For the celiac disease community, the greatest gift of all this season is to assure full recognition of celiac disease by the medical community with rapid diagnosis and treatment for the 2.5 million Americans still undiagnosed. CDF provides hope and help to people with celiac disease and gluten sensitivity and their loved ones. By investing […]
Make A Gift Today Your tax-deductible donation will drive diagnosis, treatment and a cure for celiac disease 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 […]
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Celiac Disease Foundation has launched a Marketplace Blogger Project and we want you to be a part of it! The CDF Gluten-Free Allergy-Free Marketplace is a new retail destination hosted on celiac.org that showcases products and services from companies that care about the gluten-free and allergy-free community, and have made a deep commitment to supporting CDF’s […]
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, […]
CDF Support Group Philosophy People with celiac disease and other gluten-related disorders often feel alone with their disease and the everyday struggles that the disease brings to their lives, especially during meal times. The philosophy of CDF support groups is to provide a warm and caring environment where people with celiac disease and other gluten-related […]
Listen to CEO Marilyn Geller’s story with her son Henry: