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NFCA Social Media


The National Foundation for Celiac Awareness has an active presence in social media. By connecting with NFCA, you will get important updates on celiac disease, gluten sensitivity and the gluten-free diet and meet others who are living and loving gluten-free.

NFCA on Facebook

There's nothing we like more than getting comments on our Facebook page. Posts include gluten-free recipes, research news, nutrition articles, event notifications, giveaway announcements, and questions we want you to answer.

NFCA on Twitter

You'll often find us tweeting gluten-free bloggers' recipes, news articles about the gluten-free industry, striking stats about celiac disease and gluten sensitivity, and answers to your questions.

NFCA on Pinterest

Get NFCA updates in a snapshot.  Here you'll find gluten-free recipes, pins from our favorite gluten-free bloggers and so much more. 

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NFCA on Inspire.com

You'll find interesting discussion forums in the Celiac Central community on Inspire.com.  Here, you'll connect with NFCA and other people living gluten-free.  It's a welcoming place where you can feel free to ask questions and share your experiences with people who understand your gluten-free lifestyle.

NFCA on YouTube

Our YouTube page features videos starring NFCA staff members, volunteers, and our gluten-free cooking series, Alternative Appetites.

NFCA on LinkedIn

LinkedIn is where we keep an eye on the latest in nutrition, research and the gluten-free industry. If you work for a gluten-free business, offer nutrition advice to gluten-free individuals, or run a gluten-free support group, invite us to connect.

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Donations have moved beyond the mailbox. There are a number of ways you can donate to NFCA or fundraise for our organization online.

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