The FPIES Foundation Overview
Target demographics: Families and their children affected by FPIES, medical professionals that serve those diagnosed with FPIES
Someone who had 3 hours of volunteer time could: Contribute to the planning of Foundation events (such as food allergy fairs), assisting with administrative tasks, create a homemade item for our Hugs for Heroes program, contribute your specific talents and skills to enhancing awareness and outreach programs
Geographic areas served: Worldwide
Programs: A Toolbox for families including Food journals, ER Care, symptom checker, doctor visits, label reading tutorial,…
Cooking and Nutrition website pages for tips, tools, and resources
Provider Directory to find family-recommended knowledgeable FPIES practitioners
Medical Journal Article links and glossary
Printable education materials FPIES Q&A: Questions from the FPIES community, Answers from the Medical Advisory Board
Food Allergy Fair participation
Inspiring Family story share program
Foundation Social Media for awareness and support: Facebook page/Twitter/Pinterest Foundation Blog/ The Foundation YouTube channel
How to Help an FPIES family today article
Hugs for Hero’s and other volunteer programs
Ongoing Fundraising and Awareness programs
Easily accessible website and support forum
Multidisciplinary Medical Advisory Board, leaders in FPIES treatment and management
1023 submission and 501c3 non-profit designation
We have created a brand new, extensively expanded website. It is packed with FPIES resources for medical professionals and families alike, once more supporting our mission of FPIES education and awareness. Our database of FPIES-friendly medical professionals is a keystone to our web offerings.
We have partnered with our esteemed Medical Advisory Board to create an in-depth Q&A. This document provides medically responsible answers to questions asked by the FPIES community.
Be sure to follow our activities during Food Allergy Awareness Week 2013!