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How will you help?

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Become a member!

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Become a Leader!


We encourage applicants to have a basic understanding of Fight For Zero's mission, projects, and services. 


To find out more about the F4Z Leader program and/or to connect with a F4Z Leader near you, please contact the team at


Eligibiliy Requirments 

  • F4Z Leaders must be able to speak, read and write in English.

  • F4Z Leaders must have regular and consistent access to a computer and the internet.


  • Assist F4Z staff and complete action plans. 

  • Assist in community outreach with professionalism and compassion.

  • Complete a mid-year and end-of-year satisfaction engagement survey concerning the F4Z Leader program. Links to the surveys are provided to members of the Leader program when appropriate.

  • Attend leadership meetings to report your activities as a F4Z Leader. 

  • Participate in F4Z conference calls or simply listen to the recording (links to the recordings provided to all Leaders when available).  

  • Provide education and awareness, participate in appropriate advocacy, and fundraise at least $1000 for F4Z through any F4Z event or a community fundraising event of their own creation.

  • Represent F4Z in their local communities, promote appropriate mission activities, and provide general cancer awareness.

Application Details

Please use the contact form of this site to get your application or come to the next leadership meeting.

We encourage you to visit our careers and internships page for current opportunities - and to learn more about our work - if you'd like to join our team.

Our team brings experience, passion, and drive to take on the most significant challenge facing Florida. We're results-driven, with a proven record of previous successes.

We've responded to over 13,000 messages and phone calls

from concerned families in

the state of Florida


We've traveled more than 3,500 miles and spent more than 26,000 hours to help people in their communities

We personally invested more than $34,000 to testing, research, legal fees, experts, and community outreach


Fight for Zero has been awarded grant funding for several projects that include community outreach and testing.

Shop. Fight Pollution. Change lives.

Your purchases will help change lives. A portion of these goods and services is donated to support our work to empower families throughout the state with access to testing, filters, remediation, legal aid, medical help, and more.

What Kind of Water Projects Can I Start

When you invest in clean water, you create a solution that's unique to your community

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Provide a Filter to a Family in Need

Clean water is a basic human need

Give the gift of clean water by donating a water purifier that provides clean, safe water for life to a family in need. When you give a water filtration system, you provide a lifetime supply of safe water, as well as peace of mind. 

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Put a System in your Local School

Disinfect lead and bacteria

Many schools with old pipes can have water quality issues. Generously donate to help replace water fountains wth new water stations and water filtration at your local school.

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Share Your Knowledge

You should speak up

Volunteer at community meetings discussing water quality concerns in your town, and share information with family, neighbors, and friends. 

It Started with a Story

Our founder, Stel Bailey, didn't set out to start a non-profit organization. Her life dramatically changed in a short amount of time. It started with one cancer diagnosis until it became her father, brother, family dog, close friends, and herself diagnosed within fourteen months of one another. A family with no genetic predisposition learned to become caregivers and patients at the same time. Determined to find answers she began to connect the dots through crowdsourcing and found many more families effected by disease in unusual ways. This bond is what ignited a future for change. ​

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Fight For Zero Contributors

Stel Bailey, President & Chief Executive Officer | Jeff Dubitsky, Executive Vice President | Josh Bailey, Brevard County Citizen Scientist Director​ | Cheryl Joza, West Coast Regional Director | Emerald Cromwell, Pinellas County Director | Abbey Rodmaker, Northwest Regional Director | Dan Spurlock, Director of Marketing & Graphic Design | Sam Bailey, Secretary to Chief Executive Officer | Hannah Foltezer, Secretary to Executive Vice President | Rhonda Hinds, Certified Accountant ​ | Amanda Cooper, PhD Chief Program Officer | David Woodhouse, Professional Geologist | Dawn Harrell, Zero Waste Brevard & Dawn Harrell Art | Lawyer Nicholas Vidoni, Vidoni Law LLC | Test America, Environmental Testing Laboratory  | Eurofins, Environmental Testing Laboratory | Tiffany Johnson, Environmental Entrepreneur & Multipure Affiliate | Erin Brockovich, Environmental Activist & Consultant | Bob Bowcock, Clean Water Expert


When you shop at, Amazon donates to Fight For Zero.

Join your community!  Keep up-to-date with the latest news and monthly events. Don't miss out!

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