Providing food allergy education, support and advocacy

for the Triad!

Educate

embrace

empower

Food Allergy Families of the Triad has devoted its energy to passionately advocating for the local food allergy community and providing free educational resources.  Connecting with local families, sharing tips, recipes, organizing play dates, working to create better local and state policies is just the beginning of what we are working for.  Find out how you can join in our efforts to create a more educated and compassionate community.

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Reach Out

Work with members in your community and make a difference

Get involved

Events

Our Mission

We offer free monthly educational seminars, allergen friendly community events, storytimes, school presentations, playdates and more.  

Food Allergy Families of the Triad is a non-profit association that provides food allergy education, support and allergen friendly activities for the Triad communities under Medical Advisor, Dr. Jason Caldwell, DO of Wake Forest Baptist Health. 

If you are passionate about creating a safer community for those living with food allergies, join us!  There are many ways to get involved and help make a difference.  

Supporting Others Living with Allergies (SOLA)

 

SOLA is a closed Facebook group of local Moms and Dads who share tips, ideas, recipes, favorite allergen free products and stories.  Connect with other families to gain emotional support, assist others in their food allergy journey and build lasting friendships.  Email us at info@foodallergyfamiliesofthetriad.org to join!

Find your inner power by Connecting with others

Resources

Local Businesses

Find local businesses who "get it"!


Hope in Action

Pinterest

Check out our Pinterest boards to find tons of great recipes!

On-line Resources

Find links to valuable on-line resources.  

Jake Keels, a local teen living with multiple life threatening food allergies, share a "day in the life" glimpse of what it's like in his world.  His blog post was shared over 900 times touching, inspiring and empowering others from coast to coast.  

Photo by Hearts and Arrows Photgraphy

Local Food Allergy News

See food allergy stories in the local media. 

FAFT T-shirts 

Show your support and raise awareness with our

t-shirts!