May 6, 2022 Event Will Benefit Desert Cancer Foundation

CVCAN, the voice of cannabis in the Coachella Valley, will hold its third annual golf tournament at Mission Lakes Country Club, in Desert Hot Springs on May 6, 2022.  Presented jointly by CVCAN (Coachella Valley Cannabis Alliance Network) and the Hall of Flowers, all profits will be donated to Desert Cancer Foundation.  Last year’s event raised $6,000.

For those who are not playing golf, or who couldn’t reserve one of the coveted spots to play, CVCAN, Desert Hot Springs and The Vault will hold the 19th Hole afterparty following the Awards Ceremony at the Mission Lakes Pool from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m.  The afterparty is a separate ticketed event. Special pricing tiers are in affect for members.  With a Hall of Flowers pass, attendance is $20. The pass must be shown at the door.  Tickets for non-members and member guests are $50.  ADVANCED TICKETS ONLY. Tickets will NOT be available at the event. Raffle tickets will be sold for some great dispensary/brand baskets and lots of really special prizes!

Brent Buhrman, President of the CVCAN Board of Directors said “Our Charity Golf Tournament has become so popular the event has more than doubled in size since our last year’s tournament. We encourage our membership to attend the 19th HOLE to meet and thank our generous sponsors. There will be a raffle with 50+ raffle prizes donated from our sponsors.

“We are proud of CVCAN’s commitment to the community, our ability to donate the Desert Cancer Foundation year after year & our opportunity to showcase our members and our sponsors.”


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Coachella Valley Cannabis Alliance Network (CVCAN) Association is an organization that provides a responsible and productive voice for the cannabis industry in Coachella Valley through innovative and effective programs in development, operations, regulations, and outreach.

About Desert Cancer Foundation

Desert Cancer Foundation is dedicated to helping pay for cancer care for local residents who need financial assistance. Since inception, Desert Cancer Foundation has paid for cancer-related screening, diagnosis, and treatment valued at nearly $100 million dollars. Furthermore, DCF has served more than 8,250 residents in the Coachella Valley and surrounding communities with the cost of their cancer care needs.