This summer marks 6 years since we lost our Sunshine Girl, Natalie. Her light continues to shine and continues to make a difference. With support of family and friends, her legacy has grown.
The Sacramento PBS station, KVIE, and their remarkable producer, Joyce Mitchell, has produced a documentary on food allergies. It is both tragic and hopeful as it covers many aspects of food allergies and the reality of living with food allergies. “Food for Thought: Food Allergies” is available here:
Our California Assemblymember, Rebecca Bauer-Kahan, has authored AB1532–The Natalie Giorgi Sunshine Act. It would require food allergy and cross contamination training for ALL food handlers in ALL food facilities, including camps. We are so grateful to her for spearheading this bill for all Californians. It has progressed through the Assembly and is being considered in the Senate (May 2019).
Together, we will make a difference. Together, we will make it easier and safer for others.