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Our Projects

We recognize the value and potential in all women and in the golden opportunities of our times.  So be developed our projects to expand on engaging with our local communities through such projects as Little Buds and Sweet Sisters.   These projects allow us to build on our mission, through provided assistance to children and families with little to no income who are in need of the benefits of Medical Cannabis.  Through the generous support of our sponsors, we are able to financially cover the cost of medical recommendations, travel for recommendations and State application fees.  

Authenticity and integrity are the principles we shall stand by while providing women with opportunities to network, connect, and educate, and promote a strong female representation within our industry.

Little Buds Project

Little Buds is our community project, formed by Delene Gilbert, in collaboration with Oklahoma Women Cann Association. It gives financial assistance to children in need of recommendations, medical cards and travel expenses.

Our goal is to relieve some, if not all, of the financial burden families who are in need of medical recommendations to improve the quality of life for their child.

OWCA has a heart for helping our community, patients and children by being a support system, helping to educate families and build foundation for parents to know they are not alone in their struggle.  We understand that they want to provide a viable option to treat their children.

Sweet Sisters Project

A project inspired through the inspiration of Pamela Street.  Its mission is to establish a community foundation, free from judgement, on which women of need can grow and succeed in the knowledge and benefits of Medical Cannabis.  This project inspires the freedom of licensing to promote growth, hope and health.

The Sweet Sisters program, along with community support, hopes to reach Oklahoma women who may not have the ability or opportunity to become Canna-med educated and/or licensed due to disability or financial constraints.

“No women in need would go unheard”
We will not tolerate or participate in any social bias or judgement that does not further all women in all areas of success.

Pamela Street- Sweet Sisters Coordinator


Assistance will be provided to a woman who is currently on Soonercare, Medicare or Medicaid.

Sweet Sisters may occasionally network and participate with other organizations, non-profit and Canna-businesses to reach and encourage Oklahoma women in need.  Media reference to the program as a resource can be made when directing to OWCA website.

We will not tolerate or participate in any social bias or judgement that does not further all women in all areas of success.


Educational Events

With every increasing populations of Oklahomans becoming active in the alternative medicine of Medical Cannabis, there is a growing need to educate individuals of safe practices and practical information.  It is often the rural communities who is taken advantage of or not provided the opportunities to gain good education on medical cannabis.  The P.I.P.E Tour will seek to provide basic education on medical cannabis benefits, usage, content and some practical guidance on choosing safe medicines.  This tour also gives OWCA an opportunity to expand our reach to women in the communities.


We champion the benefits of the Medical Cannabis sector by connecting, representing and supporting businesses and organizations in this industry. We work to help fund and provide resources to make a difference.

  • We connect people with partners and resources they need to make the biggest difference.
  • We represent Women in the Oklahoma Cannabis Industry. We demonstrate their true value and help influence policy-makers.
  • We support Cannabis organizations by generating and identifying the best knowledge and expertise.