Celiac & Gluten-Free Support

We’re partnering with these organizations to elevate the level of education and awareness on celiac disease and gluten-intolerance through local and national initiatives that drive toward a hope for a better, brighter future.

Rudi’s Gluten-Free E-newsletter

Celiac Disease Foundation logo Since its inception in 1990, Celiac Disease Foundation has been
at the forefront of celiac disease education, awareness, advocacy, and support services. Celiac Disease Foundation is a non-profit, public benefit corporation dedicated to providing services and support regarding celiac disease and dermatitis herpetiformis, through programs of awareness, education, advocacy and research.  
logo_celiac_spruce_association The Celiac Sprue Association is a worldwide, nonprofit membership organization dedicated to helping individuals with celiac disease and gluten-induced sensitivity through support, education and research. CSA has membership worldwide and sponsors chapters and resource units across the United States, serving as the largest non-profit information and referral organization representing the celiac community in the USA.  
logo_gig The Gluten Intolerance Group of North America (GIG) is the nation’s first non-profit association with the mission to improve the health and lives of those living gluten-free. GIG’s Mission is to support persons with gluten intolerances, celiac disease, dermatitis herpetiformis, and other gluten sensitivities, through consumer and industry services and programs that positively promote healthy lives.  
logo_nfca Through empowerment, education, advocacy and advancing research, the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA) drives diagnoses of celiac disease and other gluten-related disorders and improves the quality of life for those on a lifelong gluten-free diet. NFCA’s goal is to reduce the time to diagnosis and, in the process, reduce the impact of undiagnosed celiac disease, including the contraction of others diseases such as cancer, diabetes, osteoporosis, and an “autoimmune cascade.”