Host a Gluten-Free Food Drive

The gluten-free diet is expensive which makes accessing gluten-free food products difficult for many families. On top of that many local food pantries do not have sufficient access to gluten-free products. You can join in our efforts to support our larger gluten-free community by hosting a gluten-free food drive. You can do this as a family, as part of a … Read More

GluTeen Free: A Letter to my Younger Self

I’m Abby B, a rising junior who has had Celiac for two and a half years. I play multiple sports and go to a small private Christian school, now located at my house because of Covid-19. I got diagnosed with celiac disease when I was in 8th grade and have had it for almost two years now. Since I go … Read More

GluTeen Free: Covid-19 Celiac Routine

I’m Abby B, a 10th grader who has had Celiac for two years. I play multiple sports and go to a small private Christian school, now located at my house because of Covid-19. I was diagnosed with Celiac disease when I was in 8th grade, almost two years ago. Since I go to such a small school I am the … Read More

GluTeen Free: How I go to School Dances without Feeling Awkward

By Abby Baird I’m Abby B, a 10th grader who has had celiac disease for two years. I play multiple sports and go to a small private Christian school. I got diagnosed with celiac disease when I was in 8th grade and have had it for almost two years now. Since I go to such a small school I am … Read More

COVID-19: Want to help fellow celiac families in need?

By Marie Ericson, Board Chair, Celiac Kids Connection Originally Posted 3/17/2020 and updated 4/7/2020 During this difficult time there are ways you can help other families. Here are a few of the ways you can help: Donate gluten-free (GF) food items to the Gluten-Free Food Bank: There will be a need for GF food items at local food pantries. Contact … Read More