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Your Child Is Not Defined by Food Allergies

During the past five years, Dana Kagan taught 1,500 school children throughout her district about food allergies through a game she created. 

Dana is only 13 years old. 

With allergies to eggs, tree nuts, fish, shellfish, bananas, kiwi, avocados and carrots, finding safe foods can be stressful. Instead, she has let her food allergies empower her to help others. She is much more than her food allergies.

Your child is not defined by their food allergy. They are much more. 

During Food Allergy Awareness Week - May 12-18 - show us how your child overcomes their food allergies. Let us know what makes them unique through our More Than Food Allergies Photo Sharing Campaign.

Three submissions will be chosen to receive a healthier home package of CERTIFIED asthma & allergy friendly® products. Share your photo May 12-18 to participate.

Visit morethanfoodallergies.org to learn more and upload your photo.
SHARE YOUR PHOTO

You're Invited: Food Allergy 101 Twitter Chat

Join the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) and the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology (AAAAI) Wednesday, May 15, 2019, at noon ET for a Twitter chat on managing food allergies.

Follow @KFATweets and @AAAAI_org and use the hashtag #foodallergy101 to join the conversation. Learn more about the topics we will cover.

Help Us Improve the Lives of Children With Food Allergies

Managing food allergies, reading labels and creating safe spaces for kids with food allergies is a never-ending job. That's why it is KFA's mission to improve the day-to-day lives of families raising children with food allergies and empower them to create a safe and healthy future for their children.

It is easier to manage food allergies with encouraging support. When you support KFA, you give someone access to a recipe database of allergy-friendly recipes. You help a parent connect with other parents managing the same food allergies. You advocate for better protections for people with food allergies. You help a caregiver save a child's life through educational information.

Please consider supporting KFA during National Asthma and Allergy Awareness Month. You can be part of our mission that makes a difference in the lives of families raising children with food allergies.


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Thank you for your continued support.
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