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Host a Fundraiser for Celiac Awareness

Community events are tons of fun and are a great way to reach out to a larger audience than private events allow. By creating an event that is appealing to the general public, you will have an opportunity to teach others outside the celiac community about the disease and achieve maximum attendance.

Here are three options for how you can get involved with an event in your home town!

Teaming Up with the Home Team

Both local and national sports teams are a great arena for an awareness night. Many teams already have an employee on staff who handles community outreach or public relations and can ensure your event is a home run!

Have a celiac awareness event planned? Let us know about it Here.

NFCA partners with Philadelphia sports teams for Celiac Awareness Days throughout the year. You can get a great discount, and proceeds from ticket sales go to support raising celiac awareness. Visit the Upcoming Events Page for dates and times.

Charity Candles

Looking for a "scent-sational" way to support NFCA?  Consider purchasing NFCA's "Hot Apple Pie" candle from Scent-Sations.  $3 of each sale is donated to NFCA in support of our free patient programs and services.  Selling candles is a fun way to get the kids involved, too!

Learn more about Scent-Sations Here.

Considerate Consumption

Do you have a favorite restaurant with a gluten-free menu or a local bar that always keeps Redbridge in stock? Consider approaching them to help you host an event! Not only is this a fun way to raise money for celiac disease, it also helps the restaurant or bar get the word out that they are celiac-friendly.

If your favorite restaurant or bar does not have a gluten-free menu, NFCA's GREAT Program may be able to help. Learn more about GREAT  Food Service here.

Have a celiac awareness event planned? Let us know about it Here.

Meaningful Music

Benefit concerts are fun way to engage a crowd. Recruit talented friends, local talent or your favorite headliners to create the lineup. Take a little time during the concert to speak to the attendees about celiac disease and thank them for supporting such a worthwhile event.

Have a celiac awareness event planned? Let us know about it Here.

 
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