Get Involved


Want to get involved? Want to meet others affected by Crohn's or colitis? Volunteer for the Nebraska/Iowa Chapter! Without the help of volunteers we would not be able to do what we do!

We look for volunteers to assist with day-of events, speaking opportunities at community fairs, general office work and much more. Email Emily at EFundermann@ccfa.org to learn more.



Workplace Giving
Choosing CCFA as the recipient of your workplace giving campaign is one very important way you can help to find a cure for Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis. CCFA is a member of Community Health Charities. Employees in corporations, federal agencies, and state/municipal governments nationwide give to CCFA through Community Health Charities. CHC has more than 50 years of experience in workplace giving. Touch the lives of people you know and help someone you don't know.

CCFA Holiday Cards:
Purchase your CCFA Holiday Cards today at www.ccfa.org/cards. You can choose from a selection of custom and pre-printed cards as well as personalized note cards. Proceeds benefit our research and support programs.



A co-ed residential summer camp for kids with Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis. Our 2015 session will be held at One Heartland Center in Willow River, Minnesota.

Applications will be available in mid January 2015 for campers grades 2 through 11, Leaders in Training for grades 11 and 12 and volunteers 18 years of age and older.

To learn more about this exciting program, contact the chapter office at 402-505-9901 or nebraska@ccfa.org

 

Thank you to everyone who helped make the 2014 season so successful!  Check back for the 2015 walk dates in Omaha, Lincoln, Iowa City and Des Moines!

Click here to learn more or call Emily at 402-505-9901.


Join Team Challenge and CCFA as we fight IBD at the 38th Annual Lincoln Marathon & Half Marathon on May 3, 2015!

We are excited to announce this NEW opportunity to raise funds and awareness in Nebraska.  Team Challenge is here!  Join our team.  Run or walk.  Help cure digestive disease.

Visit http://bit.ly/lincolnmarathon to join our team in Nebraska and contact Aaron (acastens@ccfa.org) with any questions!