Get Help Paying for Eczema Expo

We offer two ways to defray the costs associated with attending the in-person Expo.

Get Help Paying for Eczema Expo

Every year, the National Eczema Association (NEA) offers two ways to help eczema patients and caregivers cover the associated costs of traveling to and attending Eczema Expo. NEA wants to help open up Expo, the largest annual gathering of the eczema community, to everyone regardless of their financial situation. Learn more about the ways you can try to get financial support.

1. The Carolyn and Tom Reese Scholarship Fund

NEA will award a limited number of need-based scholarships to reimburse costs of Expo registration, hotel and/or travel. Learn more. The scholarship application period is now closed.

2. Expo Fundraising

Prospective Expo attendees can engage in peer-to-peer fundraising to raise money for NEA, while also raising money for their own Expo registration, travel and hotel costs. Expo attendees are invited to fundraise by signing up for NEA’s Itching for a Cure (IFAC) campaign to earn Expo-related benefits including free registration, hotel nights and travel reimbursement. IFAC allows you to fundraise on a secure platform by sharing your story or even hosting your own fundraising event! Bonus: The funds you raise through IFAC will support NEA’s Research Fund, getting us closer to a world without eczema.

Start your IFAC fundraising campaign.


If you have any questions about scholarships or fundraising for Expo, please contact

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You can help people attend Eczema Expo by contributing to The Carolyn and Tom Reese Scholarship Fund! Donate today!

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