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The Celiac Section

Summer Camp – with Allergies (USA)

U.S. – Food Allergy, Celiac Camps

Gluten Intolerance Group Summer Camps
The volunteers and staff of the Gluten Intolerance Group (GIG) professionally support children with gluten intolerance or celiac disease. GIG dietitians work with volunteers to prepare meals in a separate kitchen to assure kids get nutritious gluten-free meals and snacks. GIG kitchen staff can accommodate most other food sensitivities with the gluten-free diet. Contact GIG for details at 253- 833-6655 or www.gluten.net.

  • GIG Kids’ Camp East at Kamp Kanata, NC
    During the week of June 27-July 3, 2010, Camp Kanata, in Wake Forest, NC, will provide a gluten-free menu to kids with celiac disease who are on a gluten-free diet. The “gluten-free” campers will participate in the full program with the rest of the campers, but will be provided with delicious food that is all gluten-free. Applications are available on the Kanata website.Phone:

    919-556-2661
    Email:
    CampKanata@ymcatriangle.org
    Website:
    www.campkanata.org

  • GIG Kids Camp West at Camp Sealth, WA
    Campers with gluten intolerance or celiac disease are professionally supported during sessions 4, 5 and 4/5* by the volunteers and staff of the Gluten Intolerance Group (GIG). Dietitians handle food prep to assure nutritious gluten-free meals and snacks. Campers may enroll in any program during these sessions.
    *This is a split session (sessions 4/5). Children may attend all 11 days or the split session 4, July 19- July 24, or mini session 5, July 26 – July 29.
    Phone:

    206-826-8947 or 800-451-CAMP, ext 8947
    Email:
    sealthinfo@campfire-usa.org
    Website:  www.campfire-usa.org/camp/

Note: FAAN’s pdf of “Camp Guidelines” is a great resource for tips on managing food allergies at camp.

 

 

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