Volunteer: We are always looking for dedicated volunteers to help out at our events or within our office. Volunteers may register by contacting Christina Humble at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will contact you to discuss volunteer opportunities that meet your interests and availability. Alternatively, you can call Christina at 705-264-0587 ext. 3
Become a Member: As a member of CCFA, you will help us further the cause while receiving special membership benefits. Membership benefits include subscription to the chapter newsletter and national magazine, discounts on CCFA books, and invitations to participate in chapter events and programs. Individual memberships are only $30. Join or renew today
Donate: Send us a gift and help support Crohn’s and ulcerative colitis research. This gift can also be made in honor or in memory of a loved one. Donate Online. Gifts can be mailed to our office address or paid with a credit card over the phone by calling 1-800-618-5583.
The Power of Two program provides one-to-one support and compassion to patients and their families suffering from Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis. Individuals participating in the program are matched to volunteers who have had similar challenges and experiences for phone or email conversations.
This program is open to adults with IBD as well as parents of children with IBD. We are working to expand this program to serve spouses of people with IBD and teens. Would you like to assist others or do you need someone to talk with? Join our Power of Two Program. For details, call (704) 264-0587 ext. 1 or email email@example.com.
We are look for College Leaders!
National Council of College Leaders applications are nwo available for College Freshman and Sophomores. We are looking for exceptional and highly-motivated college student leaders to serve on CCFA's National Council of College Leaders (NCCL). The NCCL increases awareness of Crohn's diease and ulcerative colitis through youth-focused advocay and fundraising. While serving on the NCCL, members will develop valuable leadership skills and prepare for even larger roles as advocates.
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