FARE welcomes partnerships with companies that have an interest in supporting FARE’s mission and the food allergy community. Corporate partners act as an integral part of FARE’s efforts to raise public awareness, advance research and advocate on behalf of all those affected by food allergies.
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Meet Our National Corporate Partners
It makes sense to partner with FARE
- FARE is the largest nonprofit organization working on behalf of the 15 million Americans with food allergies.
- FARE is a trusted resource for information on living with food allergies and the largest private source of funding for food allergy research.
- FARE connects with more than 80,000 highly-engaged, active followers through social media and welcomes 450,000+ visits annually to our blog.
- FARE’s National Food Allergy Conference and Teen Summit represent the largest annual food allergy education gatherings in the U.S.
- Each year, more than 35,000 individuals with a connection to the food allergy community attend a FARE Walk for Food Allergy.
- More than 130,000 individuals subscribe to FARE’s bimonthly e-newsletter.
Some of our national corporate partnership opportunities include:
FARE Walk for Food Allergy - In 2014, FARE drew more than 35,000 participants to 60+ walks across the country to participate in our flagship, grassroots fundraising program. The family-focused walks offer a fun, allergy-friendly activity for the food allergy community.
FARE National Food Allergy Conference – Nearly 400 individuals from the food allergy community join together each spring/summer at the largest conference of its kind to learn about research updates and treatments under investigation, psychosocial effects of food allergies, living well with food allergies, managing food allergies at school and other key topics.
Teen Summit – 2015 marks the ten year anniversary of the Teen Summit. Each fall nearly 400 teens and their families gather at the largest event of its kind to address issues unique to teens and young adults managing food allergies. Along with the education component, the event provides teens an opportunity to bond with peers sharing their experiences.
Education Partnerships – FARE hosts a wide variety of mission education programs for which we hope to gain ongoing support. Programs include FARE’s monthly educational Webinar Series, the Be a PAL: Protect A Life™ From Food Allergies educational program, Allergy Identification Fact Sheets, and more.
Constituent Outreach – FARE’s outreach channels act as the main mechanisms for informing, educating, and supporting the food allergy community. With this in mind, FARE offers a few limited opportunities to connect with our constituents through FARE’s bimonthly e-newsletter and occasional social media campaigns. FARE never uses its contact lists or social media channels for direct advertising.
Galas and Luncheons – Communities across the country host a variety of luncheons, galas and themed parties that benefit food allergy and anaphylaxis education, advocacy, awareness and research. Gala events offer a fun and festive way to support FARE’s programs and services.
Proceeds Partners – FARE welcomes the opportunity to discuss partnerships that designate FARE as a recipient of a percentage of sales. FARE’s proceeds partners’ products must align with FARE’s mission efforts. A minimum donation and specific percentage of sales must be designated.
In-kind Donations – FARE is always looking to identify was ways to offset the costs of goods and services through in-kind donations. In-kind gifts are donations of goods or services which are budget relieving and/or add to the experience of our guests/constituents. Examples include: ad space, printing, signage, t-shirts, water, etc.