How You Can Support CAP
Community Support Makes Our Work Possible!

Community Action Publications (CAP)
is a volunteer, community-supported organization.

We create and distribute useful and empowering information
about toxics and alternatives
to help us all create
a healthier, happier, less-toxic world.

We especially focus on reducing toxics and encouraging organics
in San Francisco and the North Bay.

For more information about CAP and other ways you can support our work, see <>

Our work depends on the support of the community to exist -- including people like you!

Our priority is creating and distributing empowering information as widely as possible. We don't want money to be a barrier to this information being used! So, even though it takes substantial time and expense to develop, we offer our information for a low cost or often even free (like on this website!). To continue doing this, we need the support of people like you!


We invite you to pitch in and help make our work possible. For just a little of your time, you greatly increase what we can accomplish in our information gathering, presentation, and distribution. What are your skills, interests, and passions that you can offer towards a better world? What time can you offer?

* STEP Newletter stuffings. We do these twice a year, at the end of December and January, for about an hour or two. They're easy and lots of fun! To be informed of the next one, go to our Email List Signup page.

Also let us know if you can help with any of these activities:

* Tabling - to allow us to have information tables at more events.

* Website enhancement - We'd love to make our website a little more fancy!

* Writing and/or graphic arts - to support us in creating more articles and handouts. (We have more ideas than we can implement so far!)

* Research - We've got some great project ideas that just need someone to lead in gathering information.

* Data entry - We've found lots of great information that just needs to get into the computer to go the next step. Can you type with decent speed and accuracy? Or do have a good OCR setup?

* Research - to support us in creating articles and future book editions.

* Grantwriting - to help us get financial support for our work.

* Marketing - to assist with promoting our work and webpage.

Contact us to let us know more about your interests and how you might like to pitch in and help make our shared visions come true. (Our contact information is below.)

Thank you for supporting our work for a healthier world for everyone!

We were touched to be honored by the Sebastopol City Council. For more information, click here.

Special thanks for the support of: Petaluma Progressives; Dianna and Bob Coulombe; the Santa Rosa Alliance for Democracy; Santa Rosa's Community Market; the Sonoma County Herb Association and Vivien Hillgrove; Nina Zeiger; The Organic Wine Company; Pesticide Watch; Californians for Pesticide Reform; Nan Love; James Gleaves; Jeff Elliott at; the Sonoma County EIR newspaper and Juliana Doms; Kat Decker; Joe and Maxine Irvine; Chuck Gillet; Douglas Ovaitt; and all the other people, too many to name, who have supported our work and done great work of their own!
Together, we are making a better world!

Thanks very much to everyone for your generous and kind support!

Information courtesy of:

"Information Empowering Action for a Healthier World"


We hope this information (and our work) is valuable to you,
and supports the health and well-being of yourself,
your family, our community, and our world.
If it is, please let us know. It makes us happy to hear!

You can support our work and ensure that it continues. For instance, you can link to our site and let others know about it. Or become a CAP member! For more information, click on the "About CAP" button above.

If you find a broken link or outdated information, or want to suggest an addition or edit to this page, please let us know by emailing info[at] Please include both the webpage name and the relevant information.

Thank you to everyone who supports our ability to offer this information
to our community, for our planet!


This entire website is (c) Community Action Publications, 1998-2013. All rights reserved.
Page last updated 05/20/13.