Viewpoint: One Mom's Halloween Reflection BY Wendy Gordon Pake Iredell Free News; October 30, 2022 Halloween at the Pake house – with a child with food allergies – always went the same: My husband and I would spill out our son’s big plastic pumpkin and separate the candy into “safe” and “unsafe” piles. Then we
Special to Iredell Free News The EnergyUnited Foundation recently donated $10,000 to Carolina FOODiversity of Mooresville to provide groceries to 9 low-income families who have children with multiple food allergies. “We are grateful receive this donation from the EnergyUnited Foundation,” said Wendy Pake, executive director of Carolina FOODiversity. “These students need food that do not
Allergy-friendly food now available for students in need. SOURCE: IREDELL FREE NEWS Special to Iredell Free News FOODiversity, a Mooresville-based nonprofit, is on a mission to reduce the burden faced by families who are struggling to afford nutritious foods with the added challenge of food allergies, celiac disease, or other food intolerances. By raising
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