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

Navigating Celiac at College

By Anna Cass and Jessica Cohen Jessica Cohen and Anna Cass have teamed up to help you navigate celiac disease at college. Learn about Jessica and Anna. In the months to come we will be sharing our experiences with you. My name is Jessica, and I live in Worcester, MA. I was diagnosed with celiac disease at the end of … Read More

GluTeen Free: New Year New Blogger – How I Stay Gluten-Free While Playing Sports

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