About AAFA

How Can I Contact AAFA?

Contact AAFA Online

If you would like a free kit of information, you can browse our online store for free materials about asthma and allergies.

If you have questions, you can join one of our online communities for asthma and allergy support or food allergy support to connect with other community members, volunteers or staff at any time of day.

To connect with our support staff, you can fill out this form to send us an email and we will reply within 2-3 business days.

You may also submit questions to our Ask the Allergist service. Please note that we cannot provide medical advice and our services and information should not substitute seeking medical care.

Toll-Free Hotline

Need information about asthma and allergies? Call our toll-free number for more information:

1-800-7-ASTHMA (1-800-727-8462) 1-800-7-ASTHMA (1-800-727-8462)

Available Monday - Friday, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. ET  

Donate to AAFA

AAFA relies on generous donations from individuals like you. Donate online or mail us your gift. You may even donate in honor of, or in the memory of, a loved one. You may also donate to AAFA each year through the United Way and the Combined Federal Campaign.

Write to AAFA

Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America
1235 South Clark Street
Suite 305
Arlington, VA 22202

Press Contacts: Speak with Experts

AAFA can connect you to information and resources you need for your story. To speak with an asthma or allergy expert, contact media@aafa.org or 202-974-1223 202-974-1223

Speak with Patients: AAFA can put you in touch with adult and pediatric patients, caregivers, asthma educators and support group leaders.

Speak with Doctors: For more in-depth quotes and interviews, AAFA can connect you with leading clinicians and other health care experts.

Speak with Researchers: AAFA’s national Medical Scientific Council contains some of the most respected thought leaders. This group include MDs, PhDs, MPHs and other health experts with top credentials who support AAFA.

Speak with Other Experts:  AAFA’s senior staff and board of directors includes experts on asthma and allergy issues, public health communications, research, national health policy, patient advocacy and more.