Advocate on behalf of the Celiac Disease Foundation in your community. Take advantage of Celiac Disease Foundation’s advocacy tips, ideas and resources to be the best possible advocate for the celiac disease community.
Celiac Disease Foundation has joined the Giving Tuesday Movement! Much like Black Friday is a National Day of Shopping, Giving Tuesday (the Tuesday after Thanksgiving) is the National Day for Giving! Giving Tuesday is on December 2nd, and is mostly run through a social media movement. As part of our participation in Giving Tuesday 2014, […]
TCS New York City Marathon November 2, 2014 Meet the six CDF Runners, and help them reach their donation goals by clicking here. Rock ‘N’ Roll Half Marathon – San Antonio, TX December 2, 2014 Join Amy and her husband Brannon and run with Team Run Rock N Roll by clicking here. […]
What is Celiac Disease Foundation U? Celiac Disease Foundation U is a nationwide college chapter program dedicated to fostering a supportive community for students, faculty and alumni affected by celiac disease and other gluten-related sensitivities. Our goal is to provide an opportunity for colleagues to connect and share not only their favorite restaurants and products, […]
Thank you to all attendees, sponsors, exhibitors and volunteers who were part of the 2014 National Conference & Gluten-Free EXPO! Click Here for a Recap of the 2014 National Conference & Gluten-Free EXPO
Help Others By Sharing Your Story Do you or someone you know have an amazing story about how support from CDF has changed your life after diagnosis? We would love to hear it! You could be featured in our INSIGHT Magazine or e-Newsletter. Celiac disease affects 1 in 100 in the U.S., yet 83% don’t […]
Make A Donation Your tax-deductible donation will drive diagnosis of celiac disease and other gluten-related disorders through programs for advocacy, education and advancing research. Donate Today Give a Tribute Gift Honor or memorialize a loved one by giving a gift in their name. Give A Gift Today Resnick Family Gluten-Related Conditions Youth Support Group Initiative […]