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Create a Fundraiser for Beyond Celiac on Facebook and Get a Chance at a FREE Breadmaker

Help support the Beyond Celiac mission! All you have to do is create a Facebook fundraiser. 

Our sole mission is to make sure that you can live well, despite having celiac disease. Beyond Celiac is committed to helping people get diagnosed with celiac disease, get the support they need after being diagnosed and advancing research so that we can one day have a cure -- something that we believe it can happen in our lifetime. 

As 2016 comes to a close, we're looking to you to help us keep the work that we do for you going. Getting involved is fast and easy! 

Facebook recently introduced a way for community members to fundraise for their favorite non-profit. All you have to do is share your story with your Facebook friends and ask them to join you in supporting Beyond Celiac. The person who raises the most money for Beyond Celiac will win their very own breadmaker from Panasonic. 

Here's how to do it: 

  1. Log into Facebook on desktop or mobile. Head to
  2. The first option that appears with have a button that says "Create Fundraiser." Click the button. 
  3. Fill in the form that pops up. Give a brief description of why you're asking for support for Beyond Celiac. Then, set a goal for how much you'd like to raise for Beyond Celiac. You can fundraise for us all year long, but the contest for the breadmaker will end on Wednesday, January 4. 
  4. Share your fundraiser with your Facebook friends. That's it!

Thank you in advance for your support of Beyond Celiac. If you'd like to make a donation directly to our organization, please visit


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