FARE in Local Communities

Across the country, FARE staff are working in communities to plan and implement programs and projects to benefit and meet the needs of local food allergy communities.

For information, contact Marie Malloy, National Director of Community Engagement Programs, mmalloy@foodallergy.org

In collaboration with volunteer members of a Community Engagement Council (CEC) and the local FARE Clinical Network Site(s), each region has a multi-year plan focusing on three main goals. These goals were crafted following a community needs assessment in each region and range from increasing health care provider knowledge to providing social opportunities for teens with food allergies.

Currently, Community Engagement initiatives are in the following regions:

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