Participating Organizations

Get Your Glow Back is a joint Celiac Awareness campaign between the following organizations

May is Celiac/Coeliac Awareness Month in Canada, Europe and the United States, and May 16 is internationally recognized as Celiac Awareness Day. Building off of the Canadian Celiac Association’s Celiac Awareness Month activities of 2019—where buildings in five major cities across Canada “glowed” with green lights for awareness—celiac-related organizations across the globe have come together to support the 2020 Get Your Glow Back combined campaign.

If you’re a celiac disease organization that would like to be included, please contact Claire a

Who we are:

Association of European Coeliac Societies – Founded in 1988, the Association of European Coeliac Societies (AOECS) is an independent, non-profit organisation. It is the umbrella organisation of European national coeliac societies with currently 36 enrolled member societies across Europe. AOECS represents people who are affected by coeliac disease or dermatitis herpetiformis, and seeks to collaborate with international coeliac organisations worldwide. Also we are a strong coeliac voice among different stakeholders and have good communication with gluten free producers.

Beyond Celiac – The leading patient advocacy and research-driven celiac disease organization working to drive diagnosis, advance research and accelerate the discovery of new treatments and a cure. We envision a world where those with celiac can eat without fear—a world Beyond Celiac.

Canadian Celiac Association –  Serves people with celiac disease, non-celiac gluten sensitivity and dermatitis herpetiformis through affiliated chapters across Canada. The CCA is here to help its members regain power over every aspect of their lives.

Celiac Disease Foundation – The Celiac Disease Foundation is the nation’s leading patient organization for celiac disease. Since its founding in 1990, the Celiac Disease Foundation continues to champion many battles: federal recognition of celiac disease and labeling standards for gluten-free foods, improved diagnostic tools, widespread patient and provider education, and the need for better treatments and a cure.

Coeliac Australia – The leading Australian registered charity offering membership, support and credible information services for Australians with coeliac disease and related conditions requiring a gluten free diet.

Coeliac UK – Independent charity with expertise in coeliac disease and the gluten free diet. We fund critical research into coeliac disease, provide trustworthy advice and support to our members, and fight for better availability of gluten free food. 

Gluten Intolerance Group – For over 45 years, the Gluten Intolerance Group has been a leading resource for the gluten-free community. We empower the gluten-free community through consumer support, advocacy, and education.

National Celiac Association –  non-profit organization dedicated to educating and advocating for individuals with celiac disease and non-celiac gluten sensitivities, their families, and communities throughout the country.

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