Where Your Money Goes
When every penny counts...
A little bit goes a long way. The Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation is proud, that despite the economic difficulties of the last few years, we have not cut our investments to our mission-critical research, support, and education programs. This has only been made possible through the generous support of our donors across the country.
We ask you to join the Foundation today to help us support the 1.4 million Americans living with these devastating diseases every day. When you join Team Challenge, you will become a part of the accomplishments that the Foundation has achieved over the last year, including:
- Investing over $200 million in research
- Serving over 715,000 patients and families with our nationwide education and support programs
- Educating over 72,000 medical professionals to help foster better care for all IBD patients
- Providing a safe space at Camp Oasis for over 1,220 pediatric IBD patients to “just be kids” rather than “sick kids.”
And so much more…
Our supporters are truly at the heart of our work. Your participation in Team Challenge makes a tremendous difference in our ability to continue to offer these high-quality/high-impact programs. Join Team Challenge today and contribute to the end of IBD.
$30...provides a membership to the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation, including access to information, materials, and unique programs
$50...provides education brochures to 375 patients
$100...funds a month of Information Resource Center translation services for all patients
$300...supports a Camp Oasis camper in need, for one day
$500...covers 6 months of unlimited online chat support with Patient Information Specialists
$1,250...sends a child with IBD to Camp Oasis for one week
$5,000...funds a Student Research Fellowship grant for an up-and-coming IBD researcher
$10,000...funds a Support Group facilitator training program and manual
$15,000...funds a portion of our advocacy efforts through IBD Day on the Hill
$20,000...fund 35 fellows to attend the Advances in IBD research and professional education conference