Food Allergy Canada is a nationally registered charity committed to educating, supporting, and advocating for the more than 3 million Canadians impacted by food allergy.
MARCH 2021
Join us on Facebook on March 24th at 12pm EST for a review on how to use epinephrine auto-injectors with Dr. Julia Upton. RSVP now.

Attend our webinar on April 29th at 12pm EST with Dr. Anne Ellis to learn about oral allergy syndrome/pollen-food syndrome. Register now. 
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Calling kids ages 7-15! Join us for our free 8-week online mentorship program this Spring. The program will run from April 24 to June 12, 2021. Learn about the program's benefits and register now.
Get credible and informative answers to your COVID-19 vaccine questions from experts. Watch our webinar recording.

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Learn about our awards/grants and apply or nominate others now. Submissions closing soon! Read more.

Even though we're in a pandemic, there are still many ways to have fun and connect with others. Check out our resources.

Our ED Jennifer participated in the panel and spoke on patient impacts of past epinephrine auto-injector shortages. Read the event summary or watch the full event.
Read an update on our advocacy with government and stay tuned to learn how you can continue to help #MakeFoodAllergyCount.
Check out our mythbuster: Is age a risk factor for food-related anaphylaxis? Find out now.

How to use epinephrine auto-injectors for treating anaphylaxis with Dr. Julia Upton. RSVP now!
Understanding oral allergy syndrome / pollen-food syndrome with Dr. Anne Ellis.
Learn about the benefits of the free online program and register your 7-to-15-year today. Spring session begins April 24th. Sign up now!

Attend our free 90-minute interactive webinar with a trained parent mentor. Next session is Saturday, March 6th and Friday, March 12th. Register now.
Watch our videos to get the facts on managing food allergy during the pandemic, including answers to your questions on the vaccines and the early introduction of allergens. 
Find a support group and connect with one virtually. Plus, learn about the co-leaders of the newly formed Saskatchewan Anaphylaxis Support Group.

This month, Dr. Upton answers your questions about the safety of certain products if you have a soy allergy.

Do you have a question you would like to ask Dr. Upton in the months to come? Send it to us at
As a small charity, your generous donations allow us to continue advocating for change, like making food allergy a priority with the federal government through our National Food Allergy Action Plan. Find out the different ways you can support our advocacy initiatives below and donate today.

Plus, read our Impact report to discover the other ways your donations make an impact. Your support makes a huge difference!
With the COVID-19 pandemic, funding has become unstable for the coming years, making your support even more important. Learn the many ways your donation will make a difference.

All donations $20 and above receive a tax receipt.
Make an ongoing impact.

Select “Monthly Gift” on the online donation form and enter the amount you want to donate. Or call us at 1 866 785-5660.
Plan today to make a difference tomorrow. Consider Food Allergy Canada as a beneficiary when you are updating your will, or your life insurance coverage.
Your support tells your employees and your customers that you care. Check out the different ways your workplace can get involved.
Celebrate virtually while supporting our cause! Plan your next birthday or milestone event virtually at ECHOage, a free online party-planning service that helps charities in North America. Their activities and entertainers are perfect for your social distancing events or virtual parties.

In honour of your birthday or event, ask your friends and family to donate to Food Allergy Canada. Now more than ever, small charities like ours rely on your generous donations to continue our important work now and well into the future.