To reduce exposure from toxic cosmetics and personal care products among women and girls of color, and to address long-standing environmental health disparities during COVID-19 by drawing national attention to them and shaping health care and financial responses.
To enable Project TENDR to join scientific evidence with advocacy to inform and empower policymakers to create policies ensuring no child is exposed to chemicals contributing to neurodevelopmental disorders.
To organize public and corporate policy campaigns to eliminate chemical hazards in products and manufacturing, and reduce exposure to chemical pollution, especially among the high-risk, low-wealth, largely African American and Latino communities that are disproportionately impacted by source pollution and…
To build, scale, and leverage collaborative campaign science to win market and policy changes which drive toxics chemicals out of our economy.
To rid the food supply of toxic chemicals that migrate from food processing equipment, food packaging, and food service ware.
To create a major donor pilot program that demonstrates the feasibility of collaborative major donor fundraising for toxics, increases the capacity of a handful of toxics groups to raise funds from high-net-worth individuals, and raises new funds for toxics work.
To develop and strategically deploy clear, compelling, scientifically grounded messaging on the link between toxic chemicals, including PFAS, to immune system health and chronic disease during the COVID-19 pandemic.
To end toxic exposures to hormone-disrupting chemicals by partnering with purchasers to move the market toward food service ware free of PFAS and recommend more sustainable alternatives.
To enable the Chemical Footprint Project to transform how corporations set management policies, manage supply chains, select and use chemicals and materials, and publicly report on their progress away from toxic chemicals.
To support Safer States’ core state policy reform and market-based activities and provide additional resources to distribute to state coalitions working on safer chemicals policy.