving to organizations dedicated to reforming cannabis convictions that disproportionately—and unjustly—affect people of color. As the United States moves away from the criminalization of cannabis there remains a fundamental injustice inflicted upon those who have suffered criminal convictions.

Freedom Grow
AYR is kicking off 12 Days of Giving with a $25k donation to Freedom Grow, a volunteer-run coalition whose “Wish Program” brings light to a dark cell—supporting cannabis prisoners for their sacrifices with simple things we take for granted, such as having access to entertainment through magazines or the ability to educate themselves with books. Besides direct prison outreach, the program also offers family outreach, including a holiday drive for children with incarcerated parents.

Last Prisoner Project
AYR is also donating $1.12 of every transaction to the Last Prisoner Project, a national nonprofit that believes that no one should remain incarcerated for cannabis offenses. Through legal intervention, public education, and legislative advocacy, the Last Prisoner Project works to redress the past and continuing harms of our country’s unjust and ineffective approach to drug policy and is committed to freeing every last prisoner of the unjust war on drugs, starting with the estimated 40,000 individuals imprisoned for cannabis.

Last Prisoner Project Cannabis reform


12 Days of Deals

Every day for 12 days straight, score unbeatable savings in every product category:

Flower: $19 1/8ths all Gold tier flower | $45 1/8ths all KYND flower
Cartridges: $15 Lit Cannabis .5g cartridges
Concentrates: $25g all HAZE cured concentrates | $35g all HAZE live resin
Edibles: 2/$25 WYLD & OGeez 100mg edibles
Topicals: BOGO Nordic Goddess topicals
CBD: 40% off CBD Wellness & Dr. Joy’s Essentials products
*Deals available for medical & recreational customers. Some exclusions and restrictions may apply. Valid through December 24th, 2021.

12 Days of Doorbusters

(Day 1) Monday, December 13th: Spend $100 and get a $10 credit towards your next purchase!
(Day 2) Tuesday, December 14th: Spend $100, get a FREE Lit .5g cartridge, HAZE cured concentrate or 1g Boomstick infused pre-roll
(Day 3) Wednesday, December 15th: Get a FREE STIIIZY power case when you spend $75 on STIIIZY products
(Day 4) Thursday, December 16th: Get a FREE 1.2g Caviar Gold infused pre-roll with Caviar Gold purchase
(Day 5) Friday, December 17th: Get a FREE LEUNE pre-roll with any LEUNE purchase
(Day 6) Saturday, December 18th: Get a FREE KIVA tote bag with any KIVA edible purchase
(Day 7) Sunday, December 19th: Get a FREE Lit Cannabis lanyard with any Lit cartridge purchase
(Day 8) Monday, December 20th: Get a FREE black STIIIZY battery when you buy any 2 STIIIZY pods
(Day 9) Tuesday, December 21st: Get a FREE 30mg Pure Edible single with any purchase
(Day 10) Wednesday, December 22nd: Get a FREE .5g Cresco LLR cartridge with any Cresco product purchase
(Day 11) Thursday, December 23rd: Get a FREE 40mg WANA gummy 2-pack when you buy any WANA product
(Day 12) Friday, December 24th: Get a FREE Select battery when you buy any Select vape cartridge
*Doorbusters available for medical & recreational customers. Some exclusions and restrictions may apply. While supplies last. Valid only on day of giveaway.

Ready to help spread holiday cheer this year? It’s easy! Visit any of our locations to learn more about our 12 Days of Giving program which runs from 12/13 – 12/24.



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Arizona MMJ Laws, Charity

Black History Month at Oasis Cananbis


Since the early 1900’s, Black and Brown people of color (POC) have suffered disproportionately from Cannabis enforcement laws & policy in the US. This was only exacerbated by the War on Drugs implemented in the early 1970’s by the Nixon administration. Although overall marijuana arrests have decreased nationally since 2010, racially unjust enforcement of cannabis laws persists even in states where it’s legal or decriminalized.

The Facts:

“Marijuana arrests are still widespread nationwide, making up 43 percent of all drug arrests — more than any other drug. The vast majority of these arrests — nine out of 10 — are for possession.”

“Black people are 3.64 times more likely than white people to be arrested for marijuana possession, notwithstanding comparable usage rates.”
(American Civil Liberties Union, 2020) 

“…between 2015 and 2019, there were 3,631 marijuana arrests in the District of Columbia. 89% percent of those arrested were Black, even as they make up only 45 percent of the city’s population.”
(Washington Post, 2020)– Mandatory social distancing for all customers

Arizona recently legalized recreational marijuana under Proposition 207. Since taking effect in November, the state has already begun to drop pending possession cases and lay out the guidelines for upcoming expungement applications.

An Associated Press survey of county attorneys received responses from 13 of 15 elected county attorneys, all of whom said they were either immediately dropping existing cases or in one case pausing prosecutions and planning to drop them when Proposition 207 goes into effect.”
(Fox 10 Phoenix, 2020)

“Until July 12, 2021, marijuana convictions and arrest records will only be able to be set aside. In order to expunge a marijuana conviction in Arizona, you will need to file a petition for expungement with the court on or after that date.”
(Lerner & Rowe Law Group)


Here 3 things you can do to show your support for the Black Community during Black History Month:



For the month of February, a portion of all Oasis proceeds will be donated to the Last Prisoner Project’s Roll It Up For Justice Program to help fight social injustice.



  • Between The World and I – Ta-Nehisi Coates
  • Becoming – Michelle Obama
  • The Cannabis Manifesto – Steve DeAngelo
  • 13th- Film by Ava Duvernay
  • Pot Brothers at Law

We also highly suggest you check out MITA’s free Social Equity Mentorship Program and how they’re helping the racial disparities in this industry.


  • Mr. Wonderful’s Chicken & Waffles (Chandler, Food Truck)
  • Founding Father’s Kitchen (Chandler)
  • West Alley BBQ & Smokehouse (Chandler)
  • Hot Pot Carribean Cuisine (Chandler)
  • Early Bird Vegan (Phoenix)

Mr. Wonderful’s Chicken & Waffles Food Truck will be onsite the following days and locations:

Friday, February 5th
North Chandler location from 2:00pm – 9:00pm

Friday, February 19th
South Chandler location from 11:00am – 4:00pm

Friday, February 26th
South Chandler location from 11:00am – 9:00pm



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