FARE Collaborator Program
FARE is spreading awareness of food allergies where people work, play, live, and study by working with organizations that care about the issue.
The Collaborator Program is open to nonprofits, educational institutions, government agencies, and associations representing professionals from the health, education, human services, and food and beverage fields.
Each month, members receive an electronic toolkit of resources that can be used in their internal and external communications, including newsletters, websites and social media channels. Specialized content is also available by request. Resources from Collaborators are also shared, as applicable.
There is no cost to participate. To sign up, fill out this quick intake form.
Questions? Email Marie Malloy, National Director, Volunteer & Community Engagement at firstname.lastname@example.org
NEW! Collaborator Community Impact Awards: Back to School 2020
FARE is offering grants of up to $750 each to National PTA (Parent Teacher Association) and National Association of School Nurses members serving Title 1/Title 1-eligible schools. Funds can be used for printing FARE’s Back to School HQ materials; purchasing food allergy-focused books, education materials and/or non-food giveaways; purchasing food allergy-related materials or items specifically for the cafeteria or health office; and/or training staff, with a focus on responding to an allergic reaction and inclusion of students with food allergies in all activities.
Schools that remain virtual in the new school year are still eligible to apply for funding that supports online food allergy awareness and education for staff and/or students. The deadline to apply is Sept. 18. Learn more and apply here.