Everyone can get involved in helping people with celiac disease to live better, longer. Here's what you can do right now to support Beyond Celiac and the 3 million Americans living with celiac disease.
Being informed is a great and easy way to be involved with the celiac disease community. Here are easy ways to stay up-to-date.
Beyond Celiac Monthly eNewsletter
Subscribe to receive our monthly eNewsletter here, packed with research updates, lifestyle tips, recipes and more. Check out the current issue here.
Sign Up for the Beyond Celiac Research Opt-In
Your voice is vital to driving celiac disease research. Without you, we can't make progress in research. Stay up-to-date on celiac disease research and opportunities to get involved through the Beyond Celiac Research Opt-In.
Inform Others: Distribute Brochures
Raise awareness in your neighborhood by leaving "Do I Have Celiac" brochures at doctors' offices, at your child's school and anywhere you think people could benefit from learning more about celiac disease. Grab some broch/act-now/distribute-brochures/ures here.
You can donate to Beyond Celiac without spending an extra dime! When you buy eligible items, .5% of your purchase will be donated to Beyond Celiac at no extra cost to you. Here's how:
- Visit www.smile.amazon.com.
- Search for "Beyond Celiac" in the search bar on the bottom right hand side of your screen.
- Select Beyond Celiac.
- Start shopping!
Bravelets are bracelets that support various causes and encourage people affected to “be brave.” There’s a different style for to suit everyone’s taste. When you make a Bravelets purchase, $10 is donated to Beyond Celiac. Check out all the Bravelet designs here.
Tell Foodservice Establishments about Gluten-Free Needs
GREAT Kitchens & GREAT Schools, Colleges and Camps
The GREAT Kitchens program from Beyond Celiac teaches foodservice professionals the ins and outs of safe gluten-free food preparation. This online course is effective and affordable. Get all the det/greatkitchens/ails on how to get a conversation started with your local restaurants.