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Donate To The Feingold Association

 

Your caring support of FAUS will make a great difference in the lives of thousands of families.  Every gift helps us continue our work to generate public awareness on the effects of food additives on our behavior, learning and health.  We hope that you will continue to partner with us in our commitment to help!

FAUS is a non-profit charitable organization with 501(c)(3) tax exempt status in the United States.  Your contribution is fully deductible to the extent allowed by law. U.S. tax-exempt number: 112478952

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By Mail

Just fill out the form, and send your check, made payable to “FAUS,” to the address on the form. It’s old fashioned, and requires a stamp, but it gets here.

United Way

Some agencies have the option to allow their members to designate part or all of their donation to a charity of their choice, even if it is not on their list.

Amazon Book Store

Buy books in our store and a percentage of the proceeds go to the Feingold Association. We have books on improving your environment, cooking, and more.

Amazon Smile

Support us every time you shop on Amazon! Select Feingold Association as your charity. Amazon will donate .05% of your purchase total to FAUS.

About Your Donations

Together, there is no limit to what we can do. With every dollar we raise, we can enhance the lives of children, one family at a time. You can decide where and how your dontation is used. Your donation can be directed to general outreach, food or scientific research, or financial aid to help the underserved communities.

This website is for educational purposes only. Neither a diagnosis nor a prescription is required in order to implement the Feingold Diet as a healthy choice. This information is not intended, however, to replace competent medical diagnosis. The Feingold® Association does not endorse, approve or assume responsibility for any product, brand, method or treatment. The presence (or absence) of a product on a Feingold Foodlist, or the discussion of a method or treatment does not constitute approval (or disapproval). The Foodlists are based primarily upon information supplied by manufacturers and are not based upon independent testing.