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07/19/2016
...The Oley Foundation has an Equipment/Supply Exchange Program to connect families who have items to donate with families in need of enteral formula, pumps, tubing and other supplies. Note that items are for donation only and there may be costs associated with shipping the formula. In general, it is the responsibility of the individual receiving the formula to pay for the shipping costs. The Parker Lee Project This is another organization, based in Texas, that...
12/15/2015
We’ve written before about recycling Neocate cans as well as recycling Neocate lids and scoops. We’ve also shared some ideas for getting creative with Neocate cans in arts and crafts. But have you ever considered “upcycling” Neocate cans at the holidays? We got this idea from an EoE family that we met at the annual APFED patient conference. They told us that money was tight one year, so they found ways to reuse...
03/15/2017
...Oi! Bem-vindo a São Paulo, Brasil! Hi! Welcome to São Paulo, Brazil! We have now walked a total of 16.874.240 steps since we started.With the successful completion of phase 1 we have also unlocked the first $2.500 donation to CMNuA from Nutricia! On top of that we have continued to see donations come in from other sources, which is great! Thank you all for sharing the word! Week 3 Update (March 29 – April 4)...
05/03/2016
...make sure to: State why you are doing this: to raise money and awareness for FPIES and for National FPIES Awareness Day on May 4th. Name who you are honoring with this challenge. Refer to fpies.org to learn more about FPIES. Make a donation to help fund initiatives that make a difference in the lives of FPIES patients and families. Get family, friends and others involved! Nominate 4 more people to complete the challenge in...
01/24/2012
Over the past few weeks, we’ve provided you with tips for recycling or reusing your metal Neocate cans. But what about the accessories: the lids and the scoops? In our recent recycling blog, we mentioned that the lids from Neocate (and Duocal!) cans can be recycled. This might vary, though, based on where you live. To be sure you can recycle the lids, check with your local municipality or curbside recycling pickup company....
   
 
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