Savvy is Built For the Curious, By the Passionate.

It feels great to be part of something big and meaningful. Advocates, scientists, writers and organization leaders have invested over three thousand volunteer hours to launch Savvy and we are just getting started. There are many ways you can be part of Savvy and we are here with open arms.  A couple hours a month goes a long way! 

  • Tight on time? Donate to the cause.  $10, $25, $100... we will put it to good use. 
  • This one is HUGE: Be part of the conversation. Social media interactions are examined by potential sponsors and grants so please, share, like, comment and post away. Let's make some noise! 
  • Shop through Savvy's Amazon Smile program. 
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If you aren't sure where you fit in, just drop us a  note sharing, "How can I help?"  We will make a place for your passion. 

Here are a few specific roles we are actively looking to fill: 

[fa icon="plus-square"] DARING CHAPTER LEADERS (for pilot chapters)

We would delighted to launch one of the first founding Savvy Chapters!

True change happens at the community level and Savvy will support chapters across the country, starting in late 2016. We are creating tools to support those who want to launch a Savvy Chapter. While our chapters officially roll out later,  we do have enthusiastic women who have stepped up be pilot a chapter. 

Would three of your friends like to meet once a month to learn together? The goal will be to host one activity a month.  Topics are flexible depending on your circles of friends and can include book clubs, workshops, speakers, field trips or Girls Nights Out!  

Does this sound interesting?

Send us an email with your contact information and questions. We would love to have a phone conversation and get to know each other. 

 

[fa icon="plus-square"] SAVVY FRIENDS

In late Spring, Savvy will be launch one of the newest community engagement platforms around. Here, in the Savvy Cafe, we will create a safe and intimate online space for members to ask questions, share tips and find answers.

(We can hardly wait!)  

We are looking for a team of 'hostesses' to greet new members.  If you can master welcoming and encouraging comments like,  'Hi!', great idea!' or 'That is fabulous!' - or more genuine conversational starters- we desperately would like to bring you aboard. 

The kicker?

You do not have to be an expert scientist or chemical-know-it-all.  We are looking for friends. Sisters.  Cheerleaders. Those who will make the journey....fun.  We know you are out there. 

This is an opportunity to be in the middle of all the good news and buzz. We would be very grateful for one hour a week. You just might pick up a thing or two as well!

Send us an email with your contact information and questions. We would love to have a phone conversation and get to know each other. 

 

[fa icon="plus-square"] CREATIVE WORD LOVERS (Writers: Hobbyist or Professional)

The Savvy team writes about  a wide range of topics -  from sharing educational tips to interviewing movement leaders, nonprofit organizations and businesses. Our team is composed of both environmental health experts and passionate everyday women. Both bring insight to the keyboard, sharing their written voice and talent. 

Are you curious about blogging?

Let us be the place to dip your toes in the water. We would be happy to celebrate your voice, and guide you with some connections inside this world of 'nontoxic living' and environmental health. 

Are you an established writer, blogger or influencer? 

Join forces to grow your followers as we introduce those just 'coming into the movement' to your brilliance.

Send us an email with your contact information and questions. We would love to have a phone conversation and get to know each other. Or learn more about Savvy writing opportunities here.

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I’m interested in joining this movement because I wish I'd had a network like this when I started my health and fitness journey.
 
I want to help other women just starting out to cut through the endless pages of Google results, confusing articles, and conflicting information that have lead many to give up or never start. 
 

Amy Suen
Blogger, Small Eats