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Does anyone know a website where I can get some Celiac merchandise where the money, or part, will go towards research of Celiac? I am looking for maybe a tote bag & a couple of cute tshirts for my daughter. I have heard alot about a Silly Yak website but wanted to see what everyone else knows first. Thanks!

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Here on some sites that I have posted on my site USASillyYaks. I'm not sure which ones donate to research and such (off the top of my head) you might just check out the sites and the info should be on them if they donate. Hope it helps you out a little.

-Jessica :rolleyes:

Celiac Disease Awareness Bracelets

Celiac Disease Awareness Bracelet $35.00

http://AngelicGrooves.com

gluten-free T-Shirts

t-shirts, lunch bags

http://gftshirts.com/index.php

Jeeto

Adorable kids tshirts, onsies for babies and patches!! TOO CUTE!

http://www.jeeto.com/shop/shop_togocol_allergy.html

R.O.C.K. Raising Our Celiac Kids Apparel

t-shirts, caps, mugs, lunch boxes, sweatshirts, bibs, etc.

http://www.cafeshops.com/CeliacKids

Silly Yak Shirt Company

spread the word about Celiac Disease in a fun and fashionable way. A portion of our proceeds goes to The Celiac Disease Research Center at Columbia University Division of Digestive & Liver

http://www.silly-yak.com/

Center for Celiac Research

Awesome Green Bracelets (lance armstrong "live strong style")

http://www.celiaccenter.org/bracelet.asp

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Thanks! I just ordered my son a bunch of fun shirts for school. :D

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Thanks for your help. I have found a lot of great stuff that I'll be ordering.

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http://www.cafepress.com/sansgluten/713077

This where I got my son's silly yak shirt. I see now that they have sweatshirts in kid sizes!! He loves the silly yak. Also, on back of the t-shirt I got him, it gives a definition of celiac disease that's very good for promoting awareness.

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Does anyone know a website where I can get some Celiac merchandise where the money, or part, will go towards research of Celiac?  I am looking for maybe a tote bag & a couple of cute tshirts for my daughter.  I have heard alot about a Silly Yak website but wanted to see what everyone else knows first.  Thanks!

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Visit Sans Gluten, www.sansgluten.com

All sales are completely non-profit and are divided between Special Diets Resource Guide and Celiac Disease charities.

Sunni

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OOOH! I was just on Angelic Grooves celiac awareness site and they are having buy 1 get one 1/2 off sale! I put a big order in for Christmas presents. I guess they do it once a year. I already have all the peices and they are great for celiac awareness as well as getting people to talk about celiac disease. Not to mention BEAUTIFUL! :)

Sada

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Has anyone that ordered the silicon bracelets ordered less than ten? It says they'd like everyone to order at least ten. I'd love a bracelet, but I don't want ten.

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Can I buy a magnetic green ribbon for my car? I emailed the usaribbonsandmore people to see if they can make one. But I might have to order a bunch?!? Can't I just buy one?

Here on some sites that I have posted on my site USASillyYaks. I'm not sure which ones donate to research and such (off the top of my head) you might just

check out the sites and the info should be on them if they donate. Hope it helps you out a little.

-Jessica :rolleyes:

Celiac Disease Awareness Bracelets

Celiac Disease Awareness Bracelet $35.00

http://AngelicGrooves.com

gluten-free T-Shirts

t-shirts, lunch bags

http://gftshirts.com/index.php

Jeeto

Adorable kids tshirts, onsies for babies and patches!! TOO CUTE!

http://www.jeeto.com/shop/shop_togocol_allergy.html

R.O.C.K. Raising Our Celiac Kids Apparel

t-shirts, caps, mugs, lunch boxes, sweatshirts, bibs, etc.

http://www.cafeshops.com/CeliacKids

Silly Yak Shirt Company

spread the word about Celiac Disease in a fun and fashionable way. A portion of our proceeds goes to The Celiac Disease Research Center at Columbia University Division of Digestive & Liver

http://www.silly-yak.com/

Center for Celiac Research

Awesome Green Bracelets (lance armstrong "live strong style")

http://www.celiaccenter.org/bracelet.asp

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I just checked out the sansgluten site & it has a little bit of everything. Thanks for the link!

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