FAACT

Welcome to the Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Connection Team

Whether you are newly diagnosed or a long-time member of the allergy community, FAACT is your home for education, advocacy, and connections with other parents and adults affected by food allergies and life-threatening anaphylaxis.

FAACT's mission is to educate, advocate, and raise awareness for all individuals and families affected by food allergies and life-threatening anaphylaxis. FAACT is also your voice for food allergy awareness. Whether it’s keeping children safe at school, responding to food allergy bullying, dealing with workplace issues, or simply taking the family out for a bite to eat, this Web site has all the facts you need to manage food allergies and stay healthy.

Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Support

Join us for educational training and support, conferences across the country, and many program offerings. Connect with FAACT through social media for the latest food allergy and anaphylaxis research. Become a FAACT “patron” to support our mission and receive weekly e-mails with news and practical tips.

FAACT is here to support you in managing your food allergies – today, tomorrow, and into the future. We have the “FAACTs” about food allergies and anaphylaxis.

Newly Diagnosed

Food Allergy Resources

The team at FAACT is here to support you as you learn to live a food-allergic lifestyle and manage your food allergy. You are not alone. We want you to view food allergy as a manageable obstacle that you can overcome.    Learn more.

Education & Outreach

Food Allergy Education

FAACT’s goal is to increase education about food allergies and anaphylaxis through technology, media, and person-to-person contacts. 


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Civil Rights Advocacy

Food Allergy Civil Rights

Through Civil Rights Advocacy, FAACT educates and informs food-allergic individuals of their rights to safely and equally participate alongside non-allergic individuals. 

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Holiday Safety Tips for Food Allergies (12/08/2014)

by Stacey Stratton, Guest BloggerCourtesy of Peanut-Free Zone Holiday gatherings are usually filled with family, friends – and food. Keep the fun and avoid potential dangers with these tips from Stacey Stratton, food allergy author and blogger. Dinner read more …

Join FAACT - Become a Patron!

By becoming a patron, you are supporting the 15 million Americans who have food allergies – 6 million of whom are children. You are providing education and outreach materials to individuals and families who need our help. You are connecting with other people who live it and get it. And you are ensuring that the voices of people living with food allergies and anaphylaxis will continue to be heard by decision-makers across the country. Join the FAACT Family today!