Celiac Disease Foundation drives early diagnosis and treatment of celiac disease through advocacy, education and advancing research to improve the quality of life for all people affected by gluten-related disorders. Team Gluten-Free is the community fundraising program that directly supports Celia Disease Foundation. With an estimated 3 million people in the US affected by Celiac disease, there is a critical need to raise awareness and funds. You can plan an active role. Learn more about Team Gluten-Free and become a member today.
May is Celiac Disease Awareness Month Join the Team Gluten-Free Week Without Wheat (Barley and Rye) Challenge. It’s easy to raise awareness. Take the pledge to live gluten-free for at least one week, and raise $100 in the fight against celiac disease. Use our 7 Day Gluten-Free Meal Plan or go it on your own. Already […]
Are you interested in raising funds to support the Celiac Disease Foundation? Our new and improved community fundraising program, Team Gluten-Free, is designed to make that possible — and easy. The “Join Now” link at the bottom of the screen will take you through a multi-step process to select your registration type, create a username and […]
Last week, we brought you up to speed on the new and improved Team Gluten-Free, and gave you tips on registering for your own fundraising page. With that underway, it’s time to start thinking about how you’ll fundraise. What type of fundraiser will you host? The best part: There are no wrong answers.
By now, you’ve registered for Team Gluten-Free (if not, do so here), and decided how you’re going to raise funds and awareness for the Celiac Disease Foundation (if not check out last week’s TGF tip). Whether you’ve chosen to participate in an athletic event or plan your own unique fundraiser, it’s important to stay organized and have fun. Below you’ll find everything to need to get started on the right foot.
For the last few weeks, we’ve been helping you ramp up on your fundraising and event planning efforts with tips on how to get started as a member of Team Gluten-Free. Now it’s time to hear from a member about his experience at the LA Rock n Roll Half-Marathon last year.