At ETI We Are Dedicated to Giving Back to Our Communities. ETI founding team has philanthropically donated to and led the march with numerous organizations that support those who need medical marijuana most. We aim to identify, operate and serve in communities where we can deliver the most substantial economic impact.
ETI also is a strong supporter with other advocate groups and organizations across the country concerned about fixing a broken criminal justice system and reinvesting in poor and minority communities that have been battered by decades of the government’s war on drugs.
ETI sees the importance of taking supportive actions, measures with collaborating with various long-standing organization focusing on the social justice and civil rights issues of those wrongfully affected by the “War on Drugs” policy within the poor and undeserved communities and will support awareness and entrepreneurial efforts to help rebuild and revitalize communities across the nation. Some of our collaborative partners are ACLU and NAACP.