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
Whenever people come together to work toward a common goal, they are a team. Team FARE represents people like you and hundreds of other volunteers across the United States who have chosen to turn their passions and interests into unique events that raise funds for FARE. We hope you will consider creating your own event… Continue reading Why Join TeamFARE?
Amanda Scheler and her family have been participating in the FARE Walk for Food Allergy in Baltimore since 2012, the year her son was diagnosed with a tree nut allergy. As captain of “The E Team,” Amanda is consistently one of the top fundraisers for her walk, using unique events to raise funds and awareness in… Continue reading Secrets to Successful Fundraising from a Food Allergy Mom
Jessica St.Louis is not only the mother of children with multiple food allergies, she’s the author of a new book titled “Mangos for Max,” which aims to introduce food allergy to preschool and young elementary school children in a gentle manner. She is also generously donating 10 percent of proceeds from the book to FARE… Continue reading FARE Food Allergy Fundraising Champion: Jessica St.Louis
If there are 6 million kids with food allergies in the U.S., that means there are also millions of “food allergy grandpas.” Jordan Friedel’s grandfather David recently showed us how, with simple and earnest outreach, a community can pull together to support a worthy cause. David is the president of his local Communication Workers Association… Continue reading FARE Food Allergy Fundraising Champion: David Stotarczyk
Every night, in households around the world, parents and children bond as they share bedtime stories. For Stephanie Sorkin, a mom from Long Island, NY, this cherished family tradition led to the creation of a picture book, “Nutley, the Nut-Free Squirrel,” which teaches children about food allergies. All of the author’s proceeds from the sale… Continue reading FARE Food Allergy Fundraising Champion: Stephanie Sorkin
Food allergy moms and dads are often compared to superheroes: constantly on guard, protecting their kids and sometimes saving the day or even a life. But they’re also human, and can make mistakes. A mistake that David Serle made with his daughter Emma inspired him to start a project that is not only raising funds… Continue reading FARE Food Allergy Fundraising Champion: David Serle