Tasmania Triggers Teal in 2020

Australia is all set to raise Food Allergy Awareness throughout May and will ‘Turn It Teal’ to shine a light on food allergies, which affect millions around the world.

This year, despite the COVID-19 Pandemic, we welcomed aboard Launceston, Tasmania, who was the first city to switch on the teal lights for 2020 and illuminated the stunning Launceston Town Hall from May 1st to May 4th, 2020.

This was the inaugural year for Tasmania to join the initiative and we thank all at Launceston City Council who helped to make this happen.

TURN IT TEAL was created by Cleveland, Ohio native Stephanie Lowe, who founded ‘Turn it Teal’ in 2014. The aim of which was to light as many prominent monuments and buildings as possible to highlight Food Allergy Awareness Month.
At TRIGGER Food Allergy Awareness we are proud to have helped to make the initiative global with the lighting of the Sydney Town Hall in 2017,
being the first building outside of North America to turn teal in support of Food Allergy Awareness, and have since lit Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth and now Tasmania.

For more information about this initiative please visit turnitteal.org or email us at info@triggerawareness.org – Thank you.

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