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Encourage your friends, family, and party guests to host their own green cleaning party!

You can help expand the circle of women who understand the problem of toxic chemicals in everyday products and are taking action to fix it. Cut and paste the text below into your own email, and send to your contacts who might be interested in joining the movement for a healthier environment in which we eat, drink, live, and play!

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Dear Friend,

Did you know that many household cleaners contain toxic chemicals linked to asthma and reproductive problems? But you can wipe out unsafe chemicals by mixing your own cleaning products!  I just had a Green Cleaning Party, and I want to encourage you to have one of your own.  Join the movement of people who believe that we deserve products that are safe for our health and the environment!

Women’s Voices for the Earth is encouraging women across the country to host Green Cleaning Parties, and I thought you might want to participate. A Green Cleaning Party is a fun event where you and your friends get together to learn how to make non-toxic cleaners from common ingredients like vinegar, baking soda and essential oils.

Women’s Voices for the Earth, or WVE for short (pronounced WEAVE), is a national organization that works to eliminate toxic chemicals that impact women’s health.  WVE believes that getting toxics out of products is the best way to ensure they don’t get into our home and our bodies. And, when it comes to household cleaners, the safest ones are those we mix ourselves from simple ingredients we can trust!

Learn more about green cleaning parties at womensvoices.org


Email Version 2

Dear Friend,

Women’s Voices for the Earth (WVE), a national environmental health group, has a campaign to encourage women to mix their own household cleaners using non-toxic ingredients.  A growing body of evidence suggests that chemicals in some conventional cleaners are linked to asthma, birth defects and reproductive problems.  And, because manufacturers are not required to list all ingredients on their product labels, we have no way of knowing what chemicals are in the products we use and, therefore, how to avoid them.  The best solution is to make your own from simple ingredients we can trust!

WVE is encouraging women across the country to host Green Cleaning Parties—I just had one, and I hope you’ll participate!  A Green Cleaning Party is a fun event where you and your friends get together to learn how to mix non-toxic cleaners from basic ingredients like vinegar, baking soda, and olive oil.  WVE makes it easy by providing the tools you need to have a successful party.  You can learn more about this movement and the Green Cleaning Party by going online at womensvoices.org.

I hope you’d join me in getting toxic chemicals out of cleaning products we use in our homes and consider hosting a Green Cleaning Party of your own.


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