Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) August 16, 2012
Celiac Disease Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing services and support regarding celiac disease and the gluten-free lifestyle, today announced Celiac and Gluten Sensitivity Awareness Night with the Los Angeles Dodgers when they play the Miami Marlins at Dodger Stadium. Game time is 6:10pm. This game will be the second in a three game series so it is sure to be full of excitement!
"Celiac Disease Foundation gratefully acknowledges the support of the Los Angeles Dodgers," states Marilyn G. Geller, Chief Operating Officer. "This is an outstanding opportunity to reach thousands of fans to raise awareness of celiac disease and gluten sensitivity." Celiac disease affects 1 in 133 and 97% of those don’t know they have it and go undiagnosed.
Purchase Infield Reserve tickets at $23.00. Pick up tickets: Dodger Stadium 5PM at the entrance of the Infield Reserve section. A portion of the ticket sales will benefit Celiac Disease Foundation’s Team Gluten-Free. The first 50 people who purchase tickets to this game will receive a CDF Tote Bag and CDF Team Gluten-Free™ t-shirt.
CDF Team Gluten-Free™ is a fundraising program that provides a simple way for athletes and non-athletes alike to raise funds for summer camp scholarships for children on the gluten-free diet as well as for celiac disease and gluten sensitivity research, support and awareness programs.
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Since its inception in 1990, Celiac Disease Foundation has been at the forefront of celiac disease education, awareness, advocacy, and support services. Today, guided by its distinguished Medical Advisory Board, and supported by Chapters and Connections throughout the United States, CDF is meeting the growing public health challenge of increased diagnosis of celiac disease and non-celiac gluten sensitivity. With a range of vital programs and services for the public, patients, healthcare professionals and the food industries, CDF remains dedicated to improving the quality of life for those diagnosed, yet to be diagnosed, and their families.
This event sponsored by Gluten Free Calendar http://www.glutenfreecalendar.com