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Dollar for Dollar Challenge Accepted: Funding a Cure for Celiac Disease

Together, we can create world without celiac disease for our children.

A cure for celiac disease is no longer a pipe dream, but a very real possibility.



A cure for celiac disease is on the horizon. Your support today can push us one step closer. Throughout 2015, the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA) made significant strides in increasing celiac disease diagnoses and helping people with the genetic autoimmune disease live better, longer.

In recognition of our work as our fiscal year comes to a close, a donor has come forward and established a challenge grant for up to $10,000 to match the gifts made by our friends and community members. The terms of this challenge are:

  • Any gift made between now and October 16, 2015 will be matched dollar for dollar
  • Any new donor (someone who has never made a gift to NFCA before) will be matched $2 for every $1 donated

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Your support will help drive NFCA's work to increase the understanding of celiac disease as a serious genetic autoimmune condition, accelerate innovation and forge the pathways to a cure. Become a part of the movement and help us lay the foundation for a cure built on a strategic approach and the generosity of our community. Your support today will impact the generations to come. There is hope for a world without celiac disease.

To our GREAT health,

Alice Bast, NFCA President & CEO
Alice Bast
National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA)
President & CEO

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