LeadSafeMama's Lead Poisoning Prevention Advocacy.

$14,258 of $40,000 goal

Raised by 441 people in 29 months

Tamara Rubin is a multi-award winning independent activist for childhood lead poisoning prevention and a consumer goods toxicity watchdog.  She has authored, testified for and otherwise supported legislative initiatives (both national, state-wide and local/city focused) designed to protect children from being poisoned by legacy lead paint disturbed in home renovations or poisoned by lead in water generated by systemic water fluoridation. She was also a key whistleblower exposing the administrative coverup of the issue of lead-in-water in the Portland Public School District (Portland, Oregon).
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Over the past 13 years since her children were acutely lead poisoned  she has personally helped thousands of families protect their children from being exposed to lead.  Every day she answers questions from parents concerned about lead in their homes when they could not otherwise find answers. She has more than 18,400 followers on her LeadSafeMama Facebook page , and more than 5,100 members in her public Facebook group "The Lead (Pb) Group".  She also runs a "secret" group with nearly 700 families of lead poisoned children. She volunteers much of her time to guide parents (around the country and the world) navigating the traumatic experience that is the aftermath of their child's poisoning. With the help of an XRF instrument (which she is trained and certified in using) she also personally tests for lead, mercury, arsenic and cadmium in consumer goods and reports the results on her blog. She currently has more than 1,000 blog posts with consumer goods toxicity test results , and has personally discovered unsafe levels of lead in newly manufactured baby bottles , cookware , toys  (including fidget spinners ) and more in the past two years.
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Since March of 2016 (shortly after her presentation with Bernie Sanders in Flint, Michigan) her advocacy work has been under attack  by both corporate interests and public agency employees attempting to shut her down. She needs help covering costs incurred as a result of these attacks, including legal fees to pay for the efforts to defend her against much larger and better funded interests. She is not affiliated with any nonprofit or company, so she is otherwise currently self-funding this important work.
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Your contribution here on GoFundMe will help with the following things:
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1)  Creating a legal defense fund to help support Tamara's ability to continue her important work. [Current outstanding legal bills for her attorney team is $60,000+ .] NOTE:  Since this campaign started, no fewer than four companies (of children's products and "green"/"safe" kitchenware/cookware) have threatened Tamara personally with legal action because she has found lead in their recently produced products, many of which are being marketed and sold as "lead-free" !
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2)  Covering other basic expenses to help make it possible for her to continue the momentum of her advocacy work during what is otherwise a very difficult time for her family.
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3) Once the legal fees are covered, eventually chipping in with the cost of purchasing an XRF to be used to help other families! 
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Your contribution will also be a show of support to the world – so even if you can only give $5 or $10 and sign your name to this campaign (with a comment!), it will make a big difference!
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From Tamara:
I'm not offering any rewards or incentives with this campaign, other than a giant heartfelt Thank You, a shout-out on social media & a chat by phone (if you like!), but I promise to keep in touch with each of you and look forward to collaborating with you in support of outreach events and efforts in your communities in the future. I need your help now more than ever. Getting support now is crucial for my advocacy work to continue. Several battles have been won but the war is not yet over.
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Thank you!
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Tamara Rubin
#LeadSafeMama 
Portland, Oregon
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Video below is just a minute of assembled news footage from Tamara's presentation with Bernie Sanders in Flint, Michigan in February of 2016.
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Story Updated July 20, 2018

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I found an amazing lawyer to represent me in my case against the State of Oregon. Please help if you can. Thank you (see attached image for details).
Here's a link to the full image on my blog too: https://tamararubin.com/2019/06/we-found-an-amazing-attorney-to-help-us-sue-the-state-for-multiple-civil-rights-violations-need-your-help-today-more-than-ever/

Here's my GoFundMe: http://www.GoFundMe.com/LeadSafeMama
My email (also my PayPal): TamaraRubin@Mac.com
My cell (text is best): 415-609-3182
My website: http://www.LeadSafeMama.com
My Venmo: @TamaraERubin
Thank you.
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We filed our lawsuit against the State of Oregon on Thursday and served it to all of the named parties on Friday! Because so many of you follow me on Facebook or read my blog I don't post here too often, but I wanted to make sure you saw this and that you had an opportunity to read the complaint we filed... which is both an entertaining read (on some sick and twisted level - like a crime thriller or murder mystery novel) and is also maddening (as it is a fairly condensed version of the illegal persecution that I have faced at the hands of State agencies over the past three years.)
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Thank you to each and every one of you for supporting my advocacy work. Thank you for being here. Please let me know if I can ever answer any questions for you. My cell phone is 415-609-3182 and texting me is the best way to reach me.
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As I have filed this complaint Pro Se (self represented) I will also reiterate that I am interested in legal representation - because I already have a very full plate managing my family and helping others - but I am also prepared to do this without an attorney if we cannot find one after the fact.
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Link to full complaint: https://tamararubin.com/2019/05/i-did-it-its-official-i-am-suing-the-oregon-doj-the-district-attorney-dhs-multnomah-county-sheriff-the-governor-of-oregon-and-others/
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Tamara
#LeadSafeMama
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Hello all! Thank you so much for being here and for supporting my advocacy work, it makes a huge difference. I would not be able to continue to do what I do without the support of my readers and friends.
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As you may know, it has been (again) a very difficult year - yet I think 2019 is going to be the turning point in so many ways & I am truly excited about the future.
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I don't post updates here on GoFundMe often because I don't want to inundate y'all & I figure most of you (if not all of you) are either following me on Facebook or subscribed to the free newsletter via my blog. If not please consider doing one or the other to get more frequent updates on my work and my legal case.
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Facebook: http://www.Facebook.com/LeadSafeMama - I post on Facebook with new work (new testing I have done), articles and updates almost every single day.
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And for a link to my blog I will leave you with the post Len and I wrote today: a big "Thank You" and shout-out to the folks who have helped me save my home as well as an update about my legal case and update about my kids too! https://tamararubin.com/2019/01/thank-you-from-the-rubin-family-an-update-too/
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Happy New Year!
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Hello friends—
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I cannot say "Thank You" enough!
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I did want to acknowledge that I am not posting here [on GoFundMe] much because I figure most of you are following me on Facebook or are on my mailing list and I don't want to inundate you with the same updates over and over again! If you are not on my mailing list, you can sign up for it on my blog (there are about 2,300 subscribers there now), and my main Facebook page has more than 16,000 followers now too!
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Blog:
http://tamararubin.com/blog/
Facebook:
http://www.Facebook.com/LeadSafeMama
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I also wanted to share that while I cannot currently afford to send you all holiday cards in thanks, I am instead going to publish one blog post on my website for each donation received from now until the end of the year, and each post will include a public Thank You shout out to a person who donated! [These will be posts with XRF readings and photos of items I have tested, increasing the "database" of information available to help families make decisions about things to keep in their home or get rid of!]
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My last update was September 2nd and SO MUCH has happened since then! Here are a few of the highlights:
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September 12, 2017
The IRS concluded an extensive/exhaustive audit— in which they determined there was no concern for financial impropriety with the nonprofit I founded.
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There were absolutely no taxes, penalties or fines due as a result. I have my amazing tax attorney Leila Vaughan (with Klehr Harrison Harvey Branzburg LLP - http://www.klehr.com of Philadelphia) to thank for her help with this, as well as the incredibly precise and thorough nonprofit bookkeeping skills of Phyllis Shelton with The Bookkeeping Collaborative (of Portland, Oregon). Some of your support here went to help pay for their services (although I still have about $11,500 of outstanding bills for their services left to cover by the end of the year). Here's a link to the post I shared following this important victory in my advocacy work:
http://tamararubin.com/2017/09/story/
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Friday, October 27, 2017
I learned that – in spite of the IRS’ official final determination that there was *no* financial impropriety at the nonprofit I founded in 2011 – the nonprofit has officially been *dissolved* (!!!!!)
Here's the post about that:
http://tamararubin.com/2017/10/update/
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Wednesday, November 8, 2017
CBS This Morning featured my work and my Facebook page in a story about lead in fidget spinners, giving us (Carissa and myself) credit for the initial discovery of this hazard, which was later picked up and investigated by USPIRG. As a result of this story my work went viral (again!, 3rd time this year!) Here's the link to that story (the video is just three minutes and worth watching!) It was the first official National TV mention of #LeadSafeMama!:
http://tamararubin.com/2017/11/cbs/
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Friday, November 10, 2017
My attorney team submitted approximately 2,300 pages of documentation to the DOJ. This is all of the documentation that the IRS used to determine that there was no financial impropriety.
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Monday, November 13, 2017
[We just learned about this yesterday 11/28 - see next item] Despite the IRS' findings and determination, a representative with the DOJ served as a primary witness on the filing of an indictment with the state alleging criminal charges against me personally (that's right, even though the IRS spent months examining all my financial records - going all the way back to the founding of the organization - with a fine tooth comb and throughly cleared me of any wrongdoing!)
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Tuesday, November 28, 2017
Two Sheriff's deputies showed up unannounced at my home and informed me in my kitchen (in front of my nine year old son) that I was under arrest for "Felony Theft 1". When asked, they said they did not know what the specifics of the charges were (what I was being accused of stealing) and they did not know who was bringing the charges. There was no prior communication or advance notice of this. They handcuffed me in front of my house and hauled me off to jail! That was interesting! I have never been arrested before; never been handcuffed before; never set foot in a jail before! (You can see more about what happened yesterday in some posts on Facebook, including videos and photos - including my mug shot! [Never had a mug shot before - lots of "firsts"!] )
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Bail was initially set at $45,000.00! That was later dropped; I was released yesterday evening with no bail required.
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Wednesday, 11/29, 2017 (Today)
This morning I appeared in court (with my new attorney Celia who will work to demonstrate my innocence of this new [yet another] set of false charges) for an arraignment (yep - first one of those I've been to as well) and we entered a "not guilty" plea!
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More to come in the ongoing saga of everyone and their brother trying to shut down my advocacy work.....
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Current fundraising goal: To raise a total of $5,000 more to pay the retainer for this new attorney! (as well as the other legal fees due noted above). When my "total raised" (here on this GoFundMe campaign) equals $14,271, I will have raised enough to cover this new legal retainer. [As of the moment of this posting, $4,455 still to go to reach that goal!]
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Again, thank you all for your support. As you can imagine, this has been a very difficult time for me (and for my husband — and especially for our children), but I know the facts, have faith in the power of truth, and in my attorneys and that Justice will prevail! Unfortunately, as with all things in our strangely transfigured country at the moment, there is a *price tag* associated with Justice.
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As always, please let me know if you have ANY questions and I will answer them to the best of my abilities. Thank you for reading.
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Tamara
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Photo attached is my son Charlie today next to a "scales of justice" bike rack (here in Portland), after my meeting with my new attorney.
Charlie Parker today in Portland
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Jessi Perkins
26 months ago

All 3 of my kids were found to be Lead poisoned back in 2010 in Johnson City, TN - my youngest tested the highest at age 6. Because of my children's ages, no one would help us. Our pediatrician was great for getting our kids tested, because the local health department wanted nothing to do with us. Having grown up myself in San Diego, I knew that Lead was bad, I just had no idea HOW bad. I had no idea what to do, or where to turn, or how to help my kids. Then I got the first call from Tamara Rubin. That phone call changed my life. She sent us test kits, and gave me valuable information to help detox my kids. She answered my questions, and guided me in every wayshe possibly could. Because of her wisdom and her assistance, my kids are now Lead free. We were able to move out of our toxic rental home, and because of Tamaras's persistance with the EPA, our landlord was fined and forced to tear down the toxic home, so no other children would ever have to suffer the way my kids did/do. I would have been completely lost without her guidance. She is a wonderful, caring person, who turned her personal Lead experience into something positive. Were it not for her drive, her fight, and her advocacy, I honestly do NOT know whtoday.and my kids would be today.

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Danielle Kavan
22 months ago
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Tamara helped me feel slightly better about areas in my house and help me focus on the areas that need the most improvment. Her work is extremely valuable!

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Angela Blohm
28 months ago
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My son was diagnosed with elevated lead in 2013 in Cleveland, OH thanks to Tamara Rubin we were able to work quickly to protect our infant and my family from further exposure. She does a great job of advocating for the dangers of lead, where to find lead exposure in common household items, and how to get support in your local community. Her direct work with my family & her community outreach facebook groups directly impacted another 3,000 families in NEO. Hundreds of families were encouraged to get their infants lead screened at their annual pediatric appointments, they were educated on possible concerns for lead exposure through paint, dust, and household items. Dozens of families were able to prevent further lead exposure for their families because of the resources and education Tamara Rubin has made available... and we will forever be thankful!!! We love you and your family Tamara Rubin!

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Kate Blodgett
29 months ago
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Tamara has helped dozens of families affected by lead poisoning like mine more quickly and effectively than anyone in America. The world need Tamara to be fully supported to continue her work, at greater and greater levels - there are so many other children and adults that are being affected now or will be affected. Lead poisoning is preventable and it is time for Tamara and anyone working alongside her to be able to educate and assist before its too late. Lead poisoning is not only an environmental disaster, its an irreversible impact when not prevented on our society. The future of our country is our children and we cannot afford to impact them in this way.

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Michelle Robinson
18 months ago
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Tamara is the only person that has enlightened me as to the dangers of lead and provided me with information about the possibility of lead in my environment. I would never have thought about the windows and trim in my 1920's house being coated with lead paint if it wasn't for her. She has helped to keep my three year old and the rest of my family safe.

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Shannon Nicole
20 months ago
2
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Praying you can continue your hard work. Your an amazing person and we all appreciate you. Especially the ones like myself who have a child suffereing bc of lead poisoning...

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Lexy Dee
22 months ago
2
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Tamara, you have helped my family through your advocacy work! Having your data to show those who are skeptical has really helped to keep my babies safe! Thank you for all you do ❤️

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Kayla Clark
22 months ago
2
2

Thank you for all your hard work. I've paid attention to other things in our home but you have really opened my eyes to lead.

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Manessa Nash
22 months ago
2
2

I paid attention to so many other toxins and was vigilant about keeping our home safe. It wasn't until I stumbled upon the page on Facebook that I was even aware lead was something I needed to look for as well! So glad to have a resource to help me make sure my home is safe

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Amy Sue Hoffman
22 months ago
2
2

After I started following Tamara's work, I gave away all of my family's dishes and switched to plain white ones from IKEA. I also gave away the teacups and saucers that I loved. I did keep a couple to have her test when I am able to have her over for a Healthy Home Visit. Thank you, Tamara, for doing this important work so that we might be educated and able to make informed decisions to keep our families safe / safer.

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Stephanie Tadlock
22 months ago
2
2

Thank you for all that you do! I've been mindful of other things in my kids products (BPA, BPS) and for a long time assumed lead was a danger of the past. You've seriously opened my eyes!

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Meagan Indigo
22 months ago
2
2

Your amazing work has made me more conscious of the unsafe levels of lead in household items. It has helped me in purchasing new, safe items & throwing out old ones. My most important lead safe purchase was stainless steal water bottle, that we use everyday. So glad to know they're safe! Thank you for you work!

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Sarah Belviso-Howard
22 months ago
2
2

Thank you Tamara for all that you do to educate and advocate about the dangers of lead. Your feedback, posts, and community support have helped us to minimize the exposure our girls have in our lead burdened home. Thank you!!

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Angela Mamie Balogh
22 months ago
2
2

Tamara helped us to figure out what was poisoning our son when the state came in and said our house was in "Good shape" and if I just "kept up the good work" our son would be fine. After his levels continued to rise the state called and told us they were closin his case. Tamara took time out of her life to talk to me on the phone and walk me thru what we had to do to help our son. If it weren't for her and her advocacy work who knows where we would be right now! ❤ I couldn't thank her enough!!

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Kristin Taylor
22 months ago
2
2

Thanks for all the work you are doing. Your page has quickly become my go-to for the latest on lead safe products for my family. ❤️

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Sarah Dalros
22 months ago
2
2

Enjoy seeing Tamara's posts and learning what items are potentially toxic.

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Anita Dunn Lieberman
22 months ago
2
2

Thank you for the priceless information you provide to help keep our children safe!

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Stacey Errington
22 months ago
2
2

Before I came across your page, lead poisoning was not on my radar. I had no idea lead was STILL so prevalent in common household items. Thanks to your work, it is now something I consider in my decision making when choosing dishes, cookware and so much more!

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Aubrianne Marie
22 months ago
2
2

No one understands, advocates for or is more knowledgeable as a mother of lead poisoning remediation and prevention than Tamara. An priceless resource for me in the worst time of my life.

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Danielle Snoddy Brown
22 months ago
2
2

Tamara, I'm looking forward to learning more about how I can make my home safer from lead and reduce my kids' exposure. We're about to start abatement and I hope to speak with you soon!

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Thanks for all of your work. Found it really informative and helpful as I weigh options. Do you think the Corelle plain white Swept style is safe like the Bella? https://www.corelle.com/pattern/6346/swept

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Tamara is amazing. She works very hard to help many people with regards to lead poisoning. Her knowledge, experience, passion, and courage is appreciated by many. Thank you Tamara!!

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Jessi Perkins
26 months ago

All 3 of my kids were found to be Lead poisoned back in 2010 in Johnson City, TN - my youngest tested the highest at age 6. Because of my children's ages, no one would help us. Our pediatrician was great for getting our kids tested, because the local health department wanted nothing to do with us. Having grown up myself in San Diego, I knew that Lead was bad, I just had no idea HOW bad. I had no idea what to do, or where to turn, or how to help my kids. Then I got the first call from Tamara Rubin. That phone call changed my life. She sent us test kits, and gave me valuable information to help detox my kids. She answered my questions, and guided me in every wayshe possibly could. Because of her wisdom and her assistance, my kids are now Lead free. We were able to move out of our toxic rental home, and because of Tamaras's persistance with the EPA, our landlord was fined and forced to tear down the toxic home, so no other children would ever have to suffer the way my kids did/do. I would have been completely lost without her guidance. She is a wonderful, caring person, who turned her personal Lead experience into something positive. Were it not for her drive, her fight, and her advocacy, I honestly do NOT know whtoday.and my kids would be today.

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Danielle Kavan
22 months ago
4
4

Tamara helped me feel slightly better about areas in my house and help me focus on the areas that need the most improvment. Her work is extremely valuable!

+ Read More
Angela Blohm
28 months ago
4
4

My son was diagnosed with elevated lead in 2013 in Cleveland, OH thanks to Tamara Rubin we were able to work quickly to protect our infant and my family from further exposure. She does a great job of advocating for the dangers of lead, where to find lead exposure in common household items, and how to get support in your local community. Her direct work with my family & her community outreach facebook groups directly impacted another 3,000 families in NEO. Hundreds of families were encouraged to get their infants lead screened at their annual pediatric appointments, they were educated on possible concerns for lead exposure through paint, dust, and household items. Dozens of families were able to prevent further lead exposure for their families because of the resources and education Tamara Rubin has made available... and we will forever be thankful!!! We love you and your family Tamara Rubin!

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Kate Blodgett
29 months ago
4
4

Tamara has helped dozens of families affected by lead poisoning like mine more quickly and effectively than anyone in America. The world need Tamara to be fully supported to continue her work, at greater and greater levels - there are so many other children and adults that are being affected now or will be affected. Lead poisoning is preventable and it is time for Tamara and anyone working alongside her to be able to educate and assist before its too late. Lead poisoning is not only an environmental disaster, its an irreversible impact when not prevented on our society. The future of our country is our children and we cannot afford to impact them in this way.

+ Read More
Michelle Robinson
18 months ago
3
3

Tamara is the only person that has enlightened me as to the dangers of lead and provided me with information about the possibility of lead in my environment. I would never have thought about the windows and trim in my 1920's house being coated with lead paint if it wasn't for her. She has helped to keep my three year old and the rest of my family safe.

+ Read More
Shannon Nicole
20 months ago
2
2

Praying you can continue your hard work. Your an amazing person and we all appreciate you. Especially the ones like myself who have a child suffereing bc of lead poisoning...

+ Read More
Lexy Dee
22 months ago
2
2

Tamara, you have helped my family through your advocacy work! Having your data to show those who are skeptical has really helped to keep my babies safe! Thank you for all you do ❤️

+ Read More
Kayla Clark
22 months ago
2
2

Thank you for all your hard work. I've paid attention to other things in our home but you have really opened my eyes to lead.

+ Read More
Manessa Nash
22 months ago
2
2

I paid attention to so many other toxins and was vigilant about keeping our home safe. It wasn't until I stumbled upon the page on Facebook that I was even aware lead was something I needed to look for as well! So glad to have a resource to help me make sure my home is safe

+ Read More
Amy Sue Hoffman
22 months ago
2
2

After I started following Tamara's work, I gave away all of my family's dishes and switched to plain white ones from IKEA. I also gave away the teacups and saucers that I loved. I did keep a couple to have her test when I am able to have her over for a Healthy Home Visit. Thank you, Tamara, for doing this important work so that we might be educated and able to make informed decisions to keep our families safe / safer.

+ Read More
Stephanie Tadlock
22 months ago
2
2

Thank you for all that you do! I've been mindful of other things in my kids products (BPA, BPS) and for a long time assumed lead was a danger of the past. You've seriously opened my eyes!

+ Read More
Meagan Indigo
22 months ago
2
2

Your amazing work has made me more conscious of the unsafe levels of lead in household items. It has helped me in purchasing new, safe items & throwing out old ones. My most important lead safe purchase was stainless steal water bottle, that we use everyday. So glad to know they're safe! Thank you for you work!

+ Read More
Sarah Belviso-Howard
22 months ago
2
2

Thank you Tamara for all that you do to educate and advocate about the dangers of lead. Your feedback, posts, and community support have helped us to minimize the exposure our girls have in our lead burdened home. Thank you!!

+ Read More
Angela Mamie Balogh
22 months ago
2
2

Tamara helped us to figure out what was poisoning our son when the state came in and said our house was in "Good shape" and if I just "kept up the good work" our son would be fine. After his levels continued to rise the state called and told us they were closin his case. Tamara took time out of her life to talk to me on the phone and walk me thru what we had to do to help our son. If it weren't for her and her advocacy work who knows where we would be right now! ❤ I couldn't thank her enough!!

+ Read More
Kristin Taylor
22 months ago
2
2

Thanks for all the work you are doing. Your page has quickly become my go-to for the latest on lead safe products for my family. ❤️

+ Read More
Sarah Dalros
22 months ago
2
2

Enjoy seeing Tamara's posts and learning what items are potentially toxic.

+ Read More
Anita Dunn Lieberman
22 months ago
2
2

Thank you for the priceless information you provide to help keep our children safe!

+ Read More
Stacey Errington
22 months ago
2
2

Before I came across your page, lead poisoning was not on my radar. I had no idea lead was STILL so prevalent in common household items. Thanks to your work, it is now something I consider in my decision making when choosing dishes, cookware and so much more!

+ Read More
Aubrianne Marie
22 months ago
2
2

No one understands, advocates for or is more knowledgeable as a mother of lead poisoning remediation and prevention than Tamara. An priceless resource for me in the worst time of my life.

+ Read More
Danielle Snoddy Brown
22 months ago
2
2

Tamara, I'm looking forward to learning more about how I can make my home safer from lead and reduce my kids' exposure. We're about to start abatement and I hope to speak with you soon!

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