The FARE Walk for Food Allergy is a family-friendly event that takes place in more than 60 communities nationwide, and right now it’s walk season! Thousands of walkers across the country are fundraising, recruiting team members, and preparing for the event. Whether you’re a first-time walker or a veteran, we wanted to provide you with some… Continue reading What to Expect at a FARE Walk for Food Allergy
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
Have you registered for FARE’s Eighth Annual Teen Summit? If you have a pre-teen or teen between the ages of 11 and 22, you won’t want to miss it. This year’s Teen Summit will be held Nov. 15-17 at the Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill. Teen Advisory Group member Elisa shares what FARE’s Teen… Continue reading Teen Summit – A Life-Changing Experience
With food allergies, you can’t predict where you’ll be or who you’ll be with should you have a reaction. However, you can take a few daily precautions to give you the peace of mind that you’re prepared. Always carrying epinephrine and having a Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Emergency Care Plan are key, but you should… Continue reading MedicAlert “MyVoice” Program and Giveaway
“Will my child outgrow the allergy—and when?” This is typically one of the first questions parents ask when a child is diagnosed with a food allergy. Two recent studies shed light on this important issue. National Survey of U.S. Children Few large studies have explored which factors could help predict whether or not a child will achieve tolerance—that is, outgrow an allergy. Between… Continue reading Who is Likely to Outgrow a Food Allergy?
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