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"If you cannot control having food allergies, learning to shift your mindset makes a world of a difference."

Teen Advisory Group (TAG) member Catherine Walker
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Meet Ashley Dinah Koranteng, a member of FARE's Rising Leaders Committee, and learn a little more about her!

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Some families and individuals with food allergies are having trouble re-engaging in social activities after COVID restrictions have been lifted. This is why.

Paige Freeman, PhD
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Meet Jeff Burman, a member of FARE's Board of National Ambassadors, and learn a little more about him!

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"Hope is action: taking control of what I can, surrounding myself with people who will support me, and steadily marching through life no matter the clouds that loom above."

Teen Advisory Group (TAG) member Lauren Cohen
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Meet Alexa Moss, a Rising Leaders Committee member, and learn a little more about her!

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These tips for evaluating the safety of new foods can make life a little less scary and help you find more flavors to enjoy.

Teen Advisory Group (TAG) member Alyssa Schlaifer

Hear from FARE Champions Noreen Okarter and Tara Geise about why they support FARE through monthly gifts.

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This year FARE is providing 13 Community Outreach Awards and 13 Support Group Leader stipends totaling $39,000 to foster volunteer-led activities that serve communities in 17 states.

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