The Children’s Health Defense Florida Chapter (EIN #85-2569162) is Floridians who desire to preserve and protect our freedoms 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 so this never happens again.
We do what we do for many reasons. Some of us have children who have been injured. Some of us have seen an injustice and feel the need to step in where others fear to tread. Some of us are focused on the demand for scientific integrity, others on improving the health of this, and future, generations. Some of us are eager to help any way we can. But the one thing we all share is our passionate belief that we have public health policies and practices that are harming our children. For the future good health of our children and planet, we call for more research and transparency.
We represent you because we are you.
Our team of relentless warriors is on a mission. That mission is to protect the freedoms of our bodies and our children’s bodies and educate the masses on the truth. With your help, our voice becomes louder, our message becomes clearer, and our reach stretches farther. We’re tirelessly working in conjunction with several freedom groups and taking on the role of targeting the legislation directly that is trying to strip us of these freedoms.
The more people who sign up, the bigger the impact. Join us.
We honor Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. – Chairman of the Board
Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. serves as President of Waterkeeper Alliance, as well as Founder, Chairman of the Board, and Chief Legal Counsel for Children’s Health Defense, and of counsel to Morgan & Morgan, a nationwide personal injury practice.
Mr. Kennedy is an esteemed author, with a long list of published books including the New York Times’ bestseller, “Crimes Against Nature.” Mr. Kennedy was named one of Time magazine’s “Heroes for the Planet” for his success helping Riverkeeper lead the fight to restore the Hudson River. His reputation as a resolute defender of the environment and children’s health stems from a litany of successful legal actions. He received recognition for his role in the landmark victory against Monsanto last year, as well as in the DuPont Case that inspired the movie “Dark Waters” (2019).
Mo van Hoek
Mo has resided in Florida for almost 20 years but prior to that she grew up in the Boston Massachusetts. Her son Jan, after an intense series of inoculations suffered multiple strokes, and was subsequently diagnosed with; encephalopathy, encephalitis, autoimmune disease, mitochondrial dysfunction, severe autism, Tourette’s, OCD, Tics (PANDAS), Leaky Gut, Convulsions/Seizures, and those are a few of his diagnosis’ he has received over the years. She has been a staunch advocate for his health and happiness and has worked to help improve his health outcomes.
She is a resolute defender and advocate for other parents whose children have been harmed by poisonous injections, as well as, spending time educating people on the risks associated with these risky jabs.
Mo is passionate and relentless in her pursuit to save children from the dangers of vaccines, but also from the corrupt pharma industry and collusive government.
Bailey is relatively new to Florida, but was a part of a “health advocacy” group in her hometown of Des Moines, Iowa. As a high school graduate ready for college, Bailey went to get a physical before the big move. Upon entering her childhood doctors office, she was told that all of her medical records were lost and that she would have to be completely “revaccinated” for college standards. Because she trusted her doctor for many years, she didn’t even ask any questions.
Bailey’s battle didn’t really start until she was pregnant with her son Max. She knew she had to find the TRUTH on vaccines and so took a very deep dive to see what all the “fuss” was about. After a weeks worth of research, she connected the dots on her own health issues with vaccines and knew she couldn’t vaccinate her son. Bailey has been a strong advocate for both her unvaccinated child and others like him.
England has lived in the Tampa Bay area for over 10 years now. Although she originally started school within the world of western medicine, her son’s catastrophic vaccine injury eventually became a beacon of light leading back to the primal purist at heart. She refused to accept her sons dismal prognosis and through sacred natural medicine, he has defeated all odds. England even faced a few extremely tough years with her own health at the hand of breast cancer, but stayed true to her holistic journey which led to a most glorious defeat. This innate recovery only amplified her life purpose to facilitate healing without allopathic intervention and thrust her further into advocacy for health freedom.
Today, her work as a Holistic Practitioner has brought much joy and criticism. Years of studies and practice give her great resolve that vaccinations aren’t worth the risks despite constant attacks by naysayers including the Tampa Bay Times, who most recently did a hit piece trying to discredit her and the Pro-Medical Freedom, Pro-Informed Consent, Pro-Parental Rights, Pro-Constitution and pretty much anything Pro-Organic and Natural movements.