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Ways to Give

You can help improve 32 million lives by supporting Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE) with your tax-deductible gift today.

Give a Gift

Your donation, with the option to honor a friend or family member, will provide a reliable base of support to ensure that we can improve the life and health for 32 million Americans with food allergies and providing hope for the promise of new treatments.

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With FARE, I'm more than my food allergy

Attend an Event

Attending FARE events helps advance food allergy research, education, and advocacy through fundraising and awareness.

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Create a Fundraiser

TeamFARE

Team FARE

Team FARE is our grassroots fundraising program in which volunteers across the country turn their passions and interests into action by creating unique events that raise funds for FARE in support of its mission.

Hometown Heroes

Hometown Heroes Community Walks

Hometown Heroes is a fun and festive FARE walk event in communities across the country that is 100% volunteer driven and managed. Our Hometown Hero walks raise awareness about food allergies while raising much needed funds for FARE programs and services to help individuals with food allergies.

Other Ways to Give

 

Amazon Smile

Step 1: In your internet browser go to smile.amazon.com and log in using your Amazon credentials.

Step 2: After signing in, you will be directed to the below page.

Step 3: Under the heading “Or pick your own charitable organization”

Step 4: From the list of charity options enter “FARE Food Allergy Research Education” then click “Search”

Step 5: You will be redirected to another page. Check the box next to “Yes” and then click “Start Shopping”