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Kinds With Food Allergies - You Can Save LIves

Any Gift You Give Will Save Lives

During this week dedicated to raising awareness of food allergies, you can continue to change lives by making a donation.

A child with food allergies must be food allergy aware every single day. And, still, accidents can happen.
Mikey's mother writes:

"We had gone out to eat at a restaurant we've been to many times before. We're so careful - we still don't understand exactly what happened. When he started to show signs of anaphylaxis, I gave Mikey an injection of epinephrine. We called 911 and had him transported via ambulance."
Mikey's mother was grateful that she had just watched a Kids With Food Allergies (KFA) webinar and knew exactly what to do.

Thanks to your support of KFA, families learn how to handle difficult situations and keep their children safe and healthy.

Can we rely on your help to ensure all families have the education to know how to keep their children safe and healthy? Until a cure is found, we provide the practical support that gets families through each day.

Any gift you give will save lives. We thank you on behalf of all the families we serve.
Thank you for your continued support.

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