Archie's Allergies was set up in early 2019 by a mother of a child with life threatening food allergies.

As the founder of Archie’s Allergies, I know all too well how difficult it is to have a child with food allergies and how everyday things aren't as easily done as it is for others.

Once it was confirmed Archie had his allergies at 4 years old I wasn’t offered any support on how to manage his food allergies or anywhere I could turn when I felt I was the only one going through this with my son. Everything I’ve done for Archie has been out of passion to represent him as an equal in today’s society. 

We want to improve local services on a national level and our vision is to see families living with food allergies rise above the stigma allergies has attached with it, to move forward and lead happy, more positive, less worrying, allergy free lives to their full potential.

Charlotte –  Archie's Mum, Founder & CEO of Archie’s Allergies.

Archie's Allergies knows that our strength lies not only in the words we stand by, but most importantly through the actions of our initiatives. We quickly realised by working together we could overcome our challenges much more efficiently, and that is why we ultimately decided to launch Archie's Allergies. 

Change often happens after tragedy, but Archie's Allergies stands for preventing allergic reactions.


Making A Difference



Making Allergies Easier To Talk About

With our organization’s mission always in mind, we strive to find new ways for dealing with this challenge. Offering Allergy Aware Products is something we take very seriously and our team is working everyday to make a positive impact  for children with allergies.


Reinforcing our Commitment

Archie's Allergies is in the business of changing lives. The work we do at our Non-Profit Organisation is aimed at providing support to families dealing with food allergies and reinventing the approach at solving some of our societies biggest challenges. We make sure we are empowering by creating opportunities for individuals and communities.