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Join schools nationwide in bringing awareness to the dangers of food allergies!

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Why should you plan an RSFO day?

  • ENGAGE -

    Students can raise awareness of food allergies among their peers by wearing Red Sneakers and other red clothing. This inspires friends, family and classmates to participate in RSFO School Days, and brings the importance of food allergy awareness, advocacy and understanding to the forefront. These school days reach students, faculty and parents where it counts at school and at home.

  • INFORM -

    The goal of our school program is to educate students, faculty, administration and parents on the severity of food allergies and anaphylaxis. Working hand-in-hand with schools through our certified RSFO Clinical Partners to establish and craft school allergy protocols, is one way we can provide a safer environment while educating each and every person on the dangers of food allergies, and how we can prevent fatal anaphylactic reactions together. 


    RSFO School Days create a sense of community in support of students with food allergies and for all people who suffer from allergies alike. Through hosting these days we highlight the efforts of schools and communities on social media. This way we bind those suffering from allergies with their classmates. Peers learn how to support their friends, bringing the whole community together.

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May 20th 2018| A Successful International Red Sneakers Day!

Thanks to everyone who participated in our inaugural worldwide day to promote food allergy awareness. Read more about the wake of our collective efforts below! We couldn't have done it without you. 



International Red Sneakers for Oakley Day 

See how our supporters are helping raise awareness by sending us messages and photos from all over the world. May 20th is International Red Sneakers Day, ending food allergy awareness week. Mark the day by posting a picture of yourself in your red sneakers or organize a group photo with your friends and supporters wearing their red sneakers. We hope that this simple action will help us leverage our global movement and continue our momentum! This will be a yearly campaign to bring increased scrutiny into the dangers of food allergies, rally together for increased education programs on how to prevent and respond to anaphylaxis, and most importantly more research into finding a remedy to this life-threatening condition.