PAK is a network of families in and around Charlotte, NC with food, venom & latex allergies.
We offer support & events for parents, teens and children, at little or no cost to the community.
We are a 501c3 organization. Donations are always appreciated so that we can continue educating and raising awareness.
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We depend on our faithful members and the community to financially support the many events and outreach opportunities that we offer. Without your help, it could not be done!
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PAK has several events to announce and remind our members about...Food Allergy Awareness Week is May 13 - 19, 2018. PAK will be posting opportunities each day to spread awareness and increase the conversation around food allergies and anaphylaxis. Tune in to our private Facebook group, Parents of Allergic Kids Charlotte Members for updates. Bring your kids and come meet up with some other food allergy families to chat while the kids enjoy the playground! Read More...
PAK is so excited to announce we will now start a series of interviews with food allergy innovators, experts, and newsmakers. Our very first interview is with Kyle Dine! Kyle is a food allergy entertainer and educator. Read More...
The below is a letter which PAK sent to the Roseanne show after their first two episodes aired last night. At the end of the second episode a peanut allergy was used as a joke for cheap laughs. The food allergic community is often used as a joke in television shows, ad campaigns, movies, and comedians routines. Read More...
The discussions, meeting minutes, handouts, speakers, agendas and other products of this group do not constitute medical and /or legal advice and should not be relied upon as such. Always discuss individual health / medical concerns with a qualified personal physician.
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