Team Gluten-Free

How to Join, Get Started, Donate to a Fundraiser!

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Ways to Get Involved:  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. Join a Team : Find an already scheduled event to join in your area Join as an Individual: Use your interests and […]

What is Team Gluten-Free?

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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, […]

Find a Team Gluten-Free Event

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Ongoing Events Cuisine Cube When you shop at Cuisine Cube, using Team Gluten Free’s unique discount code- CDF5OFF, you’ll also be donating to Celiac Disease Foundation! Every sale earns us $10.00 plus you get $5.00 off any subscription length. Purchase your box today at cuisinecube.com  or visit Cuisine Cube’s Team Gluten Free Page to read more! The […]

Event Ideas

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Anything you love to do can be turned into a fundraiser. Some popular ideas are: Golf Outings Host a Party Benefit Dinners Galas Run/Walk in a Marathon or 5k Have a Pancake Breakfast Participate in a Cycling Event Need some inspiration? Here are some examples of how our Team-Gluten Free members are making a difference: […]

2015 TCS NYC Marathon

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This year’s TCS NYC Marathon will take place November 1, 2015. We invite you to run with us! Team Gluten-Free runners from across the country will travel to New York to run the 26.2 miles together with one common goal: to increase the rate of diagnosis of celiac disease! By running with Team Gluten-Free, you […]

Week Without Wheat Challenge

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 It is easy to raise awareness and funds for medical research for celiac disease.  Started as a May Celiac Disease Awareness challenge and now continuing year round, the Week Without Wheat (Barley and Rye) Challenge gives non-athletes an opportunity to tackle a challenge from the comfort of their own home.  Pledge to support a loved […]