Get Involved!


We invite you to get involved with the Allergy & Asthma Network.

If you are just learning about the Network or just getting started in managing allergies or asthma, be sure to stay connected to stay informed and get valuable free information to help you and your family.

If you’d like to get involved in other ways or meet other Network supporters, you can attend our online and local events, share your story; become a Network advocate; raise awareness or volunteer.

If you’d like to support our mission, you can donate or fundraise to save lives and improve the quality of life for adults and children with asthma and allergies.

Raise awareness

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Read our updates. Share our messages. Join the conversations.

Stay connected

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Sign up to get our monthly news and tips straight to your inbox

Attend a Network event

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Join us at one of our local or online events.


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When you fundraise for the Allergy & Asthma Network, you support life-saving efforts of education, advocacy, research and outreach to the millions of Americans with asthma and allergies.

You’re helping to save lives with your donation or fundraiser.

Share your story

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Work with us to tell your story. Share your story with other people living with asthma and allergies to let them know that they are not alone. You can also share your story to help advocate for change, as well as media opportunities


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Volunteers are such an important part of the Allergy & Asthma Network. They make a huge impact on our work, and we are so grateful for their contributions. Find out more about volunteer opportunities and how to volunteer today.

Support Legislation

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Stay up to date on the latest advocacy issues. Use our online advocacy center to contact your congressional representatives and learn about key advocacy issues.

Become an advocate

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Patients are experts in living with asthma and allergies. Use your voice as a patient expert to share your story, your insights and your opinions to help others. Advocate for changes in laws, influence others in your personal networks, or improve drug or product development.

Find a Study

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The patient’s voice is needed in all aspects of research. Patients and caregivers are invited to learn more about being involved in research. 

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Why donate to Allergy & Asthma Network?

Your charitable gift will help us continue providing services to millions of children, teens and adults living with allergies, asthma and related conditions across the country, especially those living in at-risk and vulnerable communities.

Your donation will help us continue expanding our core mission areas of outreach, education, advocacy and research.


To host allergy and asthma screenings; participate in health fairs, community events and asthma camps; distribute free educational material to families in need; offer a prescription assistance program to help with medication costs; and provide toll-free help-line (English and Spanish) to answer questions and provide resources.


To continue developing diverse, evidence-based programs and resources for patients and healthcare providers using a multichannel approach – magazines, special publications, social media, website, posters, infographics, webinars – with the goal of educating patients so they know their options and can access the right treatment at the right time.


To raise public awareness about allergies, asthma and related conditions and educate policymakers about the importance of smart and effective policies and programs for millions of children, teens and adults without appropriate access to quality care. Each May, the Network hosts Allergy & Asthma Day Capitol Hill (AADCH) to amplify the patient voice, building capacity and make connections in communities nationwide.


To engage patients in research and development is critical to innovation and greater understanding of asthma and allergies. Allergy & Asthma Network partners with researchers and does its own research on issues important to patients and families. Using data, the Network serves as their voice and is able to articulate needs in an influential way with doctors, decision makers and industry professionals.