As a teen with food allergies, I want to make it part of my life’s work to find solutions to everyday problems. Allergy warnings on labels prove to me that cross manufacturing restricsts kid’s diets, leaving people to try and figure out what food is okay or not.
There are no more walks, so the donations are crucial to the continution of FARE. As I know run my page, while my mother used to, I will work harder every day to reach the goal of $1000.
In this society, where cars are starting to drive themselves and hearts can be man-made, I believe a cure to food allergies needs to be available to everyone. Epipens are much too expensive, and living without eating a large chunk of available grocery products isn’t right.
The doctors working towards this common goal are trying very hard and are doing amazing, but there is too much to do. This is why we need you to help. If you donate, you can help kids get through their allergies and live a better life.