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.

Pledge your support for food allergy awareness and education by shining a teal light!

Plus, get tips for celebrating safely during COVID-19, including parties with your social bubbles and trick-or-treating. Learn more.

Register now for webinars with leading experts: Understanding EoE on October 18th, and Plant-based food trends on November 18th. Don't miss out! Register now.

Ahead of Thanksgiving this weekend, take a moment to check our reminders on how to have a fun and safe celebration. Read more.

Find out how you can still #MakeFoodAllergy count with the federal government. Learn more.

Learn about a recent study showing the higher risk of peanut-related anaphylaxis during Halloween and Easter. Read more.

Has your child received virtual care during COVID-19? Participate in this important study.

Participate in a survey on the psychological health needs of living with food allergy and access to care.

Do trick-or-treat sized candies/chocolates always have the same ingredient list as the full-sized versions? Find out now.

Join us for a webinar on understanding EoE with pediatric gastroenterologist Dr. Vishal Avinashi and registered dietitian Kirstin Wingate. Register now.

Register now for a webinar on plant-based food trends and the impact to those with food allergy with Dr. Jennifer Protudjer.

Watch our videos to help you prepare for a fun and safe Thanksgiving/Halloween.

Next sessions are October 13th and 15th. Register to save your spot.

Find a support group and connect online!

This month, Dr. Upton answers your questions about the re-evaluation of a previously diagnosed food allergy.

Do you have a question you would like to ask Dr. Upton in the months to come? Send it to us at

This month, Mun answers your question on reducing anxiety and fear during OIT. 

Do you have a question you would like to ask Mun in the months to come? Send it to us at

Navigating get-togethers with food allergy can be tricky and take extra time. To help you with your menu planning, we've put together a list of allergy-friendly recipes from the community. Enjoy!

Help kids stay safe all year long by raising awareness and funds to support Food Allergy Canada. Discover these fun event ideas for your social bubble, including a “trunk-or-treat” or teal light craft party. Plus, check out how you can fundraise at school. 

As a small non-profit charity, we are reliant on your generous contributions to be able to continue our important work. Check out the different ways you can support us below and donate now
With this current crisis due to the COVID-19 pandemic, funding has become unstable for the coming years, making your support even more critical at this time. 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 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.

NEW! ECHOage has recently launched a series of new activities and entertainers for birthday parties – 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.