With your help Mast Cell Action aims to ensure that doctors across the UK have a greater awareness of this debilitating illness and will work to promote the development of more accurate and quicker diagnosis and treatment.
Our wellbeing projects have been created to help support people with MCAS and their families. Sharing ways to help look after your physical and mental health, and self management tools and strategies.
We promise that every penny we raise will go towards achieving our aims.
You can donate directly to Mast Cell Action here.
Our charity is entirely dependent on donations, with most of that income being raised in our annual fundraiser. Last year our fundraiser was named Put Your Best Foot Forward, and people took part in sponsored jumps, ascents of the stairs, and bake sales for the campaign
Chris, one of our founding Trustees has completed several walks of varying themes - including one with 28 different dogs in 28 different days!
Joy, our Head of Communications organised a sponsored walk in her local village - attended by all sorts of interesting legs including some inflatable animals!
Gawain and family walked the length of the Thames to raise funds and awareness for MCA.
Lily, aged 11, did 5000 bounces on her trampoline during lockdown. Well done Lily!
Anna and Alfie made 500 cards and sent them to care home residents during lockdown. What a fabulous way to put smiles on 500 faces and support Mast Cell Action at the same time! Thank you both for your support!
The Masons organised a sponsored cycle at their local Co-Op supermarket, collecting £250 of donations from shoppers! Brilliant idea, thank you!
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Mast Cell Action relies entirely on the generosity of people like you. Please make a donation now and together we can make a difference for sufferers of MCAS.