AAAAI Foundation
Funding research that leads to the prevention and cure of asthma and allergic and immunologic disease
Ways to Support

Regional, State and Local Societies (RSL) Challenge

What is the RSL Challenge?

The RSL Challenge is a friendly fundraising competition between the Regional, State and Local Societies where the Region that donates the most to the AAAAI Foundation in November of 2021 will receive free certification for a 2022 CME course and up to $1,500 in speaker fees.

Why join the RSL Challenge?

  • Because your Region can win free CME certification and fees for a speaker of your Region's choosing - that's up to $4,000 in value!
  • To support allergy and asthma research that leads to improved patient care.
  • To show off your regional pride - the winning Region will be highlighted at the upcoming 2022 AAAAI Annual Meeting and on the Foundation's website.

Challenge Outline

Every gift made in November of 2021 to the AAAAI Foundation can count toward the RSL Challenge. Gifts must be designated to a specific region at the time of donation. Online gifts can be designated using the drop-down box on the donation page. Check gifts can be designated with a note on the memo line or with the payment.

The RSL Board of Governors will review the donation tallies at the end of the year. The winning Region’s Governor will choose the specific society to earn the CME certification in March of 2022.

RSL Regions

Region 1, Northeast (CT, MA, ME, NH, NY, RI, VT)
Region 2, Mid-Atlantic (NJ, PA, DE, MD, VA, WV, OH and Washington, DC)
Region 3, Southeast (AL, FL KY, GA, NC, TN, SC)
Region 4, Midwest (IA, IN, IL, ND, NE, MI, MN, SD, WI)
Region 5, Mid-South (AR, KS, LA, MO, MS, OK, TX)
Region 6, Rocky Mountain (AK, AZ, CO, ID, MT, NM, NV, OR, WA, WY, UT)
Region 7, Western (CA and HI)


Looking for fundraising ideas? Download the 2021 RSL Challenge Toolkit.


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