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Healthy Child Week at the Pump Station
Date(s) - 05/09/2012
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
The Pump Station
Moms not only have a huge impact on their children’s lives, but they are quickly becoming a consumer and political force to be reckoned with. In particular, moms are increasingly outraged about the widespread use of toxic chemicals in household products, and want to do something about it.
That is why on May 7th, 8th, and 9th The Pump Station will join over 300 celebrity and non-celebrity moms around the country in hosting a party for Healthy Child Party Week to teach friends and family members how to create safer homes for their children. Guests will receive educational materials, natural product samples, and discuss Healthy Child’s 5 Easy Steps – with the goal of making long-term changes to protect their kids’ health.
The events are FREE! First 25 people to attend will receive a Swag Bag!
Come learn more about avoiding pesticides, using non-toxic products,
cleaning up indoor air, eating healthy, being wise with plastics and much more.
Leave with some cool freebies and better knowledge on how to live a healthier life!
Join Host Rachel Sarnoff at 1:00pm and 2:00 pm
Rachel Lincoln Sarnoff is the Executive Director/CEO of Healthy Child Healthy World, a national non-profit organization headquartered in Los Angeles, which ignites the movement that empowers parents to protect children from harmful chemicals. Rachel has appeared on “The TODAY Show,” “CNN Headline News” and “Good Day L.A.” among others, and is a regular speaker about leading a realistic and judgment-free sustainable life. A mother of three, Rachel reduces, reuses and recycles in Los Angeles.
Healthy Child Healthy World was started by Jim and Nancy Chuda in 1992 after their five-year-old daughter Colette died from cancer linked to pesticide exposure. The organization is an essential resource for parents to access critical, consolidated information to better protect their children, inspire healthier homes and communities-and, in essence a healthier world.