Ten people a day die from asthma and 750 die each year from severe allergic reactions. This is heartbreaking – and it doesn’t have to be this way.

This year we set an ambitious goal: ZERO preventable deaths due to asthma, severe allergies, COVID-19 and related conditions by the year 2030.

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Your support will help us reach our goal!

Here’s how…

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Lung health screenings, vaccinations and patient education in underserved communities

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Patient education programs and partnerships with healthcare professionals who directly serve patients

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Passage of federal, state and local laws that expand access to care and support community access to emergency medications

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Support for research that leads to new or improved treatments – and possibly a cure

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“Asthma is controllable. There is no reason for any of us to die of an asthma attack. All of us together, we can do better.”

  • Laonis Gooden, RN, AE-C, at the 2021 USAsthma Summit

Laonis is a tireless advocate for asthma education. Her son, Anthony J. Chapman, tragically passed away from an asthma attack in 2007 at the age of 23. She continues to help raise awareness of the harmful impact that asthma disparities have had on communities of color.

Help Us Save Lives

Public and private funding does not support all of our programs.
Your personal donation plays a critical part in filling this gap.

Will you join us in our fight to save lives?

All donations are 100% tax deductible.

Please share our campaign with your family and friends!

Let’s Breathe Better Together

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