Help Fund the Cure
Read the 2018 Research Report
We are thrilled to share with you many of the significant advances in celiac disease research
that have been made at The University of Chicago Celiac Disease Center.
The Report offers great detail about the specific projects going on in the lab and the progress that has been made toward a cure.
Please consider your annual year-end donation to support our ongoing education, programs, and research into 2019.
We depend on private donors like you
The University of Chicago Celiac Disease Center is dedicated to finding a cure for celiac disease. As we focus on research toward a cure, we also strive to raise awareness and diagnosis rates through education and advocacy.
Our work is entirely funded by private donations. Until we are able to raise enough funds for an endowment, growing and sustaining our research and much-needed programs and services require us to raise new funds each year.
Donating is quick and easy
We are pleased to be able to accept your donations online. Simply click on the button below. After you donate, you will receive confirmation via email.
If you prefer to send a check, kindly make it payable to The University of Chicago Celiac Disease Center, and mail it to us at:
The University of Chicago Gift Administration
ATTN: Celiac Disease Center
5235 S. Harper Court, Suite 451
Chicago, IL 60615
Thank you for your generous and continued support. For information regarding corporate matching programs or institutional donations, please call our office at 773-702-7593.
What your donation supports
The University of Chicago Celiac Disease Center, a 501(c)(3) organization within The University of Chicago, is completely funded from private donations. When you contribute to The Celiac Disease Center, you help support vital research projects, including our efforts to find a cure as well as important programs and services, including the Celiac Disease Answer Bank
, the Annual Celiac Education Day
and the Preceptorship Program
We are working to establish a $5 million endowment for The Celiac Disease Center.
Read our 2018 Year-End Research Report (PDF)