Crohn's and Colitis Awareness 2022
Last updated: December 2022
In honor of Crohn's and Colitis Awareness Week (December 1 through 7, 2022), we're raising awareness all month long! While raising awareness for Crohn's and colitis is vitally important no matter what month it is, this month, we have ways to rally together to raise our voices to say, "This is not just a bathroom disease!" We know it is SO much more, and together, we can address the stigma around a condition that affects so many people.
Here are a few ways to get involved and connect with other warriors going through similar experiences:
Weigh in on conversations and ask your own questions
Receive answers or advice from our team and the community. No judgments here! Have a question or want to weigh in?
Help spread awareness by sharing your own story
What do you wish people knew about your journey with IBD? What has impacted you the most while living with this invisible illness?
Enter to win our Epicured Gift Card Giveaway! (THIS GIVEAWAY IS CLOSED)
The prize: $100 Epicured gift card
The inflammatory bowel disease community knows all too well that finding foods that don't trigger symptoms can be a major challenge. We have partnered with Epicured, a low-FODMAP, gluten-free meal delivery service delivering freshly prepared, never-frozen meals to your door across the United States! Their team of Michelin-starred chefs and registered dietitians work together to create incredibly delicious and clinically recommended meals approved for people living with Crohn's and ulcerative colitis, IBS, celiac, and non-celiac gluten sensitivity. Enter to win and try out their delicious menu today!
Our giveaway runs from December 1, 2022, through December 15, 2022.
Check out these articles and videos related to awareness
Article: Crohn's & Colitis Awareness Week: Warriors Strong
Article: Why IBD Awareness Matters
Article: Educating Others on Crohn's and Colitis
Video: The "Invisible" Me
Video: What We Wish Others Knew About Crohn's and UC
Thank you for being part of our community and for helping us to raise awareness for Crohn's and colitis.
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