The Celiac Disease Foundation hosts and participates in several events across the country throughout the year to raise awareness and funds for celiac disease.


Check out our upcoming events and    from the Foundation to receive additional information.


Can’t attend our events? Join Team Gluten-Free to start an event in your own area!


February 27, 2020

National Celiac Disease Patient Advocacy Summit

Washington, DC

A group of celiac patients and caregivers from all 50 states will convene in Washington, DC to hear from researchers, federal government representatives, and celiac advocates for a National Patient Advocacy Summit to learn how to become Celiac Disease Foundation State Advocacy Ambassadors. State Advocacy Ambassadors will be provided with the tools, resources and training to return to their home states as effective advocates for celiac disease.

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March 6–7, 2020

Celiac disease now and the future

Celiac Disease Center at Columbia University

A scientific program which will update individuals on the latest research in the epidemiology, diagnosis, and management of celiac disease and other gluten-related disorders.

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June 13–14, 2020

CDF Gluten-Free EXPO

Pasadena, California

Sample the best gluten-free food options before they hit stores, leave with a bag full of goodies & coupons, and mingle with others in the gluten-free community. Register online now to avoid the lines and receive a discount!

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July 18–24, 2020

Camp Celiac

Camp Arroyo - Livermore, CA

At 138 acre Camp Arroyo, Camp Celiac's campers, counselors, and junior counselors will eat delicious gluten-free food and enjoy traditional camp activities such as a ropes course, rock climbing, and outdoor sports. Three meals a day without having to ask if any of the foods are gluten-free is life changing for many campers and staff! The priority registration period is February 1st-14th, 2020.

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November 1, 2020

2020 TCS New York City Marathon

New York, NY

We are thrilled to be a charity partner in the 2020 TCS NYC Marathon! Team Gluten-Free runners from across the country will unite in New York to run the 26.2 miles with one common goal: to accelerate diagnosis, treatments, and a cure for the three million Americans affected by celiac disease.

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November 14, 2020

2020 Turkey Trot 5K Fun Run/Walk

Gather your teams, lace up your shoes, and join us for the Turkey Trot 5K Fun Run/Walks! This is your chance to meet others in the gluten-free community while raising awareness for celiac disease. Don’t miss gluten-free prizes, coupons, snacks, and swag.

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January 17–20, 2020

Celiac Cruise

Bahamas

The Celiac Disease Foundation is proud to attend the inaugural Celiac Cruise aboard Royal Caribbean’s Mariner of the Seas. The cruise will have a dedicated gluten-free kitchen and dining room with delicious products from CDF Proud Sponsors and other trusted brands, ensuring a safe environment for celiac passengers. This sailing provides the opportunity to educate others about the seriousness of celiac disease and critical need for increased research, education, and advocacy. Please visit their website to sign up for future cruise dates in October 2020 and March 2021.

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January 15, 2020

Stick with the Science Lecture Series

Columbia University, New York, NY

The lecture "Non-celiac gluten sensitivity: what is the evidence?", hosted by Celiac Disease Center at Columbia University, will be held at the Faculty House at Columbia University on January 15, 2020. The lecture will be presented by the Celiac Disease Foundation's Young Investigator Award recipient, Benjamin Lebwohl, MD.

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November 3, 2019

2019 TCS New York City Marathon

New York, NY

We are thrilled to be a charity partner in the 2019 TCS NYC Marathon! Team Gluten-Free runners from across the country will unite in New York to run the 26.2 miles with one common goal: to accelerate diagnosis, treatments, and a cure for the three million Americans affected by celiac disease.

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