Donate to Airborne Allergy Action

Donations to Airborne Allergy Action go towards getting clean air into homes and schools and showing people how to improve their health by avoiding airborne triggers for asthma and other illnesses alongside their medication.


“I am an adult and have been suffering with asthma all my life and blocked sinuses for the last 20 years.  Airborne Allergy Action’s recommendations have been a real eye opener on making those small changes in the house.  I no longer have blocked sinuses and my asthma is much better controlled.”

Marsha – Greenwich, South East London

‘My son has suffered from severe grass pollen and house dust mite allergy and I was very fortunate to bump into Catherine from Airborne Allergy Action who advised how to manage dust mites in the home setting by making correct choices.  Our lives began to transform from that time.  She also made us aware of different allergenic trees and what they looked like.  It was a complete new learning process for life which helped him with his allergic rhinitis which is mild now”

Deepa – Oxfordshire

“I’m happy to report that my daughter still hasn’t had any repeats of tonsillitis since I’ve implemented all the dust mite advice you gave me.”

Simone – Canberra, Australia

“My son has laryngomalacia and asthma.  We were ending up in A&E every 4-5 weeks.  We started following advice on triggers from Airborne Allergy Action. We saw a massive improvement with significantly lower admissions”
Sara-Jane – Wiltshire

“My son has suffered with asthma since 6 weeks old.  When he was aged 8, we followed Airborne Allergy Action recommendations and immediately started to see changes and less school days missed.”
Vicki – Charlton, South East London

“Advice from Catherine at Airborne Allergy Action meant our son went from barely sleeping for six months of the year due to his extreme asthma, to living a normal life with a good night’s sleep.  We will forever be grateful for the time and effort put in to helping us find triggers and making recommendations to ensure we could combat the triggers effectively.”
Lianne – Manchester