Moms Clean Air Force Play-In for Climate Action

The National Mall at 3rd Street NW and Madison Drive NW

On July 11, 2018, the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) will join Moms Clean Air Force at the National Mall in Washington, D.C., to support action against climate change. Instead of a sit-in, moms and their children will host their fifth annual Play-In for Climate Action. The family-friendly event will have kids’ activities, music and speakers. Learn why this is important for people with asthma.

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If you live near Washington, D.C., bring your family to the play-in and help us call for change. By coming together against climate change, we can work toward creating a better environment for those with allergies and asthma. We can work toward reducing asthma levels and not causing them to increase.

What: Play-In for Climate Action

When: July 11, 2018, 9-11 a.m.

Where: The National Mall at 3rd Street NW and Madison Drive NW

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Can't Attend in Person? You Can Still Get Involved

If you can’t attend the event, you can still show your support by joining our Thunderclap.

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National Mall, Washington, DC

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Hey folks,

For those in Anaheim, California, I just got this from EPA, which may be of interest:

Promoting Access to and Sustainable Financing of
In-Home Asthma Environmental Interventions

Wednesday, June 27, 2018
8:30 – 9:50 a.m. PDT
Avalon A – Hilton

Session presenters include

  • Tracy Washington Enger, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
  • Amanda Reddy, National Center for Healthy Housing
  • Clifford Mitchell, Maryland Department of Health
  • Ashley Fogarty, Rhode Island Department of Health
  • Eric Armbrecht, Missouri Asthma Prevention and Control Program
  • Anne Kelsey Lamb, Regional Asthma Management and Prevention

In this collaborative and interactive session, participants will hear about pathways to reimbursement for in-home asthma care; explore the opportunities and resources available at the federal, state and local levels to assist with attaining sustainable financing; and network and collaborate with a wide range of community-based program leaders to advance in-home environmental asthma interventions.

For more information on the importance of building systems to sustain home-based asthma services, click here.

If you are in Anaheim, do not miss this exciting session!
We look forward to working together to increase access to in-home asthma
environmental interventions in communities nationwide.

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