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We are proud to work with the following organizational partners for a safer and more sustainable future.


1% for the Planet

One percent for the planet logoMADE SAFE® is proud to be a part of the 1% for the Planet network, which connects businesses and nonprofits to protect the planet. If you own a business, consider joining 1% for the Planet, naming MADE SAFE as your beneficiary.

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Advancing Green Chemistry

Advancing Green Chemistry logoWe, a nonprofit organization certifying consumer products that are made with safe and/or nontoxic ingredients, and Advancing Green Chemistry (AGC), a nonprofit that facilitates laboratory testing for new chemistries, have announced a strategic partnership as of November 2015 and going forward.

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B Lab

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B Lab is transforming the global economy to benefit all people, communities, and the planet. A leader in economic systems change, their global network creates standards, policies, and tools for business, and they certify companies—known as B Corps—who are leading the way.

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Breast Cancer Prevention Partners

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For over 25 years, Breast Cancer Prevention Partners has been the leading science-based policy and advocacy organization working to prevent breast cancer by eliminating our exposure to toxic chemicals and radiation. Their focus is on the intersection of breast cancer prevention and environmental health.

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Campaign for Safe Cosmetics

Campaign for Safe Cosmetics logoMost people assume cosmetics and personal care products are tested for safety before being stocked on store shelves in America. In truth, personal care products are one of the least regulated industries in the United States. Current federal law regulating cosmetic safety hasn’t been updated in over 75 years.   
Learn more about the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics Business Network and sign up here. 


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Good Housekeeping Institute

Good Housekeeping sealsThe Good Housekeeping Institute, a division of Good Housekeeping and Hearst, is an 18,000-square-foot state-of-the-art consumer testing facility in the LEED Platinum-certified Hearst Tower, set in the heart of Manhattan. In addition to conducting blinded-consumer testing, their chemists, engineers and other scientists evaluate thousands of products each year in their cutting-edge labs. Their rigorous analysis is key to the unrivaled trust that consumers have in the Good Housekeeping brand and the Good Housekeeping Seal, the most recognized consumer emblem in the U.S. for over 108 years. The GH Institute introduced the Green Good Housekeeping Seal in 2009 to demystify eco claims and provide thought leadership in sustainability. 
> Read the 2017 Raise the Green Bar Summit Findings Report.


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National Association of Environmental Medicine (NAEM)

NAEM logoThe National Association of Environmental Medicine (NAEM) is a non-profit organization founded in 2008 by Dr. Walter Crinnion and a small team of expert clinicians. NAEM is a community hub for environmental medicine clinicians focused on the most up-to-date education. We offer health care providers resources and education so they can help patients with environmentally-driven disease.

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New York State Pollution Prevention Institute


People across New York State want to make the places where they live and work more sustainable—but they don’t always know where to start. The New York State Pollution Prevention Institute (NYSP2I) gives Empire State businesses, communities, and nonprofits the practical tools and solutions they need to realize the benefits of sustainability for our economy, environment, and our society as a whole.

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Plastic Pollution Coalition

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The Plastic Pollution Coalition (PPC) is a growing global alliance of more than 700 organizations, businesses, and thought leaders in 60 countries working toward a world free of plastic pollution and its toxic impact on humans, animals, waterways and oceans, and the environment.

The partners of the represent more than 11 million individuals including parents, health professionals, advocates for people with learning and developmental disabilities, reproductive health advocates, environmentalists and businesses from across the nation. 
> To provide you with better, safer choices for a healthy, sustainable future for you and your family, check out The Healthy Pregnancy Guide and  The Healthy Baby Guide, co-released by The Plastic Pollution Coalition and MADE SAFE.

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Safer Chemicals, Healthy Families

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Safer Chemicals, Healthy Families fights for strong chemical policy, works with retailers to phase out hazardous chemicals and transform the marketplace, and educates the public about ways to protect our families from toxic chemicals. They collaborate with hundreds of organizations and businesses, united by a common concern about toxic chemicals in our homes, workplaces, schools and products we use every day.
> Read the results of the joint survey conducted and released by Safer Chemicals, Healthy Families and MADE SAFE: What Shoppers Want: Safe and Healthy Products.


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