That’s because your support helps us to:
- provide essential services to people with Crohn’s, Colitis and other forms of Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD)
- inform and influence decision about the needs of people with the conditions
- develop your local services
- raise vital funds to continue our work across the UK
- improve existing treatments and services and discover new ones by taking part in research
You can also make a donation, or become a Crohn’s and Colitis UK member (along with 30,000 others) and support our drive to help people across the UK with the conditions to live their lives to the fullest.
We can only do this with your help. Browse the links and find out how you can join our fight against Inflammatory Bowel Disease. We work across England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales to improve the lives of people with IBD, but we're only able to get there with your help and support.
Crohn’s, Colitis & Me poster maker
Help us tell the world what it's like to live with Crohn's Disease and Ulcerative Colitis by creating your own Crohn's, Colitis ...
View our fundraising events below or find out how to organise your own event.
Make a donation
Every donation makes a difference to the thousands of people who benefit from our information, support, research and campaigning.
Become a member
By uniting the strength and passion of all our members we want to achieve a better quality of life for everyone affected by Inflammatory Bowel...
Volunteering & local groups
If you have some spare time and are willing to develop existing and new skills you can volunteer with Crohn’s and Colitis UK...
Events near you
Come along to one of our events - including open days, running events, local meetings and more. Join a local or national activity by...
We campaign across the UK to increase awareness of Crohn's Disease and Ulcerative Colitis among decision makers, and to improve services for everyone affected...
How your company can help
Why Choose Us? Inflammatory Bowel Disease affects 300,000 people in the UK. So the chances are that Crohn's Disease and Ulcerative Colitis may have ...