CCFA Campus Connection:
We have a brand new website just for college students! Check it out to find great resources geared towards college students with IBD. Find ways to get involved in your local chapter as well as at the national level, and get connected to other college patients in your area. Visit the new website today!
CCFA Greeting Cards:
Planning on sending out Holiday cards this year? or looking for unique birthday cards? Visit our website to view all of our fun holiday and birthday cards and make a contribution to CCFA at the same time!
Power of Two Program:
|The Power of Two program provides one-to-one short-term support to patients and their families coping with 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 e-mail 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; if your spouse is an IBD patient and you are willing to be a Power of Two volunteer, we would love to have you!
Request Support On line.
Please contact Dan Schneiderjohn at firstname.lastname@example.org or 314-863-4747 if you are interested in participating.
Donate your Car:
Thinking of selling or even junking your old car, RV, or boat? Why no donate it to the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation of America, Mid-America Chapter? Current registration is not required and free towing is available. Classics to Clunkers, running or not. We do everything for you, and you’ll receive a tax deduction for your donation. Help us meet our financial needs so we can help those affected by Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis.
CCFA Partners - Patients Helping Patients
|CCFA Partners is an ambitious program from the Crohn's & Colitis Foundation of America (CCFA) designed to improve the quality of life for patients living with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) through research and education. We plan to enroll at least 10,000 or more patients in an online registry to obtain a better understanding of issues facing IBD patients, how they are functioning, what they eat, and how they receive treatment in different areas of the country. We use this network to provide topics for patients to discuss with their physicians and to help improve their quality of life.
To register please click here.