PTS Creates Tonic Bottles Supporting Local Charities
24 September 2021
PTS has announced that they released a batch of limited-edition Tonics benefiting two Chicago-based charities in honor of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month and Breast Cancer Awareness Month for the second year in a row.
Following the overwhelming success of last year’s limited edition Tonic fundraiser, PTS was excited for the opportunity to partner with Compass to Care and the Lynn Sage Foundation. The 2020 limited edition bottle sales allowed PTS to donate $12,500 to both organizations.
Compass to Care is a foundation that supports families by covering the cost of transportation to hospitals and treatment facilities. The Lynn Sage Breast Cancer Foundation’s mission is to raise funds for research and education to prevent breast cancer and improve outcomes for individuals with breast cancer.
The 2021 limited edition Tonic bottles feature new designs that capture the spirit of the organizations. For every limited-edition Raspberry Lemonade Tonic sold to a dispensary, PTS will donate $1.25 to The Lynn Sage Foundation. The Compass to Care Foundation will receive $1.25 from PTS for every limited-edition 1:1 Tropical Punch Tonic sold.
Progressive Treatment Solutions, PTS, has been dedicated to providing Illinois with quality cannabis since 2015. PTS is committed to making high-quality cannabis accessible to everyone through a variety of brands. The Pure line of flower, extracts and infused products offers a consistent experience with premium cannabis. Tonic, a line of infused beverages, was the first cannabis beverage on the market in Illinois. Tonic continues to be a consumer favorite and has expanded to include Tonic Fizz Seltzer and Tonic Frost popsicles. Sweet ReLeaf infused candies, gems, and chocolates are an approachable edibles line. PTS takes pride in their products and is honored to help the people of Illinois improve their lives through cannabis.
The Compass to Care foundation ensures children can access life-saving cancer treatments. Compass to Care removes the fiscal burden of traveling to hospitals and treatment facilities so families can focus on their children. Michelle Ernsdorff-May founded Compass to Care after seeing the lengths her parents would go to ensure she was able to get treatment for kidney cancer.
The Lynn Sage Foundation was founded in honor of Lynn Sage, who lost her battle to breast cancer at 39. The foundation, started by the Sage family, is committed to supporting local breast cancer researchers through local investments within the Chicago area that drive impact globally.