Helping CoolMom just got so easy! Follow these three simple steps the next time you shop on Amazon.com and double your feel good online experience:
1) Bookmark smile.amazon.com.
2) Select CoolMom.org as your charity of choice.
3) Use AmazonSmile every time you shop at Amazon.com! (hint: Even if you shop using your usual amazon.com URL, simply switch over to smile.amazon.com before you check out.)
Thank you for helping CoolMom to build a healthier planet for all our children.
What if confronting the climate crisis is the best chance we’ll ever get to build a better world? Join CoolMom and West Seattle Meaningful Movies for a FREE viewing of " This Changes Everything" on Saturday, November 7 in West Seattle's High Point Neighborhood House.
See below for trailer and further details below!
What: A new film directed by Avi Lewis and inspired by Naomi Klein’s bestseller This Changes Everything—Capitalism vs. the Climate (90 minutes)
- Doors open at 6:30 p.m. for refreshments and social time
- Movie starts at 7:00 p.m. (come early to be sure to get a good seat)
Admission: FREE (donations gratefully received)
Please help minimize waste—bring your own mug!
The time for action on climate change is NOW. Join a diverse coalition of communities of color, workers, immigrants, activists and everyday folk on October 14 as we build upon last year's wildly successful People’s Climate March in New York to send a message that will be heard from Seattle to Paris: Our communities are united in the fight against climate change.
Climate change affects low-income and communities of color disproportionately, and a just transition away from fossil fuels means making sure that no one gets left behind, especially the communities most affected.
Gather at 5:00 p.m. at City Hall Plaza to make climate ribbons, and then march at 5:30 p.m. sharp to Occidental Park. There will be speakers and video projections of people from across the state talking about how climate change is affecting their lives, what their doing about it, and what their hopes for the future are. There will also be an interview tent set up to record the stories of those present. Our world is changing faster than anyone expected, and our voices must be heard in Paris and beyond. Please join us!
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We couldn't be prouder of CoolMom Program Managers Kimberly Christensen and Brooke Doyle for their relentless energy in helping to bring a car seat recycling program to the Seattle metro area. The two were recently featured in a ParentMap article on their hard work breathing new life into old car seats.
Here's a teaser on the ParentMap article below. You can click here to read the entire article:
Brooke Graham Doyle was working toward combatting climate change as the North Seattle coordinator of the environmental nonprofit CoolMom when she encountered a sustainability problem of her own: Old car seats.
“At that point, I had three kids in car seats,” Doyle says. “They were these big pieces of plastic, and I didn’t know what to do with them.”
When representatives from the environmental advocacy group Zero Waste Washington came to a CoolMom meeting to speak about recycling household electronics, Doyle and the CoolMoms saw the potential for a solution.