Every person who walks in FARE’s Food Allergy Heroes Walk has a story and a reason for walking. Here are just a few of the reasons volunteers around the country take part in Food Allergy Heroes Walks: “We walk to spread awareness of food allergies and to raise money for research. Food allergies have affected… Continue reading Why We Walk
FARE wants to hear about how you plan to stay Safe for the Summer with your Food Allergy Action Hero. Enter our contest by July 5, 2017 for a chance to win some Safe for the Summer swag! How to Enter Snap a photo of your Food Allergy Action Hero (Boy or Girl). Upload it… Continue reading Enter to Win the #FARESummerAdventure Contest!
Last month, thousands of people around the country raised awareness by recognizing our 20th Food Allergy Awareness Week! Food Allergy Awareness Week was launched in 1998 to help raise awareness about the severity of food allergy and it has grown every year. Here are a few highlights from this year’s event. 1. Legislators in 31 states… Continue reading A Look Back at Food Allergy Awareness Week 2017
Food Allergy Awareness Week is honored each May to shine a spotlight on the seriousness of food allergies. By increasing awareness, we can encourage respect, promote safety, and improve the quality of life for the 15 million Americans with food allergies, including all those at risk for life-threatening anaphylaxis. FARE would like to highlight and… Continue reading Meet the 2017 Food Allergy Awareness Week Sponsors
Food Allergy Research & Education Partners with Empire State Building on First Night of 20th Annual Food Allergy Awareness Week Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE) is thrilled to announce that the iconic Empire State Building will once again shine in teal, the color of food allergy awareness, on May 14, the first… Continue reading Empire State Building’s Teal Lights Kick Off 20th Anniversary of Food Allergy Awareness Week
Every year, landmarks around the country turn teal in honor of Food Allergy Awareness Week. FARE would like to introduce you to the woman responsible for many of those building lightings, Stephanie Lowe. Stephanie, a food allergy mom, shared her story with us. My name is Stephanie Lowe. In 2014, I started Turn It Teal… Continue reading The Story Behind Turn It Teal