May Is Food Allergy Action Month and Ready, Set, Food! Announces Giving Pledge: For Every Subscription Sold, One Is Donated To A Family In Need
Giving Back the Gift of Food Freedom
In honor of Food Allergy Action Month 2020, we have a renewed commitment and focus on our mission of giving families everywhere the gift of food freedom with Ready, Set, Food! To showcase that commitment, we’re establishing a philanthropic program to help give every parent the chance to introduce allergens early for every product set sold. Our company was founded to provide the peace of mind all parents need when their babies begin the introduction of solid food, which is why we are committed to launching this donation program in partnership with Mark Cuban in order to make our product accessible to those in need.
Our Shared Commitment With Mark Cuban
With Mark Cuban’s partnership and investment, we can transform the health and lives of children everywhere by donating our early allergen introduction systems to families in need. More than ever, our giving pledge will be vital.
Giving Back Program Details
Qualifying families will receive a 6 Month Subscription to Ready, Set, Food! ($300 value) in addition to ongoing support from our team.
Qualifying families with a 3-11 month old include:
- Families who have lost their income due to COVID-19
- SNAP-eligible families
- EBT-eligible families
Qualifying families can participate in this program through one of the following ways:
- Register through the Giving Back Page on our website
- Patient materials distributed through our network of health care providers including our partnership with Advocate Aurora Health
- Contact email@example.com
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