July 11, 2012
Honor Your Child in the Strides for Safe Kids® Keepsake Program Book
Send a special message to a child with food allergies and support Kids With Food Allergies Foundation at the same time by purchasing a personal ad to honor your child(ren). For as little as $30, show a child with food allergies how proud you are of them and that you know they can do anything! This program book will be distributed to the expected 600-800 attendees at the Strides for Safe Kids® Expo in Philadelphia on September 9th. A program book will be mailed to all who purchase ad space in the book, even if you do not attend our event.
Your ongoing financial support (through donations like this keepsake book) is used to educate families with practical food allergy management strategies. By donating to Kids With Food Allergies Foundation, you can save children's lives and improve the quality of life for children and their families.
FREE WEBINAR! What Parents Need to Know about Inclusive Schools
Parents can often become bewildered when navigating the planning process involved in making sure their children are healthy, safe and included in school activities. Our next webinar in our free series will be held on July 31 at 2pm Eastern. Our guest speaker is Nicole Eredics — a special educator and expert on inclusion in schools. Register now to reserve your seat!
The Impact of Treatment of Children with Food Allergies on the Quality of Life of Caregivers
LAST CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS!
You are invited to advance food allergy research by participating in a study done as a collaboration of Kids With Food Allergies Foundation and The University of Michigan Medical School, Division of Allergy and Clinical Immunology. This is a study about how your child's food allergy and its treatment impact your life as a caregiver of a child with food allergy. This survey should take approximately 15 minutes to complete.
ACCESS KFA: Lifesaving Program to Reach At-Risk Families GIVE TODAY!
Food allergies are complicated. Learning how to manage food allergies saves lives. But what if a parent doesn't speak English, doesn't have computer access, or doesn't have good reading skills? Help us reach at-risk families by making a donation to support our new educational initiatives.
Receive a Free Welcome Kit with KFA Family Membership
Did you know that if you support the mission of Kids With Food Allergies Foundation by subscribing to a Family Membership ($25/yr), that you will receive an allergy-friendly welcome kit and online access to 1,200 recipes in our Safe Eats recipe collection?
- Discount membership from MedicAlert Foundation
- Coupons from Enjoy Life Foods (worth $15.99)
- $3.00 off coupon for Mabel's Labels
- $1.00 off Ian's Natural Foods
- $1.00 off HomeFree Treats
- Free sample of HomeFree Treats' vanilla crunchy cookies
- Free sample of Gimbal's jelly beans
- $1.00 off Namaste Foods
Our Blog Selected As One of the Best Allergy Blogs
The Kids With Food Allergies Foundation blog has just been named a top allergy blog by Healthline.com. We're pleased for the recognition that our blog is a top source for allergy information and news.
A Message from Our Sponsor
Beyond Coleslaw: Three Summertime Picnic Salads to Beat the Heat NEW!
Guest blogger and food allergy author Linda Coss shares three nutritious, allergy-friendly recipes: Fruited Carrot Salad, Tabbouleh Salad with Sun-Dried Tomatoes, and Cool and Fresh Pasta Salad.
Lemon Cupcakes with Lemonade Buttercream Frosting NEW!
Guest blogger Kathy Przywara shares her recipes for her lemony sponge cake cupcakes for a great summertime treat.
Our Kids With Food Allergies Foundation online community saves lives! Recently, one of our members asked about Arctic Zero frozen treats containing whey that did not have "MILK" listed in clear English on the ingredient statement. We told her what the labeling laws require and how to contact the FDA. On July 6th, this product was voluntarily recalled by the company. Register to participate in our online community and support group forums...the information shared saves lives!
American Girl Allergy-Free Lunch
A major toy manufacturer now offers a make-believe allergy-free lunch set that includes food allergy stickers, a medical bracelet and a fake epinephrine autoinjector.
Afraid to Introduce New Foods
Are you fearful of trying new foods with your allergic child?
I Want to Eat at a Restaurant!
"Every day I am more and more resolved that I can do this. But I still haven't figured out how to handle eating at restaurants." Can you help this mom?
Every purchase from this link to Amazon.com
will result in 4-10% being given to KFA at no cost to you.
Food Alerts! Have you checked KFA's Allergy Recall Alerts recently? The following foods were recently recalled:
U.S. Allergy Recalls
Egg Allergy Alerts:
Fruiti Pops: Classic Coconut Frozen Dessert
Cass-Clay Creamery: Hornbacher's, Schroeder, or SunnyBrook Peppermint Bon Bon Ice Cream
Milk Allergy Alerts:
Arctic Zero: Frozen Desserts
Canadian Allergy Recalls
Tree Nut Allergy Alerts:
Uncle T Food: Lotte Choco Pie
Wheat Allergy Alerts:
Healthy Times: Brown Rice Cereal for Baby
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