The First Annual “Fight for FPIES” Benefit[Audio]
There is going to be a benefit for the first annual “Fight for FPIES” on June 29th in Jackson with The Karate Dojo and The International Association for Food Protein Enterocolitis (IAFFOPE). And proceeds will benefit patients and families affected by Food Protein Induced Enterocolitis Syndrome (FPIES).
Food Protein Induced Enterocoloitis Syndrome (FPIES) is a rare food allergy of the gastrointestinal system that causes severe symptoms of profuse vomiting and bloody stools once exposed to a trigger food. Symptoms may be so severe, that the child will experience hypovolemic shock from extreme dehydration and fluid loss. The IAFFPE is the only international organization in the world who is raising funds for research, advocacy, education and support of these brave patients and families.
When FPIES affected her now 4 year old son Landon, local NJ Mom Fallon Schultz founded this organization to create pathways to a cure. The IAFFPE is now governed by an international medical advisory board of medical experts who are the leaders in research and clinical management of the disease.
For more information please visit: www.iaffpe.org
“Fight for FPIES” Benefit, Picnic Feast and Gift Auction
Saturday June 29th, 2013
Jackson Crossing Plaza
21 S. Hope Chapel Road
Jackson, NJ 08527
The Day begins with The Karate Dojo
Kick-a-thon 10am – 11am
Self Defense Seminar 11am – 1pm $25
Health and Wellness Seminar 1pm – 2pm $15
Zumba 2pm – 3pm $15 per person
Yoga 3pm – 4pm $15 per person
Then on that same day….Picnic & Gift Auction
Hall at Jackson Crossing Plaza (21 S. Hope Chapel Road, Jackson, NJ)
The Karate Dojo presents “Chefs Around the World” dinner and dancing gala featuring the culinary talents of Chef Mike’s ABG, Local urban Kitchen, Good Stuff Catering, 21 South, Metropolitan Cafe, Surf Taco and Much More!
5 – 9 pm
$50 per person
Kids: 5 and Under FREE
5 and Up $15 per child
Delicious food, wine and beer sampling, dancing and music.
Gift Auction 7:00 – 9:00
For more information or to RSVP call Robin @ the Karate Dojo 732 – 367 – 3656
or email masteralders@tkdojo
We spoke to Landon’s Mom and Chef Mike on the Ocean County Breakfast Show and she told us all about this and is very excited about the big event on the 29th: