MAKE A DIFFERENCE
> We ask the U.S. government to join the Lao, Vietnamese, and Cambodian governments, and other nongovernmental entities, to identify and remediate toxic hotspots and expand services to people with disabilities or illnesses associated with exposure to Agent Orange-Dioxin.
> We ask the U.S. government to do more for our own soldiers and their families—to identify conditions associated with exposure and provide timely health care and benefits.
> We ask the U.S. government to share with the governments of Laos, Vietnam, and Cambodia all of the information they have on the use of herbicides during the U.S. war, including classified information.
> We ask everyone, no matter where they are, to join in ending the toxic legacy of Agent Orange.
The Time To Act Is Now
Over the next decade, concentrated effort will require a partnership among government and non-governmental groups, private citizens and public institutions, professionals and volunteers, corporations and nonprofits, U.S. Veterans and Vietnamese, and with you.
We Need Your Help