Virtual Gala 2020

Thank you for your support!

Many thanks to all of you who joined our Virtual Gala & Silent Auction last night. Celebrating the work and impact of our honorees, Jared Saiontz with the Ruth T. Cornell award and Dr. Shahzad Mustafa with the John J. Condemi award was a great honor for us and we're very happy to share it with you.  If you were unable to join us, enjoy the video above. You can also find it on our Facebook page and Youtube channel.

The silent auction and opportunity to donate will be open until October 30. Support local Monroe County businesses by having a look at their generous offerings.  We're at 64% of our goal. With your help, we can maintain the momentem to reach our goal to continue the work of helping our friends and family in New York State manage their life threatening allergies.

Register for the auction here.Check the video below for more information on how to register for the silent auction! 

Help Us Meet Our Goals! You Have Until October 30th.

Thanks to you we have great momentum for our October 30th cut off date. Support the generosity of local Monroe County businesses by bidding on their offerings.

How to Use the Gala Auction App!

Register First! Then Watch this Video to Learn to Use the App!

More Info on the Gala Home Page

Memo to Albany: We’re Baaack!

Albany, New York State LegislatureWith an attitude of never giving up when it comes to anaphylaxis, epinephrine and New York State schools, the Allergy Advocacy Association will participate in a legislative action event in Albany scheduled for TUESDAY, MAY 6TH. The overall theme will be:


We will set up our exhibit booth in the concourse early in the day and pass out flyers to any passers-by. There will be a press conference at 11:30am to support bill #NYS A0779 the so-called ‘nurse authorized stock epi’ bill sponsored by Assemblyman Tom Abinanti. During the afternoon we will schedule meetings with as many lawmakers as possible to discuss all bills currently pending in the legislature intended to help protect the lives of children afflicted with life-threatening allergies. We hope this will be the year to finally get legislation passed to improve access to epinephrine in all school districts large or small, rural or urban.

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