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Children’s Health Defense (CHD) last week launched its newest chapter, CHD-Hawaii.

As with other CHD chapters, CHD-Hawaii will speak up on behalf of the state’s children with a powerful, unified voice. The chapter will also disseminate vitally needed educational information at a local level and improve relevant policy within the state of Hawaii.

CHD-Hawaii will tackle the following children’s health issues: vaccine safety, Hawaii school vaccine mandates and exemptions, 5G and wireless safety, water fluoridation, COVID-19 collateral damage awareness, food and drug safety, and geoengineering.

The chapter is already hard at work at the local level.

“At a time when humanity is engulfed in fear, confusion and division we are extremely grateful for this opportunity to join forces with CHD, to embody the national organization’s mission and to be a part of the solution to help heal and unify our world,”  said CHD-Hawaii President, Kim Haine.

CHD-Hawaii joins the CHD-California, CHD-New York and CHD-Europe chapters in helping the national organization further its important mission. In turn, CHD will assist its chapters in navigating the important issues facing their individual states and countries.

“Our chapters give us the opportunity to be effective on a local level,” said CHD Chapter Coordinator Karen Mcdonough. “We are excited for the potential to have a positive effect in Hawaii.”

CHD is devoted to the health of people and our planet. Our mission is to end the childhood health epidemics by working aggressively to eliminate harmful exposures, hold those responsible accountable and establish safeguards to prevent future harm.

If you are interested in starting a CHD chapter in your state or country, visit the CHD contact page and click on “starting a chapter.”