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Donate Toward Celiac Disease Awareness

 

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The National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA) wants to make restoring health and reclaiming lives that much easier for you and your family. We’re partnering with foodservice and healthcare professionals to bring you better food, better care and a whole lot of ways to take gluten off the table.

But to do that, we need your support. No contribution is too big or too small, but the more we can raise, the wider we’ll reach - and the sooner we’ll stop celiac disease from stopping you.

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Donate Online

Donating online is safe, quick and easy! Using our donation platform powered by FirstGiving, you can make a secure donation to the NFCA.

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Donate through NFCA's Facebook Cause

Donate safely and securely through NFCA's Cause page. Join the Cause and make a difference by raising funds (and awareness!) for NFCA.
 

US Mail

Mail Donations

Please send checks made out to NFCA to:
PO BOX 544. Ambler. PA.19002

Print this form and send it with your donation (PDF)
 

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United Way

United Way Donation

The National Foundation for Celiac Awareness is a United Way Agency. Please support NFCA us by specifying Donor Option Number 15403.

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