Who Gives A Fork?!


GIVE A FORK  |  CREATE A LEGACY

Life Without A Fork is excited to announce it’s, “Give A Fork, Create A Legacy,” initiative! |

We welcome you to leave your imprint on idiopathic angioedema, #The80Percent, and mast cell activation disorders, in a most unique and charitable of ways. By purchasing an individualized and personalized fork we offer you the opportunity to commemorate events in the lives of sufferers of these potentially fatal diseases and family members, friends and survivors themselves are encouraged to show their love and compassion for someone for whom they care and absolutely for themselves!

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Our forks are unique in that they are designed to symbolize longevity and the greatest of health. Our lives are unique in that we are designed to live #TheSwellLife. 

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Buy a fork to be personalized just for the individual for whom you are celebrating. Forks will be hung on our, “Give A Fork,” wall. Celebrate life events such as promotions, graduations, swell-free moments, and other milestones. Add your memorials. Upon purchase you will receive an email confirmation with the option to submit up to two names, to be transcribed on the fork.

 

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Fork Costs: $50.00 ~ CLICK ON LINK TO PURCHASE~


For questions regarding the #GiveAForkProgram, please contact us in the comments section, below.

Please~ CLICK ON ANY OF THE ACTIVE LINKS to order your FORKS, today! Allow 4-6 weeks for inscription, placement and other processing.

Upon purchase you will receive an email confirmation with the option to submit up to two names, to be transcribed on the fork. 

Please be sure to include the name(s) of the people for whom you’d like to commemorate. Forks may hold up to two-worded names on each side.

Be sure to check spelling of each name to be imprinted on the fork.

We will contact and send you a photograph when your fork has been hung in celebration, honor and/or memorial of your loved ones diagnosed with idiopathic angioedema.

Part of all proceeds will be used for ongoing research as well as to help feed others who have idiopathic angioedema snd mast cell activation syndromes, extreme food limitations, and are unable to afford to purchase, “safer,” foods for themselves.



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“Co-creators of the universe and futurists in their unique and respective visions, Vanessa Williams and Katya Williams are, “compelled to help grow the collective’s ability to self-develop mentally, physically, emotionally and spiritually, to completely transform as human beings, and initiate what’s new in the now!”


To help keep our global outreach efforts free we ask that you donate to our ongoing fundraising campaign and most sincerely hope that your swells will forever be minimal at most.

“DONATE NOW AND SUPPORT LIFE WITHOUT A FORK’S ONGOING OUTREACH INITIATIVES TO CURE #IDIOPATHICANGIOEDEMA!! MAKE HISTORY WITH US AND HELP CURE IA TODAY! WE TRULY APPRECIATE YOU!” #THE80PERCENT

Life Without A Fork Is A Not-for-Profit | 501(c)(3) | Corporation

As always, we appreciate your ongoing support.


Disclaimer: Our page is a community service to our users. The information provided on this site is meant for informational purposes only. LifeWithoutAFork.com, Inc., The Idiopathic Angioedema Global Advocacy Group, and its employees and affiliates are not responsible for the accuracy of any information herein contained. You are encouraged to validate any information we provide with proper professional consultation.

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