Whether you choose to advocate, volunteer, walk or donate, your support makes the world safer for people with food allergies. Take action with FARE today.
FARE’s policy priorities are driven by the food allergy communities’ needs. Our advocates work together in local teams to make change happen in Washington, D.C., and across the country.
FARE’s goal is to earn decisionmakers’ attention by building relationships. Here’s how we do it—and how you can help.
FARE is proud to stand up for the food allergy community. Learn about the top issues we are working on at the federal and state levels.
Living Teal means living your best life. Living Teal is the destination for the whole Food Allergy Family filled with fun and engaging content designed to share tips, tricks, lifehacks, recipes and heartwarming stories about how we can all live our best lives by Living Teal.Learn More
FARE’s Baby’s First™ campaign is raising awareness that early introduction of a wide variety of healthy foods may help prevent certain food allergies. The BabysFirst.org website helps new parents work with their doctor to assess baby’s risk for food allergies and decide how and when to introduce solid foods into baby’s diet.Learn More
Diversity and Inclusion
Thirty-two million Americans are impacted by potentially life-threatening food allergies, including a disproportionate percentage of persons of color. FARE is dedicated to ensuring that every individual in the food allergy community has a seat at the table.Learn More
Education Programs & Training
FARE provides access to training and resources that help make the world a safer and more inclusive place for those managing food allergies.
FARECheck is an audit program for internal food allergen handling and preparation training.
FARE's comprehensive program created to improve the safety and quality of life for college students with food allergies.
FARE hosts free educational webinars with leading experts discussing the food allergy topics YOU most want to hear about.
FARE PSA - In a Matter of Minutes
"In a Matter of Minutes – The Severity of Food Allergy with Steve Carell,” is a FARE PSA that encourages Americans to learn more about food allergies and anaphylaxis.