We’re excited to announce that Anaphylaxis UK will be taking part in the UK’s biggest match-funded campaign – the Big Give’s Christmas Challenge 2023!
Big Give runs match-funded campaigns for charities and special causes at key moments across the year. By connecting charities to match funders (like philanthropists, foundations or corporates) and the public, Big Give helps them double their donations. And, in doing so, makes an extraordinary difference to the world’s biggest challenges. It has raised more than £236m for charities, to date.
With hospital admissions due to allergies and anaphylaxis nearly doubling in the past 20 years, Anaphylaxis UK is needed more than ever.
Anaphylaxis UK is the only UK charity operating solely for the growing numbers of people at risk of serious allergic reactions and anaphylaxis. For 30 years, we’ve been striving for a brighter future and provide support for individuals, health professionals, the food industry and education settings.
Our Christmas Challenge – “Brighter futures for people with serious allergies” – aims to raise £10,000 to continue providing evidence-based information, training, and unwavering emotional support to the increasing number of people who turn to us.
From midday 28 November to midday 5 December 2023, donations to our Big Give campaign page will be generously matched by our supporters and Big Give Champion, The Hospital Saturday Fund.
A £50 donation can provide a reassuring and informative call with our Helpline team for 5 parents of children with allergies. During the Big Give Christmas Challenge, this donation turns into £100 and, in doing so, will support 10 parents! See your donation – and your difference – double.
Please support our Christmas Challenge between 28 November and 5 December to help us reach our £10,000 goal. Together, we are creating a brighter future for people living with serious allergies.
One donation, twice the impact. Thank you.
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