FARE advocates for the care, well-being and inclusion of children and adults with food allergies, including in schools, restaurants, work, transportation, and through emergency services. FARE’s advocacy efforts are driven by individual, grassroots experiences that inform and shape policy development. Experienced volunteers work with FARE and other advocates who make change happen in Washington, state capitals, county boards, town halls, and neighborhoods across the country.
FARE's current and ongoing advocacy priorities address some of the most significant and challenging public policy issues facing the food allergy community. They include:
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The Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) published “Voluntary Guidelines for Managing Food Allergies in Schools and Early Care and Education Programs”, intended to help schools create a safe and inclusive environment for students with food allergies.