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Weʼre raising £2,000 to help support children with food allergies.

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Archie is a 6 year old boy with potentially fatal food and animal allergies. We have encountered some unfortunate events where his school has excluded Archie from over 5 educational activities because of the allergies he has and the attitude of ‘he has to live with missing out, as its a part of life, it’s something as a family you need to get used to’.

From one human being to another this attitude is unacceptable.

Archie‘s Allergies want to take this negativity and ignorance and turn it into a positive by helping to educate and support schools, youth clubs, the community and anywhere that needs help in knowing more about food allergies in children. We want to make sure they can accommodate children with ease and be aware of the potential life threatening danger of coming into contact with which ever allergy a child is allergic to.

No child regardless of medical condition should be excluded or expected to understand that because of their allergies to be excluded from an activity. There is always an alternative option where every child can still enjoy what ever activity it may be, safely with their friends.

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      We want to support schools & educate them & the children on how they can be more aware and understand their friends potentially deadly food allergy/allergies in a way everyone can get involved with. More resources are needed to help schools with children suffering from allergies.

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