Harbor Hemp Company, the exclusive CBD partner of the New England PGA, is stepping up for local communities in response to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis. Harbor Hemp has shifted production to make hand sanitizer to donate to local first responders and healthcare professionals.

Harbor Hemp, a Connecticut-based company, has already handed out hundreds of bottles of hand sanitizer and gallon-sized refill bottles to Town of Coventry first responders and Town Hall employees, Town of Vernon first responders, Town of Glastonbury first responders, Connecticut State Police, and Boston’s Mass General Hospital and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.

“We are grateful for this generous donation by Harbor Hemp Company to help protect our public safety, emergency response and essential Town government staff,” said John A. Elsesser, Coventry Town Manager. “With supplies getting more difficult to obtain, this is a timely donation that may very well save lives.”

Harbor Hemp is part of a growing trend of manufacturers shifting production to make much needed supplies for first responders, healthcare workers and the community in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

“As a family-owned, New England-based wellness brand, we have shifted our focus to manufacture hand sanitizer for first responders and healthcare professionals here in Connecticut and beyond,” said Glen Boggini, co-founder of Harbor Hemp Company. “We think that it’s important to keep those on the front lines safe while they are battling the COVID-19 crisis.”

For the entire month of April, Harbor Hemp is also including a complimentary bottle of hand sanitizer with all orders, while supplies last.

To help keep America’s food banks stocked and support those who may need mental health services during this difficult time, Harbor Hemp has also committed to donating a portion of all April sales to Feeding America and the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI).