Attend educational webinars and meetings, lend your voice to state and federal advocacy initiatives, and fundraise for celiac disease research. Whatever your interest, we have an event for you!


April 16, 2024

CDMRP Informational Webinar for Celiac Disease Researchers

Free Event About Department of Defense Funding

Join the Celiac Disease Foundation for an informational webinar on the Department of Defense’s Congressionally Directed Medical Research Programs-Peer Reviewed Medical Research Program (CDMRP-PRMRP). This webinar is for celiac disease researchers to learn directly from leadership at the Department of Defense, equipping researchers with the information needed to access highly coveted federal research funding being made available for the second year in a row.

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April 24, 2024

To Eat or Not to Eat: Oats and the Gluten-Free Diet

Free Webinar in CDF Series: Innovations in Culinary Medicine

Indulge your taste buds and expand your understanding of one of the most controversial topics in celiac disease with our culinary medicine webinar, "Oats and the Gluten-Free Diet." Join us for an informative session featuring a dynamic trio of experts – a knowledgeable doctor, an experienced dietitian, and an expert medical chef. Delve into the world of gluten-free nutrition and discover the versatile role that oats can play in your diet. Most importantly, learn about the latest research on oats and how to safely include this grain in your gluten-free diet. This session is accredited for 1.0 CEUs for physicians and dietitians.

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April 25, 2024

IBD and Celiac Disease College Transition

Free Webinar from Stanford Medicine Children’s Health

Join Celiac Disease Foundation partner Stanford Medicine Children’s Health Center for IBD and Celiac Disease for an upcoming community educational webinar, “IBD and Celiac Disease College Transition.” The free Zoom event will feature speakers Anava Wren, PhD, Garret Forshee, LCSW, and Farah Mardini, RD.

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May 1, 2024

Celiac Disease Foundation School Support Session

Free Online Group Meeting for Families

Having a structured 504 Plan in place is crucial for all students with celiac disease, especially those attending public schools or those that receive federal funding. The Celiac Disease Foundation School Support Sessions in partnership with Boston Children’s Hospital will be held monthly and open to all parents of a child with celiac disease in the United States. Each session will be led by an on expert on setting up 504 plans specific to celiac disease and will cover federal laws and regulations that govern this autoimmune disease, the appropriate type of plan to set up, reasonable accommodations, and how to get individual support for your family. This meeting is appropriate for families with a child of any age including early childhood through college.

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May 5, 2024

Celiac Strong & Thrive Together: IBD Community Event

In-Person Event from Stanford Medicine Children's Health

Join Celiac Disease Foundation partner Stanford Medicine Children’s Health Center for IBD and Celiac Disease for an in-person, family friendly event for the patient community. Join the center in Palo Alto, California, for the 2nd Annual Celiac Strong event (9:30am-1pm) and First Annual Thrive Together - IBD Community Event (1-4:30pm). Registration is free and participants may choose to register for one or both events by selecting tickets.

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May 5, 2024

Celiac Teen Talk

Register for Free Virtual Sessions

Are you a teen with celiac disease living the gluten-free life? Join our vibrant community and be part of the Celiac Teen Talk club, where your voice matters, and your favorite gluten-free products take center stage! Forge connections with like-minded teens who understand the ins and outs of navigating the gluten-free world. Share your experiences, tips, and hacks! Each month engage in fun and interactive virtual meetups where we dive into the latest and greatest in the gluten-free world. From taste tests to sharing recipes, every month is a new adventure!

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July 15–20, 2024

Celiac Camp for Children

Register February 1-14 for California Camp July 15-20

Camp Celiac serves children ages 9-15 years old by the date of camp who have been diagnosed by an MD with celiac disease or gluten intolerance. Register by February 14 for priority status for the in-person camp session Monday, July 15, to Saturday, July 20. Campers age 16 at the time of Camp entering 10th grade or lower may choose to register as a junior counselor or camper. Campers ages 16-17 who are entering 11th grade or higher must register as a junior counselor. There is no cost to attend other than the $25 non-refundable registration fee (waivers available by writing [email protected]).

Register February 1-14
Family Food Connections: Cooking and Nutrition Classes1
April 10, 2024

Family Food Connections: Cooking and Nutrition Classes

Boston Children’s Hospital Zoom Event

The Family Food Connections at Boston Children’s Hospital is proud to offer monthly cooking classes for families. The cooking classes are free to participate in and will feature recipes using ingredients that are budget friendly. The classes are being held via Zoom and are livestreamed to the CKC Facebook page. If you can’t attend the class live, please still register if you would like to receive a link to watch the recording.

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Society for the Study of Celiac Disease College Summit1
April 4, 2024

Society for the Study of Celiac Disease College Summit

Live Webinar Attendees Will Be Eligible for a $1,500 College Scholarship

Join the Society for the Study of Celiac Disease, along with the Celiac Disease Foundation, Schar USA, and Boston Children's Hospital for the annual College Summit. This program is designed for high school seniors and current college students diagnosed with celiac disease to learn about managing celiac disease and the gluten-free diet in the college environment. All students who attend the program will be eligible to apply for a $1,500 college scholarship from Schar. The student (not a parent) must attend the live webinar to access the application. One scholarship will be offered at the end of the webinar.

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Celiac Disease Foundation School Support Session1
April 3, 2024

Celiac Disease Foundation School Support Session

Free Online Group Meeting for Families

Having a structured 504 Plan in place is crucial for all students with celiac disease, especially those attending public schools or those that receive federal funding. The Celiac Disease Foundation School Support Sessions in partnership with Boston Children's Hospital will be held monthly and open to all parents of a child with celiac disease in the United States. Each session will be led by an on expert on setting up 504 plans specific to celiac disease and will cover federal laws and regulations that govern this autoimmune disease, the appropriate type of plan to set up, reasonable accommodations, and how to get individual support for your family. This meeting is appropriate for families with a child of any age including early childhood through college.

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