Sweet Caroline Foundation

Helping to create a safer environment for those living with food allergies

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Helping to create a safer environment for those living with food allergies

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The Sweet Caroline Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting awareness of allergies and anaphylaxis, in loving memory of Caroline Lorette. Link to About Us

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The Sweet Caroline Foundation has several events coming up. Visit the events page for events we are hosting as well as those hosted by our supporters. Link to Events

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Sweet Caroline Foundation

The Sweet Caroline Foundation was started in remembrance of Caroline Lorette, who tragically passed away at the age of 14 after having an allergic reaction to dairy. The Foundation is dedicated to promoting allergy awareness, and offers allergy education programming for schools and organizations, as well as a scholarship awarded to students who develop and implement innovative ideas to bring awareness and education to students, adults and the general public. Six one-thousand dollar scholarships were awarded in June 2015 to six deserving applicants. It is our goal to spread the word about allergy awareness – educating staff and students in area schools, educating the public at wellness fairs and other events, and working toward having epinephrine available in public places. Caroline is with us every step of this journey. To find out more on how to apply for a scholarship please contact us.
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Sweet Caroline Foundation shared Food Allergy Canada's post.Friday, July 7th, 2017 at 6:42am
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Sweet Caroline FoundationSunday, July 2nd, 2017 at 11:32am
Thank you again Craig Lang for this beautiful song about Caroline. 💜
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The Way You Were - Craig Lang
In memory of Caroline Lorette. For information about the Sweet Caroline Foundation, visit: https://www.facebook.com/SweetCarolineFoundation
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Sweet Caroline Foundation added 3 new photos.Saturday, July 1st, 2017 at 6:01am
Today is Caroline's 17th birthday. We last celebrated with her on her 14th birthday 3 years ago. It was the day before she had an anaphylactic reaction on July 1st. We believe she is in heaven celebrating her birthday with lots of cake, but we miss her more and more with each passing day. 💜🎂💔 Happy Birthday Sweet Caroline.🎈
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Sweet Caroline Foundation added 4 new photos.Thursday, June 8th, 2017 at 1:35pm
A huge shoutout to St. Malachy's High, Rothesay High and Hampton High Schools for participating in the Sweet Caroline Scavenger Hunt Challenge during Food Allergy Awareness Month.

Congratulations to Hampton High School as they were the challenge winners, having had the highest percentage of student participation! Thank you! 💜💜💜
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Sweet Caroline Foundation shared their post.Thursday, May 25th, 2017 at 8:49pm
Deadline * must be postmarked by May 26, 2017 * Get your application in for Sweet Caroline Foundation Scholarship!
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Sweet Caroline Foundation shared Food Allergy Research & Education's video.Tuesday, May 16th, 2017 at 12:22pm
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Food Allergy Research & Education
Today's Food Allergy Awareness Action: View FARE's new "Food For Thought" video about media misrepresentations of food allergies. FARE’s new Food for Thought videos aim to counter misinformation and start a conversation about the serious nature of food allergy. Share with friends and family to spread awareness and stay tuned for more videos in the series.

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Resources

Anaphylaxis Canada

http://www.anaphylaxis.ca/
“Our mission is to inform, support, educate and advocate for the needs of individuals and families living with anaphylaxis and to support and participate in research.”

Allerject Canada

http://www.allerject.ca/
A site dedicated to the safe and effective use of Allerject®.

EpiPen Canada

http://www.epipen.ca/
“Whether you have severe allergies or just want to learn more, you’ll find a variety of information and resources on severe allergic reactions and the EpiPen® Auto-Injector.”