An Initiative for GF Food Assistance

Upon receiving an increase in requests for GF food assistance and uncovering an extreme lack of gluten-free (GF) food in many food pantries across the US, NCA launched this initiative. The goal of Feeding Gluten-Free is to connect GF food companies to food pantries across the US. Click here to see some of the GF food we have helped distribute to area food pantries so far.
This is a massive undertaking, and we can’t succeed without your help. Together, let's move the needle to provide much needed GF food for our struggling celiac community. Please consider a generous donation so together we can deliver GF food to those who need it the most.
Thanks so much in advance!
Lee Graham, Executive Director

NCA is proud to work with Dr. Schar, who is a champion supporter of the Feeding Gluten-Free program.

Donate to NCA so we can help people in need in our gluten-free community!

Questions & Answers:

Q. Is my gift tax deductible?

A. The National Celiac Association is a 501(c)3 tax exempt organization. Your deduction is tax deductible within the guidelines of the U.S. law. Please retain your receipt, which will be sent via email once your donation is complete.

Q. Can I text to donate?

A. Yes! Text NCA to 44-321

Q. Can I mail in a gift?

A. Yes! Checks can be made out to the National Celiac Association or NCA and mailed to:

20 Pickering Street
Needham, MA 02492

Q. Can I make a gift in honor or memory of somebody?

A. Yes, those options will appear in the online donation form once you click the Payment Info button. Alternatively, you may specify your preference when mailing in your donation. An acknowledgement will be sent as you indicate.

Q. Where can I find GF food?

A. Search our database of food pantries that are providing GF food to people in need.

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Our Supporters

We are so grateful for our corporate supporters, listed below. Our thanks go to the Celiac Centers at BIDMC & MGH, Tricia Thompson from the Gluten Free Watchdog, and Abby Kelly from Wicked Gluten Free for their generous efforts.

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