The purpose of the Ready-to-Go MCS Activist is to provide pre-designed letters for varying educational and activist efforts. Many times one wants to write a letter to an establishment, individual, or other entity to educate them and request they change their practices. The hardest part used to be writing the letter, and often it never happened because there was no time. Now, letters exist that can be easily customized and printed.
More will be added each month. Check back soon!
To suggest a letter or contribute a letter:
Pre-Designed Customizable Letters
Fragrances on Mail and/or Catalogs
Air Freshener Use
Use of Fragrance, Cologne, and Perfume
Fabric Softener Emissions
Letter to State Representatives to Ban Woodsmoke
Letter to Doctors and Medical Boards Supporting MCS as a biological Illness (fully cited and scientifically supported)
*This work is copyrighted. Permission granted for personal use in activism provided that original copyright and authorship are maintained. For permission to reprint, mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Request for Accommodations Under the Americans with Disabilities Act
Spanish: Alerta Para el Vecindario
Discusses wood smoke, lawn chemicals, and scented laundry products.
Public Service Announcements for News, Radio, and Media
Public Service Announcement #1
Public Service Announcement #5
Public Service Announcement #7
Fragranced Laundry Products Pollute Our Air
Event Planning Kits
MCS Awareness Emblems
Note: These emblems are sold by an independent site for $6.50 plus .45 shipping.
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Science & Medicine