There are 85 million Americans living with life-threatening food allergies and intolerances who may not feel comfortable participating in traditional Valentine’s Day activities. Explore our information and resources to see how you can prepare for this holiday and join our Teal Valentine’s Day movement to help make sure everyone can share in the fun!
Easy to Make Sweet Treats
Piece of Cake with Sarah and Brooke offers allergy-friendly sweet treats that are perfect for Valentine's Day. Give them as gifts or light some candles and bake them with a loved one!Learn More
Cooking at Home
Sometimes the best gifts are free! Making a homemade meal can be the best romantic gesture. Light some candles, turn on some music and get cooking!Learn More
❤️ Send Love, Not Allergens ❤️
We know that from flowers to candy to latex balloons, this holiday can be tough for those with allergies. That’s why from now through Valentine’s Day, you can send a sweet e-Valentine to your loved one while also supporting research and education for our food allergy community!Send A Card
Help Your Little Valentine Stay Safe and Feel Included at School
Five tips to help your children stay safe and learn how to be good friends to classmates with food allergies during this fun holiday.Learn More
Tips for a Romantic Evening
Achieving that Valentine’s Day spark involves a little planning, especially if your sweetheart has food allergies. Whether your romantic day includes flowers and chocolates, a home-cooked meal served by candlelight, or a restaurant reservation at your favorite spot, there are some simple precautions you can take to ensure your evening is memorable for all the right reasons!
Valentines for a Teal Valentine's Day
Download FARE’s free Valentine’s here for a teal Valentine's Day at your children's school.