Fundraiser banner

Fundraise for Digestive Health

"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has."

– Margaret Mead

If you or someone you know has a chronic digestive disorder, you are not alone. Millions of people of all ages know the profound effect a disorder like gastroparesis, IBS, reflux disease and other functional gastrointestinal and motility disorders can have on daily life – on social interactions, on work or school, on the loss of potential or opportunity.

General understanding of these complex medical conditions has markedly improved over the past 25 years. Yet, much remains to be done to ensure that those affected receive a prompt diagnosis and appropriate care. More clinical education and awareness about these disorders are needed, and science and research investments need to continue or increase so that more and better treatments are developed.

You can help.

You Can Make a Difference

You can start a fundraiser online. It's easy to provide your friends and family with a way to support something that is important to you. Or, you can make a donation to one of the fundraisers listed below.

You can create your own fundraising webpage through Razoo or another fundraising platform. Then send the link to your contacts; let them know you're raising money to help people suffering with a chronic digestive condition. Keep it simple, briefly tell your story and ask for support.

Then let us know so we can help you spread the word.    

IFFGD is a nonprofit health education and research organization founded in 1991. By raising awareness, providing education, and supporting and encouraging research, IFFGD works to help every person with a chronic digestive disorder reach their health goals so they may live life to its fullest.

 

Donate or Start a Fundraiser

 

Funding Research

research award ss

IFFGD funds research that helps to shape science and scientific advancement, and improve quality of life for people affected by chronic digestive disorders.

IFFGD Research Awards

Professional Education

Research funding needs