Toxic-Free Future


Toxic-Free Future advocates for the use of safer products, chemicals, and practices through advanced research, advocacy, grassroots organizing, and consumer engagement to ensure a healthier tomorrow.

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Website: http://toxicfreefuture.org/
Address: 4649 Sunnyside Ave N #540
Seattle, WA 98103
Email: gifts@toxicfreefuture.org
Phone Number: 206-632-1545
EIN: 91-1214158
Toxic-Free Future is built around one simple belief: We all deserve a toxic-free future. And to get there we need bold action, stronger laws, responsible companies, and robust consumer and voter demand for healthier products. Using original science and tireless advocacy, we get results, winning strong health protections. Our work gets harmful chemicals out of our homes and environment and spurs the marketplace toward safer products.

Here is how we are building a Toxic-Free Future FOR ALL:

• NEW HEALTH PROTECTIONS
Toxic-Free Future takes on classes of chemicals that are widely used, extremely toxic, and have the potential to significantly impact the health of people, especially children, and the environment. Our top priorities are highly persistent PFAS chemicals, toxic flame retardants, hormone-disrupting phthalates, and neurotoxic lead.

• SAFER FOOD & WATER FOR COMMUNITIES
Every day, we eat toxic chemicals that are put in our food without our knowledge, contributing to the chemical load our bodies carry every day. We are working with companies and policymakers to protect drinking water and food from cancer-causing and hormone-disrupting chemicals.

• CLEAN AND HEALTHY WATERS
Getting toxics out of products also gets them out of the environment. As iconic species like salmon and orcas are declining, many of the toxic chemicals polluting Washington's waters and wildlife come from the same sources as the chemicals found in humans: consumer products that people use every day.

• PROTECTING CONSUMERS FROM CHEMICALS IN EVERYDAY PRODUCTS
Toxic-Free Future is working with the national Mind the Store campaign to convince major retailers to stop making and selling products containing chemicals that harm health and the environment.
Matching challenge funds were generously contributed by the following Toxic-Free Future champions:
Linda Sue Park
Lemoine and Foster Radford
Sharon Chen
Marilyn Heiman
Daniel Mensher
Brad Severtson
Emily Cousins