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Food Allergy Awareness Girl Scout Patch

Councils across the country are invited to participate in this free program.

Food Allergy Awareness Girl Scout Patch

FARE is pleased to offer Girl Scout Councils across the country its new food allergy awareness patch. Launched originally with the Girl Scouts of Suffolk County in early 2020, the program provides councils with free patches and a turn-key list of patch-earning activities.

FARE patch

"My daughter has had food allergies her whole life. This is a wonderful opportunity to give back in terms of all the things she has learned, and we have learned as a family, on how to identify, understand, show respect to, and stay safe with food allergies. Thank you for partnering with FARE!" – Parent, Girl Scouts of Suffolk County

To date, the following councils have signed up for the program:

  • Black Diamonds
  • Carolinas Peaks to Piedmont 
  • Central and Southern New Jersey
  • Central California South
  • Central Indiana
  • Chesapeake Bay
  • Colonial Coast 
  • Diamonds of Arkansas, Oklahoma and Texas
  • Gateway Council
  • Greater New York
  • Greater South Texas
  • Heart of New Jersey
  • Michigan Shore to Shore
  • Nassau County
  • Northeastern New York
  • San Diego
  • Suffolk County 
  • West Central Florida

“We’ve had many Girl Scouts complete the patch within the short amount of time it’s been available, but I think what’s most exciting is the response from parents. I’ve heard from many parents that this program has made it so much easier to communicate how to work with their child’s food allergy within their troop setting.” – Staff member, Girl Scouts of Central California South

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