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FPIES Awareness!

Organized by Joy Meyer
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Anvil Lightweight 100% Cotton T-shirt

Raising Awareness for Food Protein Induced Enterocolitis Syndrome (FPIES) for Rare Disease Day 2017! T-shirt design by FPIES mom Crystal Martin-Lentz

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All funds raised will go directly to The Fpies Foundaton .
24 items sold
$200 raised
50 goal
Thanks to our supporters!
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Anvil Lightweight 100% Cotton T-shirt
Unisex - Caribbean Blue
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  • FPIES Awareness! Fundraiser - unisex shirt design - small
Organized by Joy Meyer

About this campaign

FPIES, is a rare but serious food allergy that affects children world-wide. Children and families affected by FPIES are fighting an uphill battle. With professionals in the medical field often unaware of this syndrome, parents struggle to find the answers and support they so desperately need. The FPIES Foundation is working to raise awareness about this serious condition but, we can't do this alone, so purchase your shirts today and help support The FPIES Foundation supporting families of children living with this condition!

Food Protein Induced Entercolitis Syndrome, FPIES, is a rare but serious food allergy that affects children world-wide. In a child with FPIES, when a food he or she is allergic to is ingested, a delayed-onset reaction can be seen in the form of sudden, profuse, projectile vomiting and lethargy. During a reaction the following may be seen: lethargy, low blood pressure, pallor, increased white blood-cell count and shock (which can be life-threatening). Currently, there is no cure. Unfortunately, children and families affected by FPIES are fighting an uphill battle. With professionals in the medical field often unaware of this syndrome, parents struggle to find the answers and support they so desperately need. That's where you come in! The FPIES Foundation needs your help to raise awareness about this rare but real food allergy. Your shirt purchase will enable the FPIES Foundation to educate both families and the medical community about this rare condition and provide families with a source of empowerment and advocacy as they fight for the health of their child(ren).

Supporters

Anonymous 1 item
Trisha Lucente 1 item + $10

My son has FPIES

Kayla and Travis Felderhoff $50
Laurie Angevine 1 item
Amanda groom 1 item
Anonymous 1 item

My son has FPIES, it has turned our whole world upside down. I'd love to bring awareness to this rare disease!

Grillin Meats 2 items

As a successful food provider, I feel giving back beyond growing safer food is awesome!

Anonymous 1 item
Anonymous 3 items
Anonymous 2 items

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