06/2017

Natural Resources Defense Council

To reduce or eliminate human and environmental exposure to toxic chemicals by fighting to ensure that science-based, health-protective policies are adopted and effectively implemented with particular attention given to priority chemicals of very high concern.

Health and Environment

$100,000
06/2017

Learning Disabilities Association of America

To advocate for the strongest possible protection from neurotoxic chemical exposure for infants, children, and pregnant women in order to prevent learning disabilities.

Health and Environment

$100,000
06/2017

International Chemical Secretariat

To improve the functionality and increase the use of the Marketplace online platform designed to connect safer chemicals developers and suppliers with product manufacturers and retailers.

Health and Environment

$120,000
06/2017

Environmental Health Strategy Center

To lead and coordinate a collaborative campaign designed to eliminate phthalates, a class of neurotoxicant and hormone-disrupting chemicals, from major exposure routes in the food supply.

Health and Environment

$225,000
06/2017

Ecology Center

To provide critical information about toxic chemicals in consumer products as part of key collaborative market campaigns designed to reduce exposures to these hazardous chemicals.

Health and Environment

$100,000
06/2017

Coming Clean

To build a robust and sustainable movement for protecting health by reducing exposures to toxic chemicals, and to achieve safer product availability at dollar stores in disproportionately exposed/disenfranchised communities.

Health and Environment

$215,000
03/2017

Columbia Center for Children’s Environmental Health

To study levels of flame retardant exposure in pregnant women, providing evidence to support regulation of replacement flame retardants.

Health and Environment

$85,000
03/2017

Clean Production Action

To support the Chemical Footprint Project, which works to set the global standard for measuring corporate progress to safer chemicals by creating an increasingly vibrant community of users, supporters, and advocates.

Health and Environment

$210,000
03/2017

Responsible Purchasing Network

To support states and large cities to more aggressively incorporate safer purchasing into their sustainable procurement policies.

Health and Environment

$75,000
03/2017

Center for Environmental Health

To discourage the use of the five most harmful chemicals found in furniture by accelerating market demand for safer products through a strategic procurement campaign.

Health and Environment

$75,000