Happy Holidays
2019
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Dear Friends,

We write wishing you the happiest and healthiest of holidays! We celebrate a successful 2019 and are enthusiastic to kick off an active 2020!

Through our research and environmental justice approach to documenting the harms from environmental pollution and climate change, we work to protect the health and well-being of children and families.

We are inspired by the activism and leadership displayed by children, like Greta Thunberg and the millions that raised their voices to protest inaction on Climate Change, by our very own investigators, masters and doctoral students at the Mailman School of Environmental Health Sciences, and by our dedicated team of research assistants and staff at the Center whose charge is to protect the health of children and our planet.

You are an integral part of these efforts and this team. Your support is invaluable.

When you give to the Center, you are investing in the health and well-being of children and families. Your support is yielding both immediate and long-term benefits to children’s health today and in the future.

We hope you will make a tax-free gift donation to the Center in order to continue this important work.  Your gift will protect the gains that we have achieved together and will support our ongoing efforts to help our most vulnerable children thrive.




Or if you prefer to pay via check, please send to:

The Columbia Center for Children's Environmental Health
Attn: Development Officer
722 West 168th Street, 12th Floor, Room 1200
New York, NY 10032
 
Please make your check payable to the Trustees of Columbia University in the City of New York.

 Please specify on the memo line that your donation is for the Columbia Center for Children's Environmental Health .
 
With deepest gratitude,

Julie Herbstman, PhD
Director, Columbia Center for Children's Environmental Health

Frederica P. Perera, DrPH, PhD
Director of Translational Research and Founding Director
Columbia Center for Children's Environmental Health
Columbia Center for Children's Environmental Health
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