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!

July 18–24, 2020

Cancelled: Camp Celiac

Camp Arroyo - Livermore, CA

The Taylor Family Foundation advised that in light of the Covid-19 pandemic, all Camp Arroyo summer camps, including Camp Celiac 2020, have been cancelled. The dates have not been set for 2021 but they are optimistic and hopeful that Camp Celiac will return in 2021 stronger than ever.

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November 1, 2020

2020 Virtual TCS New York City Marathon

New York, NY

We are honored to be a charity partner in the 2020 TCS NYC Marathon! Although the in-person event is cancelled, we proudly support our passionate Team Gluten-Free members who are committed to raising funds and awareness during these unique times and can still participate in the virtual event.

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November 14–15, 2020

2020 Virtual Turkey Trot

To guarantee the safety and comfort of our community during the COVID-19 pandemic, we have made the decision to take our 2020 CDF Turkey Trot virtual. Whether you’re 5 or 85, a seasoned marathoner or just starting your fitness journey, anyone can participate in a virtual walk/run from anywhere! Registration and additional details coming August 15: for now, mark your calendar for November 14 & 15, as together we will go the distance for a cure for celiac disease.

Cancelled: CDF Gluten-Free EXPO1
June 13–14, 2020

Cancelled: CDF Gluten-Free EXPO

Pasadena, California

The Celiac Disease Foundation Gluten-Free EXPO has been cancelled for June 2020. We are greatly appreciative of your support of our Gluten-Free EXPO. This crisis, as terrible and as disruptive as it is, will eventually pass. When it does, even while it is unfolding, celiac disease patients are and will still be in need of treatments and a cure. We must, therefore, persist in our work: funding research, advocating on Capitol Hill and NIH for increased research investments, and improving diagnostics. There are 3 million Americans who are counting on us to persevere and to be successful, even under these circumstances. And we will. That is our mission. It has not changed. We ask that you consider your admission fee a donation to the Celiac Disease Foundation so we can continue to work for you. If you are a registered exhibitor, please contact Laura Boone,

Celiac disease now and the future1
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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National Celiac Disease Patient Advocacy Summit1
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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