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Sayonara Sesame!

By November 15, 2018 No Comments

MB2 Family Comes Together for A Cause Close to Dr. V’s Heart

Meet Reagan, the daughter of our CEO and Founder. Reagan has food allergies to peanuts, tree nuts, and sesame. Every year, Dr. V and his family walk in the FARE (Food Allergy Research and Education) Heroes Walk at the Dallas Zoo to support food allergy research, education, advocacy, and awareness.  

This year, Dr. V brought his MB2 Family to join in supporting FARE and Reagan’s team “Sayonara Sesame”. Over 100 MB2 employees and their friends and family gathered at the Dallas Zoo Saturday morning in the cold, sporting their purple Sayonara Sesame team shirts. Altogether, Sayonara Sesame was able to raise over $3,100 for FARE. Supporters were able to support a great cause, as well as enjoy a private day at the Zoo with their family and friends.

“To have so many MB2 team members attend the walk was really touching. My daughter, Reagan, was thrilled to see so many people wearing the Sayonara Sesame team shirt with her face on it. It’s times like these that really prove that we have built a culture that extends far beyond the workplace here at MB2,” said Dr. V.

From the FARE Food Allergy Heroes Walk website:

“FARE’s food allergy walk has always been—and will always be—a safe place for kids and individuals with food allergies to come together as a community. Increasing our focus on fundraising will not diminish the hopeful community experience that means so much to so many. Rather, coming together as a group, united in our shared passion and driven by a common goal, will only further our bond.

Fundraising fuels research. Fundraising fuels education. Fundraising fuels programs and support. Fundraising is the vehicle of impact that will make this world a safer place for everyone affected by food allergies. It is through our fundraising efforts and our strength as a community that we will create the world in which we want to live.”

To learn more about FARE visit: https://www.foodallergy.org/

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