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Where your money goes

We ensure that a maximum amount of money goes to our programming and advocacy to benefit millions of Canadians with food allergy.

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Our commitment to making a real impact

Food Allergy Canada is committed to educating, supporting, and advocating for the more than 3 million Canadians impacted by food allergy. We focus on improving daily quality of life by providing education and support needed to effectively navigate this medical condition, building informed and supportive communities, and acting as the national voice on key patient issues.

Impact report

Food Allergy Canada Impact Report

In this report, you’ll learn about our key milestones, hear from our Executive Director and Board Chair, and get inspired by parents and others as they share how this organization has made a difference.

Plus, take a look at the various initiatives we are focused on over the next five years and find out where your money goes.


Dollars driving impact: Our finances

Our finances: 2019

Finances based on 2019 revenue and expenses.

Programs Expenditure Ratio

Food Allergy Canada is committed to keeping administrative costs low and educational and support programming along with key stakeholder engagement high, enabling us to advocate effectively.

The costs of fundraising and operations are at an average of 20 cents of each dollar raised, with the remaining 80 cents of every dollar going towards programming and awareness/engagement initiatives benefitting over 3 million Canadians affected by food allergy and their families.

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Support Food Allergy Canada today

We are reliant on your generous contributions to be able to continue our sustainable educational programming, advocate for change, and provide life-changing support. 

Help #MakeFoodAllergyCount. Your donations are even more important now and keeps us sustainable during this time.