Want to help us eliminate PFAS in Massachusetts? Do you have a few minutes to make a phone call or send an email and/or letter? Become part of our advocacy network and join volunteers across the state working towards eliminating PFAS as one of our breast cancer prevention efforts!
As a volunteer in our action network, you can help with annual special events, support policy initiatives to reduce exposure to known and suspected breast carcinogens, help to direct state and federal resources toward breast cancer prevention research, and more. By offering the variety of volunteer opportunities below, we do our best to match your interests, strengths, and availability. If you have questions or an idea that is not listed, we would be happy to speak with you. For all of the activities listed below, we can offer talking points, sample letters, fact sheets, brochures, etc.
If any of these opportunities look like a good match for you, please email email@example.com with the subject line “Interested Volunteer” and provide:
- Your contact information (full name, address, phone number, and email address)
- Which volunteer opportunities you prefer
- Your availability (times and/or dates)
We will be in touch with you shortly to coordinate your volunteer activities!
Here are some opportunities for volunteers who wish to exercise their writing abilities to educate the public or push for environmental health legislation.
Letters to the Editor
Compose a letter to the editor for your local newspaper. You can get the word out to your community about the importance of increased attention to environmental causation and the dangers of PFAS, pushing for environmental health legislation, etc. Use the knowledge and resources from our website combined with your passion for breast cancer prevention to educate the public about these issues!
Write for our eNewsletter
Write about a current event, research update, or your opinion on the environmental causation of breast cancer and true prevention and submit it for consideration of being included in our eNewsletter. Visit our eNewsletter archives for example articles.
Contact your Legislators
Click here for information on contacting your state legislators.