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Celebrating Allies & Champions

Over 33 million Americans have a serious and potentially life-threatening food allergy. Every 10 seconds, food allergy sends a patient to the emergency room.

Join us May 12-18, 2024, to convene allies and champions to come together and raise awareness of this often invisible but potentially life-threatening disease.

Nominate a food allergy ally or champion for a chance to be featured on our social!  

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The Week's Agenda!

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Sunday

Honoring Moms

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Monday

Honor Your Doctors, Nurses, Dietitians, Clinicians, and Researchers

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Tuesday

Honor Your Teachers, School Staff, and Cafeteria Workers

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Wednesday

Celebrating the Food Service and Hospitality Industry

Advocates

Thursday

Celebrating Advocacy

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Friday

Celebrating the Food Allergy Community

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Saturday

Celebrating Innovation and the Future

Double your Impact for Food Allergy Awareness Month!

Food Allergy Awareness Week Posters

Download and share Food Allergy Awareness Week posters to spread awareness!

Food Allergy Awareness Week Poster

General Poster

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Allies & Champions Poster

Allies and Champions Poster

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Food For Thought Poster

Food For Thought Poster

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Start a Fundraiser

May is Food Allergy Awareness Month, and FARE is looking for allies and champions to join our fight to improve the quality of life and health of those with food allergies through transformative research, education, and advocacy. We created this campaign for everyone to contribute at various impact levels. Please join us by starting a fundraiser and sharing your goal with family and friends.

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USA Proclamation

Food Allergy Awareness Week Proclamations

Each year, elected officials including governors, mayors and city council members across the country make formal proclamations recognizing Food Allergy Awareness Week. They do this in response to requests from people like you! As FARE receives proclamations, the corresponding states on our map will be shaded teal, the color of food allergy awareness.

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