FARE’s goal is to earn decisionmakers’ attention by building relationships. Here’s how we do it—and how you can help.
“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.” - Margaret Mead
Our advocates’ efforts are primarily responsible for the progress we’ve made on food allergy awareness and access. And it’s exactly how—one day—we’ll find a cure.
Our advocates make this progress by building relationships with opinion leaders, legislators and other decision makers. We communicate in different ways to build these relationships.
These communications are listed below. Some take just a few minutes to complete. Others require more effort. Whatever time you can contribute, we can use your help.
Why We Need the FASTER Act
The Food Allergy Safety, Treatment, Education & Research (FASTER) Act, H.R. 2117, S. 3451
32 million Americans living with potentially life-threatening food allergies. There is no cure and limited treatments are available. Funding for additional research is crucial.
The FASTER Act is the first step.Learn More
Start a Local Advocacy Program Today!
FARE supports a nationwide network of community teams whose members work together to build relationships with local legislators and earn their support for food allergy issues. We can help you start, or join, a team in your area.
Going the Extra Mile
Some advocacy communications require extra time to complete—but have a lasting impact.
Establishing relationships with decision makers lays the foundation for pursuing public policy objectives that further the food allergy mission.
Providing testimony to a legislative body gives you the unique opportunity to directly affect many different legislators’ decisions at the same time.
Lawmakers hold town meetings to provide a public forum for discussing timely issues or to listen to their constituents’ concerns.
Become An Advocate
FARE Advocates build and sustain critical support for the food allergies on the local and national levels by advocating for the most significant public policy issues facing our community. We use our collective voice of 32 million Americans living with potentially life-threatening food allergies to effect change across the country.