November News from PAK!


Here are all of our upcoming events! Please email us at info@pakcharlotte.org with any questions.

Our next event is the annual FARE walk on
November 10th at The Whitewater Center. Remember to register your team, it’s going to be a great day. http://fare.foodallergy.org/site/TR/Walk/HeroesWalk

Giving Tuesday is on November 27th! This is a wonderful day for community service and it's a time to donate to your favorite charities after Black Friday and Cyber Monday shopping. PAK is a registered 501(c)(3) and your donation is tax deductible. We have over 1380 members. If every member donated just $1 we would be able to pay our biggest expense, insurance. By covering this cost we would then be able to offer event more meetings and events. Thank you in advance for your generosity. 

Please join Safer NC to help get better restaurant legislation passed in NC. https://www.facebook.com/groups/119354978736878/

The Following event is now full-Please still RSVP if you would like to be on the waiting list. Last time we ran this event spots did open up.
PAK A BEAR is back by popular demand! Join us on Dec.1 2018 at 1:00pm at the Mooresville Public Library 304 S. Main St. Mooresville,NC 28115. This event is for all ages Pre-k to 5th grade. Parents must stay for the entire event. We also need teen volunteers. Please email us at info@pakcharlotte.org with your child's name and age. This will be a great event where we will explore how our bear can take care of his or her allergies. We will also practice using trainer auto-injectors. We have to cap this event at 30 children due to space constraints. The first time we held this event it filled within two days. We will start a waitlist if needed. This event is free and is funded by a community grant from FARE. Please rsvp by Nov.24th. A huge shoutout to PAK member Stephanie Insley for organizing this event, we are truly grateful!

Our first event for 2019 has been added to the calendar!
Please join us on January 27th, 2019 for a wonderful event! PAK member Kerrie Lorenzo and her daughter Maleiya will lead a discussion on food allergies, travel, and independence. Come and learn how anything is possible even with food allergies. The Lorenzo family has traveled the world and Maleiya has done some long distance traveling on her own. We can’t wait to hear their tips in regards to independence in the teen years and how to travel with food allergies. We are so grateful to Kerrie and Maleiya for their willingness to share their insights.
This event is geared towards all parents and children ages 11 and up.
January 27th, 2:30 St. Matthew Catholic Church 8015 Ballantyne Commons Parkway Charlotte,NC 28277 in the Parish Center Family 

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