2 Read a book to your child’s class. (In our town the principals allowed our support group to hold assemblies.)
3 Hire Kyle Dine to come perform for your town or school (Kyle is in the states in May) or take your children and their friends to see Kyle perform near your home http://www.kyledine.com/tour-dates.html
4 Share a safe snack list and distribute it to schools, local sports teams and scouting groups http://snacksafely.com/safe-snack-guide/
5 Purchase a few allergy books and donate to your child’s school and/or library
1 One Of the Gang, by Gina Clowes (a favorite at our home!)
2 Princess and the Peanut, by Sue Ganz-Schmitt
3 The Buggabees: Friends With Food Allergies, by Amy Recob
6 Sign up and get a team together for your local FARE walk http://www.foodallergywalk.org/site/c.ahKPI6MIIeIYE/b.8529309/k.BED9/Home.htm
7 Offer to speak about food allergies and keeping children safe at the next PTO meeting
8 Create a resource guide for teachers http://www.foodallergy.org/managing-food-allergies/at-school
9 Contact local Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts and offer to present to the troops. Offer a top 8 free taste test.
These are just 10 examples of activities you can do to make a difference in your community this May. We would love to hear from you and see pictures of what you are doing!
Remember, Raise Awareness and Keep Kids Safe!