Washington, D.C. (July 11, 2019) — The Food Allergy Fund will host its next Summit in Washington, D.C. this fall to share the latest scientific research, improved policies, and innovative ideas to help the estimated 32 million Americans living with food allergies. The event will be on November 14, 2019 at the Newseum.
Washington, D.C. (June 4, 2019) – The Food Allergy Fund joined fellow Food Allergy Advocates and Chris Taylor, Vice President, NYSE Listings and Services, to ring The Opening Bell® at the New York Stock Exchange on May 30, 2019 as part of Food Allergy Awareness Month.
By Guest Blogger Erin Malawer, Executive Director, AllergyStrong
There was a bounce in everyone’s step as we filed into New York’s Paley Center for Media the morning of April 4th. The crisp spring air was as refreshing as the innovative inaugural Food Allergy Fund Summit which brought together scientists, researchers, doctors, psychologists, entrepreneurs, celebrity chefs and advocates to have a discussion about the present and future of food allergies.
April 4, 2019, Paley Center for Media, New York #FAFSummit19
The Food Allergy Fund hosted the inaugural Food Allergy Fund Summit today at the Paley Center for Media in New York, NY to help change the national conversation on food allergies.
The Food Allergy Fund is hosting the inaugural Food Allergy Fund Summit on Thursday, April 4 to change the national conversation on food allergies.
Calls for Proposals Inspiring the Most Innovative Ideas for Turning Food Allergies Upside Down
ABC discusses the Food Allergy Fund’s campaign which brings awareness to food allergy research by encouraging people to post pictures upside down.
Ilana Golant, our founder and CEO, joins Good Day alongside Amy DiElsi and her son Jack to share how to protect kids with food allergies in the classroom.
We launched a new campaign in July to bring awareness and raise funding for food allergy research. We’re encouraging families to post pictures upside down using the hashtag #ThisIsNuts.
The TODAY Show is helping spread awareness of food allergies by using the hashtag #thisisnuts!
What started as a New Year’s resolution became a brand new organization— Food Allergy Fund—flipping food allergy fundraising on its head.
People are participating in the #ThisisNuts challenge by posting photos of themselves upside down to raise awareness to the millions who suffer from nut allergies. Instagram star Bryce Xavier shows us how it’s done live on TODAY.